Daily: 17:00 - 02:00
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 dining experience.
This restaurant is part of a group that also has outlets in CHIJMES and Robertson Quay.
What’s different about this restaurant from the other two in the group is that they serve Japanese Cuisine, in addition to their siganture fresh oysters.
Its located at Sentosa - Quayside Isle and has a good view of the marina where you can see yachts anchored.
There are indoor and outdoor seating and we opted to sit indoors, where its brighter. As its open concept with no windows, we could still enjoy the view of the marina.
- Sake: Tsukasa Botan Sake @ $22 for a pot. This easily filled about 8 glasses. We finished 1 pot in half hour and went for the second pot. Easy to drink and went well with the food. The restaurant also have a good variety of sake, including the Dassai sake.
- Lychee Mojito: They have 6 mojito options here and I ordered the lychee mojito to try. It has a good lychee flavor and a good taste. I almost forgot that it’s a cocktail and have alcohol - Rum in it.
- Tuna Steak: Grilled on the outside and then sliced to reveal a nice pink. Its served with salad vegetables with a ponzu sauce and garlic chips. The tuna was fresh and goes very well with the ponzu sauce. Recommended!
- Platter of dozen oysters: $69. 3 Oysters from 4 different sources were served- Canadian Fanny Bay. USA Pacific, French Fine De Claire and Australia’s Coffin Bay. The oysters were very fresh. My favorite was French Fine De Claire, followe by Australia’s Coffin Bay. Instead of the usual vinegrette that you get at most restaurants, this restaurant serves the oyster with Ponzu sauce and grated yuzu which was mildly spicy. These two added a great flavor and taste to the oysters. Tabasco sauce is also available for those who want something spicier.
- Pork Belly done Three ways – Charcoal Grilled: $15.80. There were pork belly wraped golden straw mushrooms, pork belly wrapped prawns and pork belly wrapped asparagus. The prawn was the best, cos it was fresh and pork belly imparted a nice flavor to the prawn.
- Kaisen Nabe: $23.80. Seafood – Prawn, fish slices, mushroom and transparent Japanese noodles cooked in superior clear soup and served in a mini hotpot that’s heated on a portable gas burner. The soup is refillable and the prawn was very fresh. I like the prawn and the noodles.
- Maki Roll: A rice roll with cucumbber, seaweed and seafood and coated with ebi roll. There was Japanese mayonnaise that you can dip the maki roll into. Good tummy filler.
- Sushi Moriwase: Assortment of sushi that included botan ebi, scallops, salmon, tuna and unagi. I especially like the Ootoro and Chutoro sushi, which were fatty and delicious.
Ended the meal with a Yuzu Umeshu ($9.80) each. The plumliquor has a slight hint of yuzu which was served on the rocks. A nice end to a great meal.
restaurant is 1/3 filled. 6 persons. 2 bowls of udon came after 25 minutes. Salty unappetising noodles. Garlic rice - so oily, so heavy and tasteless. plus 2 other sides. really bad food. After an hour the mains (3 steaks) still have not arrived. We are still hungry but decided to cancel order. Ok good that it is striken off my list FOREVER
Ambiance and food presentation is good but the food itself is a let down. Given the price, I was seriously expecting something much better. Overall, was a very average dining experience, thanks only to the ambiance and service.