Enjoy 10% off all a la carte items at Native Kitchen and 2 hours of complimentary parking at Village Hotel Sentosa

From now till 30 November 2022, Village Hotel Sentosa offers two-hour complimentary parking during lunch and dinner from Mondays to Thursdays. Sentosa Islander members will also enjoy 10% off all a la carte items at Native Kitchen.

About Native Kitchen

Native Kitchen is a casual all-day-dining restaurant located at the Village Hotel in the heart of Sentosa. Guided by its concept ‘Eat Like a Local’, it presents a repertoire of local favourites and classic Western dishes that entice diners from near and far, while showcasing Singapore’s rich and diverse culinary landscape.

The lush interior, with its tropical rainforest-inspired motifs, colours, and materials, reflects the restaurant’s beautiful setting and creates an ambiance that is vibrant yet relaxing.

Signature dishes of Native Kitchen

Bebek Goreng

A classic Balinese dish, the duck is marinated for a day in galangal, lemongrass, ginger, and shallots; lime juice and kaffir lime leaves are added to accentuate the flavour of the poultry.

On the same plate are fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbage, tempeh, and deep-fried firm tofu. A comforting clear chicken soup and a dipping sauce of house-made sambal and kicap manis are served on the side.

Nasi Lemak

This signature Nasi Lemak features flavoursome coconut rice adorned with the natural hues of blue pea flower and served with five delectable accompaniments. Enjoy succulent fried chicken thigh, piquant petai sambal shrimps, refreshing achar, luscious sunny side up, and the house-made ikan bilis sambal.

The chicken thigh is marinated overnight in turmeric, lemongrass, shallots, garlic, ginger, and curry leaves, and topped with a crispy crumble of deep-fried galangal.

Prawn Noodle Soup

The large river king prawn offers a distinctive savoury profile, while the flavourful stock in this well-loved local dish is prepared with prawn heads, chicken, and pork bones simmered for over 12 hours to coax out deep nuances.

Atop the noodles are slices of tender pork belly that have been slow-cooked in prawn broth and sliced like a ramen chashu. The soulful bowl also includes beansprouts, kangkong, fish cake slices, and a hard-boiled egg.

Singapore Laksa

Native Kitchen presents an elevated rendition of the classic noodle dish. The scrumptious bowl brims with ingredients such as baby lobster, scallops, fish cakes, tofu puffs, and a hard-boiled egg.

Every strand of rice noodles is coated with rich and flavourful laksa broth infused with the natural sweetness extracted from the baby lobster.