From Michelin-level fine dining to piping hot hawker fares, there are options aplenty for the discerning gourmand when dining in Resorts World Sentosa. If you are looking for a primer to what’s what for your dining date, we’ve got you covered.
For starters, let’s take a bite into the very best of fine dining.
Michelin and celebrity chefs restaurants
Today, Resorts World Sentosa holds the most Michelin stars in Singapore in one dining destination after winning a total of 7 Michelin Stars in the first edition of Michelin Guide Singapore.
Joël Robuchon Restaurant
The cream of the crop is none other than Joël Robuchon Restaurant, the only restaurant in Singapore now to hold 3 Michelin Stars.
Located in Hotel Michael, this restaurant by the world’s most decorated chef Joël Robuchon serves French haute cuisine in a setting that oozes luxury. If you are looking for something that wows the date, this is hands down no contest.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
Right next door is sister establishment, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, holder of 2 Michelin Stars.
Where Joël Robuchon Restaurant goes classical high dining, L’Atelier takes a slightly different tack – with a more convivial environment where you get to witness the chefs in action.
Set in a sleek black and red interior, be transported into a world of dining that is as much about the food as it is about your surroundings.
Located in Equarius Hotel is Forest 森, 1 Michelin Star restaurant by chef Sam Leong. Its interior is spacious, fitting the back-to-nature theme of its surroundings.
Forest 森 serves contemporary Chinese fine dining, marrying techniques and ingredients from the East and West.
Unlike traditional Chinese restaurants, food here is plated separately and will surprise your palate with its different take on classical dishes.
Osia Steak & Seafood Grill
Rounding up the list of Michelin-starred restaurants is 1 Michelin Star Osia Steak & Seafood Grill.
The restaurant, with a renewed focus on communal dining and premium meats, serves modern Australian food.
True to its name, the main highlights are its selection of meats and seafood items, most of which are flown in from Australia. For meat and seafood lovers, this is a heavenly choice.
Feng Shui Inn
For purveyors of Cantonese cuisine, there is no better place than Feng Shui Inn.
From dim sum to seafood dishes, our veteran Hong Kong chefs will impress you with their selection of authentic classical Chinese dishes.
For the discerning gourmand, you can even opt for really premium meats and seafood, which can set you back quite a bit, but will certainly impress the entourage.
Fratelli – Trattoria | Pizzeria
At Fratelli – Trattoria | Pizzeria, one of the Resort’s newer restaurants, you’ll get Italian flavours by the mouthful.
A one-destination-two-experiences sort of place, it is helmed by the Cerea brothers of the famed Da Vittorio restaurants in Italy.
From pizzas to pastas, it’ll satisfy your cravings for all foods Italian, as we discovered when we visited for lunch.
Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora
For dining with a view, you’ll love Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora.
Located underwater within the S.E.A. Aquarium, its menu of Californian-Mediterranean seafood dishes by “America’s first female Iron Chef” Cat Cora is elegantly prepared with natural ingredients and fresh local produce.
You may enjoy the fresh, clean taste of the popular sous vide salmon, but we think you will certainly enjoy the view.
For quality Japanese fine dining, check out Syun.
The quiet elegance of its menu is reflected in the zen, earthy tones of the restaurant.
Helmed by chef Hal Yamashita, it prides itself on quality ingredients used in its unique nouvelle interpretation of Kobe cuisine. It even has its own brand of sake, one that you can only find in other Yamashita restaurants in Japan.
Flavour, freshness and nutrition are central philosophies at Tangerine.
The spa cuisine restaurant located inside ESPA serves healthy meals that defy the conventional perception of spa food.
It serves nutritious dishes that are nothing short of tasty and flavourful, through the judicious use of sauces and spices. Good for your body, great for your taste buds, its not just a restaurant for the gym-bodies.
TungLok Heen at Hotel Michael is celebrated chef Susur Lee’s Singapore outpost, adding to his five other restaurants in Toronto.
It serves contemporary Chinese cuisine as well as exquisite dishes that is only found in Susur’s restaurants.
CURATE, which was launched in 2016, is Asia’s first Michelin chef showcase restaurant and home to Art at Curate, a series of culinary pop-up events featuring specially selected Michelin-starred chefs from around the world.
So far, it has welcomed 5 Michelin-starred chefs into its kitchens, with a different curated menu for the period.
Planning a session? Contact +65 6577 6688 or email Dining@RWSentosa.com for reservations or more info.