The Argentinian restaurant, Bochinche has recently moved from Martin Road to the oh-so-hip Amoy Street, sporting a swanky interior yet retaining its casual vibe with the street art-decorated walls. Keeping elements of traditional Argentinian bistro, the 1,277 sq. ft. restaurant that seats up to 45 has an open kitchen bar in the center of the main dining area, merging its own take of the modern with their new classic hot and cold starters and chargrilled Argentine main courses.
Their menu has also undergone an overhaul with a selection of their signature small plate favorites like chorizo croquettes, smoked peppers and red amaranth and home made duck ham in jamon de pato casero (preserved cherries and pecorino cream. They also offer new choices of stuffed empanadas with fillings like braised cuttlefish (with fennel and chorizo) and spinach filling of goat cheese, raisins and pine nuts. As for mains, they offer a range of ocean-fresh whole fish of the day served with corn, farro, basil and almonds beurre blanc as well as grilled octopus with pickled mussels, black tomatoes and burnt onions.
They now also offer set lunches to choose from ranging from $27 for two-course and $32 for a three-course meal.