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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
The Bird Southern Table & Bar

  • The Bird Southern Table & Bar
    Chicken 'n' Watermelon 'n' Waffles
  • The Bird Southern Table & Bar
    Mama's Biscuits
  • The Bird Southern Table & Bar
    Low Country Laksa

From the same man behind Miami’s award-winning Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, Marina Bay Sands’ very own The Bird Southern Table & Bar offers the same classic Southern cuisine and hospitality, for a laidback meal of the highest standard.

The scenic two-storey restaurant seats 190, offering diners the choice to take their meal at the lively alfresco area or indoors, among the modern-rustic industrial decor. On the menu are country favorites like Buttermilk Biscuits ($10), Shrimp ‘N’ Grits ($39), and the restaurant’s 100-year-old recipe Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken ($35). Unique to The Bird is the Low Country Laksa, a Singapore-exclusive dish of snapper filet and Carolina gold rice pirlau drenched in caramelized ginger and coconut broth.

Expect also the same high quality, hand-crafted cocktails of the original Miami outlet; The Bird’s extensive beverage program includes innovative mixes like the Bird Old Fashioned with bacon-infused bourbon ($27), Watermelon Sling ($24), and the locally inspired Ong Bak ($25).

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Phone: 6688-9959
The Bird Southern Table & Bar, #B1-07 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Ave., Singapore, 018972 Singapore

Opening Hours:

daily 11-2am

Price Range:

$ - $$



Open Since:

July, 2017
The Bird Southern Table & Bar
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