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Osia

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AustralianFusionSeafoodWestern
Located in World Square at Resorts World Sentosa, OSIA serves contemporary cuisine with Australia flavours and Asia accents infused into the dishes. Their menu changes 4 times a year.

Thu - Tue: 12:00 - 15:00

Thu - Tue: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Wed

+65 65776560
+65 65778888
$96 based on 64 submissions
Dinner (25 votes), Fine Dining (15 votes), Romance/First Dates (15 votes)
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Things are heating up at Resorts World Sentosa! First there's the reintroduction of the weekend lunches at Joel Robuchon restaurants. Then this weekend, Celebrity Chef Andrew Turner of Hotel Café Royal in London is presenting his specially created dishes (13 to 16 May) alongside resident Chef Scott Webster. We started our set dinner with some Stone Hearth Flat Bread served with extra virgin olive oil, butter and dip. Truffled Kalamata Olive and Macadamia Pesto are the hot favorites here and i enjoyed the fluffy hot bread when it was first served. Osia's Char Grilled Fremantle Octopus with cucumber apple slaw and green chili jam failed to impress with its rubbery texture. Osia won me back with their Pan fried Foie Gras by with textures of banana (in espuma and caramelized form), Madagascar vanilla and Jamaican rum. It's a first having bananas paired with foie gras and it was surprisingly a good match due to the savory and salty caramelized bananas. The signature Osia dish is the Perch with sesame ratte potato, pea tendril, soy milk curd and a shiromiso glaze. Light tasting dish with a little sweetness from the miso.

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  • Valrhona Hot Chocolate Soup9 votes
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  • sea perch3 votes
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• 25 May 2015 • 254 reviews • 45 followers

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For more reviews, visit www.ms-skinnyfat.com

Things are heating up at Resorts World Sentosa! First there's the reintroduction of the weekend lunches at Joel Robuchon restaurants. Then this weekend, Celebrity Chef Andrew Turner of Hotel Café Royal in London is presenting his specially created dishes (13 to 16 May) alongside resident Chef Scott Webster. We started our set dinner with some Stone Hearth Flat Bread served with extra virgin olive oil, butter and dip. Truffled Kalamata Olive and Macadamia Pesto are the hot favorites here and i enjoyed the fluffy hot bread when it was first served. Osia's Char Grilled Fremantle Octopus with cucumber apple slaw and green chili jam failed to impress with its rubbery texture. Osia won me back with their Pan fried Foie Gras by with textures of banana (in espuma and caramelized form), Madagascar vanilla and Jamaican rum. It's a first having bananas paired with foie gras and it was surprisingly a good match due to the savory and salty caramelized bananas. The signature Osia dish is the Perch with sesame ratte potato, pea tendril, soy milk curd and a shiromiso glaze. Light tasting dish with a little sweetness from the miso.
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• 19 May 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Good Food, Terrible Service

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We came here for a small celebration. Both ordered the set menu, one with 4 courses, the other with 5 courses. We also had the flatbread. The food is good, well-presented, with quality ingredients. The expectations are met for a good restaurant, but does not have the makings of an excellent one, we did not walk away wow-ed by the food. Our experience was marred by the inability of the wait staff to execute their duties with pride. They were malaise, and at times downright condescending and rude in their communication with us. Unfortunately, this was the case for 3 of the 4 wait staff we encountered. Despite an empty restaurant (only 3 other tables were occupied) and four wait staff loitering the area, the front of house was at a total loss. No one filled our water. We mentioned that we wanted wine with our mains, but no one followed up or offered the wine menu. When we were seated, one wait staff said "We can offer you our flatbread, please choose two toppings". We were later charged for the flatbread, and duly paid. However, this left a poor impression as we did not feel that the wait staff was unaware of the implications of the words she chose. We spent approx $350 for the dinner. For this price, there are numerous other places one could have visited for a memorable dinner with similar or better food quality and service. We will not return, and recommend that if you choose to patronise this establishment, try it for a casual night instead of a special occasion.
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• 04 Mar 2015 • 5 reviews • 31 followers

Good service. Like the food presentation

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wait staff were attentive yet not intrusive. Food was pretty good and I like the way they present the food. Price wasn't very ex considering the ambience and the food quality and portion. I will return again soo
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