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Blue Lotus

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Blue Lotus is a casual Asian restaurant along Sentosa Cove Quayside Isle. It boost a casual like yet friendly venue restaurant serving classical Chinese dishes prepared delicately by great Chefs.

Mon: 11:30 - 22:00

Wed - Sat: 11:30 - 22:00

Sun: 10:00 - 22:00

Closed: Tue

+65 63390880
+65 63390500
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Gorgeous atmosphere and tasty crabs

Review first appears here on CityNomads.com.... Do not expect to the usual here at Blue Lotus – their signature chilli crab sauce uses chopped herbs and spices such as lemongrass and curry leaves as well as fresh tomatoes and lacks the common starchiness. The chilli oil in the sauce ensures a slow burn in your mouth, but thankfully the ingenious addition of a fresh pomelo topping brings a refreshing burst of sweet acidity that moderates its fire. Inspired by Emmanuel Stroobant’s own love for chilli crab, Blue Lotus’s offering is a fresh perspective on this favourite that is definitely worth the try for die-hard fans.

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  • Chilli Crab1 vote
  • fried fish fillet1 vote
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• 12 Sep 2014 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

Gorgeous atmosphere and tasty crabs

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Review first appears here on CityNomads.com.... Do not expect to the usual here at Blue Lotus – their signature chilli crab sauce uses chopped herbs and spices such as lemongrass and curry leaves as well as fresh tomatoes and lacks the common starchiness. The chilli oil in the sauce ensures a slow burn in your mouth, but thankfully the ingenious addition of a fresh pomelo topping brings a refreshing burst of sweet acidity that moderates its fire. Inspired by Emmanuel Stroobant’s own love for chilli crab, Blue Lotus’s offering is a fresh perspective on this favourite that is definitely worth the try for die-hard fans.
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• 01 Dec 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Chilli Crab on Sentosa Cove

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We went as a party of 6 for brunch, they served great Dim Sum and the best Chilli Crab Ramen we have ever tasted. The dessert was alright - fresh durian puff with cinnamon ice cream. Their fried fish fillet was awesome as well, served with tasty lemon sauce. Service was good, with the managers and staff ring very attentive to all our needs. All in all, an excellent choice!
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