Family-friendly Restaurants at Quayside Isle

Family-friendly Restaurants at Quayside Isle

Waterfront Dining at Sentosa Cove

An enchanting vista with beautiful yachts, vast walkways and a gastronomic adventure coupled with a relaxing chill-out vibe. With family-friendly restaurants at Quayside Isle, an integrated F&B and retail waterfront destination within the exclusive corner of Sentosa Cove that is actually open to everyone, you can now get away from the hustle and bustle without even leaving Singapore.

The smorgasbord of restaurants in the one- and two-storey, 40,000 square feet development offers you a beautiful view of the marina, lets you imagine that you are in the Capri of Southeast Asia and “savour flavours from the seven seas”.

Walkway

Yachts

But is this magical setting meant only for adults and not for families with young children? Little Day Out sussed out the F&B establishments and found the following to be kid-friendly indeed.

Family-friendly Restaurants at Quayside Isle, Port 1

(Note from the Editor on 20 February 2017: Kith Cafe and Brussels Sprouts are both ​no longer at Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove. Click here to check out the current list of F&B restaurants at Quayside Isle.)

Brussel Sprouts

From the Emmanuel Stroobant Group, Belgian bar and bistro Brussel Sprouts brings over 20 varieties of freshly cooked mussels and 180 Belgian bottled beer labels. While the adults unwind, the kids can take their pick from the kids’ menu and keep themselves busy with fun activity sheets or the plentiful play equipment all decked out in the lawn. Best of all, Brussel Sprouts has a “Kids Eat for Free” promotion all weekend and on public holidays, including a free flow of fountain soft drinks and a scoop of ice cream.

Brussel Sprouts

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What: Belgian Beer and Mussels
Kid-Friendly Features: Kids’ Menu, Kids’ Activity Sheets, Play Corner
Where: 31 Ocean Way, #01-01 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375. Tel: +65 6684 4344
(Also at Robertson Quay and Big Splash)

Paradiso Restaurant and Bar

The group that pioneered Cuban-themed restaurants in Singapore – Cuba Libre and Nueva Cuba – has added this new Latin American dining concept complemented by an expansive drinks menu and tasty tapas, burgers, pizzas, pastas and vegetarian options in an intimate rustic-chic setting. Paradiso’s kids’ menu features the typical fish and chips, chicken croquettes with wedges, cheese sticks, spaghetti meatballs and pizza. Come Sunday nights, Solomon, a magician specially engaged by the restaurant goes from table to table to astound even adults with the many tricks up his sleeves and keep your family rolling with laughter.

Magician

What: Pizzas and Pastas
Kid-Friendly Features: Kids’ Menu, Magician on Sunday Nights
Where: 31 Ocean Way, #01-03 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375. Tel: +65 6694 5428

Family-friendly Restaurants at Quayside Isle, Port 2

Picotin Express

Yet another establishment from the Emmanuel Stroobant Group, Picotin Express offers home delivery and catering services for the Sentosa Cove community. Many families already know its signature thin crust pizzas from its famed European bistro and pizzeria at Bukit Timah, which will be closed next month. This sleek tropical outlet offers the same kid-friendly menu and casual family-friendly atmosphere with one of the best views to boot.

Picotin view

What: Bistro, Bar and Pizzeria
Kid-Friendly Features: Kids’ Menu
Where: 31 Ocean Way, #01-06 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375. Tel: +65 6438 4747
(Also at Bukit Timah till July 2013 and another opening at East Coast at 1 Figaro Street, Opera Estate in July 2013)

Kith

(Note from the Editor on 20 February 2017: Kith Cafe and Brussels Sprouts are both ​no longer at Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove. Click here to check out the current list of F&B restaurants at Quayside Isle.)

All-day dining café Kith brings you a comprehensive menu of breakfast, salads, sandwiches, pasta and gourmet coffee. While it does not have a special menu for kids, its eye-catching rocking horse and cute penguin is an immediate draw for the kids.

Kith Play Corner

What: Bistro, Bar and Pizzeria
Also at Robertson Quay and Park Mall
Kid-Friendly Features: Play Corner
Where: 31 Ocean Way, #01-08 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375. Tel: +65 6734 9007

Solepomodoro Trattoria-Pizzeria

Sitting right at the end of Port 2, the bright blue chairs of this authentic Italian pizzeria calls out for your attention immediately. Besides having a kids’ menu, it has thoughtfully provided colourful lower chairs and tables for kids and adorned them with toys to keep the little ones occupied.

SolePomodoro

What: Trattoria – Pizzeria
Kid-Friendly Features: Kid’s Menu, Play Corner
Where: 31 Ocean Way, #01-14 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375. Tel: +65 6339 4778

Culinary Adventures

Other dining establishments at Quayside Isle include new-to-market concepts and established dining options: Museo, a combination of luxury afternoon high tea salon, artistic bar and exquisite dining restaurant; Australian- inspired seafood gastrobar Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro, Indian fine dining restaurant Earl of Hindh, the re-located modern French restaurant Saint Pierre, American Sports bar and bistro Cove Stadium, fine dining Japanese restaurant Ezoca Japanese Cuisine, new casual fast food joint Grillado, a Spanish tapas and grill bar Sabio by the Sea, Tapas & Grill, Turkish doner kebab eatery Kebab House and Italian Gelateria-Bar Note di Sicilia.

Port

The remaining part of Quayside Isle is made up of gourmet grocers, wine retailers, fine art gallery and a beauty salon, which include Jasons the Gourmet Grocer, Little Provence, The Straits Wine Company, Hera Beauty Salon and Nikei Fine Art.

OthersAcross the bay from Quayside Isle is One°15 Marina Club Singapore. Dining options there that are open to the public include Latitude and Crystal Jade Premium. Next to it is Sentosa Cove Village that houses Harry’s Bar, Cold Storage and Guardian Pharmacy.

Family-friendly Features at Quayside Isle

Diaper-changing Rooms: At Level 1 and 2 near the lift lobby between Ports 1 and 2
Child Basin and Taps: At male and female washrooms at Level 1 and 2 near the lift lobby.
Family Car Parking Lots: 2 lots near Basement 1 lift lobby

Sentosa Cove

More about Quayside Isle

31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098375
Tel: +65 6887 3502 between 11.00 am and 8.00 pm
Quayside Isle, owned and managed by City Developments Limited, is part of the integrated luxury enclave at Sentosa Cove, which includes The Residences at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove and W Singapore – Sentosa Cove Hotel. It first burst onto the scenes as a new waterfront dining destination in Sentosa Cove from mid-December 2012 and was officially launched on 16 April 2013 with a list of local personalities and tastemakers in attendance.

How To Get There

Free Shuttle Bus

A free shuttle service is available within Sentosa. From Beach Station Bus Interchange, hop on to bus number 3, which operates from 8.00 am to 10.30 pm daily at a 30-minute interval. Alight at Sentosa Cove Arrival Plaza and take a five minute walk to Quayside Isle.

By Car

Make a left at the first roundabout you encounter after crossing into Sentosa. Go past down Artillery Avenue and Allanbrooke Road as you head towards Sentosa Cove. Make a left at the roundabout in Sentosa Cove onto Ocean Drive.

Parking is available at the basement car park at Quayside Isle, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove and at Sentosa Cove Village. Parking at Quayside Isle is $3.50 per entry.

The usual admission charges to Sentosa applies but is affordable during meal times at only $2 per vehicle from 12.00 pm to 2.00 pm, and 5.00 pm to 7.00 am on weekdays, and $3 from 5.00 pm to 7.00 am on weekends.

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