Opt for a three-, four- or five-course lunch ($35) or dinner ($55-$98) at Palio, which offers Italian cuisine options such as ricotta cheese & pear fagottini pasta, spinach tortellini pasta and hazelnut chocolate mousse cake for desserts at its open-kitchen restaurant.
Alt.Pizza shines the spotlight on winter ingredients for its festive menu. The Naughty and Nice pie ($18) is topped with a creamy white sauce with roasted butternut squash, shaved prosciutto, mozzarella, roasted onions, sage and parmesan. Head over on a weekday afternoon (11am-6pm) to enjoy the Double Trouble special, which comprises two signature pizzas and two side dishes at $49.90.
Hearty Mexican dishes come with the Drunken Feast ($44/person, minimum three people to dine) at this casual restaurant-bar. Chipotle turkey, crispy roasted pork, chargrilled ribeye, drumlets, chorizo stew burritos and corn on the cob will surely have you stuffed.
Enjoy a three-course meal ($68) including a wide variety of antipasti, choice of main course from slow-cooked duck leg, 35-day-aged angus sirloin, sustainable yellowfin tuna and baked rotolo, finished off with desserts including brownies, cheesecake, panna cotta and tiramisu.
Clink pints of Belgian beer with friends and dig in in communion for a three-course meal ($55) that starts off with warm smoked salmon and truffle oil dressing. Choose between a mussel and clam soup or a traditional Belgian sausage on a bed of pomme puree and finish the meal with chocolate mousse.
Race enthusiasts can bask in the interiors of this bistro bar modelled after a Formula One paddock. Its four-course all day menu ($48) includes choice of mains such as butter roasted turkey with homemade sage and onion stuffing or grilled salmon fillet with butter mash.
Chill in the marine surroundings of Sentosa Cove with some casual European fare. Picotin’s Christmas menu brings in, among others, starters such as potato rosti with smoked salmon ($19), mains such as roasted turkey breast with chestnut stuffing ($28) and sweet treat pear belle helene($15).
Look out over the city skyline from the top of Mount Faber as you enjoy a three-course set lunch ($32) or four-course set dinner with wine ($80). This menu offers a mesh of cuisines, evidenced in dishes like togarashi pan-seared Norwegian salmon, aglio olio chipotle squid ink pasta, baked Asian turkey roll and crustacean saffron potato soup, to name a few.