Blueplate Studios designs Adrift by David Myers at Marina Bay Sands

Chef and restaurateur David Myers unveiled Adrift in Singapore. Located in the atrium of Marina Bay Sands, the restaurant was designed by Blueplate Studios, Wilson Associates’ food and beverage design studio, to evoke both the adventure of travel and the comfort of home.

With a sculptural enclosure that juxtaposes the atrium at Marina Bay Sands, Adrift unfolds from an illuminated wrapped wood and copper façade. Inside, the 4,000-square-foot restaurant houses a collection of spaces that cater to a various dining experiences, with a bar and private dining room enclosure, among others.

The centerpiece cocktail bar recalls a vintage Ginza-style, with diffused lighting, leather bar stools, antiqued metal screens and charred timber accents. In the garden parlor, timber benches hang from the ceiling, while floral accents allude to the wall of greenery outside. The private dining room houses a library with objets d’art and vintage photographs.

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The restaurant is led by executive chef Dong Choi.

Adrift is open for bar and dinner services. Lunch service will start in the near future.

Chef David Myers founded such projects as the Sona, Hinoki & the Bird, Comme Ça, Pizzeria Ortica and David Myers Café in Tokyo. His new company is the Gypsy Chef.

Marina Bay Sands has convention and exhibition facilities, 2,560 hotel rooms and suites, the rooftop Sands SkyPark, celebrity chef restaurants and an outdoor event plaza. Its two theaters showcase a range of entertainment performances.


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