Indulge in French Breton cuisine inspired by the sea and earth at The Ocean

Featuring the authentic flavours of Brittany, this restaurant by Olivier Bellin takes you on a gastronomic journey

PUBLISHED : Friday, 16 March, 2018, 2:02pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 21 March, 2018, 5:52pm

This beachside fine-dining eatery has evolved from being purely a seafood restaurant to one offering French Breton cuisine featuring the best of the sea and earth – a signature of chef Olivier Bellin. The restaurant is spacious with a bar, main dining area and private rooms, and windows overlooking Repulse Bay.  

Menu items are seasonal on the à la carte, which features a caviar selection. We recommend the eight-course degustation menu with wine pairing. Dishes include poached duck liver with flower crab meat and ginger consommé, sea urchin with hay, coffee and melba toast and Brittany blue lobster. The bar also has a good selection of cocktails.

Contact Details

East Wing L2, Shop 216, The Pulse, 

28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay

2889 5939

Sat -Sun & PH: noon-3.30pm,

Tue-Sun & PH: 6.30-11 pm

Signature Dishes

Chaud-froid of cauliflower and Parmesan ice-cream, squid ink jus

Blue lobster lightly cooked, brioche and pork head veil, curry sauce, apple and grapefruit condiment


5 dishes


3 rooms, 14 ppl

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