What do you think about Native Kitchen brings a mix of Asian and Polynesian island culture and cuisine to the table?

Offering an exciting medley of Tropical Islander Cuisine with well-loved Asian Favourites, and especially suited for families and groups.

Go on a gastronomical “island hopping” adventure with Native Kitchen. The all-day dining restaurant located within Village Hotel at Sentosa serves up authentic and wholesome cuisine from the tropics, in a setting that welcomes the sharing of meals and conversations. The menu celebrates the best of Asian and Polynesian island culture and cuisine, using fresh ingredients and culinary techniques that bring out their natural flavours.

Platters and Selection

The restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Patrice Godino from France. With close to 20 years of international experience and expertise in a wide range of culinary styles, Chef Patrice is an epicurean who aspires to create a memorable dining experience for every guest.

Chicken Rice

Chicken Rice

He carved his career by working with top chefs in Europe, and subsequently led kitchens in various parts of the world, including tropical islands. He has taken up culinary stints in Spain, Switzerland, the West Indies, the Caribbean, and Australia, from 5-star hotels to fine dining.

Classic Mojito

Classic Mojito

Under Chef Patrice’s direction, Native Kitchen’s menu includes iconic dishes from various islands in Southeast Asia as well as the Polynesian islands. Well-loved local favourites are featured in the menu, alongside international food, to suit all palates. He believes in the simplicity of food – that a good meal should be easy to appreciate, and the flavours of fresh produce must stand out without being masked by heavy sauces or extensive plating.

Classic Burgers

Classic Burger and Fries

Some of the restaurant’s signature dishes that are bound to whet your appetite for more include appetisers such as the Watermelon & Feta Salad ($14) which is served with watermelon, feta cheese, cherry tomatoes and cucumber in a lime dressing and tossed with chia seeds, and the delicious Island Ceviche ($18) with Barramundi, cucumbers and carrots marinated in lime juice, coconut milk and ginger.

Meat Platter

Meat Platter

For the main course, choose between comfort food items such as a Big Kahuna Burger ($28) filled with chopped steak, grilled pineapple and thick bacon, or a Mojo Pork Cubano Sandwich ($18). Other delectable options are Misoyaki Butterfish ($40) and Bebek Goreng ($25), a Balinese-styled deep fried duck served with jasmine rice.

Bebek Goreng

Bebek Goreng

Conveniently located near family-friendly attractions such as Palawan Beach and KidZania Singapore, and next to a Sentosa Express monorail station, Native Kitchen is a natural choice especially for families.

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Sharing platters and live wood tables with space for up to 28 guests at a sitting are designed to suit families and groups of all sizes. A special Kids Menu, which doubles up as an activity sheet, is available for young children.

 

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John
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96 comments
5 April 2019
Native Kitchen is an interesting take on a mix of Asian and Polynesian cuisine. The menu is quite extensive although it does pride itself on Sharing Platters - and these platters are quite substantial in portion. The meat and seafood platter was quite impressive with a good selection enough for 4 people to share. Platters are the focus here. My suggestion is to select a number of items from the menu and then all dig in and enjoy the comfort food. It's hearty and it's wholesome. I started with the Watermelon & Feta Salad ($14) which is served with watermelon, feta cheese, cherry tomatoes and cucumber in a lime dressing and tossed with chia seeds. This was a refreshing dish that gave me an appetite to get through what was to come. The Bebek Goreng ($25), a Balinese-styled deep fried duck served with jasmine rice was my favourite though. The Duck fell off the bone and the rice was cooked to perfection. It is a simple dish but I am a simple eater so this was the star for me and the price was affordable especially when it comes to duck. The restaurant is quite cavernous allowing for larger groups and the space is versatile also allowing for bigger events to take place in the space. Native Kitchen is a good option when you next visit Sentosa. It is conveniently located within walking distance from Beach Station so it's easily accessible for all to enjoy.

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