How much is food in Universal Studios Singapore?
Sentosa is an island resort off Singapore's southern coast. It's a playground with loads of activities for everyone. You could visit the beach, visit Universal Studios Singapore, go to a casino and more. With that being said, a trip to Sentosa can turn out to be quite expensive. It's a tourist spot after all. In Sentosa, it's almost impossible to find cheap food. In Universal Studios Singapore, a bowl of local noodles will cost you about S$12 and a bottle of water could cost up to S$5! Honorable Rat recommends for you to eat in or pack some food from elsewhere before visiting Sentosa.
Vivocity has more reasonably priced food
There's a shopping mall called Vivocity that is home to the monorail station, in which you can take to head to Sentosa island. In Vivocity, you will be able to find many restaurants and a food court. Food here is more reasonably priced than food in Sentosa. The food court in Vivocity has a good selection of local food and its prices are mid-range. Definitely cheaper than anything you will find in Sentosa island, but if you are looking for even cheaper food around this area, there's no better place than Seah Im Food Court!
How do I get to Seah Im Food Court?
Seah Im Food Court is easily accessible from HarbourFront MRT Station. This is the MRT station in which you will come to, when visiting Sentosa. Take exit A in HarbourFront MRT station and Seah Im Food Court will be right in front of the exit. You cannot miss it!
What kind of food can I find in Seah Im Food Court and how much will it cost?
Seah Im Food Court is a hawker center that has a lot of different food stalls. At Seah Im Food Court, you can find many types of local and foreign food. Most dishes are priced at around $4! That's cheaper than what you would find in Vivocity and Sentosa!
3 Food Stalls you must try at Seah Im Food Court!
1) Thaksin Beef Noodles
Thaksin Beef Noodles specializes in Thai beef noodles. They also serve up Thai fried rice and Phad Thai. All dishes served up at Thaksin Beef Noodles are good, but if you could only choose one dish, go for the Thai beef noodles. It's super flavorful and delicious. It has been featured in a lot of local newspapers and TV shows. Still can't decide on what to order? Why don't you order yourself a bowl of Thai beef noodles, and get a Phad Thai or Thai fried rice to go? When you get hungry in Universal Studios Singapore, find an empty bench and chomp away on your amazingly affordable, yet delicious food!
2) Rezki Allah
Rezki Allah sells Indian food and it specializes in prata! At Rezki Allah, you can top your prata with different ingredients. You can choose either sweet or savory. Want something savory? Go for cheese prata or Murtabak (Prata with meat). Want something sweet? Go for honey prata or chocolate-banana prata. Want something uniquely Singaporean? Go for the kaya prata. There's a type of prata for everyone!
We've covered noodles. We've covered bread. It's time for some rice. Aspirasi serves up Indonesian-style chicken rice. This is quite different from the chicken rice that Singapore is famous for, but just as delicious! Want to know more about the difference between chicken rice in South-East Asia? Click here to find out. At Aspirasi you can choose the type of sauce to accompany your chicken rice. You can choose between sambal (Spicy Indonesian sauce), sweet & sour, lemon or black pepper. If you can handle spice, I highly recommend going for sambal or black pepper. If spice is not your thing, go for sweet & sour or lemon. No matter which one you choose, be ready for an amazing dish that will definitely put a smile on your face!