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10 must-visit spots in Sentosa to dine at

More than a destination for fun in the sun, Sentosa offers a treasure trove of dining concepts to delight every palate.


Sited next to Imbiah station and housed within the colonial environs of the Le Méridien Singapore, the World of Whisky (WoW) offers a blend of  elegant history with contemporary sophistication. Situated in the heart of Sentosa, right next to the iconic Merlion, Le Méridien  (previously the Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Singapore) oozes old-world charm with its glamorous architecture. The interior al fresco space comes with crafted wood furnishings, and chandeliers that cast an ambient glow on the Y-shaped Indonesian teak bar table, while the patio offers a view of the Merlion. A Whisky Library at the lounge offers one of Singapore’s most extensive collections of fine and rare premium whiskies. Guests can enjoy exclusive menus of meticulously crafted food and whisky pairings in The Malt, a private dining room within the lounge. Savouring a favourite tipple while reclining on a plush settee accompanied by delicious à la carte tapas promises to be an experience to relish.

Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa; Tel: 6818 3305


With a “Sea to Table” philosophy, Greenwood Fish Market directly imports seafood from Canada, New Zealand, South Korea, Holland and the US. This is where seafood lovers can immerse themselves in Sentosa’s tranquil environment while enjoying a unique taste of the freshest catch. With a new multi-concept — fish market, oyster bar, sashimi counter, bakery and 150-seat restaurant — it sets the bar high to serve up a feast for both the eyes and palate. Customers would find it difficult to choose from the variety of appetising seasonal fish and shellfish, live Maine lobsters, Dungeness crabs, and salmon smoked in-house. At its bar, only one “Happy Hour” price holds throughout the day. To cater to all customers’ needs, the fish market also provides a seasoning service for purchases of fish, while its bakery offers freshly baked European breads.

#01-04/05 Quayside Isle @Sentosa Cove; Tel: 6262 0450


Keep an eye out, gourmands — one of the best chilli crab dishes in the country hails from Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House. Located at Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove, the restaurant serves an innovative and modern interpretation of Chinese cuisine. By incorporating fresh tropical ingredients such as lemongrass and fresh chillies, the signature pomelo chilli crab blends traditional flavours with a contemporary twist — a sprinkling of pomelo flesh offers a refreshing respite from the intense heat. Under the artful direction of acclaimed owner and Creative Director Ricky Ng (formerly Tung Lok’s chief operating officer), Blue Lotus offers an array of distinctive dishes such as the wok-fried Kagoshima wagyu beef tenderloin cubes, as well as mouth-watering desserts such as chilled durian puree shaved ice. Two Blue Lotus concept restaurants will open this year to bring its luscious offerings way closer to city-dwelling foodies.

#01-13 Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove; Tel: 6339 0880


Located near Palawan Island, which hosts the southernmost point of Continental Asia, Cassia at Capella Singapore amazes diners with its elegant 1880s colonial architecture that stands out along  Sentosa’s beachfront. With complete respect for tradition, the restaurant incorporates haute Cantonese techniques into long-established recipes. Pamper yourself with the renowned Chef Lee’s Signature Set Menu by Executive Chinese Chef Lee Hiu Ngai, with highlights that include the delightful double-boiled thick chicken broth with fish maw, and wok-fried Japanese wagyu beef with black pepper sauce. Lunch and dinner set menus include the Nourishing Set Lunch, and the Family and Treasures sets for dinner, comprising items such as steamed Chilean sea bass with black garlic, braised ee-fu noodles with minced pork, braised Imperial Bird’s Nest with crab meat, and more. Weekends at Cassia can be spent sampling the delicious dim sum dishes of your own choice or indulging in a quaint afternoon tea set paired with savoury delights.

Level 3 Capella Singapore; Tel: 6591 5045


The sophisticated yet friendly space that is FOC Sentosa — an extension of Spanish restaurant FOC — is inspired by Barcelona’s beach culture. Located at the eastern end of Palawan Beach, the two-storey restaurant and bar feels like a resort that seamlessly transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces, with a second-storey event space that overlooks the Dolphin Lagoon. Celebrated chef Nandu Jubany and award-winning mixologist Dario Knox were the creative forces behind the food and bar programmes respectively, which combine tapas, paellas and grilled meats and seafood, with summery drinks that bear a Spanish flair. A Mediterranean Tapas menu offers the king crab cannelloni of shredded crab meat rolled in sliced zucchini as a signature appetiser. Its myriad paellas include the meaty Iberian pork paella, and a squid ink version that comprises flavourful rice and squid for a chewy texture. For the selection of meats among the mains, large-format grilled meat such as the USA 365-days grain-fed ribeye and the tender baby lamb rack are guaranteed to please every carnivore. Beat-the-heat drinks such as the Never Ending Summer and Ibiza Martini showcase the Barcelonan drinks culture with an Asian flourish that are perfect for beach parties.

