Oyster & Seafood Bar By The Quay is a place where you get to feast on some freshly shucked, briny and subtle-sweet Oysters in town. The Seafood Bar at Straits Quay is fairly new but words have gone out to the Oyster lovers as the place is known to serve some au naturale Oysters from all over the world. Not only does this modern, al-fresco Seafood Bar offers a good selection of fresh Oysters; it actually dishes out some seafood indulgence where you get to dive your tongue in for absolute seafood sweetness. Some specialties of theirs include Pasta, Paella, grills and Seafood dishes; you can also check out their Wines (they do have a big wine list) to go with the Oysters or Seafood dishes.
Many Thanks to Oyster & Seafood Bar By The Quay for extending the invitation.
Start with a serving of the freshly shucked Oysters- delicious on its own or make it more refreshing with a dash of Oyster Vinaigrette. To start off the meal, the Crab Avocado Tower is a good choice, with flakes of Crab Meat that ensures a burst of seafood sweetness, the Avocado is there to complement by introducing a creamy texture. A Spanish Gambas al Ajillo-inspired dish, the Shrimps and Chorizo features huge, plump Shrimps and best enjoyed with crisply toasted Baguette. For something more substantial, go for the Paella (which requires minimum 30 min cooking time), served with bountiful of Seafood that would impress any Seafood lovers.
The restaurant also serves a Pasta menu, the Lobster Angel Hair Pasta is a new addition with a whole Lobster served. The Angel Hair Pasta is carefully cooked and topped with Tobiko... for the burst of salty Seafood essence. For a change of flavor and to satisfy the carnivores, the Duo Style Pork Tomahawk is another alternative to the seafood spread. The Pork Tomahawk is smeared with hickory-smoky barbecue sauce and would go well with any Red. Do not leave the restaurant without trying their Panna Cotta, refreshingly served with fresh Passion Fruit and complete with candied Lemon slices. It has the perfect creaminess and milky fragrance, sans the cloying sweetness (with the aid of the acidic Passion Fruit).
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