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Who would’ve ever thought that some of Singapore’s best Tex-Mex dishes could be found on a boat? It’s true! Found on the main deck of Stewords Riverboat, located at Marina South Pier on Marina Coastal Drive, Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill serves up fresh and authentic quesadillas, chimichangas, nachos, fajitas and American-style steaks – on a paddle steamer . It doesn’t get much better than that. Come see what it’s all about every day of the week from 12pm to 3pm for lunch, or 6pm to 10pm for dinner.
Good food. Good atmosphere. Not the best but is still good.
Food is good but not fantastic. Good atmosphere as well.
it was ok food for is just ok service was average
Back in 1999, Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill opened up its doors in Singapore, long before Tex-Mex became the food of choice for hungry students and late-night partygoers. With over a decade behind it, Santa Fe has established itself as one of the leaders in the city’s Tex-Mex dining scene, and today it can be found serving up the same great cuisine on Stewords Riverboat, Singapore’s very own floating F&B and lifestyle venue . Found at Marina South Pier down Marina Coastal Drive, the restaurant offers an experience unlike any other in Singapore . Heating up Stewords Riverboat with an impressive offering of Tex-Mex favourites, American classics and traditional Mexican dishes, Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill is beloved by foodies from all over town. We’re talking sticky baby-back ribs, massive steaks, sizzling fajitas and, best of all, chimichangas. Yes, Santa Fe at Marina South Pier serves chimichangas, and if you’ve never eaten one before, it’s time to get on it. Imagine an array of vegetables, gooey cheese, fluffy rice, and grilled meats all rolled up tightly in a big tortilla and deep fried – that’s a chimichanga. There’s plenty more where that came from at Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill. Did we mention it’s on a Mississippi steam boat? Be sure to reserve in advance.