Just like its parent island, Sentosa has an abundance of delicious eateries across various cuisines. So, along with all of the excitement and entertainment for you to take pleasure in, your taste buds have much to look forward to as well.
The places to eat in Sentosa island reflect the international nature of its visitors. You can easily find a delicious meal, morning latte or evening cocktail no matter your budget. When planning what to eat in Sentosa that’s a bit more exclusive or experiential, these are some of the top picks.
You might come prepared to experience all the thrills of Sentosa Island trip but the food adventure it offers will surprise you. So, book yourself a Singapore tour from SOTC and get ready for a fun-filled culinary adventure.
A four-course meal prepared and served to you on a cable car ride! You’ll get delectable flavours and views at the same time, best enjoyed with your special someone.
The Ocean Restaurant by celebrity chef Cat Cora is another rare dining experience that’s a favourite with couples. Here you can savour the freshest locally sourced catch, while gazing at the wonderful underwater world from the two enormous glass panels on either side. The restaurant is located at SEA Aquarium, so you can make a timely reservation for after your morning sightseeing visit.
Sessions at the Hard Rock Hotel is another favourite, especially if you’re in the mood to binge. Visit each section of the eatery and go from savoury to sweet, to a cooking workshop! How cool is that?
Fill up with under ten dollars at the infamous Joe & Dough, with a hearty sandwich and a strong brew to get you through the rest of the day.
If you’re looking for what to eat in Sentosa island that’s lighter on the pocket while still heavy on the flavour, the list is a long one. You’ll find exceptional Malaysian at Malaysian Food Street, super Chinese at the 24-hour Ruyi located at Resorts World.
A trip to Sentosa would be incomplete without your typical beach foods and atmosphere. You can check out some of the top shacks and beachside eateries like the Tanjong Beach Club, where you can party and enjoy some great mains.
Trapizza offers amazing Italian cuisine with a beach view just as wonderful. Bora Bora Beach Bar at Palawan Beach, Boater’s and Bob’s Bar are also regular favourites. While adventure pioneers AJ’s Bar & Beach Dining is a great stop when you’re at the island’s bungy tower – though the meal would be better once you’re done with the activity!