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Street 50 Restaurant & Bar

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Bay Hotel Singapore’s Street 50 restaurant & bar, its good global flavours restaurant, brings you the best from around the world, offering diverse flavours from Italian, French and American to Vietnamese, Indonesian and Singaporean with interesting twists.

Daily: 06:00 - 04:00

$25 based on 10 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), Lunch (5 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Recommended Shabu Shabu Ala Carte Buffet with Premium Soup Base!

For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/03/shabu-shabu-la-carte-buffet-at-street.html


STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar - A global flavours restaurant situated in a 4 star Hotel located opposite Vivo City. They have hotpot on every Fri, Sat and Sun night, and they're extending their weekend hotpot buffet to 2am! Good news for supper lovers!



The hotpot here is served up in individual pots with unique designs of little dragons blanket in a sharp shade of royal blue and royal yellow. The pot was quite shallow so the broth needs to be refilled regularly. There were 4 selections of Premium Soup base to choose from! You're allowed to change your soup base here if you want to try other soup too.



Service was very good! Plates were cleared and ice-water were refilled promptly but do understand sometimes the service will be a bit slow when the place is crowded. 



A little disappointing that my favourite smoked peking duck roll was not replenished for very long from around 8pm till I left at 8.30pm. The food selection was simple and nice. I must say so far this place has the best soup after trying at different popular steamboat restaurants! And not forgetting their Smoked Peking Duck Roll was awesome too,  the sauce was generous and the smoked duck was very very tasty!!




Usually buffets will include desserts so it will be nice if they can include some desserts like pudding or ice-cream in the buffet to make it a complete meal.  Recommended Hotpot Buffet Meal!





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  • Crabmeat Istimewa2 votes
  • Banana Fritters1 vote
  • Mouclade Mussels1 vote
  • Smoked Peking Duck Roll1 vote
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• 03 Mar 2015 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

Recommended Shabu Shabu Ala Carte Buffet with Premium Soup Base!

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For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/03/shabu-shabu-la-carte-buffet-at-street.html


STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar - A global flavours restaurant situated in a 4 star Hotel located opposite Vivo City. They have hotpot on every Fri, Sat and Sun night, and they're extending their weekend hotpot buffet to 2am! Good news for supper lovers!



The hotpot here is served up in individual pots with unique designs of little dragons blanket in a sharp shade of royal blue and royal yellow. The pot was quite shallow so the broth needs to be refilled regularly. There were 4 selections of Premium Soup base to choose from! You're allowed to change your soup base here if you want to try other soup too.



Service was very good! Plates were cleared and ice-water were refilled promptly but do understand sometimes the service will be a bit slow when the place is crowded. 



A little disappointing that my favourite smoked peking duck roll was not replenished for very long from around 8pm till I left at 8.30pm. The food selection was simple and nice. I must say so far this place has the best soup after trying at different popular steamboat restaurants! And not forgetting their Smoked Peking Duck Roll was awesome too,  the sauce was generous and the smoked duck was very very tasty!!




Usually buffets will include desserts so it will be nice if they can include some desserts like pudding or ice-cream in the buffet to make it a complete meal.  Recommended Hotpot Buffet Meal!





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• 03 Mar 2015 • 2012 reviews • 256 followers

Individual Steamboat

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Street 50 Restaurant and Bar, located at boutique hotel Bay Hotel, serves food all the way till 2am.

 For dinner though, they offer a individual style steamboat which includes seafood like prawns, squid, and meats like beef, chicken and even garoupa just to name a few.

I found that the quality of the meats were good, especially the beef, which is rare for a buffet restaurant.

The hot pots used are meant for individuals, and there are two kinds. Make sure that you get the hot pot which has a small hole on the cover too allow the steam to escape ( I believe that is the blue coloured pot)

As it is priced reasonably, it can be rather popular so do book online before going down.
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• 03 Mar 2015 • 2012 reviews • 256 followers

Individual Steamboat

Overall
Food
Coffee
Drinks
Services
Ambience
Value
Quality
Location
Street 50 Restaurant and Bar, located at boutique hotel Bay Hotel, serves food all the way till 2am.

 For dinner though, they offer a individual style steamboat which includes seafood like prawns, squid, and meats like beef, chicken and even garoupa just to name a few.

I found that the quality of the meats were good, especially the beef, which is rare for a buffet restaurant.

The hot pots used are meant for individuals, and there are two kinds. Make sure that you get the hot pot which has a small hole on the cover too allow the steam to escape ( I believe that is the blue coloured pot)

As it is priced reasonably, it can be rather popular so do book online before going down.
Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service

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