With sea view front, BAYVIEW @ East Coast Park introduces food spread from Kebab to Tandoori, Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines to its guests.
24th May 2014 is the most memorable event in our life. Our daughter wedding at Bayview has been a great success and has over whelming responses from our guests. They enjoyed the delicious food, the beautiful dais is an eye catching , the service staff have been wonderful, standing on their feet from morning to ensure each and every guest has a wonderful time enjoying their meal. Such a great and prompt service! My family and I would like to extend our heartfelt thank you to Mr Mann Yahya and all his staff who have been working very hard to ensure the event run smoothly. It has been a great experience! THANK YOU !
The hummus was lovely, great texture and flavor. The eggplant dip, was OK somewhat bland but eatable. The bread that came with the dips was very nice too.
However, the dried parlsey in the tabbouleh salad totally threw me. Who would ever put dried parsley into their tabbouleh? Do they even know what this dish is? Unfortunately it made the salad taste stale and bitter – and by the way, where’s the lemon juice, bulger wheat, mint and olive oil?
I get the impression there’s a lot of cutting corners here, If you feel like middle eastern food best head to Arab Street.
The walk-in rate for the seafood buffet is $30 for an adult. The seafood buffet spread is miserably pathetic. The sweet and sour fish fillets and small shrimps cooked in Indian style are the only seafood available. The food is not topped up. The quality of the buffet spread is anything that you can find at a coffeeshop. Perhaps you may even get better food at the coffeeshop. It is not worth $30 at all. Neo' s Gardens can offer more variety and better quality food for that money too!
Conclusion : Do not waste your time, effort and hard-earned money at this restaurant.
I visited Bayview @ ECP with family for an Indian meal, and was great to discover nice Indian food by the sea.
I did not try seafood, so can't comment on that.
The chicken tikka masala was fantastic, and the malai chicken tikka was done nicely. Indian Pakora's were pretty good too.
The paneer (cottage cheese) had a bit too much black pepper. A tad less spicy would be ideal. Veggies and Naan's were good to, but the Lachha prantha was great.
I liked the service - quite prompt (but I'm easily pleased with service anyway).
The ambience is very different as the restaurant is right 20meters from the sea with outdoor dining as well - loved it.
I spent about 120$ for a 5 adults, with no drinks, ala carte.
Recommended, at bit spicy, but a rich north indian taste. Worth a try.