Offshore Bar & Grill is a new pet-friendly seafood BBQ restaurant on the cusp of Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal

by Vera

Until it’s time to board the ferry and sail off to Bintan or Batam once again, we stand at the borders, gazing longingly from across the shore on the side of Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. Now, Offshore Bar & Grill, a spanking new BBQ restaurant lines the terminal of what many recognise to be their gateway to a quick escape from the city.

offshore bar & grill offerings
Photo: @offshorebgsg/facebook

Happy Feast (S$69++/person)

Buffet prices start here. The Happy Feast (S$69++/person) entitles you to half a lobster, fresh seafood selection, fresh meat selection, fresh vegetable selection, cooked buffet selection, as well as all sauces.

Photo: @offshorebgsg/facebook

Supper Happy Feast Add-On (S$49++/table)

This add-on entitles you to a whole lobster, whole fish, as well as access to the aquarium and choose from a selection of seasonal live seafood. Additionally, once the COVID-19 restrictions ease, diners will even be able to fish these live seafood catches out of the aquarium themselves.

offshore bar & grill buffet line
Photo: Jing Yi Quek

Really Super Happy Free-Flow (S$29++/person)

The selection of free-flow alcohol includes, *deep breath*, Stella Artois, Black Cab stout, Smirnoff vodka, Red Label whisky, Gordon gin, Matesalem rum, Remy VSOP brandy, Jose Cuervo tequila, Terrazas Altos Chardonnay white wine, and Terrazas Altos Malbec red wine.

offshore bar & grill setting
Photo: Darwin Nasir

Offshore Bar & Grill is also pet-friendly, for those thinking of where to bring your furkids next. Also, if BBQ or seafood just isn’t your thing, Offshore transforms into a cafe from 8.30am to 5.30pm daily.

Offshore Bar & Grill
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???? 50 Tanah Merah Ferry Road #01-02/#TC 25, Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, Singapore 498833
???? 8.30am–10pm, BBQ buffet starts at 5pm (Daily)

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