About Wood & Steel Gastrobar

On the very top deck of Singapore’s favourite steamboat, Marina Bay’s Stewords Riverboat, Wood & Steel Gastrobar serves gourmet Asian fusion cuisine in a hip alfresco environment. Boasting stunning views of Singapore’s skyline, this bar and restaurant has become one of the city’s go-to date spots and evening drinking locations. Found atop Stewords Riverboat at Marina South Pier on Marina Coastal Drive, Wood & Steel offers amazing food, cocktails and craft beer in a unique setting.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Wood & Steel Gastrobar
31 Marina Coastal Drive, Berth 1 Marina South Pier
Singapore 018988

Menu Highlights



Trio of Petite Crab Sliders

Crispy soft shell crabs with black pepper sauce, salted egg sauce and chilli crab sauce, served between deep-fried mantou buns.

Belly Dancer

Slow-roasted pork belly with a crispy skin, glazed with apple sauce and served with onion sambal.

Raclette Meatballs

Beef meatballs with Arriabiatta sauce, blanketed with raclette cheese.


Seafood Sambal Aglio Olio Pasta

Your choice of pasta sauteed with sambal, garlic and olive oil, and topped with prawns, squid and mussel.

Laksa Genovese Pasta

Your choice of pasta sauteed with laksa cream sauce, and topped with prawns, cherry tomatoes and laksa leaves.

Thai Pad Ga Prao Pasta

Your choice of pasta cooked in Thai-style savoury black sauce, with minced chicken or beef.


SDH Students Cocktails

Featuring the winning cocktails of the 2017 Cocktail Challenge, concocted by students of SDH Institute.

Mojitos Gone Wild

Go wild with our Once Upon A Thyme, Cymbopogon, Curry Favours, and Best of Laksa mojitos.

Craft Beers

Chill out with a thoughtfully curated range of craft beers from light pilsners to hoppy IPA’s.

Main Menu

Food Menu


Drinks Menu


More about Wood & Steel Gastrobar, Singapore

The view from Wood & Steel Gastrobar is reason enough on its own to visit for dinner and drinks. Keeping it classy on the top deck of Marina Bay’s Stewords Riverboat, this cool al fresco restaurant and bar is a popular choice among locals and tourists alike, and with live entertainment on the regular and an ample ale selection, it’s become a hit with music lovers, cocktail connoisseurs and craft-beer aficionados as well. You can’t possibly get lost trying to find this restaurant – just look for the big riverboat at Marina South Pier (Berth 1), just off of Marina Coastal Drive.

The menu at Wood & Steel Gastrobar includes an array of creative Asian fusion dishes. Kick things off with a trio of petite carb slides topped with black pepper ,salted egg and chilli sauces and some raclette meatballs smothered in arrabiata and raclette cheese. For the main event, tuck into seafood sambal aglio olio pasta brimming with mussels, prawns and squid in a spicy and garlicky sauce or go for a Thai infused treat with pad ga prao pasta made with minced chicken or beef in a savoury Thai-style black sauce. If you’re after a tipple or two – you really should – Wood & Steel Gastrobar offers interesting concoctions, expertly shaken that round off your meal perfectly before you leave this riverboat paradise behind and heading back out into Singapore’s Marina Bay.The menu at Wood & Steel Gastrobar includes an array of international and Western favourites, including plenty of grilled specialities, bar bites, seafood and huge combo platters. Pizzas with creative names like the Black Aloha and Mushrooms Gone Wild are baked fresh to order and perfect for sharing after indulging in snacks like truffle fries, nachos, or fried calamari. If you can’t decide on something from the restaurant’s lengthy menu, take one of the big platters and dig in to your choice of meat or seafood options to share with your table. End with a dessert like the walnut brownie, a slice of American carrot cake, or vanilla ice cream sundae before leaving this riverboat paradise behind and heading back out into Singapore’s Marina Bay.

115 Wood & Steel Gastrobar Reviews

Very Good
115 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Ken C.5 months ago · 1 review

It was a really nice experience! Food was good, ambience was good, staff were helpful. I guess the only thing missing were desserts! Oh, and it seems like there weren't any vegetarian options. Can consider!

Nur A'in A.7 months ago · 1 review

The food and ambience were fantastic! Wood and steel was much quieter and emptier than the Tex mex, so it has a more private feel. You're able to cross order from tex mex even if you're eating at wood and steel. However, people who are prone to sea/motion sickness should be mindful that Wood and Steel is located at the uppermost/second uppermost deck hence the rocking is much more pronounced especially during windy/choppy waters!

annie a.7 months ago · 8 reviews

The food, the atmosphere and the service are good. surprised that the staff can recognize me.. thumb ups

Jia Wei T.8 months ago · 2 reviews

The service is really good and the food is delicious as well. Nice atmospehere and ambience for a date. Excellent restaurant and price is reasonable as well.

Giang N.10 months ago · 1 review

The food was excellent in both quality and presentation. We ordered nachos, salted chicken wings, dirty crazy fries and chilli crab spaghetti. The staff went beyond our expectation. They were friendly even when we were considering going to the other restaurant downstairs. They were humorous, sincere when talking about the new menu items, proactive in attending to us. The scenery was great: overlooking to Marina Bay area or out to the sea where ships were lighting up in the evening. When there's a boat departing or arriving at the nearby dock, waves and shivering are expected. Overall, it's a value-for-money, romantic and comfortable place.

William K.10 months ago · 2 reviews

A different kind of dining experience... alfresco (non air-con) and on the top-deck of this boat, which is going nowhere, but still feel it roll-and-sway abit. Nice and enthusiastic staff members with keen service sense. Thumbs-up! Food is so-so... abit not consistent... strip-loin steak for wife was nice done but not for my younger girl. Had to return it to the kitchen 2x for being too rare and then too tough to even cut... even the wait-staff could not give an explanation why it happened. Also could have a wider spread of salads and hot-foods on the buffet table. Overall, an evening let down by the food issue, was saved by the staff. Kudos to them. As to whether to go again... hmmm... really need a strong reason to do so... Cheers!

Saptak M.10 months ago · 7 reviews

Great location. The boat top restaurant is an unique experience. You can see the MBS, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer etc from the tables while the strong ocean breeze keeps you cool. The rocking boat makes it even more fun. Moreover, the food is really good. We a Little Lamb had Mary and Hail the King, and especially the Lamb was just too good. Highly recommended.

Rebecca G.10 months ago · 6 reviews

Beautiful ambience, really rustic and industrial feel. Sitting next to open sea and feeling the natural breeze while eating is quite an experience not to be missed haha. Food portions were good and large enough; the drinks, while lacking an alcoholic kick, were really well-crafted and delicious. Overall, a really good experience, especially with the attentive and friendly service staff!

Peggy P.10 months ago · 1 review

Due to some reasons, limited food selection and slightly long waiting time for food, but tip top and friendly service standard. Great ambience, great view and good food. Crew were friendly and constantly interacting with customers. Pork belly was juicy and crispy and the portion for its pizza is huge for a good 3-4 pax. What a great way to celebrate our anniversary on board. Just a warning to those has motion sickness, do rmb to pop some motion sickness pill before boarding the riverboat. 👍👍👍

yeo s.10 months ago · 1 review

On the whole, more of a negative experience as they forgot to bring us to our tables, forgot our orders and in all we had to wait for 40-50 min before we could got our food. The band performances were not really our cup of tea, it was a little too loud for us to enjoy our dinner. However, it was my friend's birthday and they gave her a complimentary lava cake with ice cream. was a nice gesture of them.