The Sentosa Food Fest has already started on 21 October and will continue for 10 consecutive weeks, all the way till 31 December.
As the festival begins with the returning Sentosa GrillFest (till 13 November), the inaugural Sentosa Restaurant Trail begins today till 17 November.
At the Sentosa Restaurant Trail, you’ll get to discover Sentosa’s variety of gastronomical experiences and indulge in special curated lunch or dinner set menus that allow you to enjoy more for less.
To find out what the programme offers, AVENUE ONE visited the kitchen table at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove and tried its three-course lunch menu, priced at S$50++ per person.
This opens with a starter – you’ll get to choose among the Kale Caesar Salad, Iberico Pork Jowl, or Vegan Tofu Poke Bowl. Of these, we enjoyed the Iberico Pork Jowl, which was perfectly marinated and has a generous serving of meat, considering it was an appetiser. This was a dish that we would definitely re-order when we visit the restaurant again.
Among the mains – Panchratna Dal, Pan-seared Barramundi, and X.O Seafood Fried Rice – the Dal was the stand-out item for us. This has well-balanced flavours that even those who aren’t usually fans of spice may enjoy.
Desserts can be chosen among Tiramisu, Lemon Meringue Tart, and Sticky Salted Caramel Mille Fueille. We certainly recommend the Sticky Salted Caramel Mille Fueille, which was our second favourite dish after the Iberico Pork Jowl.
For S$50, this was a good value-for-money meal to enjoy, especially if you want to have a nice “getaway” during lunch-time, as you enjoy the picturesque Sentosa venue as you dine.
For the full list of participating restaurants, check out the Sentosa Restaurant Trail webpage.
After the Sentosa Restaurant Trail, look forward to the rest of the programmes under the Sentosa Food Fest: Sentosa Food Truck Fiesta (18 to 27 November) and Craft Beer Jamboree (25 November
to 4 December). Visit the Sentosa Food Fest website for more information.