I-S headed down to Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant, the latest venture from hotelier Loh Lik Peng and chef-owner Yong Bing Ngen of Majestic Restaurant.
“A bright and airy space that sits 110, with nautical-inspired touches like turquoise chairs and dozens of circular mirrors in varying sizes that resemble submarine windows; there are also tanks with live seafood on display at the entrance for good measure. With an obvious emphasis on seafood, signatures here include Yong’s addictive take on baked rice with baby abalone, mussels and prawns blanketed in melted mozzarella (from $68) and kopi crab (market price), cooked in a special sauce made with a blend of three different coffee beans and flambéed tableside for dramatic effect.“
To read more about what I-S thought, see the full Open Door on Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant.
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