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Restaurants in Sentosa

 Sentosa: Sun, sea… restaurants?

An island resort situated off the southern tip of Singapore, Sentosa draws up to 20 million visitors each year, making it a top destination among both locals and tourists alike. Although most visitors flock to Sentosa for popular attractions such as the Universal Studios theme park, Fort Siloso or the beaches that dot its coastline, Sentosa’s restaurants are also a draw in themselves. Whether you prefer casual dinner and drinks to gorgeous views of the sunset or an intimate five-star dining experience at one of the premium hotels on the island, there’s plenty to pick from Sentosa’s crop of restaurants. Simply hop onto the Quandoo website or app to check out our list of restaurants on Sentosa, apply filters according to your preferred cuisine and price range, check out reviews and reserve ahead to score the best seats at your restaurant of choice.

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Coastes

Coastes

Sentosa
International$$$$
4.7/630
Museo

Museo

Sentosa
International$$$$
4.8/641
Sabio By The Sea

Sabio By The Sea

Sentosa
Spanish$$$$
4.3/631
ilLido At The Cliff

ilLido At The Cliff

Sentosa
Italian$$$$
4.4/618
The Garden

The Garden

Sentosa
International$$$$
5.5/66
Sand Bar

Sand Bar

Sentosa
Bar$$$$
5.8/64
The Knolls

The Knolls

Sentosa
International$$$$
5.0/611
Royal Albatross

Royal Albatross

Sentosa
Caribbean$$$$
5.5/62
Cassia

Cassia

Sentosa
Chinese$$$$
5.1/68
Wave House Sentosa

Wave House Sentosa

Sentosa
International$$$$
4.7/610
Bob's Bar

Bob's Bar

Sentosa
Bar$$$$
5.3/63
Kwee Zeen

Kwee Zeen

Sentosa
International$$$$
5.0/61
LeBar

LeBar

Sentosa
Bar$$$$
4.7/63
Gin Khao Bistro

Gin Khao Bistro

Sentosa
Thai$$$$
Shutters

Shutters

Sentosa
International$$$$
Tier Bar

Tier Bar

Sentosa
International$$$$
Earl of Hindh

Earl of Hindh

Sentosa
Indian$$$$
5.1/615
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    World-class dining at Sentosa’s restaurants

    Think of the food you’ve had at most tourist spots, and what comes to mind is usually that of the bland, overpriced and subpar variety. Given Singaporeans’ penchant for amazing bites, however, it’s hardly surprising that some of the restaurants on Sentosa are home to the world’s biggest names, including those of Michelin-starred stock. Indulge at one of two restaurants by French celebrity chef Joël Robuchon located at the Resorts World Sentosa, or indulge in hearty Italian flavours at Fratelli, helmed by brothers Enrico and Roberto Cerea of Italy’s Da Vittorio fame. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to dine underwater, as schools of aquatic life pass you by? The aptly-named Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora allows you the opportunity to experience that, and for a truly luxurious experience you won’t easily forget, there’s even the Royal Albatross, which takes you on a one-of-a-kind barbeque dinner on high seas, aboard Singapore’s first and only deluxe four-masted, 22 sail Tall Ship.
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    Sentosa’s restaurants feed every budget and craving

    Of course, it’s not all about fine dining at Sentosa’s restaurants; visitors on a budget, too, have lots of wallet-friendly options to choose from. Feast on authentic Malaysian flavours and take in charming old-town vibes at Malaysian Food Street, or slurp up delicious curries at Kurry Korner on Siloso Beach’s Makan Square. No island getaway is complete without a leisurely brunch, so why not treat yourself to one at a restaurant on Sentosa? Set yourself up for the day the inexpensive way at Coastes, then go for a swim or relax with your current read directly on its premises to stunning beachfront views and the tranquil sound of waves crashing gently against the shore.
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    Sentosa’s restaurants and bars are all about seaside pleasures

    Yearning for more pleasures by the sea, culinary or otherwise? Sentosa’s restaurants situated along the coast will blow you away. The waters around the island may lack massive waves to make it a surfers’ paradise, but surfing is nonetheless possible on the 10' FlowBarrel wave at Wave House Sentosa. And should you prefer art to sport, you can’t miss out on Museo – a tea lounge, restaurant, bar and a social painting studio where canvases and art supplies are part of the draw. Following all that, unwind with an assortment of classic Spanish hot and cold tapas at Sabio By The Sea, then dance up a storm into the wee hours at Tanjong Beach Club’s famous Full Moon Party. You won’t get enough of island life with suggestions for Sentosa restaurants and bars, so don’t put off exploring them any further; have a look at our listings today and book ahead for a fuss-free time at your favourite ones today!