Nothing about this place was what I expected from a resort. It did not feel like we were in a resort at all. The service was very poor- we watched as people had to ask multiple times for something like a fork to eat fried...More
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After long day travelling called in here with kids. Menu was simple and service quick and friendly. Enjoyed a simple meal with a draught Tiger Beer. I tried a seafood noodle soup and it was delicious. Not sure about the others restaurants in the Shangri...More
After days in the resort, we opted for something different. Great variety, for people who likes dry or soup noodles. The place is also child friendly and definitely for families. Food is good, though a must try for the tourists will be the meats.
Our kid was feeling tired after a brilliant afternoon at the beach and requested to dine at the hotel despite an offer to visit her favorite toy store at Vivocity. We headed for 8 Noodles as it served cantonese and local style dishes, which were...More
After a long flight from the United States I decided to eat at 8 Noodles since it was located in the resort I was staying in as I was not in the mood to wander around Sentosa Island. The restaurant is located on the third...More
Easter Egg search It was never in my intention to step into Shangri-la rasa Sentosa. It was never occurred to me to step even into the dining area because I have no intention of eating there. The Sentosa Great egg venture kick-start this by hiding...More
Firstly,considering this was a hotel restaurant the prices were very reasonable but more importantly the food was delicious and plentiful.We really enjoyed our dinner.
Hat's off to Sara and the great chefs. I cannot recommend this place any higher. You will never leave this place hungry or disappointed.
OK for a quick meal but lacking in service, or maybe it was an 'off night' for our waitress? This restaurant was not reflective of Shangri-La's normal standard.