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Shutters

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Located within Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, Shutters restaurant serves contemporary Asian and Western cuisine prepared by chefs in an open-concept kitchen.

Daily: 07:00 - 10:30

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 68253866
$56 based on 9 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), Quiet (4 votes), Romance/First Dates (3 votes)

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Chanced upon a Groupon voucher to have a 3-course dinner for 39++. The deal comes with starter, main course and dessert. I choose their lobster bisque which was a lovely seafood-y taste. The soup had bits of lobster which was really nice. It's not too thick which was what I liked. Hubby chose Foie Gras which was nice and all. But the slice of liver over a small toast couldn't compare in size to a large plate of lobster bisque. Hubby pouted as I happily drank my soup! We all ordered the overnight braised beef cheeks and it was melt-in-your-mouth tasty! The rather-thick piece of meat sat over a bed of mash potatoes. Very very good. Dessert was lemon lime sorbet. Very artistically put together and tasty quite good. The small berries were just way too tart. The service was very attentive but that's because there was really no much patrons at the restaurant. With the right vouchers, I'll come back again!

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• 13 Nov 2015 • 421 reviews • 13 followers

Great Service and Food

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Chanced upon a Groupon voucher to have a 3-course dinner for 39++. The deal comes with starter, main course and dessert. I choose their lobster bisque which was a lovely seafood-y taste. The soup had bits of lobster which was really nice. It's not too thick which was what I liked. Hubby chose Foie Gras which was nice and all. But the slice of liver over a small toast couldn't compare in size to a large plate of lobster bisque. Hubby pouted as I happily drank my soup! We all ordered the overnight braised beef cheeks and it was melt-in-your-mouth tasty! The rather-thick piece of meat sat over a bed of mash potatoes. Very very good. Dessert was lemon lime sorbet. Very artistically put together and tasty quite good. The small berries were just way too tart. The service was very attentive but that's because there was really no much patrons at the restaurant. With the right vouchers, I'll come back again!
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• 11 Apr 2014 • 164 reviews • 1 follower

Recommended Relaxing 3 Course Dinner Set Meal!

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For full review & photos, please visit: http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/04/3-course-dinner-at-shutters-amara.html

We went for the OCBC 1-For-1 Dinner Set Meal.

Overall the service was impeccable! We haven started with the bread and the soup already served so fast! So i told the server to serve our meal slowly and they really communicated with each other. The other staff really came to check with me first if they can serve the next course. This is what i called impeccable service - They listen and they did it! Besides the service, they were also very polite, made us feel the whole dining experience was a very good one! 

If they can provide coffee/tea in the set meal will be even complete!
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• 28 Aug 2012 • 2121 reviews • 264 followers

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As I was staying over at Amara Sanctuary recently, I decided to opt for the breakfast option at Shutters.

Being the only breakfast option, the place was certain crowded. However, the options were not fantastic.

From the cold platter there was smoked salmon and cheese.

From the hot plates section they had sausages, bee hoon and glutinous chicken rice - with an egg station to have it done the way you want it.

There are also French toast and pancakes for those who need their flour fix.

Food was average, but did alright to fill the stomach - unfortunately nothing much to shout about here.

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