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Mott 32, RISE, Black Tap and more MBS restaurants launch National Day menus

Looking for dining options this National Day? Marina Bay Sands's signature restaurants are back in action with limited-time National Day offerings.

Mott 32, RISE, Black Tap and more MBS restaurants launch National Day menus

RISE's National Day dinner features over 40 local dishes. (Photo: RISE)

Over the course of the last month, Marina Bay Sands (MBS) restaurants have progressively reopened, welcoming guests through their doors for dine-in once again. Black Tap, RISE, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Mott 32 and Bread Street Kitchen are just some of the restaurants that are back in full swing. 

This August, MBS’s signature restaurants are celebrating Singapore’s 55th birthday with limited-time National Day offerings. Here are some of the highlights.


The Straits Shake. (Photo: Black Tap)

Black Tap’s locally-inspired The Straits Shake (S$24++) is making a return this National Day long weekend, available from Aug 7 to Aug 10. This Singapore-exclusive shake pays homage to nostalgic treats from the past. 

The Straits Shake features dashes of gula melaka and coconut cream in a vanilla-based milkshake, topped with a tropical pineapple popsicle. The shake is also adorned with old-school confectionaries such as pineapple jam biscuits, coconut butter biscuits and chocolate gems.

For reservations, call 6688 9957 or book online here


Roasted beef sirloin with roasted potatoes, gravy, horseradish cream and yorkshire pudding. (Photo: Bread Street Kitchen)

On Aug 8 and Aug 9, Gordon Ramsay’s Singapore outpost Bread Street Kitchen is presenting a three-course set menu (S$55++). The set menu features a choice of two starters, which include smoky duck confit tostada with avocado puree, charred jalapeno sauce, pickled shallots, as well as the innovative apple cured trout green apple gel with compressed celery and marinated cucumber.

For mains, savour chermoula rubbed lamb chops, served with cashew hummus, Provencale tomatoes and olives, or opt for a classic British fare of roasted beef sirloin, roasted potatoes, gravy, horseradish cream and Yorkshire pudding. End the meal on a sweet note with the refreshing honey and lemon semifreddo, chocolate, pistachios and dulce de leche. To pump up the celebrations, there’s also free-flow Mimosa (S$40++ for two hours).

For reservations, call 6688 5665 or book online here


This National Day, CUT by Wolfgang is offering a one-day only lunch menu. (Photo: CUT by Wolfgang Puck)

On National Day (Aug 9), CUT by Wolfgang Puck will be offering an exclusive, one-day only three-course lunch menu (S$45++ per pax, available from 11.30am to 2.30pm). Select two dishes from the a la carte menu, which features renditions of local dishes such as beef hor fun with USDA prime beef, silken mapo tofu with minced beef and Szechuan peppercorn, as well as ikan bakar, coated in sambal belacan with calamansi. 

For desserts, enjoy Nyonya bubur cha-cha, a nostalgic treat of sweet potato and taro steeped in coconut milk with pandan fragrance. All diners will also receive a complimentary recipe book featuring original recipes of dishes featured on CUT’s National Day lunch menu.

For reservations, call 6688 8516 or book online here


Hot and sour Shanghainese soup dumplings with South Australian scallop and prawn. (Photo: Mott 32)

Over the first two weekends in August (Aug 1 and Aug 2; Aug 8 and Aug 9), Chinese restaurant Mott 32 presents a list of crowd favourites with a set lunch menu (S$55++; minimum of two pax). The menu features Mott 32 signatures such as barbecue pluma Iberico pork with yellow mountain honey, glazed in two coats of honey.

Other highlights include the flavourful hot and sour soup dumplings with south Australian scallop and prawn, as well as the tantalising poached garoupa fish fillet and Szechuan pepper broth, featuring thick slices of garoupa fillets infused in mouth-watering broth. The meal comes to a close with sweetened guava soup with sago and pomelo, a creative make-over of the classic Cantonese mango dessert.

For reservations, call 6688 9922 or book online here

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RISE's National Day dinner features over 40 local dishes. (Photo: RISE)

In light of Phase 2 regulations, buffet dining restaurant RISE has redesigned the dine-in experience. To minimise crowds, the self-serve buffet concept has been replaced with tableside service, where diners can enjoy unlimited buffet servings a la carte style, served right to their tables.

On Aug 9, enjoy a spread of over 40 local dishes at RISE’s exclusive National Day dinner (S$98++ per adult; S$38+ per child). Local highlights include wok fried slipper lobster with black pepper, traditional beef rendang, aromatic saffron infused mutton biryani, and Singapore chili crab. The dinner will also feature premium selections of meat and seafood, along with live stations serving wok-fried oyster omelette and carrot cake. 

RISE’s National Day dinner buffet will be available in two seatings, from 5.30pm to 8pm, and from 8.30pm to 11pm.

For reservations, call 6688 5525 or book online here

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Source: CNA/st(ds)