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European, Italian, Western
+65 68661977

Tue - Sun: 12:00 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 18:30 - 22:30

Closed: Mon

$120 based on 109 submissions
Dinner (36 votes), View/Scenery (36 votes), Quiet (35 votes) ...

This sharp and stylish restaurant serves contemporary Italian cuisine at an enviable location at Sentosa Golf Club overlooking the sea. Plenty of al fresco seating is available, or chill out in the cool modern interiors. A highlight of the award-winning menu is the wagyu beef cheek with sweet paprika, whipped polenta and black trombette mushrooms.

What others are eating here

  • Chocolate lava cake 3 votes
  • beef tenderloin 3 votes
  • Fettuccine Crab Tomato Sauce 2 votes
  • Foie gras 2 votes
  • pasta with lobster and white asparagus 2 votes
  • Burrata Cheese with Parma Ham and Rucola 1 vote
  • Grilled Beef Sirloin with Rucola and Parmigiano Shavings 1 vote
  • Lobster ravioli 1 vote
  • Parma Ham with Rock Melon 1 vote
  • Tiramisu 1 vote
  • Veal Ravioli with Mushrooms and Truffle Cream 1 vote
  • chocolate souffle 1 vote
  • goose liver 1 vote
  • lobster spaghetti 1 vote
  • pasta 1 vote

Latest Review for il Lido

Overall RatingBased on 86 reviews
Most helpful review:

Good to see...but never to go back

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 3 | Service 1
Total Reviews: 46

I've been there only once but the experience was bad enough for me not to set foot in there. Their service staff were horrible, judging you by your skin color, giving foreigners better treatment with a smile and giving locals a nonchalant reaction. Hey, at the end of the day, we still pay for the food others pay don't we? And a friend of mine went there with their family for brunch and actually brought her kids to the beach prior going for lunch. Hence they were not dressed to the most elaborate, just berms and slip-ons sandals yet they were refused entry. tsk tsk... yes i know there are dress codes, but sometimes putting a little effort for customers will go a long way! I need to emphasize that it was a lunch hour ...not dinner.

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Beautiful place, love it!

Food/Drink 5 | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 28

This Italian classic is tucked away at a cosy corner of Sentosa Golf Club. Leading the way there is this nice vintage wooden boardwalk. Then the most amazing view greets you.

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I love this place, elegant dining. Excellent service too! I would recommend this place for couples celebrating special occasions :)

Their weekend lunch menu going at $58++ per person. I think its worth it. Feel so pampered and well fed at this place. A place for true Italian fine dining. 

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Fine Dining in Sentosa

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 164

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Porcini Mushroom Foam is not some creamy soup, as read from the name. Its foamy appearance comes with the slight mushroom taste that lingers in your mouth before the next course comes along. What I like about this is the tender taste which is not too strong, but just the action to tickle your taste bud and crave for the next dish.


Not in the set menu, complimentary Cheese Risotto Balls from the chef. It's still warm and the cheesy taste although does not flow from the bite of it, but if you are cheese-lover, this could really make you happy.


Cream of Asparagus with Truffle, which is not really my type of taste. I love asparagus, but the idea of mashing it into creamy soup does not goes well with me. But my companion likes it a lot, especially if you are a truffle lover.


Parma Ham with Artisan Burrata. I love the creation of burrata which shaped like an egg, but slicing it open ooze out not yolk, but a mixture of mozzarella cheese and cream. This Italian cheese is not those kind of thick and cheesy type like the "Cheese Fries" we have in KFC, and thus compliment well with the parma ham.


Pumpkin Tortelli with Truffle Bagna Cauda. Can't really make out the semi-transparent golden sheen, but the bottom lays something like greenish dumplings that are stuffed with boiled pumpkin. I am not a pumpkin lover and I do really hate pumpkin at some point of my life, but this is totally just suitable for me. Pumpkin is not too strong, though of course the sweetness of the pumpkin is still there.


Tagliolini with Crab, Amalfi Lemon and Tarragon. It look nice in picture and presentation, but I couldn't really stand the strong fishy taste that I seem to taste out of it. Well, at least my companion is likes it a lot.


Seabass with Caciucco and Herb Dumplings. In my opinion, a dish of fish is excellent when the meat itself is soft and silky-like, and able to absorb well of the sauce that it comes with.


Bone Marrow Crusted Angus Beef Tenderloin, Heirloom Carrots. I wasn't asked how well I would prefer, and it seems to be more like medium-rare. Although it has been a long time I had a medium-rare beef, its juicy meat with a dab of the pumpkin cream complement well.


Hazelnut Coulant with Spiced Chocolate Gelato. Molten cake that contained dark bitter chocolate which will flow out when sliced open. This dessert is not bad in general, but the bitter taste is a tad strong.


Roasted Strawberries with Vanilla & Yogurt Semifreddo. Among the two desserts in the weekend lunch menu, this is my favorite. This simple yet elegant presentation is not only pretty in looks, but also tasty in mouth. Sweetness of the strawberries and sourness of the semi-frozen ice cream cakes literate a well-balanced dessert to end the meal.


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