Adrift by David Myers

I am extremely picky about restaurant week picks having been to too many duds but I am glad I decided to come to Adrift for restaurant week because it was pretty good.

The restaurant itself had a nice, edgy but romantic vibe though tables were a tad too close if you are thinking of having a truly romantic “i am going to propose” kind of meal. We lucked out and were seated at the large “swing” (they dont move unfortunately) tables right at the side of the restaurant.


There were 3 courses and a few choices for each course in this Restaurant Week menu. Started with the alaskan  king crab melt – basically a crab sandwich with pickles and jalapenos. The toppings were quite muted (for pickles and jalapenos) but the crab was sweet and fresh making for a rather tasty starter.


For the main I went with the wagyu hanger steak with herb gremolate. The steak was also nicely cooked and tender though I wished there were a side of carbs or something because the meat was on the thin side and not as filing as I hope it would be.


Desert was vietnamese spiced chocolate pot with burnt marshmallow and honestly this is for serious chocolate lovers only. It was wayyyyy too rich and I only managed probably two mouthfuls before I surrendered, not that it wasnt nice it was delicious but just well I am too old for something so thick and rich hah

That said, the service and food were good enough that I would not mind coming back for a proper meal. So mission accomplished .

10 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018956
Tel: 6688 5657

Adrift by David Myers

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