STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar @ Bay Hotel | Harbourfront, Singapore

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Bay Hotel is Singapore’s largest executive boutique hotel, housed STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar, known for its global flavours with a twist and situated on street level of the hotel. Whets your appetite as STREET 50 new Executive Chef – Kay Lee Hou Keong, who has been trained under renowned Michelin Star chef Max Milleri and worked at various famous restaurants.

For the nation’s 50th birthday, STREET 50 is launching a special Golden Jubilee all-day a la carte menu, whipping out a dizzying collection of more than 50 gastronomic delights and beverages. Remember to save space for the desserts! Love that their prices are fixed at such a reasonable rates too.

Credit: Street 50 Restaurant & Bar
Snow Crab Salad [$9.90] - fresh snow crab tossed in seaweed salad with pickles, wasabi, shoyu pearls and salmon caviar and lastly seasoned with herbs. A great start to the meal, it is so refreshing and appetising. No wonder it were the crowd pleaser on the table.

Fisherman’s Soup [$8.90] - a bowl of crustacean flavoured broth with garlic, bay leaf and white wine vinegar and served alongside two pieces of ciabatta bread to dip it in. I am pretty amazed with their bread, it looks hard but then its with the right crisp and soft crumbs.

Otah By The Bay [$8.90] - a unique way of serving a simple dish, otah, which is topped with manila clams, giant octopus, Hokkaido scallops and coral garoupa. Lots of bay (seafood) goodness but I prefer my plain old simple otah that cost much cheaper.

Bay’s Spring Chicken [$14.90] - even though the chicken is deep fried, the meat is so tender, even the chicken breast tasted as good! Served with tantalizing turmeric spices and greens, a refreshing coleslaw salad and my favourite sweet potato fries. 

Satay Un-Skewered [$19.90] - a juicy Australian lamb chop marinated with satay sauce, accompanied by rice cake (hidden below), and pineapple salad. The lamb blew my mind! It's so soft it can be tear apart with just a fork and it goes well with the satay sauce. My bad, this photo doesn't justify how good it taste.

Satay Bay-Hoon [$14.90] - throwing in a handful of seafood items and you have yourself a satay BAY-hoon! It includes rice vermicelli with cuttlefish, octopus, Californian manila clams, kang kong, chicken sate lilit, tau pok and eggs. Served with a delectable satay sauce.

Good news for those who are interested to try this for FREE! Read on to find out :)

Sambal Saba [$16.90] - gratinated saba fish topped with sea salt flakes, piquant sambal onion chutney, Asian salad (some referred it as the 4 heavenly kings beans), served with jasmine rice at the side. I would say the highlight is on the sambal,  those who fancy spicy food, this is for you. As they say, it wouldn't be a true blue Singaporean dish unless it’s spicy.

Land & Sea Shell Salad with Spicy Cincalok [$9.90] - a jar filled with Californian manila clams, top shells and escargots served with a tangy Asian achar salad and spicy cincalok dressing. Not the best salad for me as its too fishy in terms of taste.

Veal Cheek Rendang [$19.90] - carefully braised for 8 hours to achieve that tender texture that absolutely explodes with flavours and melts in the mouth. Together with beef tripe in rending sauce, served with ciabatta bread. 

Garoupa Popiah [$18.90] - interestingly wrapping a garoupa fillet in popiah pastry and served with sweet basil, Italian tomatoes, basil salsa, balsamico and extra virgin olive oil. The fillet seems to be slightly overcooked, nothing to shout about.

Bubur Cha Cha Crème Brulee [$9.90] - calling all bubur cha cha fans! STREET 50 has created a
east meets west on this timeless dessert. Crowned with braised yam, sweet potato, pumpkin and purple potato with rainbow chewy, drizzled with Okinawa black sugar and coconut pandan foam. Loving the fusion of this creation, one mouth of it and I'm sold!

Durian Pengat [$8.90] -  a classy display of  the iconic durian pengat, fragrant emerald pandan jelly and freeze dried pineapple. I didn't quite like the combination though. Wished the durian taste would be more prominent (I think the durian season plays a part) as random durian were used to create these, so I guess the taste differs for each cups too.

Here's your chance to enjoy the complimentary Satay Bay-Hoon when you:
1. Dine in with 3 other friends/guests
2. Ordered at least 3 main courses

Promotion is valid till 31st Aug 2015.

Street 50 @ Bay Hotel Singapore
50 Telok Blangah Road,
Singapore 098828

Opening Hours:
All-Day Dining: 12pm - 11pm (Supper menu: 11pm - 3am)

..Hosted Meal..

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