The trendy redeveloped area that used to be Singapore’s Big Splash waterpark in Marine Parade seems like a logical location for enterprises trying to do something new with something old. At Sunrise Bistro Bar on East Coast Parkway, the old part is classic French cuisine, the new being chef Vincent Teng’s desire to strip away the stuffiness and intimidating atmosphere of many fine-dining French eateries. Instead, he calls on his two-plus decades of training in leading French restaurants to provide top quality cuisine in a more affordable, more accessible manner – as well as well as throwing frequent dashes of Asian inspiration into the dishes. Sous-vide cooking is a particular specialty, so try Teng’s sous-vide eggs benedict for the softest poached egg you’re likely ever to taste, or indulge in something new with the sous vide pear dessert, slow-poached with red wine and aromatic spices that challenges even the stalwart French classics on the menu.
Nice ambience. Food is nice. Just very anticipating if the place has band singing. It will keep everybody to have a drink and spend a longer time there.
My 5th visit to the restaurant and the standard of the food has been maintained that the highest standard. The service staff is also well trained and helpful, unpretentious. Understand that the restaurant is looking for a suitable venue to shift their operations due to end of lease for the plot. Hope they are able to find a suitable place!
Good place and ambience. Staff shld equipped better with knowledge on menu given especially ala carte. Overall it was a good experience. Will definitely come back
I still enjoyed the Sunrise Fish & Chips and Chendol Panna Cotta. The Cereal Cod is also recommended to try. Ambience was good. Could do a walk along East Coast Beach before dinner.
We went on a weekday so there was not much patrons and it was nice and quiet. The service was good and prompt but we were quite surprised that the food took quite some time to be served and the serving was rather small.
The Fish & Chips as well as the Salted Egg Yolk Custard Molten Chocolate Cake are as good as they look! Definitely die die must try!
Food is generally good. Too bad they only have asahi and hoegaarden as draft. They also have a kids play corner but parents should be mindful of their kids playing there.
Food was okay though abit mediocre. The signature dessert was okay-ish. Service was okay with a good attitude, though not very attentive. The interior design was bad.
Food is nice! Seems to be kid friendly, there a few tables with kids and there is an indoor small playground to keep kids entertained
Great service and quality food. But the small playground in the restaurant made dinner unromantic as children were running around at the top of voices.