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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant



I invited a friend for a quick dinner to somewhere Asian (since I was craving for it) and we discovered this place called Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant. This place seems new since I haven't seen this when I last went to Shangri-la Mall a few months ago.


Sentosa has impressive light fixtures and relaxing ambiance. The customers are just starting to arrive as my friend and I were seated.


For appetizer, we ordered Popiah (Php 165), or Singaporean Spring Rolls.

Popiah

I found the Popiah wrapper a little thick but the filling has a very distinct taste (my friend pointed out that it might be the mushroom) that you wouldn't bother to dip it in the sauce.

We also had Phad Thai Noodles (Php 230), which I liked.

Phad Thai Noodles

The Phad Thai Noodles is beautifully wrapped in scrambled egg with lots of beansprouts and tofu. I've always loved Pad Thai, and I liked their version. :) The sweetness is just right for me.

For our main dish, we ordered Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice (quarter, Php 220).

Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice comes with a cup of rice and soup. The chicken is really flavorful, which Hainanese Chicken is known for. I loved that it's boneless (who doesn't?) and a little sweet. :)

For authentic Singaporean food, Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant is one place you should try. I must commend the staff for being accommodating (and giving us an extra bowl of soup). The servings are good for sharing and affordable too!

I'll visit again soon.

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Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant
6th Level
Shangri-la Plaza Mall
EDSA corner Shaw Boulevard
Mandaluyong City

24 comments:

  1. i would love to sample the hainanese chicken...seeing all those food photos are making me hungry at this time of night! i hope i'd be able to try this restaurant out when i go to manila ;)

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  2. Hainanese looks good and yummy! :) I love that dish!

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  3. I've heard a lot of good bits with this resto and will surely going to try this since it is near.

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  4. I'm not fond of chicken but their Hainanese Chicken looks good! I've seen Sentosa in the Tomas Morato area, should try it some time.

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  5. I am surprised that the prices are not that bad. Will try this one the next time I watch a movie in Shang! :)

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  6. chicken - very good
    good job, good post

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  7. Food looks yummy! Will try this :)

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  8. i'll probably order the HCR as well!

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  9. Wow, their Phad Thai looks delicious nga. This reminds me that I haven't visited Shang for a while now! Will try this soon :)

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    1. I hope you'll visit Shang! There are so many restos I still have to try there too! ;)

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  10. I don't understand what authentic Singaporean food is, especially since the citizens in their country are a mixture of different cultures.

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    1. Singaporean cuisine can be compared to Filipino cuisine, which is also a mixture of different cultures like Spanish, Chinese and other nationalities. :) Singaporean cuisine is a mix of Malaysian, Chinese, Thai and other neighboring countries. :)

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  11. Haven't tried Singaporean cuisine. Looks delicious ♥

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    1. You must try Singaporean cuisine! You'll love it! :)

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  12. cool! I'll go for this soon :))

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  13. I have to say that the information here was the most complete that I found anywhere. I am definitely bookmarking this to come back and read later.

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  14. That is a lot of chicken for this restaurant dish. I would love to eat here.

    Singapore chinese restaurant and bar

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