A Dining Destination on Our Doorstep

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LOOKING FOR THE DINING DESTINATION : ITS RIGHT ON OUR DOORSTEP

A dining destination is more than just about the delectable dishes on offer, but is a place where we can enjoy the dining experience and witness a visual feast!

Yes, the Côte d’Azur or French Riviera spring to mind when we think of destinations by the sea where we can dine along the coast, at the marinas and watch the yachts while enjoying a glass of rosé and dining on sea foods.  But, Singapore has a similar destination and its right on our doorstep.

We think Quayside Isle, located across the waters at Sentosa Cove, is an example of an ultimate dining destination and creates a unique experience for Singaporeans and tourists alike.  As the country’s only marina-front dining destination with 16 restaurants, visitors are enthralled by a panoramic view of luxurious boats the moment they step into Quayside Isle.

With cuisines from Spain, Italy, Greece, Belgium and many other countries, it is also inexpensive to dine at Quayside Isle with an average price from $20 to $40.  Quayside Isle is perfect for food lovers who crave for a unique dining experience without having to burn a hole in their pockets.

For more information, please visit Quayside Isle HERE

Quayside Isle is easily accessible by cars and taxis and parking spaces are available at the basement car park.  On weekdays, admission to Sentosa is just $2 during lunchtime and free after 5pm.  Passengers can alight at the Fountain Plaza drop-off point that faces The Residences at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove.

A free shuttle service is also available for the public within Sentosa.  Just hop onto bus number 3, available between 8am and 10.30pm daily with 30 minutes interval, from Beach Station Bus Interchange and alight at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove Hotel, which is a 1 minute walk to Quayside Isle.

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Clare Victoria…British born and a Yorkshire girl through and through, Clare left the familiarity of home many moons ago. Having lived, worked and experienced the highs and lows of being a foreigner in both France and Singapore, Clare has grown into a truly international lady. Her passion is writing about anything that will interest, enlighten and offer inspiration to her readers.

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