Thursday, March 14, 2013

Majesty Bay Restaurant

Outfit of the day

Zoe and I were invited to the Majestic Bay Restaurant at Gardens By The Bay 
last Thursday for a food tasting session and the TNS girlies came along too! (: 
It took us a good 15-20 minutes walk from MBS Tower 1 to get to the restaurant. 
PS: Wear something comfortable for the long walk!! 

Majestic Bay Restaurant is located below the Flower Dome and besides offering the freshest sea treasures from all over the world, it also specializes in Cantonese dishes which explains the extensive soup menu.

Following the success of Majestic Restaurant and Jing, Majestic Bay Restaurant is the latest venture for Chef Yong Bing Ngen. He combines new innovations and classic favourites at the Majestic's Group first seafood themed restaurant.  

Our dinner menu for the night 

For starters we had the Duo Seafood Combo ($28 for 4 pax) 

I especially liked the sweet and salty tasting crispy lychee stuffed with crab meat and mushrooms!
It instantly whet up my appetite! 

Braised, Ocean Sunfish Maw Soup ($18) 
A very different fish maw soup. 
It isn't too starchy and didn't taste fishy at all. 
There was also a generous amount of veg and crab meat in the soup. 
Only pity is that it was a little too salty.

Steamed Bamboo Clams
Bamboo Clams are not always available so we were very lucky to have this included in the menu :D 
With the right amount of garlic used, the fat and juicy clams tasted like heaven. 
No doubt my favourite dish that night! 

Bay's signature "Kopi" crab
If you didn't try this dish, you've never been to Majestic Bay Restaurant. 

Cooked with a special sauce made from a blend of 3 different varieties of coffee beans.
Apple jam and a small amount of marmalade & orange juice are used in the "Kopi" crab sauce. 
It is flamed at the table with a mixture of rice wine & coffee liqueur. 
Coffee beans are added to the alcohol mixture just before serving for an extra burst fragrance.

Just Zoe and I enjoying our crab :P 

Baked Rice with Assorted Seafood ($68 for 4-6 persons) 
Inspired by a popular Portuguese dish Chef Yong tried in Macau. 
Made from quality ingredients like baby abalones, scallops, mussels and prawns, 
topped with a spiced cream sauce and baked with mozzarella cheese to form a fragrant crust. 
Besides the "Kopi" crab, you need to try this dish as well if you do visit them!!

Sweet's Temptation ($20 for 4 pax) 
This dessert platter includes Glutinous Rice Dumpling, Mochi, Custard Buns and Bay's Chinese Pancake; Red Bean Paste. 

My pick from the dessert platter. 
Mochi stuffed with light fresh cream and Mango + Strawberry bits. 
I was actually already very full from what we ate but I just needed to take another serving of this. 
So so good *Slurps*

I'll definitely go back again someday for their Classic Dim Sum Lunch :D 
Until then! 


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