Wining and dining moves to a different rhythm with the opening of La Terrace by Saint Pierre at Sentosa Cove. This is where you can pop in as you are, whether you’ve just ended a brutal day at the office, spent the whole day shopping or have had a whale of a holiday. No need to rush home or to the hotel to shower and dress up. After all, Sentosa Cove is known for its al fresco dining and casual atmosphere, where diners come early to watch the amazing sunset set off by the silhouette of yachts moored at the Marina.
La Terrace is the al fresco extension of modern French restaurant, Saint Pierre. So you can expect the same standard of innovative cuisine that Chef Emmanuel Stroobant is synonymous with.
Opened on 1st April, 2015, La Terrace is already getting a steady stream of customers who come to relax with a wine or cocktail. The restaurant stocks a wide variety of red and white wines as well as champagne. A monthly selection of wines is offered at La Terrace at a special price. If nothing on the selected list catches your fancy, ask for the wine list and menu from Saint Pierre upstairs. The staff will be more than happy to oblige.
The menu at La Terrace ranges from simple to extravagant. Enjoy succulent Fine de Claire oysters that are shucked to order and served with a wedge of lemon and shallot vinegar. If you are out to impress, the Oscietra Caviar with brioche, shallot and Cream dish will do nicely.
Also, highly recommended are Green Tea Smoked Salmon with crème fraiche and lemon as well as Hokkaido Scallop Sashimi with a tangy, fruity citrus dressing laced with a touch of wasabi to bring out the freshness of the raw scallops. Can’t decide? Have the Seafood Platter combo of Scallop Sashimi, Tuna Tartare, Prawn Sushi and Smoked Salmon.
For meaty bites, the Classic Steak Tartare with Egg Yolk Confit and Wild Herbs or Wagyu Beef MBS 9 Carpaccio with Truffle Dressing are just perfect. That’s just a start. A glass of excellent wine demands not one but a few great companions, so go ahead and pamper your tastebuds with the house speciality Foie Gras.
Saint Pierre’s signature dish Pan-fried Foie Gras with caramelised apple and old port sauce is made available at La Terrace. There’s also Homemade Foie Gras Terrine with Salted Butter Brioche for a lighter yet just as scrumptious option.
In the cool, balmy evenings, a plate of charcuteries makes so much sense. At La Terrace, a platter includes Foie Gras Terrine with Spanish Ham, Saucisson and Duck Rillette. For something simple, try the French Cheese Platter or perhaps indulge in Flourless Belgian Chocolate cake.
La Terrace by Saint Pierre is located at 31 Ocean Way, #01-15, Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375.
The opening hours are from Mondays to Fridays for dinner only from 5.30pm to midnight (last
order 9.30pm), and on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays for lunch and dinner from
11.30am to 3.00pm (last order 2.30pm) and 5.30pm to midnight (last order 9.30pm).