Saturday, November 30, 2013

Staycation: Hard Rock Cafe and Malaysian Food Street @ Sentosa

How can a staycation at Hard Rock Hotel be completed without having a meal at Hard Rock Cafe? As hotel guests of Hard Rock Hotel, we have 15% discount at Hard Rock Cafe!



Entranced, the staff gave Pei Pei and Hao Hao some crayons (we can take them home!) and menu-cum-activity sheet. Really thoughtful of them to occupy the children while waiting for the food to be served.

There are kid's meals which cost S$10 nett per set, each set comes with free flow of coke or sprite.

While Hao Hao enjoyed his cheese burger, Pei Pei did not really like the fish and chips, as it was hard as rock.

We ordered the Legendary 10 Oz Burger (S$25++). The waiter was very helpful, he heard that two of us were sharing, so he offered to cut the burger into halves before serving to us.



The beef was very succulent, and the crisp fried onion ring in it gave us a crunchy feel. It was not too oily, as compared to some burgers in other restaurants.

Dessert time! We had Mud Pie (S$16++)!


Chocolate ice-cream on top and coffee ice-cream at the bottom, with a layer of chocolate base, together with crunchy almond flakes, though a bit expensive, the Mud Pie was so heavenly! What a pity that Pei Pei didn't have a bite, as she was too exhausted after swimming soaking in water the whole day.

As the Mud Pie was really frozen, the spoon didn't work well. As I was about to break the spoon, the observant waiter again offered his assistance by taking a set of folk and knife for me to cut the Mud Pie!

Thumbs up to the helpful and friendly waiter!

On the next day, before we checked out from the hotel, we had our lunch at Malaysian Food Street.

Yes, you can enjoy the hawker food from different parts of Malaysia in one place without travelling all the way to Malaysia!

The old town ambience gave a nostalgic feel to the dining experience.




We ordered KL (Kuala Lumpur) Wantan Mee (S$4.50), which was swallowed by the two hungry children in split seconds, so I didn't manage to take a photo of it.

We also ordered Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice (S$8). It uses a unique heated charcoal cover, so the rice is really piping hot! The chicken is well-marinated and soft.




Read about our first family staycation adventure at Sentosa!
Stay - Resorts World Sentosa Hard Rock Hotel
Play - Resorts World Sentosa Hard Rock Hotel and Festive Hotel swimming pools


Read about other places you can visit in Sentosa:
Adventure Cove
S.E.A. Aquarium and Maritime Experiential Museum
Universal Studio Singapore

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7 comments :

  1. Stop in from ubc...oh it all looks so good.
    Coffee is on

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  2. It sounds as though you had a lovely holiday. Blessings to your sweet family!

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  3. I love the look of the mud pie, I have a sweet tooth!
    MMM! :)

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  4. Looks oh so yummy. Can tell buy the grins on there faces.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Yes peppylady, the food is yummy (except the fish and chips)

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