Located in the luxurious surrounds offered by the Park Hotel at Singapore’s Clarke Quay, Brizo Restaurant & Bar serves guests and the public an international array of cuisines, prepared to the highest standards. Open very early until very late, there’s ample opportunity for breakfast, lunch, and dinner sittings, or simply a drink accompanied with a selection of small plates shared among friends. Named for the Greek goddess of the sea, Brizo emphasises seafood – an appropriate choice for a Singaporean international restaurant located by the water down Unity Street. With a number of great celebratory promotions on offer, book now to avoid disappointment.
See below for Brizo’s Viva Seafood Fiesta menus!
recommended though a bit hard to find as some walking distance from bus stop
My first time there. Not outstandingly memorable but for what we wanted, it was good.
Great selection of food, enjoyed the lobsters and oysters. Great service, nice ambience and good food. Also enjoyed the desserts. Overall good value for money
Have a look at Brizo’s Viva Seafood Fiesta menus! Click here for Thursday & Saturday’s menu and here for Friday and Sunday's menu.
From continental cuisine to Asian early morning staples, breakfast at Brizo Restaurant & Bar is indeed a breezy affair, setting guests and public diners up for a day seeing Singapore’s sights. With a central location down Clarke Quay’s Unity Street, this international restaurant is a great focal point for many of the city’s top landmarks. You can even consider a meal at Brizo as a kind of culinary sightseeing – the menu showcases a number of Singapore’s favourite local delicacies alongside western favourites. Housed in the luxurious Park Hotel, it comes as no surprise that the quality of the ingredients and the standards of presentation are impeccable.
Highlights of Brizo Restaurant & Bar’s regularly changing menus are the promotional selections. At the time of writing, in the warm up to the SG50 celebrations (Singapore’s 50th year of independence), Brizo was offering a Taste of Singapura menu with an emphasis on the seafood dishes that have come to characterise this young island nation’s national cuisine. Salted egg crayfish, fish head curry made with a homemade Indian curry paste, la-la clams wok-fried in soya bean paste and har cheong gai or chicken cooked in prawn paste are just some of the specialties on offer, representing the breadth and depth of this Clarke Quay international restaurant’s regular offering. Though Brizo is housed in the Park Hotel down Unity Street, it is a popular restaurant among locals and tourists. With this in mind, we advise an early booking for any time of the day, especially if you are looking to feast with a larger group.