RWS Feng Shui Inn 风水廷

Category : RWS

I have always been under the impression that RWS Celebrity Chef Restaurants have 吓死人的价钱 aka sky-high prices 😛

And we always default to eating at RWS Malaysian Food Street when we’re at Resorts World Sentosa.

So my interest was piqued when I saw this poster while deciding where to eat at RWS.

More so because it was Cantonese cuisine.

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So here we are at RWS Feng Shui Inn 风水廷, located at Crockfords Tower 康乐福豪华酒店 Level G2.Right next to RWS VIP Casino.

First impression. Atas.

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Their service was very good. We saw that they adress some of their customers by name and we were allowed to study Feng Shui Inn’s menu at our own time. They were also very helpful in answering my numerous questions. Thanks 😀

We were pleasantly surprised that RWS Feng Shui Inn’s price point was not too bad…we had choices 😉

Their dim sum hours were over and we went ahead with their S$68++ per pax set dinner.

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First up is appetizers which is decent. Tea is not included in the set and is @ S$3.6 per pax.

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Our banquet style, 8 course set dinner is kicked off with Feng Shui Inn’s Cantonese Soy-braised Chicken served with Leeks. 风水廷香葱豉油鸡.

The seasoning & flavour is good though the chicken breast portion is a tad dry.

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And this is my favourite dish, Feng Shui Inn’s Trio Platter which includes Poached Scallops, Pan-fried Scallop Cake & Roasted Pork. 风水廷精选拼盘 (油泡带子,香煎带子饼,烧腩仔)

The Poached Scallop is fresh & bouncy. Pan-fried Scallop Cake is chewy with a nice texture. And the Roasted Pork is crispy. 2 of the Roasted Pork were better, with softer fats.

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I was slightly put off when I saw Feng Shui Inn’s Stir-fried Fresh Seasonal Vegetables with Cashew Nuts. 风水廷腰果炒时蔬. Asparagus. Not my type of vegetable.

And here I’m surprised. The asparagus wasn’t too bad and I quite enjoy its crunchiness without the strong taste I dislike. And who doesn’t like cashew nuts in their dishes 😀

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Feng Shui Inn’s Braised Bird’s Nest Soup with Crab Meat & Silken Beancurd 风水廷燕窝蟹肉白玉羹 is served warm with a pepper shaker.

Definitely not the usual Bird’s Nest with Rock Sugar. It was okay and I’m not really used to spreading pepper over warm bird’s nest 😛

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Feng Shui Inn’s Stir-fried Fresh Fish Fillets with Chef’s Special Sauce 风水廷干烧鲜鱼片’s fish is not bad too.

There’s a slightly crispiness to the fish and its sauce goes well with the Hor Fun.

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Feng Shui Inn’s Stir-fried Fresh Prawns with Hairy Gourds & Sliced Abalone with Abalone Gravy 风水廷鲍汁鲍鱼条节瓜炒虾球’s prawns are fresh and crunchy.

Its sauce, hairy gourds and sliced abalone goes well with the Hor Fun too.

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And for Feng Shui Inn’s Stir-Fried Hor Fun with Diced Vegetables & Egg White 风水廷菜粒蛋白炒河粉 which was mentioned twice earlier, it was a little bland.

The good thing is we have the sauces from the 2 dishes earlier to rescue it.

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Now stuffed to our throats, we have Feng Shui Inn’s Chilled Mango Sago Cream with Pomelo & Osmanthus. 风水廷桂花杨枝甘露.

It’s pretty good and has a unique taste to it there we weren’t able to pin point.

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Note: Feng Shui Inn’s dim sum comes in a set of 3 and they gear towards the traditional theme. Aka no fancicful dim sum as their target audience is the patrons of RWS VIP Casino where time is of the essence. So simplicity is beauty here 😉

RWS Feng Shui Inn 风水廷 (View in Google Maps)
Sentosa Gateway
Hard Rock Hotel Singapore
Resorts World Sentosa
Singapore 098269
GPS: 1.2555668,103.8198215
Tel: +65 6577 6599
Fax: +65 6577 8888

Lunch: 11am – 3pm
High Tea: 3pm – 5:30pm (Dim Sum last order at 5pm)
Dinner: 5:30pm – 11pm (Last order at 10:30pm)

Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday
Supper: 11pm – 1am (Last order at 12:30am)


RWS Malaysian Food Street @ Sentosa

Category : RWS

I’ve visited Resorts World Sentosa Singapore for no less than 10 times and I’ve never tried the food at RWS Malaysian Food Street because a colleague commented that the food there was really bad and not worth the trip. In fact I’ve always thought that it’s called RWS Malaysia Food Street and not Malaysian Food Street. Haha~

Anyway, being sick of eating only Toast Box with ridiculous prices and the forever crowded McDonald’s, we decided to check out RWS Malaysian Food Street with a fellow seminar course mate. The food is not cheap but between Toast Box and RWS Malaysian Food Street, the latter wins hands down. For the same price, I can have a more satisfying meal at RWS Malaysian Food Street *nods*

So I ended up having 3 separate meals at RWS Malaysian Food Street, trying food from 8 different stalls. It is perpetually crowded and luckily for us, there are always kind souls who vacate their seats after finishing their meal. Thanks for not hoarding! 🙂

On our first meal, we tried KL Wanton Mee ($4.50) & Penang Ah Mei Hokkien Prawn Noodle ($5.50).

I didn’t like the KL Wanton Mee. The wanton aka meat dumpling is not nice, the soup is bland and the noodle sauce is forgettable. The portion is also small and mostly importantly, there’s no chilli! The only plus point is its char siew. I won’t be eating this again.

My husband finds the Penang Ah Mei Hokkien Prawn Noodle is not too bad. His only feedback is that it’ll be better for him if the soup is non-spicy. I tried a bit of the soup. It’s decent and I like the hint of spiciness. Way better than my KL Wanton Mee. However, from a Prawn Noodles perspective, I prefer 肥仔排骨虾面 @ 118 Pasir Panjang Rd.

For dinner, we had Penang Lim Brothers’ Char Koay Teow (S$5.50) & KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Mee (S$6.50). Both are good *thumbs up*

Penang Lim Brothers’ Char Koay Teow is lightly seasoned and not too oily. It’s different from the usual black oily sweet Char Kway Teows found in hawker centres which I dislike. The Penang Lim Brothers’ Char Koay Teow is closer to dry seafood hor fun, just that they use Koay Teow instead of hor fun. Nice!

When I realized that the KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Mee is the black Hokkien Mee, I was thinking “Oh my goodness, why? If I’d known earlier, I won’t order this.” I’ve tried the black Hokkien Mee in KL itself before and I really disliked it. I dislike thick noodles like udon.

With zero expectations, I had my first mouthful and boy was I surprised! Despite the noodles being very thick, it wasn’t chewy like rubber. The texture was just nice and the seasoning was perfect. And, it’s not too oily too. Thumbs up!

For our final meal at RWS Malaysian Food Street, we had Klang Bak Kut Teh (S$6.50) & Fried Ying Yong (S$6.50).

The herbal taste was absent from the Klang Herbal Bak Kut Teh. There was only sweetness. Disappointed. Dislike.

The Fried Ying Yong isn’t an obvious dish as there wasn’t any photo and folks who patronize the stall usually just order the KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Mee. Yes, it’s at the same stall. The Fried Ying Yong is conjured from behind the wall/door aka you won’t be able to see who’s the chef or what the dish looks like before it’s placed on your tray. The good thing is, the queue is much shorter/faster than the KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Mee.

I LOVE the Fried Ying Yong. It’s called Ying Yong as it’s a combination of Seafood Hor Fun and Crispy Fried Bee Hoon (buried underneath the Seafood Hor Fun). I was absolutely blown away! I love the medley of textures between the silky Hor Fun & Crispy Fried Bee Hoon. Delicious! Highly recommended! My favourite item so far! 😀

I think I will have a tough choice between eating the Fried Ying Yong again versus trying out the other stalls at my next visit to Resorts World Sentosa Malaysian Food Street *dilemma*

RWS Malaysian Food Street (View in Google Maps)
(On the left of the Universal Studios Singapore entrance)
Resorts World Sentosa
8 Sentosa Gateway
Singapore 098269

GPS: 1.257072,103.820359

Operating Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday
11:00am – 9:30pm

Friday & Saturday
11:00am – 10:30pm

Closed on Wednesday