Reviews on Singaporean food in Sentosa Island, Singapore. Sentosa is Singapore’s premier island resort getaway. This 500-hectare resort island is home to an exciting array of themed attractions, award-winning spa retreats, and resort accommodations alongside lush rainforests and golden sandy beaches. Popular attractions among business and leisure visitors include Wings of Time – an award winning night show, the iconic Sentosa Merlion, as well as Madame Tussauds Singapore.
Things to do in Sentosa Island
4 based on 137 reviews
Helmed by Singaporeâs famous celebrity chef Sam Leong, Forest in Equarius Hotel prides itself on contemporary Chinese fine cuisine that goes beyond the familiar. Stepping into the high-ceilinged, spacious interior with a lush rainforest-themed decor, you
Helmed by Sam Leong, the award winning celebrity chef, Forest is a Cantonese-fusion restaurant that serves a plethora of creations that combines the old world wok-style cooking with the new world creativity.Having dined here several times in the past and since its inception, it was sort of home-coming for me to connect with Sam Leong's creativity.Located at the West end of RWS, parking is conveniently located at the Equarius Hotel. The wood coloured interior decor replicates the feeling of being in a wooded area of a forest and the open kitchen & high ceiling evokes a completely open spaced dining experience. In its effort to attract more lunch traffic, their 3 course Executive set lunch is pretty much value for money and wallet friendly too. I was here for lunch but wanted the 8-course dinner with wine pairings menu and the maitre d' was very obliging in setting me up for that.First off was a nice glass of sauvignon blanc from Misty Bay NZ. By the end of the course, we would've down 2 whites and 2 reds, and I must say the selection of the wines were excellent pairing with the food being served.I must say the entire dining experience was very well curated and gustatory, taking you from the mellow savoury to balsamic fiery and switching to mouthwatering savoury to succulent ambrosia.While the salt baked braised abalone was flavorsome, the black truffle was completely lost in this dish as its nutty and earthy aroma was not present and its taste bland by the heat of the baking.I particularly like the braised beef shank was it was so succulent and tender. Ending the meal with a lemon-curd pie to rinse your palate of the rich aftertaste adds a nice finish to the dining experience.Forest is a good place to celebrate one's special occasion and to enjoy Cantonese cuisine with a modern twist.Dear EmbracetheUnknownThank you for taking your time to review Forest via Tripadvisor We are glad to hear you and your friends have enjoyed the dinner with us, we will share your comments with both service and culinary team. Once again, thank you and looking forward to welcoming you back to Forest Restaurant Best regards Zac Zhu Operations Manager
4 based on 538 reviews
Step inside the newly refreshed RISE Restaurant, and be surrounded by a lavish buffet spread of the finest and the freshest. Sink your teeth into a wide variety of international cuisines and feast at ease knowing that we source for sustainable ingredients
This buffet restaurant has something for everyone for breakfast. Chinese, Dim Sum, salads, cheese, smoked salmon, a noodle bar, traditional western cooked items, a Japanese counter with miso soup, pickles, the nicest cooked salmon I've tasted, a fruit station, bread and pastry counter etc.. it goes on and on!But it is expensive so only worth having breakfast there if you can eat a lot or it's included in a room deal.
4 based on 448 reviews
Serving up unique pizzas inspired by local Singaporean tastes as well as Singapore loved classics served in a casual setting. Check out our Asian inspired pizzas here at DePizza such as Chilli Crab Manzza, Nasi Lemak Pizza or our Sashimi Pizza. If you are
Depizza has a very interesting and unique selections of pizzas ranging from mala to a bourbon pulled pork pizza. At first i thought the fusion of taste would be weird but it turned out pretty good! Highly recommended to give it a go! Ps they have very good truffle fries too!
4 based on 160 reviews
Located at the idyllic Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove, Blue Lotus is a casual dining restaurant that serves traditional Chinese dishes over stunning views of the marina. The menu features traditional items with a modern twist and offers their very own sign
Weâd seen that the restaurant was frequently busy and were keen to try. The food was excellent as was the service (mostly). We thoroughly enjoyed the calamari, lemongrass prawns and and pork Bao. For mains we loved the salt baked chicken, Szechuan prawns, Kai lan and sweet and sour pork with lychee. However we were utterly astounded and dumbfounded that the restaurant doesnât serve iced / tap water. Unbelievable in this day and age. We queried and were told it was âcompany policyâ to only serve bottled still or sparkling.
