Recent Sentosa's Siloso GrillFest created a ripple in Singapore F&B scene with its Longest Brick Barbecue Pit. While we know that Sentosa is definitely a holiday island destinations for Singaporean and foreign visitors, Sentosa is also a foodie paradise. It has now more than 120 F&B outlets, definitely has something to satisfy your discerning palate.
From those splendid selections, these few outlets are highly recommended by Chubbybotakkoala.com
Located at ONEº15, this Seafood & Cantonese restaurant is opened to the public. It served one of the best Chilli Crab that LD & I have ever tried in Singapore. The touch of sweet, tangy and spicy egg gravy was so addictive, each person needs about 2 to 3 fried mantou to polish the chilli crab gravy.
The rest of the dishes truly represent the Cantonese influence in the dish. The double boiled soup is a must order to start your meal. It is clean and nutritious broth will warm up your stomach in anticipation for the main dishes to come. Dim Sum is available on the weekend.
To accompany the sumptuous meal here is the stunning view of luxurious yachts docked at the marina. It is a what I called Millions Dollar View.
11 Cove Drive
Level 1 ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove
T: +65 6305 6998
Lunch Tue – Sat: 11.30 – 14.30
Lunch Sun & PH: 11.00 – 14.30
Dinner Tue – Sun & PH: 18.00 – 22.00 (LO 21.30)
Closed on Mon, except on PH
#2. OSIA Seafood and Grill
OSIA Seafood and Grill earned its first Michelin Star in 2016. It is likely to retain this recognition with the strong collaboration between Celebrity Chef Scott Webster and Chef de Cuisine Douglas Tay.
The highlights of the food here are their Stone Hearth Flat Bread, Stone Hearth Oven Grill Byron Bay Berkshire Pork and of course the to die for soufflé. On the first bite, the flat bread has a distinct crispiness in the crust, follow with moist, fluffy and resilient texture in the middle.
The Berkshire Pork is in the class of its own. The cut is generously thick, cooked just right with slight pinkish in the middle but absent of blood. It is well seasoned, tasty, tender and succulent. It is so tasty that I almost did not touch the fresh hollandaise sauce. There is nothing much to say about the soufflé, except for you will regret it if you don't order.
The portion served at OSIA is generous and suitable for family and communal dining. With the open kitchen concept, you can also have a peek at Chef Douglas Ng and his team at work.
OSIA Seafood & Grill
Resort World Sentosa
(Level 2 World Square)
26 Sentosa Gateway
T: +65 65776560 / 6577 8888
Thu – Tue: 12.00 – 15.00, 18.00 – 22.30
#3. Greenwood Fish Market
One of the best places to enjoy your seafood. It has almost everything you need about seafood. Retail market, bar and dining location all in one location.
The selection here is extensive starting from fresh fish for cooking and sashimi, oysters, shellfish & crustaceans. On top of that, Greenwood Fish Market also have burger, pasta, and meat on their menu. To make the food more interesting, the restaurant also do in house cold smoke.
My most memorable dining experience here is during the oyster festivals. The range of oysters they brought in from different part of the world was so extensive and fresh, I ate about 15 type of oysters in one seating. A definite Oystergasm!!
There is no better place to enjoy your seafood with the beautiful view of the sea. Known for its fresh seafood, including their extensive seasonal range of oysters and in-house cold smoke. Greenwood Fish Market is definitely a must visit.
Greenwood Fish Market @Sentosa
31 Ocean Way
Quayside Isle Sentosa Cove
T: +65 6262 0450
Tue – Sun: 12.00 – 14.30; 18.30 – 22.00
Bar and Retail Market: 12.00 – 22.00
Closed on Mondays.
If you need further option, you can check out http://www.sentosa.com.sg/feast for more details. Cheers!!