If you’re free tomorrow (Easter Sunday) and the rest of April, do consider bringing your families to dine at Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove! Besides the serene marina waterfront where kids can scoot and run freely, we like Quayside Isle for its large open space and various dining options!
Worthy of mention are two special promos taking place this month – April 2017.
Easter F&B Specials
Let your little one dine for free* and get crafty with an Easter Egg Colouring Contest and Easter Cookie Bake-out at Sabio by the Sea from 15 – 16 April 2017. Indulge in traditional brunch fare of bacon, eggs and pancakes at Greenwood Fish Market or have one with freshly baked bagels from Schmear as you keep your eyes peeled for a roving Easter Mascot distributing sweet treats (15 – 16 April 2017, 6.30pm to 8pm).
We had a pocket of free time today so we brought the kids over to Quayside Isle in search of a relaxing brunch. Since the daughter’s in the mood for some Egg Benedict, we decided to dine at The Big Fat Mama (which serves a variety of brunch and Mediterranean fare starting from SGD10). This is our first time dining at this restaurant and possibly our last. Service was brisk but the food quality and portion are nothing to shout about. In fact, the bacon in Daddy’s Big Breakfast was dried and crusty, the beef patty in mine was overcooked and Dana’s Egg Ben was overly-salty (we did not finish our food, which is very rare!). The wait staff also looked disoriented and incompetent to handle the long weekend crowd (oh wait, but the restaurant was only half-filled?!). I so totally regretted not taking up Daddy’s original suggestion to dine at the Greenwood Fish Market next door.
Feeling a tad unsatisfied from our brunch, we walked a few doors down to Joe & The Juice, where we ordered an Avocado Shake and a Club Sandwich for the kids to share. Joe & The Juice did not disappoint. Staff was friendly, service prompt and food quality consistently fresh. We liked its industrial chic interior which provides plenty of funky backdrops for selfies/wefies.
We were told there would be carousel rides, an inflatable bounce house and some fun game stalls by Uncle Ringo every weekend in April. But they were all closed when we were there this morning. So do take note of the opening hours: Fridays: 5-9pm and Saturdays & Sundays: 2 to 9pm. Each ride would cost SGD5 per child.
The saving grace of today’s visit to Quayside Isle is the fact that it was a slow-paced, breezy morning and the kids did enjoy a few hours of outdoor fun scooting and biking around the marina before the sky gave way to a thunderstorm. In life, there will be hits and misses, let’s hope our next visit to Quayside Isle will yield greater satisfaction. Have an awesome April!
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