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💕Chest of Pearls, By Chef Noriyoshi Teruya of Syun (photo 1).
💕Nonya Sapphires, By Chef Lee Chee Man of Feng Shui Inn (photo 2)
💕Pink-hued Ocean’s Jewels, By Chef Goh Wee Meng, Executive Sous Chef of Resorts World Sentosa (photo 3)
💕Thai-inspired Siamese Jade Dumpling, By Chef Surangkana “Aae” Sub-Anan, Chef de Cuisine of Resorts World Sentosa (photo 4).
💕Twin Treasures, By Chef Tang Puck Seng, Executive Chef of Resorts World Sentosa
💕Bouquet of Rubies Dumpling, By Chef Kenny Kong, Executive Pastry Chef of Resorts World Sentosa
💕Eternal Amber, By Chef Danny Fong of Osia Steak and Seafood Grill
💕Golden Summer, By Chef Li Kwok Kwong of Feng Shui Inn

💰$118 nett per set of 8 dumplings
(S$98 nett for RWS Invites and Genting Rewards members)

A delivery fee of S$25 per location applies or enjoy free delivery for online orders of 3 sets and above.

Preorder from 14 May to 11 June 2021, for place order can visit this link www.rwsentosa.com/dumplingfeast 

📍RWS Sentosa.


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After a day out at universal studio Singapore, Burpplebeyond kindly gave us the option to dine at Duckland that we’ve only heard about.
While the Irish duck was not available due to COVID, we had a decent spread of a hybrid menu between Chinese fare and English grub.

For example 烧鸭面 and 咸菜鸭汤, versus the above pie with duck meat. The Chinese fare was flavourful, while the duck meat was nothing spectacular- maybe we should come back for the Irish duck.
As for my pie with on point flakes and layers, the tough duck breast meat was the downside with a little too much potato chunks instead of tomato & pineapples I was anticipating.

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we’ve ordered their pizza and beef rendang — to which i would say we’ve enjoyed them both very much! the crust on the pizza resembles that of a crispy bread, which i really liked but not so much for my partner 😅😅 the beef rendang is very tender and flavourful, alongside their great customer service, Harry’s at Sentosa is highly recommended!

Posting the photo of the only item that is of any good at this place - Kalua Pulled Pork ($30). It is very flavourful and putting it in the pineapple added an extra flavour that complemented the entire dish very well.

What made this a disappointing experience include:
- Made a reservation and requested for indoor space, but the only seats left were under the beach umbrella and the service staff told us the seats may be wet as it was raining. Well, we don't have much choice, do we?
- Asked the service staff if the fish was raw or cooked, but she wasn't sure and was seen going around asking 2 or 3 people before she came back to us.
- We were told there's 1for1 promotion this month and it's applicable for Main and Bowl. But when we placed order for 1 main + 1 bowl and other sides, they told us it had to be from the same category. We were okay to pay the full price but the service staff kept asking if we want one more main or one more bowl. So we changed our orders to 4 mains instead.
- When the staff put the food down on our table, it didn't look anything like what we might have ordered, so we asked what was it. Surprisingly she didn't know what is it and had to go check with the kitchen.
- When we finally asked for the bill, they did not key in the 1for1 discounts and charged us full bill. When we asked about it, the staff started questioning one another - why was the order keyed in like this? Is the 1for1 applicable for mains?

The food might have been mediocre, but the service was really terrible. Some staff training might help salvage the situation. Or maybe it's just us, the other customers looked quite happy with their beers and bar bites.

Other food include:
- Fish and chips ($25)
- Huli Huli Chicken ($20, but it's just chicken in teriyaki sauce, though the grilled zucchini is excellent)
- Hapu U Pu ($25, a very very small portion of sea bass)

They didn't allow change to matcha w red bean so this was the complimentary dessert after the mango sticky rice hiccup

My only complaint was that the coconut ice cream melted a lot after being served on the warm tapioca, probably better if they were separate. Oh and also while the two elements weren't overly sweet on their own, they tasted abit saccharine together

Otherwise this was delicious. The tapioca was cooked in a thick syrup and the texture is right between dried tapioca and fresh. Best to share but I wiped it out myself

The sticky rice was ok but the mango was very sour. Not mango season but the staff very nicely offered to change another dessert, so all's good. Probably just wait for mango season then

Huge bowl. Sufficiently sweet, sour and spicy to be shiok. Fresh seafood makes it a good bowl but not as impressive comparing to their fried seafood vermicelli or kangkong