110 Tanjong Beach Walk; Tel: 6100 1102


Inspired by Venice’s Lido and Sentosa — two noted isles of leisure — ilLido at the Cliff, a joint collaboration with restaurateur Beppe de Vito, expresses Italian elegance in its food, service and ambience. The menu features dishes such as the Hokkaido scallop crudo with tuna tatare and sweet peas; spaghetti alla chitarra with lobster, cherry tomatoes and tarragon; and pan-roasted seabass with Romanesco and basil sauce. On every first Saturday of the month, the restaurant presents its famed Saturday Prosecco Brunch, which features Italian fare paired with premium Zardetto Prosecco. Decorated in warm tones of turquoise and mahogany that exude grandeur, it also has an al fresco dining terrace with gorgeous views of the South China Sea.

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa; Tel: 6708 8310/60


Embracing the popularity of Thai cuisine, Gin Khao — literally translated as “eat rice” — symbolises the Modern Thai restaurant’s desire to distinguish itself while promoting the culture of communal casual dining to ensure every visitor feels right at home. Basing its creations on traditional recipes, the bistro offers an authentic selection from street food to national delights at affordable prices. Its must-try watermelon fried rice — the first and only in Singapore — is a unique delicacy recreated from the drier original Thai version to suit local palates, with its own secret sauce. Other highlights include the tom yum seafood soup, crayfish with glass noodles, and mango with black sticky rice, which brings a sweet conclusion to a satisfying feast. Gin Khao Bistro is strategically located at Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove and offers diners an enchanting and serene dining experience.

#01-12 Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove; Tel: 6570 2208


Get into the holiday mood with a visit to Mykonos on the Bay — not the actual Mykonos by the Aegean Sea in Greece, but close enough — in Sentosa Cove. Reflecting the simplicity and beauty of the Aegean landscape, this open-kitchen restaurant is decorated in white and blue using furniture imported from Greece, while an outdoor terrace offers a mesmerising view of the yacht harbour. And the menu complements this immersive experience. Its classic Greek moussaka — an eggplant casserole with braised beef sauce and béchamel — will start your journey right, with the garides saganaki of sizzling prawn in feta and ouzo-flavoured tomato sauce a recommended follow-on. For desserts, Mykonos on the Bay offers the delicious homemade baklava, a pistachio filo pastry bathed in honey syrup, with bitter chocolate and a touch of orange zest in the walnut filling. A Greek tavern-style restaurant in Singapore serving Mediterranean cuisine, Mykonos on the Bay is a getaway to the beautiful European archipelago.

#01-10 Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove; Tel: 6334 3818


Share an intimate meal for two in a private cable car cabin that traverses between the Mount Faber and Sentosa cable car stations. With a backdrop of the splendid Singapore’s cityscape set against the night sky, Dining on Cloud 9 allows guests to appreciate a delectable four-course meal, which starts with a chilled king prawn appetiser or a warm shellfish consommé, followed by the chargrilled Angus beef sirloin or an almond-crusted Chilean sea bass. As the entire sky dining experience lasts about 90 minutes, there is plenty of time to sweeten your night with a dessert of cheese mousse with wild berry compote. Guests can also opt for a specially designed cabin decorated with flowers to create their own garden in the sky. Available from 6pm-7pm daily, sky dining offers couples an exquisite experience and a glorious view of southern Singapore at sunset.

109 Mount Faber Road; Tel: 6377 9688


Launched by a team of expatriate Indian entrepreneurs and taking its name from the ancient civilisation that spanned South Asia’s northern region, Earl of Hindh promises an authentic experience of North Indian cuisine that’s fit for royalty. Living up to its regal ambitions, Earl of Hindh is resplendent with magnificent portraits of Indian kings ensconced in Taj Mahal-style alcoves, with an exceptional view facing the Sentosa Cove waterfront to boot. Start your feast with the Earl-E-Hindh Kakori Kebab of tender minced lamb and Gobhi ke Shaami Kabab of minced cauliflower with Shaami kabab mix. Another all-time favourite is the Murg Malai Kabab, with boneless chicken in a blend of cream, cheese and spices. Determined to discover the finest of Indian cuisine? Ask for specialities such as the Earl-E-Hindh Biryani with Basmati rice and lamb or chicken, and the Jhinga Jaan-e-dum (jumbo prawns marinated in ginger-garlic paste). More than just great food, Earl of Hindh aims to bring the opulence of India’s ancient royalty to discerning diners in modern times.

#01-16 Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove; Tel: 6681 6694 / 6339 3394

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