Brought the whole family to Sentosa for a day out at the beach. It was a very hot day and all of us were hungry, thirsty, and tired before noon, so we decided to feed our growling tummies before continuing with the rest of our activities.
As the nearby foodcourt was really crowded (think there is a family day event going on), we headed back to the Beach Station to check out other dining options. Discovered an air-con restaurant selling local food fare very near the Beach Station, and decided to give it a try.
Our family ordered Beef Kway Teow, Spaghetti Napoli and 2 sets of Chicken Rice. The staff was very nice to provide water for the kids at no extra charge, but informed that adults will have to order drinks (they don't serve iced/warm water for adults). In my opinion, the quality is not too bad. The minus point is of course the prices, as we could have eaten similar items at the foodcourt for half the price. But I guess it's a price to pay for avoiding the crowd.
Ambience-wise, a simple air-con restaurant to refresh and get away from the heat.
Oh, and I'm surprised they don't charge service charge, only gst.
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