The baked scallop was served up in generous garlic cream sauce. The scallops were tangy to chew and the cream was not too overpowering. It still captures the seafood goodness of the scallops.
Between the beef steak and pork ribs, i would pick the latter. The meat of the ribs fell off the done easily and were cooked with the right doneness. The steak however, wasn't as impressive as i expected it to be. It was good, but not fantastic.
The Teriyaki salad is quite special - for starter, it is served hot. The sweetness of the teriyaki sauce effectively eliminates some of the bitter-tasting purple lettuces, and the chicken is also in bits and chunks, adding to chewing comfort of the salad.
We also had Mushroom Soup and Pumpkin Soup which were pretty huge servings for soup. I preferred the pumpkin as it had a smoother and creamier texture compared to the mushroom that had a chunky texture with bits of mushrooms in it. The partner however, preferred the mushroom.
The view at The King Louis is pretty spectacular - overlooking Sentosa Island. The only downside will be the prices, which i thought were a bit on the high side (for the banquets) as compared to most restaurants there. My recommendation however is to go in a big group, as the banquets feed at least 3 - 4 people easily.
The King Louis
1 Harbourfront Walk
+65 6276 0862
This was an invited media tasting.