4 based on 264 reviews
We visited for dinner on 1st day of Chinese New Year without prior reservation - given the overwhelming crowd, the crew were fantastic! Good communication on intercom systems, ensuring efficiency from the front door staff managing seating, to the staff taking orders, to the kitchen turnaround. It was clearly explained to us prior to entry that they had run out of Sri Lanka mud crabs and only had Alaskan crabs available. We ordered baby squid, scallops with yam, cereal prawns and seafood fried rice. Food was tasty albeit a bit heavy on taste (but consisered normal for Chinese restaurant.) Bill came up to SGD100 with the towels, condiments and tea. Note: The crew were all experienced staff, very polite and very efficient. I saw multiple instances where they asked "how can I help?" to both customers and to each other. Kudos!
4 based on 58 reviews
Fantastic service & food are fresh. Varieties of sauces to Choose from.Even though has to Q for hours but they keep u occupied-for u to find out ....Thumb up
4 based on 336 reviews
Wow! Asian food court in a very classy, 1940s style decor. Lovely place to eat authentic Asian food. We had the roast pork/chicken, shrimp wonton soup combo (first stall on your left) and it was a hearty and delicious meal. We ate here after visiting Universal Studios and I think people eat here after visiting the theme park. Lots choices. Highly recommended.
4 based on 113 reviews
TWGF is a warm and cosy space designated for you and your friends to come over and enjoy Asian tapas, with a great selection of quality wines to boost. A Wine & Pork Specialist, TWGF has a walk-in wine cellar that holds over 300 different types of wine fr
Cozy small restaurant with nice atmosphere. The food was tasty enough although a little greasy and lacking the spice both the menu and the waiter had promised. We could have done with finger bowls for the prawns as it got quite messy.Service was ok however quite slow.Both the wine and draft beer were great for the price.
4 based on 232 reviews
Cassia invites you to celebrate the Renaissance in Chinese fine dining, taking inspiration from the age-old spice routes in Southern and Western China and the seas around Singapore. Classics are prepared with full respect towards tradition, where the fres
We came for a Sunday lunch and the "easy to park" basement carpark is fully redeemable. On arrival, I was thrilled by the lovely decor and our seats were very comfortable. Three of us chose the set menu which costs a reasonable $59 each. It consists of a choice of six dim sum items, soup, a choice of three meat in dainty portion, a choice of noodles (5 types to choose from) and a choice of dessert. My husband ordered ala carte as he was on a vegetarian diet. All of us had a complimentary glass of hawthorn juice and a dainty appetiser. The dim sum was tasty and not salty. The seafood noodle was very impressive. They gave a complimentary dessert to my husband. We also had a small piece of cheese cake with a candle as we were there on my daughter's birthday.The service was especially good and we felt really pampered by them.After lunch, we walked to view the plaque signifying the meeting spot for the Trump-Kim Summit. I would strongly recommend a meal here to be pampered.Dear Kim025Singapore,Thank you for sharing! I am so happy to know that you and your family enjoyed the lunch and the sumptuous delicacies prepared by Chef Lee and his team were to your liking. Looking forward to welcome all of you back again soon!Warm regards,Andrew BurnsDirector of Food and Beverage
4 based on 285 reviews
We went for high tea at Sentosa Sofitel and loved loved loved the place so much. I felt like a princess walking through the grounds. LeBar wasnât air conditioned but once seated you could feel the comfortable Breeze. Pleasantly surprised by the presentation of the food, really loved the champadat cake but I was actually unimpressed by every other pastry and desert. What won me over was the impeccable service by Alex and Siva. We were seated in the best corner, given complimentary mocktails to cool us down, and the entree I ordered was sent back to the kitchen because it didnât meet the standards of Siva and was complimentary! My Friend and I are so impressed by the two staff who obviously took pride in their work. Really hope the standard of the food can be upped to match the grounds and the service, the deserts are now all form but no substance, to put it bluntly. Thank you Alex and Siva for making our day and for cushioning the disappointing high tea.
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