Food Guide


The great thing about dining in Sentosa is that there are over 120 food and beverage outlets at The State of Fun.

That means whether you’re craving Thai food, Western cuisine or simply good ol’ local fare, there’s something for everyone!

And that includes the Muslim foodies, of course. Read on for a list of delicious Halal restaurants to eat at The State of Fun.


For familiar Asian favourites: Good Old Days

This is the place for all things local and delicious. Here, you’ll find the tried and tested, classic dishes that won’t go wrong like Laksa, Chicken Rice, Nasi Briyani and Satay, just to name a few!

There’s even a buffet service starting from 5pm each day, and a variety of local dishes will be prepared for some indulgent feasting. The best thing about it? You don’t have to break the bank — Adults eat at $29 while kids eat at $24!

If you need some familiar, comforting and scrumptious food, don’t hesitate to head down to Good Old Days Food Court.


For the best of what Malaysia has to offer: Malaysian Food Street Image Beside

Malaysian Food Street has a unique and quaint old-town ambience to flavour the experience of indulging in some of Malaysia's finest and famous hawker fare.

Be sure to try Malaysia’s national bestsellers, the Kampung Nasi Lemak and other tasty nosh such as Roti Prata, Nasi Briyani at affordable prices ranging from $5 and above.

It also serves authentic dishes from around the Peninsula range from KL Claypot Rice to Penang Hokkien Mee to Klang Bak Kut Teh and much more.

For those that want variety: Streats Asian Cafe

For those that want variety: Streats Asian Cafe

If you’re undecided on what to eat, why not head on down to Streats Asian Café?  The place offers foodies more than 100 popular choices from Chinese noodles, rice and dim sum, to Indonesian fried noodle, ikan penyet & beef rendang and Western sandwiches, pasta and set meals.

The extensive dining menu is also paired with a plethora of hot and cold beverages, as well as desserts that will definitely appeal to your palate! 


For hot and crispy goodness: Marrybrown

There are the usual fast food places such as the Golden Arches and The Colonel’s on the island but this one is worth a shout. Malaysia’s popular fast-food chain makes its way to Sentosa. The menu features a variety of treats including Crispy Chicken, Burgers, Nasi Marrybrown, Mi Kari, Fish N Chips, and Chicken Porridge.

If you’re spoilt for choice, go with The Chick-A-Licious ($7.50, $9.90 for a set with drink) which comes with 2 pieces of original recipe chicken, drenched in black pepper sauce.

Marrybrown’s the place to go if you need your fried-chicken fix.


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