The Wharf @ Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

Wharf at The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club (RSYC) is the oldest yacht club in Asia. We were thrilled when a friend invited us to have dinner at a waterside restaurant of the club. The Wharf is open only to members of the RSYC and their guests. The casual restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating and serves seafood and other local and western food.

Wharf at The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

We were seated at the edge of the water with a great view of the marina. The venue and setting were beautiful and the evening started in the best possible way – with glasses of good champagne.

The Wharf at The RSYC

The Wharf has an ala carte menu but there is also a BBQ station where you can pick the food and ask the chefs to cook it for you. It also has a salad buffet bar.

The Wharf at The RSYC
The Wharf at The RSYC
The Wharf at The RSYC The Wharf at The RSYC
The Wharf at The RSYC

We picked a few of the BBQ staples – otak, chicken wings, squids and satay. They were all nicely done and tasty. We also ordered a Penang Fried Kway Teow and Seafood Hor Fun from the menu. Both were disappointing. The Kway Teow was a liitle bland and the Hor Fun was missing the smoky wok hei flavour. Things picked up when the BBQ stingray and meaty cod fish were served. They might not look too great but were definitely very delicious.

The Wharf at The RSYC The Wharf at The RSYC
The Wharf at The RSYC

The weather that evening was kind, the view was beautiful, the food and drinks were enjoyable and the company was great. The dinner at The Wharf of the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club was a wonderful waterside dining experience.

The Wharf at The RSYC
The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club

The Wharf
Republic of Singapore Yacht Club
52 West Coast Ferry Road
Singapore 126887

Tel: 6768 9351

Opening Hours
Mon – Fri : 7am – 10pm
Sat & Sun Eve of Public Holiday & Public Holiday : 7am – 10.30pm

Open to members and guests signed in by members only.

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