A trip to Resorts World Sentosa might not be as costly as you think.
RWScoop directs you to the most affordable dining places in the Resort.
Malaysian Food Street
Probably one of the best places to dine in the Resort, this Food Street oozes old-town charm and offers authentic Malaysian Hawker fare.
A must try is the Assam Laksa ($5), which perks you up nicely with its tangy and spicy soup base. This dish is what locals would say describe as “Shiok!”
Remember to check out the traditional handmade pastries from Fung Wong Confectionery on your way out.
Hard Rock Café
Don’t be intimidated by its rock star persona, the Hard Rock Café is pretty accessible and packs lots of value.
If you are here on a weekday, then it’s best to head there for lunch. Its 3-course and rather generous lunch costs only $15 nett. Plus, you get to hang out with Guns N Roses, Rod Stewart and Bon Jovi (memorabilia-speaking).
Eat till you drop and when you get back up, eat some more. That’s Starz Restaurant for you.
No bells and whistles, just plates and bowls of international cuisine. And it’s a great place to bring the young ones: Up to 4 kids aged 12 and below dine free with every 2 paying adults. Did someone say: “It’s a steal?”
Universal Studios Singapore
Theme park food doesn’t necessarily mean expensive and tasteless. Take Goldilocks at Far Far Away for instance. Its 3-piece chicken meal costs only $11.80.
Over at Hollywood Star Café, a Latte sets you back $4.90. Good and cheap food isn’t hard to find in USS you know. Carrot Cause at Fish & Crab Shack (Promotion is over) On 7 Nov, Fish & Crab Shack will double its dinner proceeds to charity if 120 diners show up. Tuck into wholesome Western fare such as Fish & Chips, Soft-shell Crab Pasta and Captain’s Chicken Burger, at less than $20 each, and you can make a difference at the same time. Sounds like a win-win to us. Book your seats here now.