Resorts World Sentosa is an amazing place to spend the weekend, especially since it launched Weekend Brunch promotions at four of its stellar restaurants, which include ala carte buffets, eight-course lunches, and more.
Plus, if you dine at any Resorts World Sentosa-owned restaurant, you’ll get to park for free all day! If you’re taking a taxi, alight at basement one (where the convention centre is at) instead of going through Sentosa’s gantry and you won’t have to pay entrance fees into the island.
Here are four must-try brunch deals at Resorts World Sentosa for a relaxing weekend away from the city.
1. Feng Shui Inn
From piping hot dim sum platters to Hong Kong-style roasts, Feng Shui Inn is your go-to fine-dining restaurant for authentic Cantonese cuisine.
Every Saturday and Sunday, stuff yourself silly with its Yum Cha Weekends (S$58++, available till 29 Dec 2019) a la carte lunch buffet. Take your pick from scrumptious dishes such as Roasted Crispy Duck, Stir-fried Grouper with Spicy Black Bean Paste, and Kurobuta Pork Loin in First Grade Soy Sauce.
If you’re an RWS member, you get to enjoy the Yum Cha Weekends at S$48++ for adults and S$24++ for children. Plus, children below 4 years old dine for free.
End your meal on a sweet note with Feng Shui Inn’s Chocolate Fountain, where you’ll be able to dip Crispy Hokkaido Fresh Milk Ball, Cinnamon Crispy Banana Ball, Marshmallows and Strawberries in a flowing stream of melted chocolate.
Do note that the a la carte buffet has two available timeslots: 11am – 1pm and 1pm – 3pm. Minimum of 4 pax to dine.
Expected Damage: S$58++ per pax
table65 is all about real food and zero pretense. This casual fine-dining restaurant, started by legendary Dutch chef Richard van Oostenbrugge, serves up amazing modern European cuisine from the communal chef’s table, where chefs invite you to sit and talk to them while enjoying your meal.
Treat yourself with Saturdate Lunch, which happens every Saturday from 12pm to 2pm.
You’ll enjoy a 4-Course Set Menu (S$85++), where dishes such as Toh Thye San duck, mole madre, blueberry aigre-doux and sauce Rouennaise will be whipped up right before your very eyes.
table65 earned itself its first Michelin star in 2019, within the first year of its opening, so you’ll certainly be in for a treat!
Expected Damage: S$85++ per pax
table65: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Hotel Michael, Level 1 (Opposite Lake of Dreams) Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098269 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 2pm (Saturdate Lunch), 6.30pm – 10.30pm (Dinner), Closed on Sun & Mon | Facebook | Website
The minute you step into Forest森, you’ll definitely be wowed by its decor. Large columns are shaped like rainforest trees and gorgeous wooden canopies form the ceiling.
This award-winning restaurant, run by well-known celebrity chef Sam Leong, aims to reinvent contemporary Chinese cuisine with dishes such as Primrose Pork Ribs, Mapo Tofu and Crabmeat with Japanese Pearl Rice, and more.
Be sure to look out for its Sunday Lunch promotion from 12pm to 3pm, which entitles you to a 8-Course Adult Set Menu (S$68++) that consists of 13 dishes in tasting portions, so you can taste more of chef Sam Leong’s signature creations, such Pan Seared Foie Gras marinated in Red Wine Sauce and Pan Seared Wagyu Beef Roll with Enoki Mushroom.
Do note its Sunday Lunch menu has five different variations, so be sure to visit its website to check out the menu for that week.
Expected Damage: S$68++ per pax
Forest森: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Equarius Hotel Lobby, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098269 | Opening Hours: 7.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast Buffet), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch), 6pm – 10pm (Dinner)| Facebook | Website
4. Osia Steak and Seafood Grill
Helmed by Australian celebrity chef Scott Webster, Osia Steak and Seafood Grill is a modern Australian restaurant that specialises in premium meat and seafood dishes that have been smoked in a stone hearth oven.
Indulge in its Sunday Boozy Brunch (S$72++) from 12pm to 2.30pm, where you’ll get one main dish and unlimited snacks, desserts, sharing platters, and three oysters per pax. If you have the appetite, you can actually order one of each main dish.
The list of main dishes are enticing and mouth-watering: Shakshouka, which is a dish of poached eggs in a tomato, garlic, and chilli peppers sauce; Brunch, a platter of breakfast delights such as fried eggs, sausages, and field mushrooms; Salmon Trout with parsnip puree, Chicken Breast with roasted potatoes, and more.
Top up S$59 for free-flow house wines, beers, soft drinks, juices, coffee, and tea.
Expected Damage: S$72++ – S$131++ per pax
From free-flow dim sum to modern European cuisine, and contemporary Chinese dishes to succulent smoked meat, Resorts World Sentosa has got you covered this weekend.
Since you’re there, why not drop by award-winning attractions like Universal Studios Singapore and Adventure Cove Waterpark for an afternoon of fun and laughter? It’ll definitely make for an exciting and memorable weekend for you and your loved ones.
*This post is brought to you in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa.