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Shu Jiang Grilled Fish at Resorts World Sentosa is not one to miss. The restaurant serves Asian-fusion seafood dishes in a setting that is inspired by the depths of the ocean. This excellently located restaurant – along the Harbourfront at Resorts World Sentosa, just down Sentosa Gateway – offers ambience as well as sophistication for superlative sea seafood in Singapore.
Visited multiple times, always a good experience. Grilled fish tastes really fresh and the soup base can be customised (eg less spicy, less chilli oil). Side dishes are also very tasty and value for money. Eg fried mushroom and salted fish skin for appetisers, fried chicken cubes for main, and veggies. Good ambience and usually not crowded at all. Overall highly recommended!
Have visited this place many times. What a hidden gem. The grilled fish is super fresh and authentically made with its in house giant oven. Quite a number of sauces to choose from. The side dishes are also delicious and the prices are reasonable. And we were given free ice cream!
Inside Shu Jiang Grilled Fish at Resorts World Sentosa you’ll feel like you’re sat inside an old-style submarine. Look beyond the wooden walls and circular windows and you’ll see live fish gazing in as you dine. It’s really quite a unique experience – one that we certainly haven’t come across anywhere else in Singapore – and you can find it along the Harbourfront, down Sentosa Gateway. When you’re finished observing the spectacular decor of Shu Jiang Grilled Fish at Resorts World Sentosa, it’s time to eat…
As an Asian-fusion restaurant almost everything on the menu is steamed or grilled, which means healthy food and bold flavours. Start with kyuri cucumber and garlic sauce, then consider which fish you’ll have. Sea bass, barramundi or red snapper, topped with a special sauce of your choice. This is some of the best grilled fish you’ll find on the Harbourfront and maybe even in Singapore. Reserve a table now.