Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 2 near Bayfront MRT
Upon entering this modern, sleek and cavernous bistro, Adrift is bound to make you feel very relaxed in many ways. Firstly, you will be welcomed with their smiley and prompt staffs who are stationed all over the restaurant. And secondly, we’ve managed to swap for a bigger communal table that is by the alluring ceiling-to-floor glass window which you could gaze out into the calming waters outside.
Befitting the occasion, a mini celebration for our bdays amidst the heavy schedule, K and I decided to chill out with this glass of Harajuku as if Ginza is just by the side. Tasting pretty manly with its strong whisky base while a light orange aroma and bitter dark chocolate was added to make it less serious, a little more frivolous.
Despite serving a more straightforward lunch compared to its dinner, innovation could still be spotted in the dishes that Adrift serves. Focusing on modern Asian, most dishes are given an Asian twist to it which is greatly adored. This bowl of luscious young kale, beautifully lashed with the fragrant shallot vinaigrette was undoubtedly reinforced by the heavier-tasting truffled-infused pecorino cheese. $18.
And topped on this toasted pandesal bread is a luxurious spread of evenly pulled suckling pig and pickled papaya. These small bites, brilliantly intense in flavours, owns a slight spicy tang that helps to lift the overall taste. Very delicious indeed! $16. Continue reading