Bread Street Kitchen Singapore – That One Month Reservation Wait

Bread Street Kitchen, it’s like the IT place to be at and be seen once it opened its doors in Singapore. Pictures of the food flooded instagram and reviews were out one after another though there were quite a number of negative reviews. But despite all these, I decided I shall try the place out myself before I give a verdict even it costs me a one-month wait. See, the power of the name Gordon Ramsay

I like how the table for 2 is arranged in such way you are both facing the view outside, as compared to facing each other

Complimentary Bread Basket

I enjoyed the crispy bread stick, the salty focaccia bread and the delicious fragrant sesame biscuit though the bun was a little too hard for my liking

Tio Abuelo $22 (left) Lady Regent $23 (right)

This place serves really good cocktails. Both are refreshing, light and fruity with a strong mix of gin which you can taste in the delicious cocktails. The friend enjoyed hers as much as I enjoyed mine

Seared Scallops w Carrot Puree, Treacle Bacon, Apple & Celery Cress $24

Probably the most aesthetically presented dish, the scallops has a nice brown to it. But it was unfortunate it was served cold and the friend said it was a little undercooked. Though I enjoyed the carrot puree and the treacle bacon, which has a sweet touch to it

Tagliolini w Lobster, Chili, Spring Onions, Parsley & White Wine $28

The tagliolini was really good. The freshly-made pasta was smooth, had good texture and a nice chew to it. Lobsters were fresh and sweet though it can be a little spicier to give more heat to it

Traditional Fish & Chips w Crushed Peas & Tartar Sauce $26

Best fish & chips I’ve eaten

Was slicing into half so that the friend and I can share and we see hot piping air oozing out of the fish. I was like wah, this one confirm hot

The traditional fish & chips sure live up to its name. The crust was deep fried to golden brown with oil still glistening when served. And you can taste chunks of fresh fillet served hot and sweet beneath the crispy texture. Fries were delicious too, just crisp, lightly salted and simply addictive. Some may find the crushed peas a little weird, but I like the pairing of the fresh vegetables to a seemingly unhealthy meal

Banana Sticky Toffee Pudding, Muscovado Caramel, Clotted Cream $18

I insisted on 2 desserts, just cos they are known for having awesome desserts. The banana pudding was more like a banana cake, coated with really sweet toffee sauce. The fragrance of the banana was evident once you take a bite and pair it with the cream gave a different finish to the dish

Chocolate Fondant w Salted Caramel & Mint Chocolate Chip Icecream $20

We could smell the chocolate cake when it arrived and honestly, cannot wait to eat

The best part of a lava cake is watching the chocolate flow and this is by far, one fondant cake that does a very good job. The cake was light, baked to perfection with the chocolate sauce so delicious and sinful. The friend enjoyed the side of icecream which had a good balance of mint and chocolate and I thought it was a nice touch to the lava cake instead of your usual vanilla icecream

I don’t know about others but the time when I was at BSK, I thought the food was pretty decent. Maybe I ordered the right dish or perhaps the chef was in a good mood, it was a rather pleasant dinner experience. And I thought the price tag to a Gordon Ramsay restaurant was pretty reasonable. I had dinner at places that serve even more expensive mains with no famed chef behind it. So with an impeccable service, I would go back just for that fish & chips, desserts and oh, that awesome cocktails

Bread Street Kitchen

Marina Bay Sands Bay Level L1-81

10 Bayfront Avenue, S(018956)

2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes, Singapore S018972

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