Where and What to Eat in the Beaches of Sentosa

Sands of Sentosa Singapore Digging into delectable dishes while basking in the tropical breeze is as good as it gets. Sentosa lets you have this experience in its renowned beaches: Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach and Tanjong Beach.

Whether it’s during the June school holidays or a simple weekend getaway, here are the restaurants you should try in each one.

Seafood Platter at Palawan Beach

Palawan Beach is a family-friendly destination with shops and activities for visitors of all ages. After an adventurous day by the sea, reward your family with a scrumptious seafood platter from Makansutra Seafood Seeshore. The restaurant serves specially created Grilled Crab with three choices of dip: salted egg yolk, black pepper and chilli.

Indulge in even more seafood at Silk Road of the Sea Restaurant & Bar. It is famous for the braised shark’s fin with bamboo pith and crabmeat as well as the stir-fried crab with dried red chilli—perfect dishes for when the family is soaking up the tropical sun.

Adventurous Beach Grub at Siloso Beach

Siloso Beach is famous for the beach party lifestyle. As such, it is home to some of the hippest restaurants (and bars, of course) on the island. Take the tropical holiday experience to another level by dining at OLA Beach Club. The restaurant features quirky Hawaiian-inspired dishes such as lomi-lomi salmon and kalua pig taco to tickle your taste buds.

Try the Californian-Asian cuisine at Wave House Sentosa as well. The restaurant will serve a homemade beef burger or a hoisin roast duck pizza to fill you up before partying the night away.

Chill Dining at Tanjong Beach

While Palawan Beach is for family bonding and Siloso Beach is for partying, Tanjong Beach is for relaxing. It is the perfect tropical destination if you seek tranquillity and solitude.

After finishing the book you’ve been meaning to read or after lounging the whole afternoon away, grab a bite at Tanjong Beach Club. The bistro’s cuisine captures the easygoing seaside spirit—it shows in some of their signature dishes, the cider batter fish & chips and the banana coconut tarte tatin.

Check out Bora Bora Beach Bar as well. Its rustic charm combined with seaside specialties such as the avocado crab salad and fried seafood platter will keep you satisfied on lazy days by the beach.

Every Sentosa beach has something different to offer, and so do their restaurants. Try these the next time you spend a holiday on the island.

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