Bridge Cafe At Seah Street

I spotted Bridge Cafe while I walked passed Seah Street to Raffles Hotel the other day. The setting of the cafe was some hippy looking design and with a typical bicycle by the door step. The look gave me the confidence to try them and I was right.

View of Outside of the Cafe
View of Outside of the Cafe

Currently, they were having a soft launched menu with both Ala Carte and Set Lunch Menu. There were two set lunch menu on the offer, an Executive Lunch Set which consist of Starter, Main, Dessert and Drink while the Value has a Starter, Main and a drink. It seems like they have different menu for different time of the day.

Lunch Menu
Lunch Menu

I opted for the Value Lunch Set but regretted, should have try their desserts too as the food was too good to give the dessert a missed.

Caesar Salad
Caesar Salad

The Caesar Salad was exceptionally excellent. Instead of the normal hard-boiled egg found in the Caesar Salad, a soft boiled egg was topped on the salad. I like the runny yolk very much. When I started digging in, I was surprised to see the a piece of grapefruit (and of course the green apple slices that were by the side which was obvious). The grapefruit gave the salad a tangy feel which was great, it was very refreshing. Instead of usual grilled plain chicken, they added some tandoori chicken and this added more flavour to the salad. Another very important factor, the salad dressing. There was just enough of the Caesar Salad dressing coated on each leaf of the green. It would be prefect if dashes of pepper were added.

Beef Cheek Stew
Beef Cheek Stew

There were four choices of main and I chose Beef Cheek Stew. I was surprised to find the tender beef cheek chunk. With just a fork, I could cut the beef cheek, I don’t need the knife to assist. It was extremely tender. Even the tendon by the side of the meat melted. But if you are not a beef fan, you may find that the beef smell is a little too strong. It was a pity that the sauce was absorbed by the mashed potato before I could enjoy dipping my bread into the sauce.

I will certainly recommend to all and will certainly return to try more of their food, especially when they launch their full menu.

Bridge Cafe
31 Seah Street Singapore 188387
Tel: +65 63334453

FB: https://www.facebook.com/bridgesingapore

Opening Hours

Tuesday – Friday 1200 to 2200; Saturday 1000 to 0000; Sunday 1000 to 1700; Closed on Monday

Getting There

By MRT: North-South line or East-West line – City Hall; East-West line – Bugis

By Bus:
– alight at Cosmic Insurance Building along North Bridge Road – 7, 32, 51, 61, 63, 80, 145, 175, 197, 851
– alight after Beach Road or before Beach Road along Middle Road – 56, 980
– alight at or opp Raffles Hotel along Beach Road – 56, 57, 100, 107, 107M, 961
– alight at Raffles Hotel along Bras Basah Road – 14, 14e, 16, 36, 77, 106, 111, 128, 131, 133, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 502, 518, 700, 700A, 857, 960
– alight at Brass Basah Complex – 2, 12, 33, 130, 133, 960

Rating: 9/10

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NAHMJ

A gal who loves to travel and enjoy great food, who also love to take photos of the food and to share her finds

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