There aren't many places in Singapore to enjoy refreshing seafront as you dine, so the short journey to Sentosa is well worth it. Surrounded by the lush gardens and restored colonial buildings, it certainly feels as if you've left the city behind. As you dine al fresco, you hear only the chirping of birds, gentle clink of fine china and the occasional splash from the cascading pools of the six-star hotel below. If you prefer to sit indoors, ask for a semi-private table by the large floor-to-ceiling glass doors that seat up to six.
Besides the chef's renowned tapas selection, the restaurant also serves Peranakan, Japanese and Western afternoon teatime offerings, complemented by a specialty tea bar with a showcase of over 40 varieties of premium teas. But remember - if you want to look like an insider, order some of the off-the-menu local specials detailed in our "What We Love" section! (May 2012)
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