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Monday, July 8, 2013

Kith Cafe at Quayside Isle (Sentosa Cove)

Crowds, crowds everywhere - words that sum up Singapore on weekends.  And for families with kids in tow, dinner options that come with more space and shorter queues are as desirable as the Hello Kitty Singing Bone doll from McDonalds.  One such option would be the Quayside Isle, situated next to the equally new W Singapore (hotel and residences), within the Sentosa Cove enclave.

The Quayside Isle offers a wide range of dining options (from fast food concepts to sports bars to cafes to opulent restaurants), with a view that transports you to a place quite unlike Singapore. Think gentle seabreeze, beautiful boats, luxurious condominiums, walks along the waterfront/viewing decks and yes, no crowds.

So, this is how the rich live it up in Singapore!  You can come dressed in your casuals, as this is more like the kopitiam of the Sentosa Cove residents, without summon aunties looking out for expired parking coupons.  I'm sure the owners of the swanky boats pay monthly berthing fees on time.

I first visited the place on a Friday night to celebrate a friend's birthday over seafood and drinks at the Quayside Fish Bar and Bistro. The best time to visit would be before 7pm to catch the sun setting over the horizon before adjourning for dinner.  It was pretty relaxing experience that night, so I decided to give the place a try on a Saturday night with Mummy Cher and Aiden.

When we arrived at close to 8pm, most of the F&B establishments did not have queues, although there were quite a few restaurants that looked pretty packed with happy diners.  We had a short stroll along the waterfront while checking out each restaurant before settling on the Kith Cafe.

What we like about this place is that it serves fuss-free Australian cuisine in a bright open space/layout.  You won't feel the need to watch over your kids every second for fear of them breaking something expensive or disturbing other patrons who might have come for a romantic dining experience.  The best seats in the cafe are undeniably the outdoor tables, with two tables right beside three different types of rocking/bouncing horses.  They even have animal biscuits, a popular kids snack for sale at 50 cents a cup!

Most patrons went for the pasta dishes but the mixed grill platter ($32) that I ordered was quite good as well.  Mummy Cher had the Gnocchi Bolognese ($18) which was a tad heavy in taste.  Avoid the fries in truffle oil ($9.50) though, as you can't really get much taste of both the potato and the truffle.

31 Ocean Way
Quayside isle
Singapore 098375

Opening hours
Everyday 8am - 10pm ( Closed on Tue )
+65 6734 9007

For reviews on other Quayside isle F&B establishments, do check out this review at Ladyironchef.


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