7 RWS restaurants to eat at in Sentosa

7 RWS restaurants to eat at in Sentosa

Restaurants and bars at Resorts World Sentosa

while Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) Undoubtedly known for attractions like Universal Studios, SEA Aquarium and its casino, it’s also a prime dining destination. Home to a range of fine dining restaurants run by award-winning chefs from around the world, RWS is a great place to enjoy new culinary experiences. Below is a list of the resort’s signature restaurants for you to check out next time you want to enjoy a meal.

Note: Go to RWS website To make a reservation so you don’t miss out!

1. Socialize

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Thai cuisine lovers can pass by So social, a contemporary Thai restaurant featuring a vibrant interior design that evokes the country’s famous tropical landscape. Created in collaboration with renowned chef Ian Kittichai, the restaurant’s menu consists of classic Thai dishes with premium ingredients.

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Try introducing them to pad thai, the Flat rice noodles and Giant river Shrimp ($52+), which consists of giant, juicy river prawns cut in half for easy enjoyment, along with a serving of the familiar sweet and spicy flat rice noodles. Pair this with Fried Crab Meat ($88++)An aromatic dish prepared by mixing fresh crab meat with yellow curry powder, Asian celery and red pepperaccordAnd spring onions. Finally, it’s not a Thai meal without a comforting bowl of tom yum soup. So social Shrimp in hot and sour creamy soup ($32++) It is tom yum at its best – distinctively sweet, dexterous The tom yum taste is complemented by a generous amount of extra-large tiger prawns, shimeji mushrooms, and pungent spices. Thai Herbs for you to enjoy.

Address: Street 8
Working hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm and from 5 pm to 11 pm
Tel: 65776448
Soi Social is not a certified halal restaurant.

2. Feng Shui In

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Nestled within tranquility Aquarius Hotel, Feng Shui In Specializing in fine Cantonese cuisine under the supervision of famous chefs Lee Kwok Kung and Keng Chang. Guests can enjoy their meals in the spacious and airy restaurant, which overlooks the greenery surrounding the Equarius Hotel.

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Expect to find classic Cantonese french fries such as… Fried beef with black pepper sauce ($48++). Here, tender cuts of beef take center stage, accompanied by sliced ​​onionssHot pepper, and thin slices of crispy garlic. There is, too Fried Grouper Fillets with Huai Shan and Fresh Luffa ($52++), which contains jelly-like luffa and crunchy huaishan, also known as Chinese yam, which complement the large, meaty pieces of grouper nicely. One of their most unique items is… Crispy Grilled Pork Belly with Glutinous Rice ($58++). As its name suggests, it is a roll made of grilled pork belly on the outside and aromatic sticky rice on the inside. Served in slices, each bite is a textural treat that highlights the QQ taste of sticky rice and the extra-crispy pork belly skin.

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Address: #01-521 and 522, Aquarius Hotel
Working hours: daily from 11 am to 2:30 pm and from 6 pm to 10:30 pm
Tel: 65776599
Feng Shui Inn is not a certified halal restaurant.

3. Sion

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Led by the brilliant Chef Hal Yamashita, Sion He displays his distinctive style which he calls “Japanese Japanese”. This distinct type of fusion focuses on blending different ingredients and cooking techniques from Japan’s many regions.

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Surrounded by the restaurant’s warm, wooden wabi-sabi décor, guests can enjoy delicious creations like the wabi-sabi dish of the same name. Hal Yamashita Tokyo Premium Beef Curry, a delicious curry dish made with high-quality Hida and Ume beef from Gifu and Shiga Prefectures. You can order this as part of our exclusive lunch bento set $46++Serve with chawanmushi and miso soup, or have a mini version during dinnertime $18++. Another highlight is Kagoshima A4 wagyu beef and sea urchin roll with beluga caviar, which sees slices of ume beef delicately wrapped around buttery and topped with the coveted black beluga caviar. These menus are available all day long $38++. End this sumptuous meal on a sweet note with Japanese Hojicha Blancmange ($10++)a milky jelly dessert filled with hojicha.

Address: Street 8
Working hours: daily from 12 noon to 3 pm and from 6 pm to 10:30 pm
Tel: 65776867
Sion is not a certified halal restaurant.

4. Ocean Restaurant

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Treat yourself to Singapore’s only underwater dining experience at Ocean Restaurant. As if it were gourmet dining From a sponsored list By two-Michelin-starred Chef Olivier Belin, that wasn’t enough, as the restaurant overlooks the SEA Aquarium’s Open Ocean Habitat, providing guests with a stunning view of the aquarium’s marine life during their meal.

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In keeping with RWS’s sustainability efforts, Ocean Restaurant’s seafood-focused meals are prepared using ethically sourced ingredients. A noteworthy dish is the Cauliflower cream. Highlighting Chef Belén’s signature technique of experimenting with contrasting flavors and textures, it features smooth, Subtly sweet Serve the cauliflower puree with thinly sliced ​​cauliflower And caviarthen Topped with a salty Squid ink sauce. Another item from our eight-course decluttering menu is… Grilled scallops. Here, sweet, sautéed scallops are accompanied by slices of delicious, locally smoked beef, and it’s a refreshing dish green celery foam, And a splash of refreshing orange discount. Crispy pieces of Diced celery, pickles and hazelnuts Also decorate this dish by adding variety and depth to the composition.

