In celebration of SG50, STREET 50 is launching a special Golden Jubilee all-day a la carte menu that debuts officially on 1 August 2015, putting a local spin on popular global cuisines, churning out a dizzying array of more than 50 gastronomic delights and beverages.
STREET 50 is conveniently located on street level at Bay Hotel Singapore on 50 Telok Blangah Road, the aptly-named STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar has always been popular with diners for its global flavours with a twist. And for the Singapore
And there are few people better adept at localizing famous international dishes than STREET 50’s new Executive Chef – Kay Lee Hou Keong. We heard that Chef Kay was trained under renowned Michelin Star chef Max Milleri and at Joel Robuchon. Chef Kay also spent almost two decades cooking up a storm in kitchens both local and abroad, from the coastal city of Geneva, Switzerland to the Alpine foothills of Lombardy, Italy.
“We are delighted to have Chef Kay join our dedicated culinary team. With his years of experience, we are confident that there will be no shortage of culinary delights at pocket- friendly prices for our diners to look forward to,” commented General Manager Philip Raj.
What inspired Chef Kay to attempt the challenging task of giving international dishes a local flavor?
“As a cultural melting pot, Singapore has done a fantastic job of blending different cultures into a harmonious mix, and what better way is there to celebrate Singapore’s 50th birthday and recognize our nation’s diversity, than to introduce a local twist on these international dishes?” Chef Kay shared.
A good appetizer whets your appetite for the meal to come, and STREET 50’s new appetizers do all that and more. . Seafood lovers will also want to check out Otah by the Bay ($8.90) that is crowned with manila clams, giant octopus, hokkaido scallops and coral garoupa!
The Fisherman’s Soup ($8.90)
A mixed seafood flavored with garlic, bay leaf and white wine vinegar, and served with a rustic chunk of country bread.
Spice up your meal with a Land and Sea Shell Salad with Spicy Cincalok ($9.90), an appetisingly shell-cculent dish of californian manila clams, top shells and escargots served with a tangy asian achar salad and spicy cincalok dressing
How about dig into a cool yet mouthwatering Snow Crab Salad ($9.90).
For the Seafood lovers, you should check out Otah by the Bay ($8.90) that is crowned with manila clams, giant octopus, hokkaido scallops and coral garoupa! (Value for money!!!)
Bay’s Spring Chicken ($14.90). Deep fried with tantalizing alay turmeric spices, and served with a refreshing coleslaw salad, the sharp taste of the spices blends perfectly with the juicy tenderness of the chicken, while the coleslaw salad helps to cleanse your palate for the last course of the meal – dessert.
Another exciting new dish on our menu is the Satay un-skewered ($19.90), which consists of a juicy Australian Lamb chop painstakingly marinated in tantalising satay spice, and topped with the perennial favourite peanut sauce.
You may have tried the local favourite satay bee hoon, but we guarantee it’s nothing like STREET 50's Satay Bay-hoon ($14.90)!
Cooked rice vermicelli with cuttlefish, octopus, Californian manila clams, kang kong, chicken sate lilit, tau pok, and a quail egg, capped with a delectable satay sauce.
Our Sambal Saba ($16.90), a gratinated Saba fish topped with sea salt flakes, a piquant sambal onion chutney, Asian salad, and served with fragrant Jasmine Rice will be what you are looking for.
The tenderness of the Veal Cheek Rendang ($19.90) is the product of 8 hours of careful braising, and topped with a full-flavored Rendang sauce, this dish is a veritable explosion of tastes.
No matter how many different types of popiah you have eaten, nothing will prepare you for this unique Garoupa Popiah ($18.90). A tender and succulent garoupa is encased in the humble yet crisp popiah pastry, with this culinary juxtaposition serving only to enhance the taste of the overall dish. Italian tomatoes, balsamico, and extra virgin olive oil are just some of the ingredients which give the Garoupa Popiah its distinct taste, which you won’t be quick to forget.
Bubur Cha Cha Crème Brulee ($9.90) – a dish that manages to taste even better than it sounds.Braised yam, sweet potato, pumpkin, and Japanese blue potato are combined with rainbow chewy, and drizzled with Okinawa black sugar and coconut pandan foam.
For all durian lovers, the durian pengat ($8.90) is definitely the dessert for you! Chef Kay have paired the iconic and saporous durian pengat with a fragrant and emerald pandan jelly to achieve a dessert that has all the familiarity of the national fruit of Singapore, mixed in with the light notes of the emerald pandan.
If you are a night owl, STREET 50 will definitely be your best friend because it opens from 6am to 4am!
Enjoy FREE Bay's Spring Chicken with three other paying guests!!!
T&C: At least THREE main courses ordered & promotion valid till 31st Aug 2015
Time: 6am - 4am
About STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar
As the flagship restaurant of Bay Hotel Singapore, the country’s largest executive boutique hotel, STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar traces its roots back a humble 2 years, yet in a remarkably short period of time, it has established a reputation among street smart diners for being the place to go for hotpot, served in iconic and decidedly Chinoiserie Royale hotpots, our
tantalizing weekend buffets that is gentle on the wallet, and a unique twist on global cuisines.
STREET 50 RESTAURANT & BAR
BAY HOTEL SINGAPORE
50 Telok Blangah Road
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Street50
Call 6818 6681 for reservations.