Emmanuel Stroobant Group’s third restaurant overlooks the scenic marina, making it the perfect spot to savor its famous mussels, signature seafood dishes and its extensive list of Belgian beers. Mains by Chef de Cuisine Michael di Placido,such as the braised lamb shank and grilled pork belly, are sure to be popular with meat lovers.
Sports fans are in for a treat at this bistro-bar, which serves pub grub and beverages such as beers, liquors, wines and crafted cocktails, together with the latest sports matches and events on television.
New in the local restaurant scene, this intimate 40-seat Japanese establishment imports most of its offerings from Japan, including the freshest ingredients, rare sakes and artisanal tableware. Its signature charcoal-grilled Kuroge Wagyu beef, kaiseki, sashimi as well as snow crab options are not to be missed.
Be sure to stop by this casual diner to try its Portuguese-style flat roasted chicken and grilled chicken burgers, which come basted in special legendary sauces such as the Grillado signature sauce, mustard-mayo or garlic ranch. Fresh yogurt with fruit or muesli and jalapeno poppers are must-tries as well.
Carnivores, this halal sandwich bar’s for you. Simply pick the meat of your choice and have it served Mediterranean style in freshly baked bread. Those craving for something exotic should tuck into its signature Doner Kebabs—a winning combination of premium meat, spices imported from Germany, and Turkish pita bread.
Simple and unpretentious, this popular all-day dining café serves locally-roasted coffee and fuss-free breakfast options in a chic, laid-back space.
This sophisticated restaurant-bar with an art studio in its premises offers contemporary fusion cusine, a dining-in-a-cup concept and high tea, complemented with alcoholic teas, dietary cocktails, wine and beer—perfect for a weekend bevvy or unwinding after work.
Those with a sweet tooth should drop in at Italian gelateria-bar Note di Sicilia, which makes its traditional low fat gelato with fresh milk from Italy, and sorbetto from seasonal fruits and Italian spring water. Delicious cocktails and frozen shooters are also available on the menu for a post-work tipple (or two).
The well-loved European bistro at Bukit Timah expands to Sentosa with this second outlet, which delivers the same wholesome fare created by chef-owner Steve Kaye, like the delicious pan fried sea bass and mustang pizza.
Expect only the freshest catches at this gastro-bar, which has seafood flown in the same day. There’s also a fine selection of wines and cocktails to complement your seafood options. Got a great recipe for a particular fish? Have it freshly packed for your own home-cooked meal.
The sister of Duxton’s busiest Spanish restaurant continues to impress with its striking and fashionable décor, glorious waterfront views, a new menu of grilled fare, traditional tapas and Spanish wines and beers. If you haven’t already, try the jamón ibérico de bellota (black pig ham) and pair it with delicious sangria.
Pizzas baked in a custom-built traditional wood-fired oven are the order of the day for this casual upbeat spot, which also has a variety of homemade pastas, ravioli and desserts to tantalize your taste buds. As you’d expect, there’s also an extensive wine list to accompany your meal.
This beauty salon is dedicated to provide excellent customer service with its quality hair, nail and spa sessions, along with reputable beauty products amidst an enjoyable atmosphere. Wedding consultancy services are also available for couples preparing for their big day.
An exquisite gourmet shopping paradise for luxury aficionados, this marketplace carries niche, epicurean brands from around the world to satisfy discerning palates.
If you love Provence’s specialties, this retail store will delight you with its wide selection of olive oils, truffle delicacies, tapenades, artisanal jams, chocolates and excellent wines.
Founder Hiroshi Kato replicates the successful formula of his first gallery at Raffles Hotel in this new art space, which showcases works by renowned and emerging artists from Japan, Europe and other Asian countries.
You’ll find a wide range of fine wines from around the world at this prominent wine distribution chain, whether you’re a casual drinker or a connoisseur. Enjoy special off-the-shelf prices when you pick a label to drink on the spot.
Getting to Quayside Isle
Admission charges into Sentosa vary according to time of entry, but if you’re driving in during lunch (noon-2pm) and dinner (after 5pm) on weekdays, admission is just $2 flat for all passengers. Parking at Quayside Isle from 7am-12:59am is $3.50 per entry.
By public transport
Take the Sentosa Express train from VivoCity to Beach Station Bus Interchange and board the complimentary Sentosa Bus 3 to Sentosa Cove Village. Shuttle buses are available every 30 minutes from 8am to 10:30pm daily. If you’re taking a cab, the same weekday lunch or dinner time admission charges for cars apply.