19 July 2015


Last weekend, I was invited to BRIDGE to try out some of their new dishes. I've never been to a food tasting session and I'm not a food critic, so excuse my limited vocabulary while I try my best to describe each dish and their flavours.

Disclaimer: I was invited, but all opinions expressed in this post are my own. This visit is my 3rd time there - see iiiiii.

BRDIGE is located within walking distance from City Hall MRT station and Bras Basah MRT station. Initially, I thought they were named BRIDGE because they are near North Bridge road, but later I was told that it was because they wanted to provide a fine dining experience at affordable prices, bridging the gap between both worlds. Interesting right?

My advice: pop by Raffles Hotel/Arcade for some outfit photos before walking over to get some food. You don't want a food baby in your photos, do ya? 

They call this 62°C Organic Egg Prosciutto ($16), but I call this my personal favourite. The sautéed mushroom and truffle mash potato makes me want to go back for seconds. Can you hear the food angels singing? 

Next we tried the BRIDGE Benedict ($20). Almost every cafe that you go to will serve Eggs Benedict, but I don't think any of them stood out as well as this. If you were to ask me for recommendation on where you should go for the best eggs benedict, off the top of my head I wouldn't have been able to give you an answer. However, after trying out the eggs benedict here, I think the answer is quite clear.

I would say that eggs benedict are very much like burgers - where every layer makes a difference. The ham used in this was not just any ordinary ham but black forest ham. I'm not one that knows much about hams but I've heard pretty good things about it. Not a fan of salads, but we finished all of this.

After some hearty mains, we had the Truffle Honey French Toast ($18), which was pretty darn good (I'm sorry that my vocabulary is so limited)! For our toasts, the cinnamon sugar overpowered the truffle-honey by a little, but I still highly recommend that you try this. The two flavours together created a very interesting taste that you cannot find elsewhere.

Lastly, we had the Deconstructed Cheesecake ($14) that was topped with fresh fruits and crumbs. It looks too pretty to be eaten right? Okay but who describes food as pretty anyway. If you're thinking of having this after your meal, don't let the cream cheese foam put you off, as it tastes quite light.  I'll have you know that hidden under the cloud of zesty lemon cream cheese is a scoop of ice cream (yay!)

Overall, I love the vibe in this space. The woody/earthy tones were very welcoming, you can always have a good chinwag with your friends without fearing that your secrets would be heard because there's quite a bit of space between tables. I do look forward to going back there for more food. Note that they have 4 different menus, so I highly recommend you check out the menus and the available times here.

BRIDGE - Restaurant & Bar
31 Seah Street, Singapore 188387

Stay gold, xx



  1. Seriously, you're killing me. In a good way, haha! xx

  2. Really loved the photos! Do you mind if I ask what lens you are using?

  3. Sorry Cëe, just read the FAQs part. But which lens are you using particularly for these photos?

  4. Don't worry about it! I use my 50mm lens most of the time just because it's a lot lighter than the zoom lens. :)


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