A new food hall and bistro bar, B.E.D, has recently opened at Tai Seng.
The space operates as a food hall by day and a neon-themed bistro bar by night.
Here's a look at it:
Food hall by day
Before 6pm, B.E.D, which means bistro, entertainment and dining, operates as a food hall offering a range of food.
Here are some of the food options available in the day.
- Grilled Sukiyaki Bowls
- Okinawa Japanese cuisine
- Gaku Sushi Bar
- North Indian Cuisine
- Superior Broth Pao Fan
Bistro bar by night
After 6pm, the place converts to a bistro bar, offering a menu of its own including alcoholic beverages, mains, bar bites, desserts and more.
Apart from the usual alcohol beer, spirits and soju, one of the more interesting beverage offerings on the menu is the Strong B.E.D Punch (S$48), an alcoholic beverage served in a "fish-head steamboat" pot.
Diners also have the option to add a bottle of Soju for S$15.
A non-alcoholic version called the Soft B.E.D Punch (S$38) is also available.
Mains and bar bites
If you're feeling peckish, you can opt for main dishes like Sapporo Black Garlic Truffle Ramen (S$17), Garlic Fried Rice with Salted Fish (S$12) and Salmon Mentai Donburi (S$16).
The bistro bar also offers a variety of maki rolls such as Salmon Rollin' in B.E.D Maki (S$14) and Unagi Mermaid Maki (S$15).
Customers can also order bar bites like Cajun Fries (S$12), Har Cheong Kai (S$12.80) and B.E.D Fully Loaded Fries (S$14).
The bistro bar also offers a range of desserts such as a Rubber Duckie ($13.90) with lemongrass 'shampoo', which comprises honey Thai mango, cream jelly, sago and sorbet.
Other desserts on the menu include:
- Deconstructed Lemon Tart (S$12.90)
- Buttermilk Waffle (S$6.80)
Address: 26 Tai Seng Street, Level 1
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 11am to 10:30pm
Top photos via B.E.D