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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

$20 based on 8 submissions
Children/Family (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
chefquak

Average Lunch Buffet @ Street 50 Bay Hotel on 7June2014

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/06/07/average-lunch-buffet-street-50-bay-hotel-on-7june2014/

bought a S$20pax weekend asian lunch buffet voucher @ street 50 at bay hotel from groupon, so went there for lunch on 7.6.2014.
place is new. there is outdoor setting but it was hot & most part in the sun at lunch & very high ceiling (like 12m) so not useable when heavy downpour. it was fully booked so i could only get outdoors but i was there among the first few just before the crowd so managed to get seated inside anyway.
service was very good in terms of attitude & politeness, and i also got free parking coupon at the end. the food did not look exciting but did not look bad either. coffee was not included but iced water was quite fine. 
there was nothing to talk about in my first plateful. scallops & mussels were poor & tasteless (but they usually are even at say carousel for >S$60pax) w/o the thai? green dip sauce, which was also average. best was the otah (i had a second one later). the small octopus was quite good, and the long bean minced pork salad was ok. steam prawn was competent.
of the cooked food, curry chicken was quite good. curry was tasty, chicken ok but not really tender enough. mutton rendang was ok. fried prawn was tastier than the cold dish but just a competent prawn dish. mushrooms & spinach was pretty good. achar too.
the beef ball beehoon soup was competent. soup was very tasty but too oily.
the crispy yam was pretty good. sweet & sour fish was also good. 
and i liked the chendol & the lapis sagu (九层糕). pulut hitam ok but mochi was poor – skin was thick & the inside was hard.
overall, i don’t really have much to comment about this place. food was competent. at S$20pax nett using groupon it was really very ok, though i am unlikely to return myself. at S$25++pax, hard to say, i mean, there are many alternatives like dinner@peach garden miramar for S$30nett pax.

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07 Jun 2014 • 224 reviews • 1 follower

Average Lunch Buffet @ Street 50 Bay Hotel on 7June2014

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/06/07/average-lunch-buffet-street-50-bay-hotel-on-7june2014/

bought a S$20pax weekend asian lunch buffet voucher @ street 50 at bay hotel from groupon, so went there for lunch on 7.6.2014.
place is new. there is outdoor setting but it was hot & most part in the sun at lunch & very high ceiling (like 12m) so not useable when heavy downpour. it was fully booked so i could only get outdoors but i was there among the first few just before the crowd so managed to get seated inside anyway.
service was very good in terms of attitude & politeness, and i also got free parking coupon at the end. the food did not look exciting but did not look bad either. coffee was not included but iced water was quite fine. 
there was nothing to talk about in my first plateful. scallops & mussels were poor & tasteless (but they usually are even at say carousel for >S$60pax) w/o the thai? green dip sauce, which was also average. best was the otah (i had a second one later). the small octopus was quite good, and the long bean minced pork salad was ok. steam prawn was competent.
of the cooked food, curry chicken was quite good. curry was tasty, chicken ok but not really tender enough. mutton rendang was ok. fried prawn was tastier than the cold dish but just a competent prawn dish. mushrooms & spinach was pretty good. achar too.
the beef ball beehoon soup was competent. soup was very tasty but too oily.
the crispy yam was pretty good. sweet & sour fish was also good. 
and i liked the chendol & the lapis sagu (九层糕). pulut hitam ok but mochi was poor – skin was thick & the inside was hard.
overall, i don’t really have much to comment about this place. food was competent. at S$20pax nett using groupon it was really very ok, though i am unlikely to return myself. at S$25++pax, hard to say, i mean, there are many alternatives like dinner@peach garden miramar for S$30nett pax.
23 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

kudos to Street 50 service and kitchen crew

food preparation of fine spread comprising of Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia. If you are thinking just for $20 per pax during promotion, how good can the quality be? drop by and savour yourself. No regret
06 Dec 2013 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Street 50 is having UOB 1 for 1 promotion right now.

Check it out! Hey Hey, Street 50 is having a 1 for 1 set lunch promotion with UOB credit cards at http://eatwhatfood.com/street-50-bay-hotel-singapore-1-1-set-lunch/
21 Nov 2013 • 122 reviews • 5 followers

Awesome food for dinner!

For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/11/street-50-restaurant-bar.html   I didn't quite favor the location of the restaurant, which is like less than 5 steps to the lift, as well as the door to the entrance/exit.   Forest Mushroom soup ($9.00) is a veloute of wild mushrooms with a melange of garlic croutons, cream and chives.   Fisherman's Net pizza ($18.00) made up of prawns, squids, mussels, mozzarella and grated lemon zest. Comes along self-service of cheese and chili pepper. Totally thumbs!
 
  Duck Pot Pie ($22.00) is slow braised duck in rich wine sauce with vegetables and spices in a baked shell. I love the thick gravy and braised duck meat is soft and tasty.. Empty bowl as a result.   Cod with Sauce Vierge ($28.00) is pan-seared cod fillet with sauce vierge servd with panache of vegetables and aligot potatoes.   Durian Pengat ($8.00), which is one of the popular dessert there. It is luscious durian pulp cocooned in crepe. Durian pulp is sweet and thick, and pretty awesome for the durian-lovers.
 
  You will also be provided a complimentary parking ticket, so less the worry about parking at Bay Hotel :) For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/11/street-50-restaurant-bar.html
13 Oct 2013 • 161 reviews • 1 follower

Must try : Tom Yam Flair and Cajun Chicken

For full review and pictures, please visit : http://www.strictlyours.com/2013/10/street-50-restaurant-bar.html

1) Hazelnut Escargot - $14
 These Burgundy snails are stuffed with hazelnut butter before they are baked.
Once served, they are flambed with Brandy!
 We dug in when the flame died out. You can distinctly taste the Brandy on the buttery meat!

2) Cajun Chicken - $18
 It's not easy to prepare a great tasting cajun chicken. This halved spring chicken is very well-marinated and it is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. I was intrigued by how the chicken was cooked really well and that it wasn't the slightest bit dry inside. The fries were encased in a crispy thin layer and were yummy too. Served with the chicken is a pears and black bean chutney which is strong and special. It might taste weird to you at first but you might grow to like it like I did!

3) Tom Yam Flair - $18
 My absolute favouritest dish of all! A fusion of Italian and Thai, this dish was really brilliantly crafted. Its a clever concoction of white wine, tom yam cream, fried basil and Thai spices. I was immensely impressed on my first bite! You can taste the tom yam flavour and creaminess distinctly but it doesn't overwhelm. A bed of well-cooked aldente spaghetti topped with seafood in a delicious spicy cream sauce, mhmm yum! I'm already planning when to go back just for this!
 
 4) Lamb Rendang - $24
 Instead of mutton cubes, we get a whole lamb shank that is slowly braised in rendang paste. The tender meat is infused with the flavours of the rendang paste and as a non-eater of lamb, I have to say that I can hardly detect the strong taste of lamb in this. This is too spicy for me though! But again, I'm really bad at taking spice haha.
 

5) Durian Pengat - $8
 Cocooned in the crepe is durian puree, coconut cream, pandan and gula melaka. This dessert is indeed a sweet finish to a good meal!
 

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