Looking for some of the trendiest restaurants in Sentosa? Set within the Sentosa Golf Club, Panamericana in Singapore is celebrating its fifth anniversary with new offerings on the menu. From delectable tarts to new tipples, here’s what guests can look forward to at this popular restaurant in Sentosa – along with the great view!
The Bakery at Panamericana Singapore
Panamericana’s freshly updated bakery menu features an expanded selection of sweet and savoury treats. Designed to stay flavourful for longer without losing their freshness, these baked delights are made to be effortlessly eaten without any fuss – great as snacks at home or for on the go. New signature items include Pear & Grape Crumble Tart ($5), Seven Tails XO Canelé ($4) and Kombu & Seaweed Flatbread ($8). Other baked treats include Blueberry Frangipane Tart, Black Sesame & White Chocolate Tart, Matcha & Yuzu Canelé and Cranberry Cream Cheese Bread Bar.
Try the Grill Menu at this restaurant in Sentosa
Cooking with a zero waste philosophy in mind, Panamericana’s latest dishes are made to elevate the main ingredient into a singular, star dish. Take, for example, the Binchotan-seared Hokkaido Scallops ($38), where every part of the scallop is put to use. Even the trimmings are made into crunchy, addictive scallop crackers! Meanwhile, the pork floss in the Land & Sea “Noodles” dish ($40) is made using the meat from the ham hock broth. The restaurant’s culinary approach ensures that no ingredient goes to waste, with every dish thoughtfully created with sustainability in mind. Other must-try new offerings include Spanish Suckling Pig Belly and Charred Savoy Cabbage.
Cocktails at Panamericana Singapore
The cocktail menu at this trendy restaurant in Sentosa has also been updated. It features fizz-forward cocktails and a refresh of its signature cocktails, drawing inspiration from regions located along the Pan-American Highway. The drinks at Panamericana in Singapore can be enjoyed with your favourite spirit or as a mocktail. Options include Tepache, a cooling Mexican fermented brew made from pineapple water, cacao, nutmeg and clove, and Piña Colada Tea, inspired by the famous Puerto Rican cocktail. Alternatively, try these classics, elevated by the cocktail-making skills of the Panamericana team: Colombian High Tea (a twist on Whisky Sour), Puerto Rico Clarified Punch (an elevated Rum Punch) and Buenos Aires Cup (inspired by Pimm’s Cup).
If you’re keen to sample the offerings at one of the best restaurants in Sentosa, be sure to check out the full menu at panamericana.sg,
This article first appeared in the May 2023 edition of Expat Living. You can purchase the latest issue or subscribe, so you never miss a copy!
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