Top 10 in Bayfront

Top 10 places in Bayfront, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Bayfront

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bayfront, Singapore.
Express Prix Fixe Menu ($45++)

What an incredible 3 course set lunch offered by Spago! It's a mystery why they're not packed to the brim with this special. Perhaps most people don't know about it. I had the big eye tuna tartare cones, grilled angus beef burger & coconut-passion fruit trifle. Servings were generous and we all couldn't finish the fries that came with it. The tuna tartare was delicious and comes with a spicy wasabi kick, while the medium-rare beef patty was deliciously juicy. And you get to do all this at top of Marina Bay Sands. Here's a great way to give Spago a try!

Carne De Hamburguer Set Lunch (SGD $10.90++) @ Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria.

The outlets at The Grandstand & MBS offer a value-for-money weekday set lunch. Choice of 1 main, 1 salad, 1 side, and 1 drink.

The Beef Rump Hamburg Steak is thick, meaty, and juicy. I got it paired with juicy cherry tomatoes with cheese, and creamy mashed potatoes with gravy.
Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria
2 Bayfront Avenue
#01-80 The Shoppes @ Marina Bay Sands
11pm - 3pm Mon - Fri

Abacaxi Grelhado / Grilled Pineapple @ Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria.

Takes time to grill, but so worth waiting for.

The fruit sugars have caramelised slightly, giving this a bold tropical flavour and succulent texture.

Can't stop at just one.
Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria
30 Victoria Street
#01-30 CHIJMES
6pm - 11pm Daily

Alcatra / Beef Rump Steak @ Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria.

Thinly sliced straight off the passadors skewer.

The beef is wonderfully tender, with a tasty salt rub that lends bold flavour. Meat delight.

Part of the buffet dinner, at SGD $57.40 per pax. Features 14 different cuts.
Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria
30 Victoria Street
#01-30 CHIJMES
6pm - 11pm Daily

Pizza Hopping Part 2
One of my favourite places, Pizzeria Mozza.

Not traditional by any stretch but utterly delicious. Had a nice time at the bar counter watching the pizzaiolas at work.
As my friend likes to say, the cornicione (crust) at Mozza is a work of art, with an extremely puffed and hollow interior and crispy exterior. Good flavor too.
Left - Pizza Aglio Olio
White pizza with garlicky flavors that someone does not overwhelm. Nice robust flavors that are rich yet balanced, with the mozzarella and fontina cheeses accentuated by a hint of chili spice.
Right - Brussels Sprouts Pizza
White pizza that is intensely delicious with the porky and crispy guanciale bacon perfectly complemented by the thinly sliced brussel sprouts. Quite perfect.

[SG] In my idealistic mind, being situated on the bay equates to a restaurant having stellar seafood.

Even if that bay is Marina Bay. haha. Thankfully, the buffet spread at Rise at Marina Bay Sands doesn’t disappoint with its with an amazing seafood platter.
Usually the most popular station of every buffet, its not hard to see why. For $52 dollars for lunch and $72 for dinner, diners are treated to a ravishing and vibrant seafood feast. An organized mess, the jewels available during lunch are plump scallops served in half shell, sweet shrimp and delicious mussels. During dinner you get the addition of fresh crab legs and fat oysters as well. Throw in some classic condiments like American-style cocktail sauce, horseradish and whipped dijonnaise and you get a mighty fine start to your meal.
Rise also has a really good cold cut and western main sections. Their asian selection is no slouch but its a bit limited and nothing really out of the ordinary. Save your tummy for the seafood and the desserts specifically their bread and butter pudding :D
Like many buffets, Rise has a daily themed dinner from Tuesdays to Saturdays — Seafood, American feast, Barbecue, Mediterranean and Local fare to top it off. Personally I would pick Tuesdays and Thursday ;) #BurppleBestBuffets

Fresh Goat Cheese pizza 🍕 ($30++) with leeks, scallions, garlic and bacon.

The goat's cheese caught my eye, though I wouldn't usually eat leek and scallions. The leek and scallions have lost some of their taste to the generous amounts of olive oil (phew), but still provided good texture to the pizza and balancing out the heavier-tasting goat's cheese. The pizza crust itself was amazing - very thin where the ingredients were placed over, and toasty and SUPER crispy on the sides. I think I can actually finish the entire pizza on my own as the pizza was really thin and light, and not too big as well, about 9". I would totally come back to try all their other pizzas!

Berry Nice

It's very nice!
Cranberries, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and Blackberries....
What a beautiful medley of antioxidants on a buttery crust. $9.50++

Christmas Logcake infused with Red Christmas Tea, filled with Chocolate and Tiramisu Mousse, a rich cherry and blackcurrant centre and red fruit jelly.

This beautifully-plated dessert was small but mighty - sweet, strong flavours and contrasts; the chocolate was decadent - the entire creation was almost too pretty to eat.

For full review on TWG's festive tea set (ending today) 👉 click active link in bio. Have a wild Wednesday my dears 💋

Traditional Kaiserschmarren ($36++)

The "Traditional Kaiserschmarren", Spago's signature dessert meant for two to share, is essentially a GIGANTIC SOUFFLÉ. The biggest I've seen in my life, to be honest.
When it was first presented in all its poufed up perfection, we couldn't help but gasp at its splendour. A plate with a neat arrangement of house-made strawberry ice-cream, toasted almond flakes and a heap of warm strawberries, was also set in front of us. Catalin, our amazing waiter from Romania (and I use the word "amazing" most sincerely because his service was beyond stellar) proceeded to scoop huge chunks of the soufflé containing creme fraiche, rum and plump golden raisins onto our plates. Eating this dessert was like indulging in a piece of cloud that happened to be dressed in touches of earthly bounty.
As each Kaiserschmarren takes 16 minutes to rise in the oven, do note this dessert is only available at lunchtime as part of the restaurant's a la carte menu.

My Choice Of Main Course: Grilled Angus Beef Burger (Set Lunch: $45++)

Discovering awesome value Set Lunches never fails to excite me! And I found one at Spago yesterday that was outstanding. Not only does it offer 3 stellar courses at $45++, but also a stunning ambience to relax in coupled with extremely refined service.
Aside from a fixed dessert (the pretty multi-layered creation of Coconut-Passionfruit Trifle), the Set Lunch menu lists three and five options for starters and mains respectively.
Yours truly zeroed in on the Grilled Angus Beef Burger (pictured above) for my main.
I left it to the chef for the done-ness of my patty, and he cooked it to an optimal "medium". The buns, baked downstairs in Spago's own bakery, were pillows of ideal firmness to support the thick patty of ground Angus beef. An appetising smokiness wafted from each bite of the meat, and trickled, did the juices.
It wasn't just the burger I found impressive. Proving just as splendid was the humongous serving of gorgeous golden fries (2 to 3 people could have easily shared it!). They boasted a crispness that lasted a long time. I learned this when I got my uneaten portion to take home in a doggy-bag 😄.