Sunrise Bistro & Bar • Big Splash ECP

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Newly opened with à revamped a la carte menu, Sunrise Bistro & Bar resides just by the beach, part of the eateries by the famous Big Splash at East Coast Park. An intriguing culinary experience – think communal dining – awaits.

– Gail & Jem

Festive Platters
Chilled Assorted Seafood Platter
sunrise bar and bistro review by projectweekends singapore what to eat in singapore east coast parkG: Very freshly shucked oysters and salmon sashimi slices. Freshness is key for such platters, and with the side sauces of Shoyu, Japanese brown rice vinegar and Thai style roasted tomato dip, this dish was a hot favourite.

Meat Plattersunrise bar and bistro review by projectweekends singapore what to eat in singapore east coast parkG: The whole red snapper with cereal crust was delicious; pity it had many bones, so be careful while eating. The angus beef ribs were very tender, and melted in my mouth. The pork belly, on the other hand, was more hard than crispy, and a tad too salty. The mashed pumpkin at the side would’ve been much better if it were good ol’ mashed potato. Thankfully we had truffle fries to save the day.

* Festive platters are only available from 19 Dec 2015 to 1 Jan 2016.

Asian Five Spice Duck Leg Confit – $28sunrise bar and bistro review by projectweekends singapore what to eat in singapore east coast parkG: Now, this was pure joy. The duck confit was crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. The apple slices added a tangy edge to the dish, which was welcome. Portioning was a little small though, for $28.

Salted Egg Yolk & White Chocolate Fondue – $22sunrise bar and bistro review by projectweekends singapore what to eat in singapore east coast parkG: Capping off this gourmet experience is this unique fondue. Unlike the usual chocolate fondue, this salted egg yolk concoction was a little unusual. Out of all the fruits and crumbs that accompanied the dish, only the marshmallows went well with the sauce. The cookies and strawberries, unfortunately, were better on their own. Still a dish to try though, if you’re a salted egg yolk fan.


Besides the featured dishes above, you can also enjoy their other promotions:

  • Beer bottle bucket: 5 bottles at $38++
    Twin tower: $128++
    – Happy Hour 1-for-1 is from 4pm to 8pm –
  • Early bird breakfast: $9.90++ with choice of two eggs, grilled pork sausage and bacon, house salad and baked beans.

A live band will play three sets at the restaurant on Fridays & Saturdays from 9pm to 12am.

Address:

902 East Coast Parkway
Singapore 449874

Opening Hours:
Mon – Thurs 11.30am to 1am
Friday 11.30am to 2am
Sat & Eve of PH 9am to 1am
Sunday & PH 9am to 1am
Brunch 9am to 5pm (price ranges from $12 – $25)

* Free parking is available from 12am – 5pm on weekdays.

This is an invited tasting by Brand Cellar and Sunrise Bistro and Bar.

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Average cost per pax: $25 - $40

If you're not driving, it can be quite inconvenient to get to via public transport.

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  • Location
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Gail & Jem are personalities hailing from sunny singapore and are game for all sorts of adventures. Freshly graduated from Nanyang Technological University, they’ve got real day jobs, but more than often Gail writes, and Jem takes photos. It’s their favourite hobby. Whatever you need, they’ve got it.

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