Sentosa is the perfect place for the traveller desperate to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. A stroll along the beach or a simple game of volleyball—the island has everything you need.
Apart from the colourful themed attractions and outdoor activities, Sentosa also satisfies travellers with its amazing restaurants, cafés and bars. Just check out your dining options at www.Sentosa.com.sg!
Another best thing about the island? It also has meals that fit wallets of all sizes.
Save or splurge, it does not matter. Sentosa has the right picks for your budget:
SAVE: Malaysian Food Street
The local fare at Malaysian Food Street boasts of authentic street food your wallet will love. Best-sellers include the Penang Lim Brothers’ char koay teow ($5.50), KL Jalan Alor’s Hokkien mee ($6.60), which comes with chewy and thick wok-charred noodles tossed in soy sauce, vegetables and shrimp. If you have room for more savoury dish, get the Malacca chicken rice balls ($5.00).
SPLURGE: Saint Pierre
Singapore’s take on French cuisine offers a unique twist that invites more tourists to come back. If you want a more exclusive location and are also willing to spend more, go to Saint Pierre at Central Mall.
Apart from the luxurious décor, the restaurant also puts a special emphasis on its vegetarian and seafood menu. Other highlights include quinoa risotto, roasted lobster and foie gras terrine with black truffle. The main dishes cost around $S30-40 while a 10-course degustation will cost $S150.
SAVE: Coastes at Siloso Beach Walk
Coastes is one of the perfect places to lounge in after a busy day. Apart from the relaxing beach vibes, the place is also popular for its affordable and delicious brunch meals.
Their pasta selection is a bit on the pricey side, but the breakfast selection will not hurt your budget. Try the eggs benedict ($18), which comes with runny poached eggs, English muffins and pan fried ham. Cap it off with the $10 yogurt and berries.
SPLURGE: SKIRT at W Singapore
The posh steak house sits near the east of the island and is the go-to choice of meat lovers. The fine dining restaurant offers a selection of fine cuts, which includes Australian Tajima Wagyu beef and Blackmore Japanese Wagyu. Menu starts at the ritzy rate of $S168 per person, but it’s definitely worth a try.
Save or splurge, it does not matter—you have plenty of options. Once you are in Sentosa, enjoy the delicacies and make more delicious memories.