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Oyster Bar & Grill Wharf (Robertson Quay)

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Oyster Bar & Grill Wharf features a wide array of mouth-watering Japanese and Western dishes, grills, tapas and seafood, accompanied with the restaurant's signature fresh oysters and enjoy the 100 kinds of Wines and Mojitos which is good for oyster that will surelly satisfy your dinning experience.

Daily: 17:00 - 02:00

$67 based on 12 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (4 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes)
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Great Oysters and Wine!

The next time you are looking for a place to chill out at Robertson Quay, you can check out this restaurant.

Located at The Quayside building, just around the corner from Red House Seafood. (They also have a restaurant at Sentosa Quayside.)

The restaurant has both alfresco and air-conditioned sitting areas. It has an extensive cocktail list that includes a wide variety of Mojitos, as well as red and white wines from Europe and Australia. Besides oysters, the restaurant also offer seafood (prawns, scallops and salmon) in addition to beef and the restaurant's signature Iberico pork from Spain!

Here are the dishes that stand out:
- Platter of Fresh Oysters: On the day we went, oysters from Australia, Canada & USA were available. We ordered a dozen and the platter came with a bottle of truffle oil and a bottle of whiskey (I am told the whiskey is Martell VSOP). My dinner group was downing oysters so quickly, that we had to order a second serving of oysters. You can put a few drops of truffle oil/ whisky onto the oyster before downing it. This is unlike most restaurants where you squeeze lemon and add vinegrette/ tabasco sauce. The oysters were very fresh!
- Hot plate dishes: We ordered several hot plates of Oysters, Scallops and button mushrooms. They were each cooked in garlic and olive oil. The button mushrooms were nice.
- Risotto Croquettes: Risotto rolled into balls and deep-fried. Very good & a must-order!
- Mushroom meat balls: This is like the yong tau foo, where mushrooms topped with minced meat were grilled and served in a hot plate. Not bad.
- Grilled sausages: Two types of sausages - Cheese and pork sausages grilled and cut for easy sharing. Nice!
- Truffle Fries: Yummy!
- Aussie Beef Sirloin Steak: Best ordered medium and you will enjoy the beef. 
- Grilled Iberico pork from Spain: This was nicely grilled and sliced into easy to eat pieces. Must-order! 
- Grilled salmon: Salmon belly were nicely grilled and served. Nice. 
- Trio of Grilled Prawns: This were good.
- Garlic butter rice: This was very good. Must-order! 
Amongst my group, the guys had a great time with the beers and red and white wines, while the girls were able to pick from a wide range of special house mojitos to quench their thirst.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Assorted Oyster platters1 vote
  • Aussie Beef Sirloin Steak1 vote
  • Cooked oysters in garlic oil1 vote
  • Fried Oyster1 vote
  • Garlic butter rice1 vote
  • Grilled Iberico pork from Spain1 vote
  • Grilled Spain Iberian Pork1 vote
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Great Oysters and Wine!

The next time you are looking for a place to chill out at Robertson Quay, you can check out this restaurant.

Located at The Quayside building, just around the corner from Red House Seafood. (They also have a restaurant at Sentosa Quayside.)

The restaurant has both alfresco and air-conditioned sitting areas. It has an extensive cocktail list that includes a wide variety of Mojitos, as well as red and white wines from Europe and Australia. Besides oysters, the restaurant also offer seafood (prawns, scallops and salmon) in addition to beef and the restaurant's signature Iberico pork from Spain!

Here are the dishes that stand out:
- Platter of Fresh Oysters: On the day we went, oysters from Australia, Canada & USA were available. We ordered a dozen and the platter came with a bottle of truffle oil and a bottle of whiskey (I am told the whiskey is Martell VSOP). My dinner group was downing oysters so quickly, that we had to order a second serving of oysters. You can put a few drops of truffle oil/ whisky onto the oyster before downing it. This is unlike most restaurants where you squeeze lemon and add vinegrette/ tabasco sauce. The oysters were very fresh!
- Hot plate dishes: We ordered several hot plates of Oysters, Scallops and button mushrooms. They were each cooked in garlic and olive oil. The button mushrooms were nice.
- Risotto Croquettes: Risotto rolled into balls and deep-fried. Very good & a must-order!
- Mushroom meat balls: This is like the yong tau foo, where mushrooms topped with minced meat were grilled and served in a hot plate. Not bad.
- Grilled sausages: Two types of sausages - Cheese and pork sausages grilled and cut for easy sharing. Nice!
- Truffle Fries: Yummy!
- Aussie Beef Sirloin Steak: Best ordered medium and you will enjoy the beef. 
- Grilled Iberico pork from Spain: This was nicely grilled and sliced into easy to eat pieces. Must-order! 
- Grilled salmon: Salmon belly were nicely grilled and served. Nice. 
- Trio of Grilled Prawns: This were good.
- Garlic butter rice: This was very good. Must-order! 
Amongst my group, the guys had a great time with the beers and red and white wines, while the girls were able to pick from a wide range of special house mojitos to quench their thirst.
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after work chill out

Located at Robertson Quay, this popular eatery with the Japanese serves an assortment of western styled tapas such as meatballs, fries and cold cuts to go with a large array of oysters from all parts of the world, making this an ideal place to catch up with friends for a post work drink and light bites. Think of it as a western styled izakaya with friendly service.
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Best kept secret for oysters

Slurp! Oyster Bar & Grill Wharf might be our best kept secret for crustaceans on the half shell (but we're sharing this with you now). A platter comes with truffle oil and whiskey ($36 for half dozen, $69 for a dozen). Do try the cooked oysters in hot plate with garlic oil - you'll want to soak the pungent oil up with the bread. There are over 100 mojitos and 100 wines to try from their menu - I picked the yuzu mojito ($12.80), which was sweet and refreshing. 
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