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40 Siloso Beach Walk
Singapore 098996

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10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

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to these chicken satay, can't help it esp with the strong, tantalising smell of the grill as we chill on the day beds. Chunky chicken pieces showered with rich garlic bits and served with a pure peanut sauce. Perfect company to the relaxing afternoon ⛱️☀️ ($19.80)

Aglio Olio with it's rich coat of garlic, and reminds us of a good o butter carbonara. We would have easily gone for seconds 👅

With your choice of fettuccine, tagliatelle or spaghetti and for $12.80 (!!!)

Great for those with kids. We ordered aplenty of meat Platter. With beef, pork and 1 lamb ribs. But the lamb n beef is good thou, pork too hard for my liking... We ordered twice for the satays. Once chicken n once pork. They are apparently famous for their grills. Their pasta and pizzas is so-so only... They seem to run out of options for beer towers. Only left with peroni which costs ard $100 which is really ex. Anyway, my friend says she'll be back for the seafood grills which smells great. I'll choose OLA next door anytime if I'm ever there again.

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W doesn’t even eat desserts aight, and he was licking the bowl clean (literally drinking the melted liquids from the bowl) — this was THAT good. For $11.80++ you get a massive bowl of shaved ice, topped with nata de coco, pandan jelly, jackfruit, and a big saucer of gula melaka syrup. Sounds rather standard, even if the toppings and all are really fresh and tasty; but the actual game-changer here’s really their shaved ‘ice’. Instead of plain old water that leaves you searching for more syrup as you dig down further, Rumours freezes coconut water and shaves it down for the cendol — which means every mouthful is bursting with the creamy, tropical sweetness of the fruit and you’d NEVER have a boring, diluted, tasteless bite. Now how ingenious is that?! It’s like the cendol I never knew I loved, but now that I’ve found it there’s just no going back to the original 🤤


Ahhhh, the joy of finding a piece of Bali here in Singapore is fantastic 🥰 yeah there are many beach clubs around Sentosa, but what really stands Rumours apart from the others is the huge variety of Balinese food they offer. This Balinese Mixed Rice ($18++) comes with hearty sides of beef rendang, shredded chicken, beef jerky, grilled sambal beef satay, long beans, marinated egg, tempeh, and a side of fiery sambal. Without going on a never-ending description of each component, I’ll just say that everything was executed perfectly, and tasted pretty much as authentic as it can get. The rendang was tender and had wonderful flavours, the beef jerky had very nicely caramelised and crisp edges, and man they definitely didn’t hold back on the heat with that sambal as well. It’s super tasty, and packs quite a massive punch after your first couple of bites — looooove it.


We were half expecting bar grubs but the dishes on the menu at Rumours Beach Club shows the seriousness of the team in showcasing a strong Balinese offering. This is the Balinese Mixed Rice we had which is quite delicious.