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Hard Rock Cafe Sentosa (Resorts World Sentosa)

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This American chain restaurant needs no introduction. Just look at the jaunty 1961 Cadillac hanging over the main entrance. The restaurant serves hearty American meals and live music in roughly equal proportions.

Daily: 11:00 - 01:00

$34 based on 21 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (10 votes), After Work (9 votes), Dinner (9 votes)
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Loved the band!

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Comparing this outlet versus the one at Cuscaden (read here), I'd rather much prefer this place. It seemed cosier perhaps because it is smaller, and the way the stage is positioned to the audience. Cuscaden's is more like a concert stage, whereas you can get a close-up of the band playing at Sentosa's. The staff are extremely friendly too, perhaps because it's a more touristy area.    The burgers are quite average at both places though. Although this time we tried their Mushroom & Swiss Burger ($27), the meat was not really marinated like the previous time we had. Smothered With SautÈed Mushrooms And Swiss Cheese, Topped With Crisp Lettuce, Vine-ripened Tomato And Red Onion. It just didn't taste as delicious as a few years back. Perhaps they'll be relegated as just legends...    Nonetheless, the Famous Fajitas (with Grilled Chicken) ($28) did not fail. There were 4 pieces of soft and warm tortillas in a paper bag, together with rich sour cream in a metal bowl, and ample scoops of cheese, fresh guacamole and veggies. Came separately on a hot plate was their sizzling Grilled Chicken atop capsicuns and onions. You get to choose beef, chicken or combo ($32). It's quite a hands-on dish, i.e. you have to wrap the chicken and wrap like a Popiah yourself, but I felt it was just nice, not too messy if you don't get greedy stuffing too much ingredients into your tortilla. Plus, it seems much less "sinful" than the 10 oz. burger and fries. If you think Chilis do their Fajitas well, then check out Hard Rock Cafe's. This is as good too.    Mushroom & Swiss Burger ($27) Smothered With SautÈed Mushrooms And Swiss Cheese, Topped With Crisp Lettuce, Vine-ripened Tomato And Red Onion.   Famous Fajitas (with Grilled Chicken) ($28) Choice of grilled chicken or beef served with pico de gallo (aka Salsa Fresca, a fresh, uncooked salad made from chopped tomato, onion, coriander leaves, fresh serranos), Montery Jack and Cheddar cheese, fresh guacamole, sour cream and warm tortillas   For a complete review, click here!   Read here for Cuscaden outlet's review.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Nachos4 votes
  • Chilli Crab Dip3 votes
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Famous Fajitas (with Grilled Chicken) ($28)
19 Nov 2014 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Loved the band!

For more photos and reviews, click here!

Comparing this outlet versus the one at Cuscaden (read here), I'd rather much prefer this place. It seemed cosier perhaps because it is smaller, and the way the stage is positioned to the audience. Cuscaden's is more like a concert stage, whereas you can get a close-up of the band playing at Sentosa's. The staff are extremely friendly too, perhaps because it's a more touristy area.    The burgers are quite average at both places though. Although this time we tried their Mushroom & Swiss Burger ($27), the meat was not really marinated like the previous time we had. Smothered With SautÈed Mushrooms And Swiss Cheese, Topped With Crisp Lettuce, Vine-ripened Tomato And Red Onion. It just didn't taste as delicious as a few years back. Perhaps they'll be relegated as just legends...    Nonetheless, the Famous Fajitas (with Grilled Chicken) ($28) did not fail. There were 4 pieces of soft and warm tortillas in a paper bag, together with rich sour cream in a metal bowl, and ample scoops of cheese, fresh guacamole and veggies. Came separately on a hot plate was their sizzling Grilled Chicken atop capsicuns and onions. You get to choose beef, chicken or combo ($32). It's quite a hands-on dish, i.e. you have to wrap the chicken and wrap like a Popiah yourself, but I felt it was just nice, not too messy if you don't get greedy stuffing too much ingredients into your tortilla. Plus, it seems much less "sinful" than the 10 oz. burger and fries. If you think Chilis do their Fajitas well, then check out Hard Rock Cafe's. This is as good too.    Mushroom & Swiss Burger ($27) Smothered With SautÈed Mushrooms And Swiss Cheese, Topped With Crisp Lettuce, Vine-ripened Tomato And Red Onion.   Famous Fajitas (with Grilled Chicken) ($28) Choice of grilled chicken or beef served with pico de gallo (aka Salsa Fresca, a fresh, uncooked salad made from chopped tomato, onion, coriander leaves, fresh serranos), Montery Jack and Cheddar cheese, fresh guacamole, sour cream and warm tortillas   For a complete review, click here!   Read here for Cuscaden outlet's review.
01 Jun 2014 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Hearty

{Visit lazyfoodies.com for a full review with pictures}   An American classic diner where food portions are so huge (for us Asians) that we can totally devour them in fat kid style.   Hickory BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger Thick full beef burger with homemade Hickory BBQ sauce, caramelized onions, crisp seasoned bacon and melted Cheddar cheese. It’s a yummy mess.
26 Jun 2013 • 36 reviews • 0 follower

Sheer brilliance!!!

I ordered the nachos and the sirloin steak and it was so good!!! The food tasted like heaven! The ice-cream was good as well!
13 Feb 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

poor service

Service is slow. It took them ages to serve ice water. No greetings. No eye contact, no smile and do not acknowledge when customer says Thank You.
09 Oct 2012 • 408 reviews • 13 followers

Rock ‘n’ Roll nostalgia

If not for K’s discount voucher we mightn’t have thought of dining here, ever! Another impetus was RWS felt so desolate with restaurants either already closed or about to. At almost 9pm on a weekday, Hard Rock Cafe was still bustling and we needn’t rush through dinner.

We zeroed in on the chili crab dip ($15, $12.75) which came with a choice of chinese buns or fresh corn tortilla chips. Naturally we opted for deep-fried mantou but since we were left with a huge portion of the delicious dip we ordered extra corn chips ($3, $2.55), and wiped it out to the last drop. It’s full of flavor without being overly spicy and there were even chunks of crabmeat.

The grilled chicken quesadilla ($20, $17) consisted of grilled chicken and pineapple tossed in a homemade tangy bar-b-que sauce with melted jack cheese, and stuffed in a chili-dusted tortilla. Served with freshly made salsa, guacamole and sour cream, the wrap was bursting at the seams with delectable filling while the edges were still a little crispy.

Even though we only ordered two starters and a serving of corn chips, we ended up so full we had to forgo desserts. Our meal sure was hearty and with classic Rock ‘n’ Roll music playing in the background (complete with MTV on the screen) I was reluctant to leave so soon. As we made our way out, we couldn’t help but stop to gawk at the stupendous display of costumes and musical instruments.

On the other hand, service was a tad slow. It took us several tries to get anyone’s attention and the restaurant wasn’t busy at all. Furthermore, it’s curious how the cashier computed the additional charges. Service charge was levied on the un-discounted figure ($38) but GST was levied on the discounted one ($32.30). Strange!

Total damage: $38.65 (15% voucher)