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

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11:30am - 02:00am

07:30am - 02:00am

07:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

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Probably the signature dish of BSK, the beef wellington at $80++ is pricey but worth a try. Good for 1-2 people, if 2 then i'd suggest buying additional food items to share.

The beef was cooked perfectly, juicy and tender, and I'm very impressed with the side dishes as well. Just look at the glazed carrots, and the mashed potato was so smooth. The pastry surrounding the beef wasn't so crusty, more of the soft thin kind. Personally, I feel it's a good combination. A bit pricey, but definitely worth the experience.

This refreshing mocktail ($11) is made of tarragon, raspberry, apple, lemon juice and tonic. It's really balanced and fruity. That sourness from the lemon balanced with the tanginess of the berries. It especially paired well with the blueberry pancakes I had for brunch. My dining partner ordered this mocktail for me and I was really pleased by it.

How can Sherms see pancakes ($20) on the menu and not order them?

They were still steaming hot when they arrived, and the ice cream kinda mixed with the refreshing blueberry compote and started flowing down the sides of the stack, creating this rich glaze that was heavenly to behold. It was finished off with a drizzle of golden syrup.

The pancakes themselves had a lovely texture, moist and fluffy and a slightly earthy, buckwheat flavor to them. I was certainly surprised, for I didn't expect them to do the pancakes as well as they did. And it's such a generous portion too.

It's not my first visit to BSK, but it's my first time trying its Beef Wellington ($80 for 3 generous pieces). It's my first time eating Beef Wellington, period. And I see why Gordon Ramsay made such a big fuss about it.

It's really delicious, tender medium-rare filet with mushroom duxelle enveloped in a flaky puff pastry that seals all that flavor inside. Just wish there was a bit more mushroom? Could barely taste it. 🤔

However the beef is seared to perfection and super flavorful, especially with the red wine jus that is served alongside. Also there's the excellently done glazed carrots and mashed potato. It's pricey, and maybe there are better ones out there, but the bar certainly has been set high for future Beef Wellington. :)


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.