Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Breeze - The Scarlet Hotel Very Cool Rooftop Bar and Restaurant

Yoaz people! Breeze is a very cool rooftop bar and restaurant on top of the Scarlet Hotel at 33 Erskine Road (hotel next to Maxwell Market).

Breeze, The Scarlet Hotel's exclusive Level 4 rooftop bar welcomes guests for relaxing evenings of decadent indulgence and the ultimate al fresco experience under the beautiful business district skyline. Rejuvenated during the hotel's extensive five-month facelift. Since July 14, Breeze is set to seduce with a swanky new look, an updated and exciting food menu,and an expanded drinks menu, featuring signature cocktails and an exclusive range of beer.
Mrupupup went on a food tasting (thanks to the friendly folks from PR communications!) and had a cool time trying the new menu. The food was very well prepared and yummy! Thanks to Chef!
Mrupupup tried the avocado tempura (awesome dish!), momotaro tomato salad (expensive Japanese yummy tomato  with fresh crabmeat), chicken wings with Korean bulgogi sauce BBQ (nicely grilled on the spot and yummy!), wagyu mini burger (Mrupupup's favourite dish), grilled chicken salad, korubuta pork belly with marmite sauce, grilled king mushrooms and grilled king prawns with herbs and cereal crust.
The food served was very yummy and delicious and to top off the dinner, Mrupupup had sweet endings of four small serving cups (dessert platter) of tiramisu, chocolate mousse cake, strawberry & cheese parfait and mango panna cotta.
Good points of Breeze, very cool place and with awesome views of the Chinatown area. Mrupupup also had their special cocktails of Foam Party (made of egg white on top) and Fore play (a drink with chocolate taste with Bailey's cream).
Go to the Breeze to enjoy the "breeze" with a cool glass of cocktail and enjoy the night away on the rooftop with great music (smooth jazz music).
Very, very enjoyable evening. Thanks to The Scarlet Hotel, the nice chef Vincent and the PR Communications!
Good night folks, enjoying the cool breeze and yummy food.

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