You can’t miss it Lobster raviolo Either – Formulated from a recipe passed down to Chef Belén from his grandmother, the star of this French rendition of ravioli is a piece of succulent lobster wrapped between two thin sheets of homemade pasta. It’s finished with a rich toasted lobster shell sauce and long, crunchy slices of Granny Smith apples. Sample these dishes and more as part of their dinner menu, priced from US$288++ per person.

Address: #B1-455 & 456, Aquarius Hotel
Working hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11:30 am to 3 pm and 6 pm to 10:30 pm
Tel: 65776869
Ocean Restaurant is not a certified halal restaurant.

5. Healing!

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If you’re feeling adventurous, consider dining in Healing!. The restaurant takes its name from chiva cuisine, a culinary tradition that combines Peruvian and Cantonese ingredients and cooking techniques. As the first Peruvian-Chinese restaurant in Singapore, Chifa! It offers a variety of dishes – from Peruvian siu mai and fried rice to barbecued pork tacos – that will be new and exciting for even the most seasoned and passionate foodie.

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start with Yellowfin Tuna Tamarind Ceviche (S$24+), a beautifully crafted appetizer consisting of chunky cubes of cured yellowfin tuna, fresh avocado, and Japanese cucumber in a tangy tamarind marinade, then topped with pickled radishes and carrots. Follow this with Charcoal Wagyu Shivero ($79++), which consists of tender slices of grilled Wagyu beef infused with a prominent smoky flavour. Alternatively, seafood lovers can eat Hamachi “Al Carbone” Chili Sauce ($52++), grilled yellow collar topped with a creamy and robust Peruvian sauce made with aji amarillo chiles. It’s also recommended that you pair these dishes with a Peruvian-inspired cocktail Chiva Chicano ($25++) It is preferred. It blends macho pisco, passion fruit, agave nectar and ginger beer to create a contemporary interpretation of a sweet and refreshing Peruvian classic.

Address: #01-103, Michael Hotel
Working hours: Monday to Tuesday from 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 11pm, Thursday to Friday from 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 11pm, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 65776558
Healing! It is not a certified halal restaurant.

6. Osea Steak & Seafood Grill

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Osia steak and seafood grill It has been a mainstay of RWS’ Ave8 since it opened in 2010. with Celebrity chef and restaurateur Scott Webster on her headThe restaurant focuses on serving Australian cuisine with premium fresh ingredients sourced directly from the land.

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they Hankook “2GR” Wagyu Beef Rib Eye ($140++)For example, it can be traced back to cattle stations in New South Wales and Queensland, where it is naturally bred to produce consistent marble grades of nine and above. The result is an unforgettably tender steak that melts in your mouth. Likewise, Ossia Iberico Pork Chops ($70++) Features Wagyu Equivalent to pork. With a naturally higher fat content than other pigs, Iberian pigs are highly prized for their unique flavor and marbling that makes them juicier.

And it doesn’t stop there: Humpty Do Barramundi Fillet ($52++) It is likewise sourced from an Australian-owned barramundi farm, which prides itself on its sustainable practices and high-quality taste. Enjoy this delicious appetizer with an accompanying sauce of your choice, ranging from mushroom, black pepper, classic red wine and sour horseradish cream, plus herb butter.

Address: No. 02-140 and 141, Celebration Walk
Working hours: daily from 11:30 am to 3 pm and from 6 pm to 10:30 pm
Tel: 65776560
Osia Steak And Seafood Grill is not a halal certified restaurant.

7. Table 65

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Table 65 Brings fine casual dining to RWS, Stripsping Eliminate the formality of fine dining with our home kitchen concept. Guests sit at a communal table around the open kitchen, allowing the chef to entertain and interact with them as they prepare their meals.

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Although its settings are semi-normal, table65’s offerings are not. With one Michelin star under their belt Since 2020The restaurant’s menu is nothing short of amazing. Priced from US$148++ per person for lunch and US$288++ for dinner, course meals include attractive items such as Tatar veil With saffron, pancetta and caviar served alongside sourdough bread. This follows Langoustinea lobster-like crustacean, plated with pancetta and shallots on a bed of risotto and creamy bacon.

To enter is to give Berkshire pork cheek With polenta, tangy pickled mustard and a side of beans. If you feel really inconvenienced, top up extra credit $70++ To taste their signature A4 Tochigi Wagyu Striploin Instead, carefully arrange it with slices of truffle, squash and bone marrow.

Address: No. 01-104 and 105, Michael Hotel
Working hours: Wednesday – Friday from 6pm to 10pm, Saturday – Sunday from 12pm to 2pm, and from 6pm to 10pm
Table65 is not a certified halal restaurant.

What to eat at Resorts World Sentosa

With such a diverse array of cuisines, you’ll be spoiled for choice at RWS!

As you explore Sentosa Island, consider visiting it Coastsa beachfront restaurant and bar in Siloso Beach.

Find out more about dining at RWS!

Address: 8 Sentosa Gate, Singapore 098269
This post is brought to you by Resorts World Sentosa.

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