That’s right — Sentosa will be holding its first-ever food festival from 21 October to 31 December 2022. Be prepared to embark on a gastronomic adventure across Sentosa, filled with a smorgasbord of exciting events and food-fueled experiences spanning the course of 10 consecutive weeks.
GrillFest (21 Oct–13 Nov)
First up, the iconic Sentosa GrillFest will be making a comeback with delectable grilled delights and beachside barbecues from 21 October to 13 November along Siloso Beach. With 31 F&B establishments spread out over four different food zones, you can expect an array of creative grilled foods like smoked meats, desserts, and many more.
Local Flavours features local delights with smoky grilled flavours, including the likes of charcoal wok-fried Hokkien mee, Brazilian churrasco BBQ, and bamboo nasi lemak, which can be enjoyed within the brand-new Central Beach Bazaar.
If you’ve visited the previous renditions of GrillFest, make a beeline for Greatest Hits, which showcases elevated fan favourites by participating eateries like Homeground Grill & Bar, Wild Tide, and more.
One of the more unique zones, Just Grill, will allow guests to choose from an assortment of fresh meat or seafood and have them grilled to their liking, served with a selection of specially curated sides.
After all that feasting, you can wind down with craft beer, live music, and good vibes at Chill Out, a special zone along the beach at Emerald Pavilion. Don’t miss out on the limited-edition brews, grilled fruits, and artisanal ice cream offerings.
Restaurant Trail (7–17 Nov)
Discover all the gastronomical experiences the island has to offer at the Sentosa Restaurant Trail, which will take place on Mondays to Thursdays from 7 to 17 November. You can eat your way around the world at 12 venues islandwide (beach clubs and waterfront restaurants included) offering specially curated lunch or dinner set menus from as low as S$30++.
Look forward to scrumptious mains such as woodfire-grilled ribeye steak, Mediterranean squid ink paella, and Hawaiian-inspired Huli Huili chicken at participating restaurants like Bedrock Origin, FOC Sentosa, and Ola Beach Club.
The festival atmosphere wouldn’t be complete without the Sentosa Food Truck Fiesta from 18 to 27 November (Fridays to Sundays), with mouthwatering fare served up from food trucks. Coupled with the complimentary Movies by the Beach screenings and a Festive Market (a shopper’s paradise), you’re in for an unforgettable evening under the stars.
Last but not least, beer enthusiasts can say “bottoms up” at Craft Beer Jamboree from 25 November to 4 December (Fridays to Sundays), a gathering of local and international craft beer brands all in one place.
You can also look forward to food-related programmes and workshops, with details to be announced at a later date.
Do note that tickets to the Sentosa Food Fest are not required and entry is free, so all you need to do is simply turn up and have a good time.
See you at Sentosa!
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