Monday, June 5, 2017


I have to admit that i love my brunch, but i hate having to squeeze with the crowd. Most of the popular places in town are either over-hyped, or crazy crowded to the extent you lose your appetite before your food even reaches the table.

Pretty glad to have found Coastes at Sentosa which serves up an extensive brunch menu which you can indulge in while soaking up the sun. Coastes (which probably derives from the word, coast) is smacked right in the middle of Siloso Beach. The location is away from the city, where only chill vibes exist. 

From their all-day menu, you can expect to select from brunch items, as well as fusion dishes including interesting ones like Green Curry Pasta - which might tingle a bit of your Asian tastebuds. We had the Seafood Platter to share and it came with a wide variety of grilled seafood which was pretty apt, considering we were dining just beside the sea. It includes an assortment of crayfish, fish stew, crab salad, tiger prawns, clams, as well as calamari. The portion is pretty huge, so it's best to have it for sharing between 3-4 people, or 2 if you are really hungry.

If you like your protein, dive straight for the Bourbon-Glazed Pork Ribs. One can choose between a half or full slab - i recommend the full, of course. Slightly sweet from the maple glaze, the ribs fell apart from the bone easily, flaunting a fork-tender consistency. It's something you would want to be indulging in if you are a meat-lover.

Coastes also offers light bites that you can look forward to pairing your cocktails, beer or even mocktails with. The Coastes Club is packed with flavours from the roast chicken and bacon within, stacked with fresh greens and a sunny side up. Another on the menu that's worth trying is the Duck and Arugula Pizza which comes with a slight Asian twist to it, resembling something like a hoisin sauce base with roasted duck chunks.

We loved the different kind of drinks available, apart from the usual beer selection. The Shades of Summer features a refreshing peach, vanilla and mango flavour, but we still enjoyed the Coconut Kumquat most, which had a good mix of fresh coconut juice and citrusy calamansi.

Coastes is a great place to hangout over drinks and food with friends. It's away from all that crazy crowd you get in the city, which is probably the reason why i like it even more. And with that, i guess that leaves no guesses where i'll be hanging out on the weekends in the weeks to come.

50 Siloso Beach Walk
Singapore 099000

This was an invited media tasting.

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