Seafood Marinara Bucatini - tomato based pasta with mussels, prawns and clams

While geographically small, Sentosa Island is packed with activities for tourists and locals alike — from popular tourists attractions like Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium, and Adventure Cove, to hidden gems like a customised perfume workshop beside Siloso Beach. But did you know that Sentosa is also a haven for food?

Located at the far end of Sentosa Island, here are three restaurants at Quayside Isle to dine at.

1. Greenwood Fish Market

Seafood Marinara Bucatini - tomato based pasta with mussels, prawns and clams
Seafood Marinara Bucatini – tomato based pasta with mussels, prawns and clams

With outlets in both Quayside Isle and Bukit Timah, Greenwood Fish Market is well known for their affordability and fresh catches.

Popular orders include the Chef’s Platter ($289.96), a luxurious assortment of the most premium seafood, paired with a succulent USDA ribeye.

At Quayside Isle, the family-run seafood restaurant has just revamped their dining space. Diners can now see the addition of a Japanese omakase bar, serving fresh nigiri sushi and other Japanese mains, as well as an oyster bar, where the chefs freshly shucks oysters upon order.

Read our full review here.

Greenwood Fish Market

Location: 31 Ocean Way, #01-04/05, Singapore 098375

2. Mykonos on the bay

Mykonos Dip Platter – fresh pita with three types of meze

Authentic Greek food by the sea? Mykonos On The Bay is an authentic Greek restaurant with a sea view at Quayside Isle, Sentosa.

Start the meal with the classics — pita with three types of Greek dips. The Mykonos Dip Platter ($29) features tzatziki, taramosalata, and memelitzanosalata, which are made with yogurt and cucumbers, cured roe and roasted eggplants respectively.

Afterwards, savour on the juiciest lamb skewers. Mykonos’ Giaourtlou ($35) features their in-house blend of minced lamb on skewers, served with tomato sauce, greek yogurt, pita and salad on the side.

Of course, a Greek meal isn’t complete without Baklava ($17). It’s an iconic Greek dessert made with phyllo pastry, honey syrup and crushed pistachio.

Mykonos on the Bay

Location: 31 Ocean Way, #01-10 Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098375

3. Drunken Farmer

Shrooms and Goat Cheese Pizza –

This unique restaurant is a one space, two concepts dining area where Common Man Coffee Roasters transforms into Drunken Farmer in the evening.

Coffee turns into wine as dusk approaches. Including their own label, the Jousset Chenin Blanc, Drunk Farmer has over 31 wines to choose from.

Pair a glass with their Drunken Farmer’s signature sourdough pizzas, made from 160-year-old sourdough starter and fermented for 30 hours. Their pizza variations include the Four Cheese Pizza ($28), topped with a ricotta base, mozzarella, Manchego, blue cheese, and fresh parsley, as well as the Shrooms and Goat Cheese Pizza ($22), which was tangy, savoury and spicy all at once.

Aside from pizza, their dinner menu also includes a variety of sharing dishes that pair well with wine.

Drunken Farmer

Location: Quayside Isle 31 Ocean Way, #01-09. Singapore 098375

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