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The Kitchen Table

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Welcome to The Kitchen Table at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, where giant overturned tables suspended from the ceiling set the tone for this whimsical eat-venture, and rubber ducky salt and pepper shakers and colourful cutlery on everyday add a dash of fun to convivial dining. At six live cooking stations, chefs work their magic on dishing up a la minute platters – you can literally taste the freshness brimming from the raw bar’s shellfish selection, just-steamed dim sum, crisp salads, succulent seafood, crackling wood-fired pizzas and aromatic tandoori. Enjoy it all with good friends and family, indoors under chandelier installations of inverted bowls, or al fresco with views of WET® pool. Dress Code: Smart Casual - No room sandals, swimwear and bathrobe.

+65 68087268
$66 based on 18 submissions
Buffet (6 votes), Large Groups (5 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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Sumptuous Seafood Spread by the Sea

I am back at the beguiling W Hotel @ Sentosa Cove, this time headed for The Kitchen Table for Seafood From the Heart buffet featuring Celebrity Chef Peter Kuruvita. This is available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6.00pm to 11.30pm at SGD$85.00++ per adult.  

If one sits by the window, they would get the killer views of the waters, yachts and some pretty buildings looming ahead. However, do not overlook the beauty of the restaurant's interior decor itself - simple but elegant and clean-cut, with overturned tables and glasses suspending from the ceilings!

I started with some seafood as usual - some very juicy and delicious Oysters made my day, as well as thick, springy pieces of Sashimi!

Following that was another must-try, because we had been tempted during the live demo earlier - food from the Indian station. I had a little basmatic rice, my favorite Papadum chip, some Curry Snapper and Tandoori Chicken. The Curry Snapper was aromatic and flavourful without being too spicy. The Tandoori Chicken was utterly tender and smooth, much to my surprise; and boosting of a distinctive smokey hint to its sweet flavour.

Finally, time to respond in kind to the colourful desserts that kept beckoning to me throughout the evening. There were many different flavours of Maracons, soft but not cloyingly sweet or creamy. There were also Chocolate Panna Cotta (tasted too milky it was more like Milo unfortunately), Lychee Pudding, a pretty little Cupcake etc.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/media-invite-ultimate-seafood.html

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  • Grilled Beef and Lamb2 votes
  • Curry fish1 vote
  • Indian selections1 vote
  • Mushroom Soup1 vote
  • Oysters1 vote
  • Sashimi1 vote
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• 23 May 2015 • 449 reviews • 7 followers

Sumptuous Seafood Spread by the Sea

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I am back at the beguiling W Hotel @ Sentosa Cove, this time headed for The Kitchen Table for Seafood From the Heart buffet featuring Celebrity Chef Peter Kuruvita. This is available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6.00pm to 11.30pm at SGD$85.00++ per adult.  

If one sits by the window, they would get the killer views of the waters, yachts and some pretty buildings looming ahead. However, do not overlook the beauty of the restaurant's interior decor itself - simple but elegant and clean-cut, with overturned tables and glasses suspending from the ceilings!

I started with some seafood as usual - some very juicy and delicious Oysters made my day, as well as thick, springy pieces of Sashimi!

Following that was another must-try, because we had been tempted during the live demo earlier - food from the Indian station. I had a little basmatic rice, my favorite Papadum chip, some Curry Snapper and Tandoori Chicken. The Curry Snapper was aromatic and flavourful without being too spicy. The Tandoori Chicken was utterly tender and smooth, much to my surprise; and boosting of a distinctive smokey hint to its sweet flavour.

Finally, time to respond in kind to the colourful desserts that kept beckoning to me throughout the evening. There were many different flavours of Maracons, soft but not cloyingly sweet or creamy. There were also Chocolate Panna Cotta (tasted too milky it was more like Milo unfortunately), Lychee Pudding, a pretty little Cupcake etc.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/media-invite-ultimate-seafood.html
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• 11 Feb 2015 • 107 reviews • 0 follower

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Quality of food is average with average spread. Can't complain coz its buffet. However, I do like the ambiance here, very bright and cozy. Makes the dining experience very "refreshing". Service is also prompt. 
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The management of The Kitchen Table responded to this review:
02 Mar 2015
Dear Choo Yao Chuen,

Thank you for your review and choosing The Kitchen Table as your dining destination. It is great to read that you have enjoyed the ambiance and the service that my team had rendered.

I have shared your comments about our cuisine with my culinary team to ensure a better dining experience for our guest.

Thank you once again and I am looking forward to welcome you again in W Singapore - Sentosa Cove.

Best Regards,

Thamotharan Sellakutty
Venue Manager, The Kitchen Table
• 10 Feb 2015 • 404 reviews • 3 followers

Buffet Spread at W Hotel Sentosa

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We were at W Hotel – Sentosa Cove for an offsite meeting and had lunch at The Kitchen Table. The restaurant offers a good buffet spread scattered across the restaurant. The different sections include: - Salad - Grilled meats (Beef, Lamb and Fish) - Sashimi & Seafood - Live Pasta Station (Choice of pasta and ingredients) - Indian buffet (Rice and Curries) - Chinese buffet (Rice, Vegetables and Meats) - Chinese Live station (Noodles – 2 options and dim sum). - Desserts (Cakes and desserts in a cup) I especially like the Indian selections, and I find the flavours authentic. The curries were good. Only letdown was the basmatic rice cooked biryani style. It was dry and not flavourful. The yoghurt in the mini claypot was also good. The meats (Beef and lamb) cooked and presented at the counter were dry. I decided to give the chef another shot by asking them to prepare them ‘medium’ done. The chef even sent over the plate after it was ready. Although the color looked off-ish and ‘not cooked’. It was perfect and tasted much better than the one I had earlier. The lamb was also better this round. On my last walk to the buffet line, I managed to chance upon a platter of freshly steamed garlic prawns. It was butterflied and went well with the garlic. It was yummy. I asked the chef to prepare a pasta for me. It was squid ink pasta with mushroom, prawns and in a creamy tomato based sauce. It was good. For the buffet, juices and coffee and tea are also available. If you are next at Sentosa and would like to have a spread of food offerings in a restaurant (instead of just one particular type of cuisine), you can come to this restaurant.
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The management of The Kitchen Table responded to this review:
02 Mar 2015
Dear howinston,

Thank you for your review. It is great to read that you were impressed with our selection during your recent visit to The Kitchen Table.

Thank you for your commentsabout our Indian cuisin which is an all-time favourite among our guest. You have highlighted on the rice and meat which I have shared with my culinary team to ensure a better dining experience for our guest.

Your continuous support is greatly appreciated. I am looking forward to welcome you again soon in W Singapore - Sentosa Cove.

Best Regards,

Thamotharan Sellakutty
Venue Manager, The Kitchen Table

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