Quayside Isle, an integrated F&B and retail development within the luxurious Sentosa Cove enclave, is an unparalleled dining and lifestyle destination in Singapore. It is the undisputed choice for celebratory occasions – from special dates like Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, and birthdays; to formal business luncheons with associates; a night out with friends; or a weekend brunch with family.
Like a little escape away from our busy city lives? Unwind and embrace the laid-back ambience of Quayside Isle. With a stunning view of the marina and an interesting mix of eateries and lifestyle shops, you can chill out and have fun with your loved ones here, because Quayside Isle is the ideal spot for everyone to indulge in festive dining and celebrations.
From now till 31 December 2013, Quayside Isle http://www.quaysideisle.com/ is having a mall-wide promotion where 20 lucky winners will receive S$300 worth of Quayside Isle vouchers. Simply spend S$120 with maximum 2 same-day receipts to participate in the Lucky Draw. Double your winnings when you spend by MasterCard®! Click here to see the terms and conditions.
Additionally, Quayside Isle has put together numerous dining and retail promotions this Christmas that will leave you spoilt for choices. Here are some that should leave you prepping for the festivities soon:
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).
An unobstructed view of the marina and an array of restaurants & lifestyle retail outlets – A whole new world is born in Singapore. Quayside Isle is a new integrated F&B and retail development within the luxurious Sentosa Cove enclave.
What makes Quayside Isle a place you can return to again and again is its excellent mix of eateries — from affordable options such as Kith and Grillado, to chill-out spots like Sabio by the Sea, Tapas & Grill and Brussels Sprouts – Belgian Beer & Mussels — and a breath-taking view of the beautiful marina. There are few places in Singapore that can match this new spot in terms of its diversity of dining options, as well as the overall ambience.
This is a place where I can come with a few friends to relax over drinks and finger food, or bring my family for celebratory meals during the festive season. It is also great for an intimate gathering with friends or a romantic date with your partner – the setting of the waterfront dining restaurants makes you feel you are on a vacation without even having to leave Singapore.
Below we share some of the highlights of the restaurants at Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove.
When it comes to the best Xiao Long Bao in Singapore, most people will usually think of Din Tai Fung, Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao, or Nan Xiang Xiao long bao restaurant. Along the sleepy Neil Road at the intersection of Chinatown & Maxwell Food Market, there’s a very popular place that serves good xiao long bao? Try to search for Neil Road, and Google will actually prompt “Neil Road Xiao Long Bao”, or “Neil Road Qun Zhong”.
The Lonely Planet Guide refers to Qun Zhong Eating House as the #433 out of 625 Things to do in Singapore. Are the Steamed Pork Dumplings there really so good?