Located within the iconic Chijmes, Wharf Oyster Bar and Seafood brings Singapore’s oyster loving foodies one of the most exciting dining spaces in the city. This chic restaurant is the team’s sophomore branch and the setting in this national monument and former convent and school couldn’t be more idyllic. Located in the courtyard overlooking the restored chapel and Caldwell House, what could be better than indulging in high quality oysters, seafood platters, pasta and mains dishes, and of course a tipple or two from the carefully curated list? If you’re like us, not much. Located on Victoria Street in Bugis, right in the heart of it all, this is an experience you don’t want to miss and as such, reservations are absolutely essential.
Food was alright - we had miso cod, seafood pasta and salmon. Oysters which was our main aim was disappointing - perhaps that nano tech made resulted in oysters being so clean it's rather tasteless. Waiters didn't know about types of oysters available either. Staff was nice and attentive but place was quiet compared to its neighbours. We were are not willing to pay their $20 "cakeage" charge for bringing outside birthday cake (our small token cake cost no more than $10!) to celebrate friends birthday
My guests loved the freshness of the oysters. The large grill platter is divine and was enough for the three of us. The fried oyster nachos is a scene stealer and the signature mojito is marvelous— sparkling wine in it made the taste heavenly.
Staff very kindly set up a table outside for us.. it had been raining but stopped. The salmon and chowder was delicious and the seafood platter good value. Very good we will be back!
they have great seafood. Especially the oysters. We ordered a Premium oyster plate. It was fresh and delicious. $9 for a glass of wine during happy hour was a great deal as well.
Environment was good since it's at Chjmes. Food was expensive for that portion. Also, menu is weird. Didn't dare to order oysters since I was the only person when i arrived.