6390 1699
Lighthouse Bistro aims to be innovative by continuing to introduce new culinary experiences to our customers. They serve western food with a range of alcoholic beverages to complement the meal. From starters like foie gras and salmon in milk, to mains like black angus and our signature fish & chips, the dishes will tantalise your taste buds at an incredible value. Or enjoy a slow afternoon and sip away at the lounge, lingering over a tray of gourmet coffee. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
11:30 - 22:00
Public Holiday
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations
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Signature Dishes
Lighthouse Fish & Chips Sirloin Steak with Baked Mussel Smoked Salmon Fillet
Review (2)
Level3 2016-02-10
http://www.nahmj.com/2015/12/02/lighthouse-bistro-jalan-besar-singapore/With a modern setting and design, the Lighthouse Bistro located at a corner of BH Building at the ground floor serves some of the most delish and value for money western dishes.Fishermen’s Board, a seafood platter for two with Atlantic Tiger Prawns, Thai Sauce Squid, Black Mussels sat on a garden salad and crumbled dory and orange mayo sauce. At such as quality and quantity and great tasting, it is certainly value for money.Black Onyx Angus was one of the main we ordered. We asked for Medium Rare but it proved to be too much for us. We returned for Medium. The Black Onyx Angus was a 200g striploin cut with potato salad by the side and no sauce. Even when eaten on its own with no sauce, it was an excellent piece of steak which we thought it could be easily be the best.Our second mains was a fish. We went for the East Atlantic Sea Perch which was also at 200g. The fillet pan fried on both side came with a crispy fish skin. I don’t usually eat it with the skin but this one I did and I recommend all to do the same. Enough of seasoning were drizzled on the fillet to bring the natural goodness of the perch. At the bottom of the fillet were french beans and garlic mash potatoes and a capsicum sauce. The dish was garnished with dill and some sauteed capsicum as well. The other item on this dish worth highlighting was the mash potato.We were recommended the PP Lighthouse Cake which was an in-house baked banana cake with a scoop of coconut ice cream drizzled with a salted caramel. With strawberries, blueberries, cookie crumble and sauce on the plate too. We were impressed with the scoop of coconut ice cream more than the cake. The cake was good too. The ice cream was better.Fishermen’s Board is a must order at Lighthouse Bistro and we thought highly of the Black Onyx Angus too. And of course the Coconut Ice Cream.We enjoyed our meal at Lighthouse Bistro, not only it served delish food and most importantly at a very affordable price.For more reviews, visit http://www.nahmj.com continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-16
Had my dinner at light house bistro. Ordered their Fish & Chips and Seafood Aglio Olio.The fish & Chips was served together with some greens vegetables ( with mint sauce) and Fries. The fish fillet was crispy and still yet juicy. It goes well with the wasabi mayo that comes along with it. The seafood aglio olio comes two huge mussels, some prawns and squid. It is quite tasty. Overall not bad, just that the waiting time for the food is quite long although it was not very crowded. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)