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Monday, 1 September 2014

Pisco South American Kitchen and Bar at Sentosa

Date of visit: 18.06.2014


This food review is a bit back dated, but it's still worth blogging about it, cos' the dishes serve here were quite special.

We were at Sentosa for Trick Eye Museum and we found Pisco which we went in for lunch.

During that period, they were having a promotion.
Take a photo at this booth near the entrance of the restaurant, share it on Instagram for a
$10 discount of the bill!  Good deal right, heehee...

It's a spacious and cheery restaurant with colorful furnitures.

Was to busy with my active toddler nephew, we settled for this -

Soup of the day was mushroom soup.

Quesadillas.
It's flour tortilla filled with cheese and tomato.

It was surprising light, the melted cheese within was generous without overbearing richness.  Little cubes of tomatoes compliments the cheese with sweet and juiciness.
Almost wanted to order more.

We ordered a salmon and a chicken skewer.
Salmon was perfectly grilled without overcooking.  Chicken was flavourful with slight charred on the outside.

Olive rice.
I don't like olive, but these were quite nice as well.

Churros with chocolate dip.
It's fried bread coated with sugar, very soft and fluffy inside.  It was good on it's own even without the chocolate dip.

Overall experience was pleasant with great quality of food.

Pisco South American Kitchen and Bar
26 Sentosa Gateway
The Forum, Level 1
#01-231/232
Singapore 098138


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