Lazy Sunday Afternoon at Sentosa Cove, Singapore
A few weekends back, I met up with my university friends at Sentosa Cove for some catching up, lazy lunch and afternoon tea. It was a great time out! Sentosa Cove is the playground of the rich and expats and for once, it is not crowded! We went to Brussels Sprouts for lunch and Kith for some cakes!
At Brussels Sprouts, their most popular dish is their mussels. Their mussels come with free flow of Belgium Fries (thick fries) and their starter size is just right for a lady. I find their mussels a little small though but their sauce is yummilicious.
The boys ordered their Ostendaise sauce and it was a heavenly broth cooked from a concoction of fish stock, shrimp and lobster bisque.
Ian ordered their Fish & Chips and it was “bah” (self define as an expression of moderation close to boredom).
Val’s baked crab meat was interesting, SGD 28. Haha.
Brussels Sprouts is really family friendly too! Colin kidnaped his friend’s kid from another restaurant and apparently on all weekends and public holidays, kids below 10 eat free! So the little kiddo got herself a little cup of ice cream! There is a play area outside the restaurant too!
Generally Sentosa Cove is also very pets friendly, many dogs big and small hung out with their owner at the alfresco dining area! So friends with pets, here is one place you may want to bring your little kiddo or fur kids out to play!
We then walked over to Kith for some coffee and cakes! It was a great place to just chill out and have a cup of sanity!
I can’t remember what this cake is called but we were being a little too adventurous. This cake is just weird. It is as though you are suppose to eat this layer by layer, you have peanut butter, cherry, cheesecake, chocolate, some random nutty crunchy stuff and other random flavours in there. When you take a bite with all flavours at one go, you go, erm, ooh, ahh, o-kay, and gulped. Yeap, but it tasted great when you slice it up layer by layer. Haha.
Their velvet cake is beautiful, moist and tasty, but I am not a fan of those coconut flakes (or anything coconut) at the side.