Photo Credit: Greater Lot
Greater Lot by Cedele is a new multi-concept space at Quayside Isle, Sentosa. The collective food store features a bakery, retail store and a casual dining area with a stronger focus on all things healthy and wholesome.
Brought to you by the good folks behind Cedele, the aim of Greater Lot is to keep things as natural as possible. So expect a variety of superfoods like grain, smoothie bowls, salads and lean proteins, cakes baked with unrefined sugar and even beverages that contain no additives.
This is a dream come true for all you fitness fanatics. What are you waiting for? Get supercharged at Greater Lot today!
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.
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.
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
This post is brought to you by W Singapore – Sentosa Cove.
Quayside Isle (www.quaysideisle.com) is a destination that Melody and I frequent, and it makes us very happy to return because there is always a place to dine at, no matter what we feel like having. It has an unparalleled view of the gorgeous Marina, and whether you are looking to do a corporate lunch or a leisure dinner with your loved ones, you will enjoy the serenity and calmness of the world at Quayside Isle; no heavy traffic, no loud crowd. Not only are there ample parking space, there is an on-going free weekday lunch time parking promotion (Terms and Conditions apply) and parking is only S$3.50 flat before 1am daily.
The romantic setting and the exclusivity of Quayside Isle also makes it a perfect place for celebrations. For those of you who are still undecided about where to go for Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day, why not discover somewhere for a change? Here are some snippets of Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year promotions at Quayside Isle.
Skirt at W Hotel Singapore has been winning raved reviews since opening a few months ago, so I had to check it out to find out for myself. Indeed, the restaurant lives up to the hype, and it has rocketed to become my favourite steak restaurant in Singapore. It is a top-class steakhouse with middle-range pricing.
At the entrance of the restaurant, there are “aging cabinets” which contain choice meats alongside specialty cuts of milk-fed lamb and venison. For those who like to have a drink before having dinner, the bar tucked at one end of the restaurant offers bespoke cocktails. The restaurant itself is elegant and stunning. It is classy, yet not pretentious; it gives off a cool and hip vibe effortlessly.
The dining landscape in Singapore has changed remarkably in the last few years and it is exciting to be here at this time.
On the contrary, despite what some people might think, the arrival of big-name-chefs have benefited the food & beverage industry as they provide invaluable experience, and at the same time, they create healthy competition that “forces” other restaurants to up their game.
Over at Osia Restaurant in Resorts World Sentosa, we have Chef Scott Webster from Australia who is a consultant to the restaurant. He plays a big role in influencing the menu along with Chef de Cuisine Douglas Tay.
The restaurant has recently started a ‘Cooking with Friends’ series, where Chef Scott Webster would invite his chef friends to cook in Singapore. For the first instalment back in July, Chef Chris Taylor from Perth created a delectable menu with inspirations from Western Australia, including yellow tail kingfish, sea urchin roe, and truffle.