Ghoul To Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove for Halloween Treats

It’s the week of Halloween!! Have you bought your costume yet? If you are not in the mood for any Halloween tricks, how about some devilishly delicious TREATS?

We headed down to Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove to try out their Halloween goodies… And we tell you, they are soooo good you have to GHOUL!!!

For the Candy Lovers

Simply dine in the following participating restaurants and YELL “Trick or Treat” to receive candy goodies! NO minimum purchase required.

Joe & the Juice

Try the refreshing Pick Me Up drink which is a concoction of Apple, Raspberry, Banana. It is yummilicious and sure to give you more than enough energy to party through the night! For those  more adventurous souls, you may want to try the Young Blood (Celery, Lemon, Apple).

Tame your hunger pangs with their organic Turkey Sandwich (Turkey, Mozzarella, Tomato)… you will be able to go further on your candy hunt journey.

And if you are up to it, the baristas will perform entertaining tricks for you too. Talk about a Trick AND Treat!! 

For Those with A Dragon’s Appetite

The Full Moon has penchant for causing havoc in your system and make you crave for more. Come satisfy your insatiable appetite at the following restaurants:

Gin Khao Bistro

Nothing scary about this Halloween set. In fact, it is disturbingly delicious!

Here is the full menu:
1. Pla Muek Yang Nahm JImm (Scorched fresh squid served with Thai green chilli dip)
2. Truffle Mun Pla (Pan seared truffle infused Thai fish cake)
3. Tom Kha Koong (Succulent fresh prawn braised in chicken and coconut broth served in coconut husk)
4. Kor Moo Yang (Flame grilled tender pork neck served with sticky rice and Thai dip)
5. Kanom Pheuak (Yam paste with coconut sauce)


If the names of this is not enough to tempt your devil senses, I don’t know what will. ‘Vampire’s Libation’ (Hibiscus Tea) and ‘Medusa’s Supper’ (Blueberry Meringue with Vanilla Ice Cream Raspberry Coulis and Popping Candy)

Just to throw it in, if you are ever in a mood to put your emotions on a canvass, here is a lovely restaurant to put your creative juices to good use.

Two Chefs Bar

This Mexican Halloween dinner is insanely deadly. Deadly GOOD. Choose from a menu of Witches Brew (Butternut Pumpkin soup infused with cilantro and crab), Nasty Nibbles (Goblin Claws made of Jalapeno chillies stuffed with cream cheese and beans, sour cream and guacamole on the side) and Dinner of the Dead (Slimy Black Linguine with beef meatballs cooked with Italian tomato and basil sauce and shaved parmesan).

Greenwood Fish Market

The catch of the day should certainly be this beautiful school of fish light. This is a beautiful restaurant to hang out and let the devil in you indulge. We were treated to a delightful selection of oysters, donuts and sample of small bites!

For the Dauntless

&MADE Burger Bistro

On Halloween weekend (29th and 30th October), enjoy their Spooky Spaghetti with Eyeballs for only $12++.  In addition, all kids get a FREE ‘Ghost Beard’ and the chance to visit the Haunted House. Parents can enjoy their Jack-o’-Lantern Platter @ $42++ (for 2 or more hungry people).

Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove is an integrated retail development with 15 contemporary international dining concepts and 9 specialty stores along a beautiful waterfront with a breathtaking view of luxury yachts and captivating sunset.

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Till our next post, love yourself, love one another.

Meiling Wong

Meiling is a Singaporean mom who loves spending time with her 2 kids until they ditch her for slime-making and digital gaming. These days, she keeps herself busy trying to keep up with the social media while still contemplating if she should learn how to play "Clash Royale".

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