ADVERTISEMENT

 

3 Reasons Why Brunch Lovers Should Check Out Quayside Isle At Sentosa Cove

Breezy weekend brunches with a lovely view of the marina-front

Photos: Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove

Banish the thought if you assume Sentosa Cove is no more than a rich kid's playground.

After all, the relaxing marina-front is an enclave filled with delectable dining experiences.

Whether you're craving for European cuisine, Mediterranean eats or Asian favourites, there's bound to be something fitting of the occasion.

With shuttle buses and Sentosa Cove buses available, it's a breeze making your way here.

Without further ado, here are three brunch spots you should definitely check out:

3 of 3
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

3. Schmear

Schmear serves authentic New York-style bagels, which are freshly homemade and hand-rolled.

For a classic rendition, try The Central Park ($14) — two halved bagels schmeared with a generous amount of cream cheese, topped with smoked salmon and capers.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, go for The Challah French Toast ($15), where homemade challah bread is served with maple syrup or berry compote.

Good news for pet owners: Dogs are welcome here! 

#01-03

3 of 3
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

ADVERTISEMENTS

 

 
B

Post a new comment