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With an enticing menu boasting flavourful dishes from around the region, get a taste of countries such as India, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Choose from a variety of mains or side dishes to sample a wide selection of different cuisines at the same table! Tastes of Asia will definitely satisfy the most adventurous taste buds, as well as those looking for something closer to home. It's Asia's best tastes under one roof! continue reading
Opening Hours
10:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
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Signature Dishes
Indian Tandoori Chicken Hainanese Chicken Rice Laksa Roti Prata Satay
Review (2)
Level4 2012-02-12
My friends and i had the ala-carte buffet, which offers local dishes. We were initially quite excited until we tried the food. The buffet choice is really limited, less than 20 dishes to choose from. We ordered nasi briyani, dumpling soup, mee rebus, prawn noodles, fish fillet with chips, chicken rice, roti prata and chicken curry to share. The prata was bad, neither hot nor crispy. The rice of the nasi briyani was quite bland and dry. The rest of the dishes were also average only. Overall we were quite disappointed as we expected really good local food at Sentosa since it is place for tourists. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
I had to stand like a child being lost, walking around the restaurant waiting to be seated. One crew was busy serving while the rest were near the counter chit-chatting. The table I chose to sit at was wet, when I looked at the waitress, she looked backed at me. Not that I'm physically attractive but she just stared at me! I had to open my mouth to request for a clean-up before settling down. Food wise, I tried the Singapore Chilli Crab. Comes along with a baguette which tasted like it was left in the open for 8 hours. The chilli sauce was mediocre. Tasted more sourish than spicy-sweet, not to mention it was slightly watery. Crab was almost equivalent to soft shell crab, which didn't exactly looked like what was on the menu. The only thing that tasted moderately well was the Cheng Teng. If you must take something there to fill your stomache, I reckon NOTHING but Cheng Teng.I had to stand at the payment counter for 1 minute before being served by the cashier. No eye contact at all. No thank you. Nothing. Haiyo... continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)