Operating hours

Tapas bar (first level)

6:00pm - 11:00pm
(last order: 10:30pm)

Sake Bar (upper level)

4:30pm - 12:00mn
(last order: 11:30pm)

Happy hour

4:30pm - 7:30pm


(closed on Sundays)

Call 65320418 for reservations

#Repost @oo_oo_foodielicious.sg
Hiroshima Oyster with Caviar
Our oysters come in pairs
So plump and juicy I really swear
Slurp them down, neat and square
A shot of sake to go for all we care .
Love is the the air
When food aroma fills our breath
And sake bottles we must share
When tapas to try are queueing to the stair
And I wish in this company I am the heir
Don't read this and get a scare!
For good food is hard to bear
Big thank you to the generosity extended by @borutosingapore and @anguschow1982 for the great dinner and service.
😋 Boruto
💰$10 per piece 🍴80 South Bridge Road #01-01, Golden Castle Building, Singapore 058710
⏲Opening Hours:
- Tapas bar (first level): 4:30-10:30pm
- Bar (upper level): 4:30pm-12:00am
- ​Happy hour: 4:30-7:30pm
- Mon-Sat (closed on Sundays)
☎️Tel: +65 6532 0418
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Sea bream with crustacean broth & toasted lettuce

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July Promotion

Yay !! July promotion ...while stock last !!
Check us out !! Need reservation ? Feel free to call us at 65320418 for reservation.

Or you can visit our website / FB

Psst!! We are having Happy Hour now till 7.30pm....don't wait !!

Bōruto Gallery



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    Launch of Japanese tapas and sake bar Bōruto

    (Singapore 20 May 2015) – New Japanese tapas and sake bar Bōruto takes up residence in South Bridge Road, just a stone’s throw away from the CBD. Styled as a modern izakaya, the double-storey establishment is opened by Chef Patrick Tan, who also owns Tamashii Robataya, the premium Japanese robatayaki restaurant located nearby.

    Meaning “vault” in Japanese, the bar’s name is a nod to the premise’s past life as a bank. Upon stepping in, you are greeted by a feature wall on the left, where huge sake barrels imported from Japan are displayed from floor to ceiling, representing some of the brands carried at the bar. The décor whispers industrial chic; a stylish and inviting interior made cosy with dim lighting, dark wood tables, black leather chairs and steel stools sitting atop a raw, concrete floor accented with brass inlay strips. Read more