Mykonos on the Bay
The buzz: This Greek restaurant is one of Quayside Isle’s newest additions.
The vibe: From the rough cobbled flooring to the quintessential blue and white color scheme found throughout Greece, they’ve definitely gone all out with the Greek-themed décor. The interior’s spacious and overall it’s a laidback spot to dine at.
The food: You’ll find classics like the yogurt spread, tzatziki ($13.90) to go with pita bread ($4), and graviera saganaki ($15.90), that’s essentially fried cheese. Bigger bites on the menu include items like smoked pork belly shave steaks, part of the gyros platter ($27.50). For dessert, there’s baklava ($15.90) and a variety of other treats, like Greek yogurt ice cream ($7.90).
The drinks: There are a range of labels from the main wine regions, such as Australia and Italy ($12-$14 per glass). The cocktail menu is pretty extensive but if you can’t find what you’re looking for they’ll gladly create something for you.
Why you’ll be back: It’s one of the few places on Sentosa where you can get your hands on Greek-Mediterranean fare.