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Introduction
At Bridge, diners would enjoy the best flavours of Modern European cuisines. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sat
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Sun
Closed
Other Info
Chill-out
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.dineatbridge.com.sg/
Review (3)
For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2016/02/20/bridge-brunch/Located along Seah Street, this is one brunch spot that that’s absolutely stellar! I recommend going for the set brunch ($35++) which includes a main, dessert and beverage. Do note that a top up of $5 is required for Fully Loaded and Cow’s Nightmare, and $15 for the lobster croissant. There’s no skimping on serving portions for the set brunch, making this an excellent, value for money option.An insta-worthy dish, The Lobster ($36) impressed both in terms of presentation and flavors. Hubbed between a buttery croissant are generous chucks of succulent lobster, lush scrambled eggs and bacon. Its sidekick, mesclun tossed with truffle honey vinaigrette was superb as well.Another item that captured our hearts was the 62 °C Egg ($19). Sautéed wild mushroom lie on a bed of velvety truffle mash, and is accompanied with a sensuous sous vide egg gently placed in the centre. In addition, prosciutto and seasonal truffle slices lend punches of contrasting flavours, whilst edible flowers add a dash of attractive colours to the otherwise earthy colour palette.We wrapped up the meal with French Toasts. I’ve always liked French Toasts. Comfort food! With truffle, even better! Bridge’s Truffle Honey French Toast ($18) charmed with its sweetness balanced with a savory edge. The salted milk ice cream had the uncanning ability to bring out the truffle notes from the truffle honey. This is a unique French toast creation that should not be missed!We also had Espresso ($4.50) and Matcha Latte ($6.50), which we found too subtle.Service wise, the staff were friendly, prompt in responding to our requests and refilling our water glasses. Overall, we had a fantastic brunch experience at Bridge and would highly recommend it. Lobster Croissant portions are limited, hence do write a note in the remarks section so that the staff can set one aside for you when booking via HungryGoWhere. continue reading
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Founded in August 2014 by ex-banker turned restauranteur Lawrence Ngan, Bridge Restaurant & Bar along Seah Street offers well crafted, Modern European fine dining at value for money prices. Head Chef of Bridge Restaurant & Bar, Sky Chan Wai Khang, draws on his years of experience in various fine dining restaurants, such as Joel Robuchon and JAAN, to create dishes that delight and dazzle the senses.Ambience at Bridge Restaurant & Bar is inviting and relaxing. Styled like a modern bistro, with low ambient lighting, a wide floor space, modern furniture with clean, curved lines, in colours of wood, yellow, white, and black. A long, open bar sits at one side, over which guests can converse with the bartender. The atmosphere lends itself well to long, lingering meals and laughter with friends. There is a small al-fresco outdoor dining area as well, though this is exposed to the elements, and rather uncomfortable being next to the road.Service at Bridge Restaurant & Bar is professional and efficient, living up to the standards of a bistro, but falls short of restaurant quality. Staff greet diners, and seat them quickly, though I notice they don't engage people who stop to look at their menu outside. They're also quick to clear empty / dirty plates or tables, setting it for upcoming courses, or the next sitting of diners. However, I do wish they had changed the sharing plates as well, at least mid-way through the meal. Beyond this, there is very little engagement with staff, and I feel the service is functional, but not memorable.Food at Bridge Restaurant & Bar is Modern European, artfully and beautifully plated dishes prepared with French cooking techniques, featuring largely Western influenced flavours. Head Chef Sky Chan Wai Khang believes in a "less is more" approach, each dish is thoughtfully crafted around 1 main ingredient, with accompaniments that highlight it. Fresh, quality ingredients are sourced, resulting in food that's delicious, bursting with flavour and colour. Portions are rather large for individuals, and can be shared. Despite the use of premium ingredients and restaurant fine dining concept, prices are affordable, comparable to bistro pricing. Budget about SGD $60 per person for a 4 course meal during dinner, which is incredible value for money! The menu here is regularly changed every 3 - 4 months, making repeat visits worthwhile!The Octopus (SGD $16) dish features thinly sliced, marinated octopus, chewy kombu seaweed, crunchy frisee / endive salad and radish, with a sharp shallot chutney and colourful tobiko / flying fish row. The plate is finished with a silky Yuzu sorbet from Okinawa Prefecture, Japan! Taste is lovely, a blend of freshness, cleaness, sweet, zesty, sour, briny, and earthy. Akin to a really good carpaccio.Loved the Blackfin Paimpol (SGD $22), with a large, tender fillet of pan-seared blackfin seabass fish, served on a bed of soft, tender coco de paimol (24 hours soaked black-eyed peas / beans stew), finished with a warm, white wine foam. Closely resembles the classic French dish of 'Sea Bass Fish With Coco De Paimpol Beans In Butter Sauce', which hails from the city of Paimpol, in the Brittany region of France. The fresh seabass fish has a crisp, slightly salty skin, which gives way to a tender, flaky, sweet white flesh underneath. The black-eyed peas / beans are soft and tender, not mushy, with a savoury sweet, buttery taste. Really good!Full Bridge Restaurant & Bar review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/12/bridge-restaurant-bar-tasting-session.html continue reading
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Located opposite Raffles Hotel, amongst a row of trendy restaurants and bars, is a lovely chillout spot named Bridge Cafe / Restaurant & Bar, serving modern European dishes and drinks - cafe by day and restaurant by night.I had the Teajito (SGD$18.00), tea-infused rum, mint leaves, lime wedges and simple syrup. Being a Mojito-lover, I liked this drink enough for the flavour; it was a little lighter on the rum, but tea's delicate tones lingered beautifully, making for a unique and exotic drink.I had the Lobster Croissant (SGD$36.00) - lobster, scrambled eggs, baby spinach, bacon, Mesclun and truffle honey vinaigrette. There were huge pieces of bouncy, luscious lobster that were rather well-flavoured, topped with crispy bacon and lightly-sweetened scrambled eggs that filled the palate deliciously. Every morsel was a blend of rich flavours that unfortunately fought with each other to clamor for the most impressionable bite.  So the verdict is, delicious, but perhaps the bacon could be replaced with something else that complements the lobster instead of clashing with it in flavour. Also, loved the delicious dollop of mayonnaise on the side.Dessert was Creme Brulee (SGD$9.00), a gorgeous tub of ingredients served on a wooden board. Sitting on top of the delicate caramel-sugar coat is a scoop of vanilla (bean?) ice-cream, and wedges of fruits including grapefruits! Cracking apart the caramel coating reveals milky pudding that was light as a dream. It was a very satisfying dessert, a very different creme brulee with its addition of ice-cream and fruits, adding a touch of citrusy balance to its ambrosial taste.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/07/brunch-at-bridge-cafe-restaurant-bar.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)