Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, L1 – 81, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Opening Hours: Saturday and Sunday 8:30am – 10pm, Monday – Friday 11:30am – 11:00pm
Official Website / Reservations: marinabaysands.com/restaurants/bread-street-kitchen.html
Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Bread Street Kitchen is one of those restaurants I try to shy away from, mainly because it’s owned by a celebrity chef. Branding a restaurant based on a chef’s fame on TV is at best, OK food. At least, that’s what I believed in when I ate at Jamie’s Italian (now closed in SG, sad!).
But then I heard about Bread Street Kitchen’s Sunday roasts, and I wanted to try it. British comfort fare is quite filling with Yorkshire pudding and red wine gravy and starchy vegetables. And I needed to eat my root vegetables. It just so happened I was in the mood for one.
BSK serves starter bread sticks and warm focaccia with butter. Don’t fill yourself up with bread just yet, because their entrees are huge.
Bread Street Kitchen’s Dingly Dell Pork rack on a bone is, to my surprise, a pleasant surprise. (That’s repetitive, I know.) The meat is lean and the fat doesn’t make it too oily. I like the Yorkshire pastry, and the carrots, potatoes and cabbage, drenched in red wine gravy is my kind of vegetables. I could probably eat all of the starchy veggies, but I had to save my stomach for the pork.
I think the Yorkshire pudding was the highlight of my traditional Sunday roast. It was light, savory, great slathered with butter, and dunked in that red wine gravy. Suffice to say, I think I ate way too much butter for the meal.
The portion size is huge, and I would say it’s best to share.
Bread Street Kitchen is well known for their Beef Wellington, but I’ve been hearing mixed reviews on this one. Tough to chew, unflavorful, a let down, the list goes on and on… I decided, maybe, I’ll save that for another time. But for now, BSK delivers. I loved my Sunday roast and will definitely be back for more.