The Pelican at Fullerton Road is a lovely restaurant serving east coast American seafood. Tucked right behind The Fullerton Hotel, the restaurant’s location lets diners to have a good view of the bay.
The Pelican has an indoor and outdoor seating area. The indoor décor accommodates a welcoming and casual dining experience.
They serve a separate weekender brunch menu, full of palatable and filling delights. We tried The Pelican Platter ($138). The Platter serves 3 – 4 people. A selection of raw oyster & clams, steamed whole lobster, crab & prawns and mussels. The seafood was really fresh! Especially the oysters and extremely filling too.
The Pelican’s Croque Creation ($24) comes with the USA kurobuta pork ham, fried egg and grilled cherry tomatoes accompanying brioche bread. The cherry tomatoes were fresh and juicy, certainly a memorable dish they’ve served.
If you're looking for something light, the Old Fashioned Crab Cakes ($24) also exemplified The Pelican’s skill in handling seafood. You can taste the sweetness of the crab meat that came with a crunchy, savory exterior. Certainly something that left a deep impression on my tastebuds!
You don't find a well baked pie as good as this in Singapore. The Snapper Pie ($40) came with a crumbly pastry that paired well with the thick cream sauce that was inside of it. A great dish to share between people who want a warm, mellow meal. Of course you do have to wait a bit for this dish as it bakes in the oven.
For desserts, we tried the Berry & Crème French Toast ($14). The crème fraiche went very well with this treat as it soothes the sweetness from the berries compote. The brioche bread also did the trick as they came warm, which contrasted the coolness from the crème fraiche.
Oh yes, let's not forget about the free flow Prosecco. Round off brunch on a high note by topping up an additional $35++.
Here's a sneak preview of what you'll be having on the table.
overallreview: shauneeie3.5hands. All in all, the tastes served from this experience were good. The Pelican is an enjoyable place to go to if you want to enjoy brunch and seafood by the bay.
The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill
#01-01 One Fullerton,
1 Fullerton Road,
nearby mrt: raffles place
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