What do we love about Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove? It has a fantastic gone-on-holiday vibe – no matter how many times you visit. With the gorgeous water views, clear expanse of sky and those beautiful yachts at the marina, it doesn’t feel as if you’re still in Singapore. All this without actually travelling – or travelling far from home.
It’s also a dining destination that’s been specially curated for different and varied occasions, whether it’s a celebratory lunch with colleagues, a romantic night out with your better half, a festive get-together with your BFFs, or a weekend out with family and kids where all you want to do is chill and relax.
Sail over to Quayside Isle to enjoy the four Christmas menus and treats featured here, or satisfy your craving over a diverse spread of international cuisines, from fine restaurants to casual cafes, with your loved ones. There’s Mediterranean (Big Fat Mama; Miska Cafe), Indian (Earl of Hindh), local hawker fare (Let’s Eat!), Greek (Mykonos on the Bay), Spanish (Sabio by the Sea, Tapas Bar & Grill), Italian (SolePomodoro Trattoria Pizzeria), and casual cafes (Greater Lot by Cedele; Joe & the Juice; Schmear).
Instead of the usual hams, roasts and traditional Christmas food, why not choose Asian cuisine? Thai restaurant Gin Khao Bistro (#01-12) has a steamboat set for four at $99.80++, and a selection of Christmas ciders with flavours like mango, raspberry, passion fruit and strawberry lime. Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House (#01-13) is serving up a whole slow-roasted Spanish-Style Suckling Pig at the special price of $198++ (UP $238++). How’s that for a celebratory meal?
Seafood lovers can rejoice at the sheer variety at Greenwood Fish Market (#01-04/05), which has a super-fresh sea-to-table philosophy. Try the two-tier Cold Platter, with its impressive spread of seafood, enough for two to four diners. It includes steamed Boston lobster, marinated yellow fin tuna, freshly shucked oysters, mussels and clams from New Zealand, tiger prawns, and smoked salmon cured in-house using applewood logs. If you are hosting a party, you can order whole Scottish-farmed Atlantic salmon, poached or smoked.
To wind down after hours, head to Two Chefs Bar (#01-11). Its Mexican and Italian food is sure to hit the spot and be a perfect complement to its curated selection of wines, speciality cocktails, craft beers and premium liquors. Just for the festive season, it’s offering a Prosecco special at $49 a bottle. Top that up to more than $100, and you also enjoy a complimentary tiramisu.
On weekends from Dec 1-31, receive a $10 Quayside Isle dining voucher* when you spend $100. Also, share the most festive and fun photos you’ve taken at Santa’s sleigh with the hashtag #QuaysideIsle to win dining vouchers.
*Other terms and conditions apply
It’s merrymaking at the marina! Quayside Isle offers festive fun this season. Bring home wonderful memories and happy moments atop Santa’s Sleigh. Climb aboard the Christmas Choo Choo train for a ride. Or have the kids bounce to their hearts’ content in Christmas-themed bouncy inflatables. Chill out while enjoying live performances every weekend.
GETTING TO QUAYSIDE ISLE @ SENTOSA COVE
Getting here to dine is easy and affordable.
Driving: Weekday car admission to Sentosa is $2, from 12-2pm, and after 5pm. Complimentary weekday lunchtime parking (excluding public holidays) is available if you enter by 12pm and exit before 2.30pm
Shuttle bus service: Take the Sentosa Express train from VivoCity to Beach Station Bus Interchange and board the complimentary Sentosa Bus B to W Singapore – Sentosa Cove. Or take the Sentosa Cove shuttle bus, at $2 a ride, from VivoCity or Harbourfront bus interchange to Sentosa Cove Village drop-off point.
31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098375.
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