Senso Italian Ristorante Restaurant @ Club Street

Beef Tenderloin Medium Rare Senso

Senso, established in 2000, is a fine dining restaurant at club street known for its authentic Italian cuisine, sophisticated atmosphere and ever changing menu. Kelvin brought me here because the entertainment app allows us a one-for-one main course so that we can still keep the meal at this atas restaurant within our budget.

Senso Table Setting Photo

The setting is perfect for a romantic dinner - colonial architecture, warm candle light on spacious round white table with a window view to the courtyard.

Complementary bread assorted menu

All atas restaurants comes with a complementary basket of warm assorted bread, presumably handmade. To eat with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The presentation and the variety of the bread was impressive. They tasted warm and soft, like normal bread but better.

Australian Beef Tenderloin Senso

I ordered the Australian Beef Tenderloin, $44 - Australian grain-fed Beef Tenderloin with Shallots and Barolo Red Wine sauce, young Vegetables and Senso puree. It comes with mash potato, some baby cabbage, baby carrots, asparagus and baby onion. I love the beef, its cooked just right to the medium rare that cuts out easily with all the juice intact. The baby vegetables tasted really good also, it seems that the baby version of veggies are sweeter and crunchier. The mash potato is also creamy and melts in your mouth. It's like a normal mash potato but 10 times nicer and doesn't need the gravy. - 10/10

Veal Rack Senso Menu

Kelvin ordered the Bobby Veal Rack $42 - ‘alla Milanese’ with Senso mashed Potatoes, ripe Tomatoes, Rucola Salad and Gorgonzola Cream sauce. Always thought veal is deer meat but turns out its cattle meat, aka baby cow. Didn't know cow meat can be deep fried. The veal rack didn't really taste my beef to me but it did go well with the cooked cherry tomatoes, eruca sativa (rocket veggie), lemon and blue cheese sauce provided. - 9/10

Veal Rack Price

I like how the beef is still fried till medium rare, leaving it juicy and chewy on the inside. 

Fine Dining Italian Senso

The serving size is quite generous for such a fine dining restaurant. 

Senso menu

The waiters were aware that we are sharing the dishes, they kindly placed everything in the middle and provided us with spare plates.

senso club street

The meal was quite filling with the mash potato and the bread basket. But we made room for desserts.

Creme Brulee

We ordered the Creme Brulee $16 - Traditional bourbon vanilla and coffee with fresh strawberries and homemade strawberry sherbet. I liked the vanilla creme brulee and the sherbet, but honestly this isn't much nicer than normal creme brulee. I expected atas creme brulee. Maybe we should have gone for the tiramisu since it's more Italian  - 5/10


Kelvin was feeling adventurous and ordered Semifreddo $14 - Italian Pistachio and Macadamia Semifreddo with Rhubarb Compose and Chocolate Crumble. Bascially we had no idea what it was and still don't. The textual is interesting, like a in-between of cream, cake and ice cream. It tasted interesting too but it didn't wow our taste buds. - 5/10

Senso Entrance

Our total bill added up to $87 nett with the one-for-one main course discount from the Entertainment App. I'll probably return to enjoy the rest of the one-for-one coupons for the pasta and risotti, but not for the desserts.

Senso Ristorante & Bar
21 Club Street, Singapore 069410
Tel: 6224 3534
Weekday: 12 - 2.30pm, 6 - 10.30pm
Sat: 6 - 10.30pm

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