Sentosa has a myriad of different restaurants and cuisine types for the whole family. A fun day at the beach includes dining at one of the many F&B establishments within the island, and the options range from luxurious restaurants to casual beach eateries.
Amidst all the laughter and fun, the thought of where to grab a good meal in Sentosa has probably crossed your mind. Contrary to most expectations, the island of Sentosa is filled with plenty of good eats from a range of different cuisines; you will never be bored!
There are so many cafes and restaurants in Sentosa that will be worth travelling all the way into the heart of the island for. Whether you head down as a family or with friends, you will find a restaurant that suits you. Here are 9 Cafes & Restaurants In Sentosa You Must Check Out.
Sentosa is an island in Singapore we escape to when we need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. A game of volleyball, a stroll along the beach or nature trails, sunbathing, a ride down the Luge, a walk around the Merlion… the island sure is one to keep us occupied with its sheer number of outdoor activities and array of themed attractions, but the island is also home to some amazing restaurants, bars and cafés that you might have overlooked while having fun.
A trove of different dining concepts and cuisines makes Sentosa an island worth checking out when you need meal ideas. Brunch spots by the marina, fresh seafood, modern Chinese cuisine, burgers at beach bars, fine dining… these are just some of the exhilarating dining options you can expect when in Sentosa.
Yes, it is not just an island of fun. It is an island for foodies. Not sure where to start? Here’s our take on 10 Cafes And Restaurants In Sentosa To Visit. And we’ve got some freebies for you to redeem! Read on to find out more.
We often get readers asking us for a place for celebrations of all sorts, and a question like this means we have to think of somewhere versatile and diversified. Perhaps somewhere with many restaurants and different cuisines?
Quayside Isle is the kind of place for all occasions. Very often, we find ourselves heading to Quayside Isle when we want to hide away from the crowd and take a little escape from the hubbubs of Singapore.
Having a lovely meal while enjoying a fantastic view of the Quayside Isle’s marina; that is the winning formula for an enjoyable lunch. Now, what if we tell you that a stellar lunch here can go for less than S$25?
If you had your initial doubts about the price tag of dining at Quayside Isle, you need not to anymore. For less than S$25, you can grab a great lunch here with so many options to choose from. Greek food? Burgers? North Indian food? Quayside Isle provides an eclectic mix of different cuisine types from all around the world.
Here are 10 Affordable Lunch Options at Quayside Isle for Under S$25, so you have no reason to not make a trip down for a quiet afternoon or two. Or more.
Finding a bar to unwind at after work might be a daunting task for those located in the CBD. Singapore’s downtown bars are notorious for its overwhelming crowd, especially during happy hours. Why risk the possibility of being denied a table at an overly crammed bar when you can enjoy the laid back atmosphere of the serene Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove?
Hidden away from the bustling city chaos, Quayside Isle is home to an enclave of gourmet restaurants, with each outlet boasting a breathtaking view of the tranquil yacht harbour. The refreshing change of atmosphere will effortlessly rejuvenate your tired minds, making Quayside Isle an ideal post-work watering hole destination. Whether you are a wine enthusiast or a beer aficionado, there is something for everyone here.
From 1-for-1 selected wines to discounted bottles, read on to find out more about our guide to Quayside Isle’s After Work Drinks Promotions. While the magnificent view from the promenade is already worthy of a special trip, we are certain that the alluring happy hour promotions are equally irresistible!
Take in the beautiful ambience of the Sentosa Cove marina while dining at one of Quayside Isle’s many F&B outlets from cafes to fine dining restaurants. Indulge in contemporary and exotic cuisines from all around the world; from authentic Greek food to Spanish grilled seafood.
If you have a hankering for Mediterranean food, head over to Mykonos On The Bay or Miska Café for authentic fare. Local or Chinese food are also available at various restaurants here such as Cove Stadium and Blue Lotus. Quayside Isle offers an experience that is hard to beat – think of it as stepping into an enclave of surprises, one where you can experience various gourmets of the world all at one place. Whatever you have a taste for, we are pretty sure you can find your answer here.
This is your definitive guide to the restaurants, bars and cafes at Quayside Isle.
Anytime is a good time for steaks, but SKIRT at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove is one chi-chi steakhouse that we prefer to reserve for dates with the discerning loved ones. And this is why this Valentine’s Day, there is nowhere better than romancing your date with an unforgettably lavish dinner at SKIRT. After all, you need a reliable outlet where the service is impeccable and professional, and SKIRT is ideal with its mix of elegance and chic factor.
This Valentine’s Day, SKIRT presents a 5-course dinner menu (S$350++ for 2) with a bottle of Auris Spumante Brut. Wake your palate up with a trio appetiser, the Titanic – starring the Tuna Tartar with avocado puree that is a brilliant blend of the fish’s freshness and the rich taste of the creamy fruit; luxurious chicken pate accompanied by fragrant homemade roasted chicken crackers; and cured halibut with grapefruit that is a refreshing juxtapose to the first two strong flavours. Quite a myriad of flavours and textures to begin the evening, indeed.
Succeeding the trio is the Casablance that further pays homage to the ocean’s freshness – generous chunks of crab meat with tomato jelly and an apple sphere beautifully set in a martini glass. Moulin Rouge Champagne & Roses will take your breath away – seared scallop covered with champagne foam and rose petals. Nothing quite like celebrating the love in the air with a gorgeous dish like that. Every bite is pleasure to remember.
When Harry met Sally is when we indulge in a main course of Steak Sandwich – Black onyx sirloin with Marrow crumbs, tomato and onion puree. The meat is served medium, and the marrow and bread crumbs complemented the creaminess of the beef so well.
Last but certainly not least, show your date how intricately delicate and poignantly rich your love is via the dessert of 5 textures of chocolate. We really loved the chocolate ice-cream!
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SKIRT – The Boldest Grill
21 Ocean Way
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
Tel: +65 6808 7278
Tue to Sun: 7pm – 12 midnight
Nearest Station: Harbourfront
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There has always been a debate over the difference between farm-bred and wild-caught fishes. The former, while much more readily available and affordable, has a higher chance of being contaminated, hence more prone to getting disease. The latter live in their natural habitats out in the open waters, and is hence a lot healthier. We can go on and on about the benefits of wild-caught fishes, but we will leave that for another day. While I am always happy to order wild-caught fishes when I dine out, restaurants in Singapore hardly place an emphasis on it and hence stick to using conventional farm-bred ones.
This is why I am so happy to introduce Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro as it is really a heaven for seafood lovers. Located at the charming Quayside Isle at the luxurious Sentosa Cove enclave, Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro has daily fresh imports of wild-caught seafood and fish from different parts of the world.
Appetising starters include Hokkaido Scallops Crudo (S$19), freshly shucked oysters, and the beautifully-plated Torched Holloumi Cheese (S$18). The pastas (S$28) are too delicious to a fault, and nobody can resist the Baked Half Boston Lobster (S$54). But the highlight of the menu – and something that you must order – is the qsfb’s Fresh Seafood Platter (S$150).