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(Closed) The Dining Room (Tanjong Beach Club)

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Tue - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat & Sun: 10:00 - 00:00

Closed: Mon

+65 62701355
$54 based on 14 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (7 votes), Dinner (6 votes), View/Scenery (6 votes)
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Beach view, ambience, tasty steaks and good service...

Saturday nite. Went there for the 1st time at 6pm and only saw one table occupied. Expecting the worst and thinking that it was gonna be another of those "you have to pay for the ambience" experience, our inspection of the menu made us even more skeptical.

We ordered hanger steaks, whole snappers, The burger, kids burger, fish and chips and truffle fries for our party of 8 and waited for about 15mins for the food to be served. Boy were we impressed by the quality of the hanger steaks. Cooked to medium rare perfection, it was full of flavor and to be frank, my first time having this cut. Surprisingly tender for such a cut, it was well worth the price we paid for it! No complaints for the rest of the dishes around the table although the burgers were a little dry for my liking.

The complimentary shooters were a nice touch as well to start our dinner and service was attentive throughout. We were also impressed by our waitress Abigail who was knowledgable and genuinely pleasant with good service attitude in ensuring we enjoyed our dinner experience.

 Yes we will be back!

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• 08 May 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Beach view, ambience, tasty steaks and good service...

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Saturday nite. Went there for the 1st time at 6pm and only saw one table occupied. Expecting the worst and thinking that it was gonna be another of those "you have to pay for the ambience" experience, our inspection of the menu made us even more skeptical.

We ordered hanger steaks, whole snappers, The burger, kids burger, fish and chips and truffle fries for our party of 8 and waited for about 15mins for the food to be served. Boy were we impressed by the quality of the hanger steaks. Cooked to medium rare perfection, it was full of flavor and to be frank, my first time having this cut. Surprisingly tender for such a cut, it was well worth the price we paid for it! No complaints for the rest of the dishes around the table although the burgers were a little dry for my liking.

The complimentary shooters were a nice touch as well to start our dinner and service was attentive throughout. We were also impressed by our waitress Abigail who was knowledgable and genuinely pleasant with good service attitude in ensuring we enjoyed our dinner experience.

 Yes we will be back!

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• 28 Mar 2012 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

a nice sunday brunch

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It was a lovely sunny sunday and we decided, with some friends to go to Sentosa.

Playing some beach volley on Tanjong Beach, we had a snack in the Tanjong beach Club in the middle of the afternoon.

The first thing I appreciated was the cocktails they serve. Very refreshing and always a pleasure to have a tropical cocktail on a hot sunday…

Foodwise, we ordered a few things and all shared : Fish and Chips, Spicy Quesadillas, Tanjong Salad…

The fish and chips are good, the batter is crispy and the flesh is juicy. However, I don’t really like the sauce that goes with it.

The quesadillas were not spicy at all, but nicely charred and satisfying.

The Tanjong Salad was the winner of the day : goat’s cheese, wild rocket, cherry tomatoes, dates and a nice dressing with a zing! definitely a must try!

The ambiance is very relax : families, kids playing in the pool/on the beach, but there is also a lot of Ang Mohs + SPGs (some very nice bikinis!)…

So, basically, ideal for a cool brunch with the hip crowd…

http://mastertaster.wordpress.com/2012/03/28/tanjong-beach-club-the-dining-room-sentosa/

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• 22 Feb 2012 • 49 reviews • 1 follower

A Meal with a View

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Tanjong Beach Club has a really lovely view of the ocean, and the brunch menu is pretty decent. We had the Chicken and Corn Quesadilla (SGD 14.00), TBC Pancakes (SGD 12.00), and TBC Black Truffle Fries (SGD 14.00). Service was efficient, and our waitress was extra friendly and accommodating. Pricing for the food is acceptable, though I feel the drinks are too expensive for my liking (coffee averaging at SGD 7 and a bottle of Heineken at more than SGD 20!). Overall it was a pleasant experience, and the location and ambience is enough in itself to warrant some repeat visits.

For photos and a detailed review of each of our orders, check out:

http://goodfoodishappiness.blogspot.com/2012/02/tanjong-beach-club-meal-by-ocean.html

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