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

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

08:30am - 11:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

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even though BSK is known for their fish & chips and beef wellington, they do their steak rlly well too!! we got the dry-aged sirloin 300g ($64) medium rare and it was soo good🥩 not melt in ur mouth but still vvv tender and soft. the sides were rlly complementary too - grilled mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and watercress


baked spinach & ricotta cannelloni ($30) was essentially a lasagna in cylindrical form, STUFFED. w spinach and ricotta and the tomato sauce leaned towards the sour side.


fish & chips ($38) came in a super huge portion!!!!!! batter was crisp and fish was tender but lacked flavour. love the fries and mushy peas more actually


Beef wellington was superb and tender. Although we did wait ~45 mins, I did feel like it was worth the wait. Bookings do have to be made 1-2 weeks in advance as they can get quite packed. Wellington easily feeds 2-3 people as the serving size is huge. Comes with 2 sides which as truffle mashed potatoes and maple carrots. Overall, I would come back again!

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Huge portion of fish & chips which makes the price point pretty worth it at Bread Street Kitchen. Fish was fresh and slightly tender but the batter was a bit too soft. Generally very average in terms of flavour and quality but at BSK you’re very much also paying for service and ambience.


At the staff’s advice we went for the larger portion, but there really wasn’t a need if you’re just looking for an appetiser from this crispy duck salad. Crispy Duck emulated the sweet taste and texture of the sides of char siew, with the texture being slightly tougher because it was fried. The salad comprising of watercress, radish, ginger with orange and soy dressing was refreshing, but I personally could not appreciate how the crispy duck complemented it. This entire dish felt like elements too disconnected from one another particularly in flavours, with the overwhelming sweetness from the duck at odds with the tangy salad.