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10 Bayfront Avenue
#01-81 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018956

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11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 02:00am

07:30am - 02:00am

07:30am - 01:00am

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I must say the beef was really really really good! Fabulously tender and the red wine juice elevated its taste. Very nice enjoyment of this filet with the crispy bread wrap 😋

Roasted Black Cod ($39) was another yummy dish with the fish so silky & smooth 😋

The spicy bread roll (not on the menu) was recommended by the staff. It was not really fabulous 🤔

Complimentary cookies at the end of the meal was good too 😋

Nice food but personally I do not like the noisy ambience & setting. More like a rowdy drinking place than a quiet dining venue 😅


I am a fan of Gordon Ramsay due to US MasterChef so of course I had to visit Bread Street Kitchen when it arrived on our shores. I had high hopes for the dishes and ordered crowd pleasers such as traditional British fish & chips served with crushed peas and tartare sauce, slow roasted Dingley Dell pork belly with apple purée and whole grain mustard jus and butternut squash risotto topped with crispy sage and parmesan. The dishes were tasty enough but none really took me by surprise. Could be due to the fact that I had such sky high expectations or just that British fare wasn’t my cup of tea.

How can I not eat this classic British pub fare at a restaurant opened by a British chef? BSK's version is a rather affordable $29, a no-frills affair served with tartar sauce and mushy peas. There are condiments available; a tiny jar of ketchup and vinegar.

The chips to me were the highlight of the dish. Thick-cut and chunky, they were hot, fresh and crispy. They went perfectly with any of the condiments; their ketchup is really really good. Its apparently imported from England and not your usual Heinz stuff; there is a rich fruity flavor that paired beautifully with the chips.

The fish took a backseat though. The batter was mostly air, and the fish underneath is cod but wasn't super flavorful. I thought the dish as a whole could be better seasoned. Also the mushy peas were very bland but I'm not sure if it was supposed to be that way.


This is a tortilla-esque crispy flatbread topped with fennel and pork sausage, spinach, creme fraiche, chili and shallot. ($28)

It tastes like a delicious fancy cousin of a thin-crust pizza. The creme fraiche is like a refreshing, cold version of a white sauce and goes really well with the spinach (makes it taste kind of like creamed spinach) and makes a great anchor for the flavor profile of the pizza.

Then the shallot and red chili kind of provide a burst of strong flavor in the background to contrast against the tangy, cool creme fraiche (although the chili was a bit too overwhelming for me) and the saltiness of the sausage. The sausage strangely didn't contribute much to the pizza except a mild umaminess and they look like blobs of meat.

The thin flatbread meant that it served merely as a vessel to deliver the flavors and textures to my palate. Which is right up my alley.


While they have already launched their Christmas set menu, we kept to the standard menu for some scallops, carpaccio and pizza for sharing.
To celebrate 1 of the food trend of 2019, I picked the Impossible Wellington over their standard signature dish. All scepticism aside, the Impossible patty did impress in terms of its realism to the real stuff. However, the pastry crust didn’t wow me. Wished it was more flaky and buttery in taste. Still an interesting dish to talk about though not beyond its novelty.

Went there for set lunch $39++ for 2 course meal.
I choose Ham hock croquette as stater (as seen in picture) and tomato courgette lasagne for main. I love the croquette..