About Panamericana

Panamericana Singapore is a casual bar and grill concept restaurant that champions the rich culture and cuisines of the sprawling and iconic Pan-American highway that stretching through North, Central and South America. This stellar dining destination is located within the Sentosa Golf Club and is set against the picturesque Singapore Strait. Panamericana has the asador as its heart and the farm-to-fire concept meaning you’ll find succulent grilled meats alongside fresh seafood and regional street food. A very delicious time, indeed. You’ll also find plenty of expertly mixed cocktails as well as plenty of wine, beers and spirits. This is Latin American-style dining at its very best so book a table and head to Panamericana Sentosa on Bukit Manis Road. You won’t be disappointed!

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road
Singapore 099892

Menu Highlights




Cuban-style, chilli citrus salt and manchego

Bone Marrow

Roasted, eschallot-thyme confit, sourdough


Charred, chimichurri, walnuts


Snapper, paw paw, citrus, coconut milk, chilli, coriander


Weekend Brunch

Date: Saturday & Sunday
Time: 9:00am to 3:00pm


Buttermilk, poached apricots, hibiscus cream

Minute Steak

150g, fried eggs, chimichurri

Salmon Cakes

Poached eggs, coriander aioli, cucumber salsa



350g, 7- hour slow roasted, rosemary & thyme glaze

Land & Sea

Crispy pork belly, scallops, chipotle caramel, jicama salsa

Colombian Chicken

Whole-grilled, chilli glaze


250g, rib eye, mustard seed caviar, charred spring onions


Date Pudding

Butterscotch, vanilla bean ice cream

Corn Bread

Crème fraîche, strawberry


Dulce de leche

Main Menu



More about Panamericana, Singapore

So, let’s take a closer look into the menu at Panamericana Singapore, shall we? If you’re dining at the bar and indulging in a cocktail or two, we recommend ordering up the oysters served with a pickled chilli vinaigrette; maple-mustard wings and the pork belly sliders. As for drinks, our favourites are the Panamericana signature 50:50 martini and Pan Am highball made with Monkey Shoulder whiskey, young coconut soda and tea bitters. This is the recipe for a perfect afternoon in Sentosa, folks. You’ll love it!

If you do happen to have a hearty appetite though, we recommend kicking things off at Panamericana Sentosa with starters including scallops served with charred leeks, sea urchin butter and lemon; bone marrow with shallot and thyme confit and the Cuban-style corn. Then, meat lovers will love the Argentinian-style lamb with a rosemary and thyme glaze or the perfectly grilled steak with mustard seed caviar. If seafood is more to your taste, we can’t recommend the Spanish mackerel with herbed yogurt cheese and watercress more. It’s a revelation. Essentially, your best is to book and head to Sentosa Golf Club on Bukit Manis Road. Panamericana is a Latin American-style feast you won’t be forgetting!

13 Panamericana Reviews

13 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
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Michiko B.23 days ago · 2 reviews

We enjoyed a lot this restaurant. Food and service was excellent. Quality of food was outstanding!For sure we will be going back to Panamericana soon.

Sookmei C.a month ago · 1 review

Very good food served here. Corn, burata , lamb and salads recommended. Setting nice. Good view, warm service . Interesting. Open to the public .

Courtney D.2 months ago · 1 review

The view stunning and we enjoyed it with a cocktail on the balcony overlooking the golf course and the water. Moving inside for dinner, the staff were informed and attentive, giving their opinions on a variety of dishes. It is obvious their training includes tasting all that is made by the restaurant, something I always look for as I like a personal recommendation when faced with a new menu. Food was so good! Seafood ceviche was delicate and tasty, chicken wings morish but the whole chicken stole the show. It came with several sauces and dips which were good on their own but ultimately not needed as the main dish stood fine just on its own. Of course I couldn't resist the churros too....... I'm definitely coming back for more.

Johnson T.a month ago · 2 reviews

A very welcoming nice ambient and sea view, the staff are friendly and attentive. Always checking in us if everything was ok. Food portion is ok, only thing is a bit salty for my liking. Overall a pleasant night of family dinner

Anand V.a month ago · 2 reviews

Nice spot. Looked like everyone was celebrating Mother's Day there, including a baby shower. Positives - food came fast and was generally nubbad (kids loved their burgers; Mrs enjoyed her pork and scallops. Empanadas and Burrata and Churros were good . Casual ambience so do dress down if you are headed there for brunch. Negatives - over eager staff who can't wait to clear your table, nudge you about more drinks (a regular glass of draught beer is $14!?! Not even half a pint) etc. Would I return? Possibly. Feels like a brunch you'd being out of towners to.

Stefan D.2 months ago · 1 review

Great and relaxed atmosphere and cozy layout. Drink menu and quality of drinks were excellent. Same goes for the small but focused diner menu. They could have been a bit faster with my wife's birthday cake (had to remind them twice). Other than that, excellent visit.

Minnie W.2 days ago · 3 reviews

Rather mediocre food in a faraway location ( Sentosa ). The steak was the worst part of the meal. It was not only tough but the server did not even ask how we wanted it done. Salads were passable but nothing out of the ordinary. The chicken was probably the best part of the meal but again not outstanding. Mostly forgettable type of food. Unlikely to return.

Charlene F.a month ago · 2 reviews

Great new addition to Sentosa’s dining options. Will be back during the day to enjoy the view (& sample the brunch menu). Hearty portions, good drinks (white wine sangria is the perfect day drink), do save space for the churros.

Sylvia T.2 months ago · 4 reviews

This is my new favourite destination restaurant in Singapore. Great sea view but love the view of the asador too. Lamb was fantastic and a generous enough portion for 2 or even 3, with other small plates.

James M.25 days ago · 1 review

Food is disappointing the lamb was 60-70% fat and the meat chewy. Was told it is a seven hour slow cook but clearly not. Chicken under cooked and skin inedible due to be to burnt. Drink selection and view is good though so would only recommend it for snacks and drinks.