Fantastic Dining Privileges with RWS Invites + Promo Code for RWS Invites Memberships!
Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) is home to many good restaurants including those helmed by celebrity chefs, such as Joël Robuchon Restaurant, Forest 森, Osia, Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora and Tangerine.
Many may not be aware of the RWS Invites membership that can provide dining privileges and great discounts at these restaurants.
Simply put, you can get rebates for dining (up to 50% at Forest and Osia, and 20% at the other restaurants mentioned), special monthly promotions and exclusive access to special events and treats all year long.
With a $150 annual membership, you get to pick one of five Welcome Packages worth up to $248. That includes RWS dining vouchers worth $200, OR 2 Universal Studios Singapore Adult One–Day Passes with special access to skip regular queues at five blockbuster attractions worth at least $148 (before special access).
RWS Invites Membership Promo!
DanielFoodDiary.com’s readers can now sign up for RWS Invites membership at a promotional rate of $135 (U.P. $150). Just click to rwsentosa.com/rwsinvitespromo and use the promo code 000198R
RWS Invites MEMBERS DINE FREE Promotion
More good news. With the RWS Invites card, members can earn up to 50% rebate at the following 6 restaurants – Forest 森, Osia, Palio, Starz Restaurant, Tangerine and KT’s Grill in Universal Studios Singapore! (Till 30 Dec 2014).
Member with one dining guest – 50% rebate
Member with two dining guests – 33% rebate
Member with three dining guests – 25% rebate
Party of 5-20 or Member dining solo – 20% rebate
With a 50% rebate, it essentially means one guest dines FREE. Plus, you can redeem the rebates (Invites$) – any time at all participating outlets in RWS (including Chili’s, TungLok Heen & Starbucks).
Here’s more about the 6 restaurants:
OSIA (Festive Walk)
Many friends have recommended Osia as one of their favourite restaurants within RWS. Led by Australian Celebrity Chef Scott Webster and local Chef de Cuisine Douglas Tay, the energy inside is quite infectious, with an open-kitchen where chefs present Western dishes using fresh Australian produce.
For steak lovers, I would recommend the Grainge Black Angus Beef Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce – tender and well-executed. Do not leave without trying at least one of its desserts – the indulgent luscious Valrhona Hot Chocolate Soup or Vanilla Mascarpone Iced Parfait.
Forest 森 (Equarius Hotel, Lobby)
Forest 森at Equarius Hotel is known for its 8-course and 10-course Discovery Menu, and “theatre kitchen” where you can catch the chefs in action. Local celebrity chef Sam Leong helming it needs little introduction, bringing contemporary Chinese fine dining to a distinctive arena – with Western and Thai influences.
An example is the Pan-fried Lamb Chop marinated with Cumin Powder in Green Curry Sauce ($38++), with a smooth divine Chinese style pan-cake carrot cake on the side. Your taste buds should come expecting surprises.
Tangerine (ESPA, Level 1)
A short walk away from Forest 森, you will find spa cuisine restaurant Tangerine within the ESPA. This spells tranquillity. The menu conceptualised by Chef Sam Leong and his wife Chef Forest Leong, has three defining features – it’s light, healthy and nutritious. Try Chef Forest’s creation, a Sous Vide Salmon Fillet with Red Capsicum Coulis and Tamarind Sauce ($22++), which brings health and flavours in a single dish.
Palio (Hotel Michael, Lobby)
A distinctive feature of Italian restaurant Palio is the use of warm orange colour, which also provides hints of the food and service you are likely get. Food served is authentic Tuscan cuisine, prepared with seasonal ingredients air-flown from Italy.
Other than the Hotel Michael Signature Pizza, the traditional handmade Pici Pasta, classic Tiramisu and fork tender Maialetto Grilled Kurobuta Pork Loin, makes hearty choices suitable for the family.
Starz Restaurant (Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Lobby)
Starz Restaurant within Hard Rock Hotel Singapore is modern looking with violet purple hued lighting, serving semi-buffet lunch and buffet dinner.
The spread of international and local cuisine provides a range from Singapore hawker favourite Laksa, Northern Indian curries, Japanese sushi to Italian gelato. Other than live stations, you can also request for some dishes prepared ala minute. Now, that’s great service.
KT’s Grill (Inside Universal Studios Singapore)
After rides in Universal Studios Singapore, friends always get cravings for churros, milkshakes and hotdogs. Sometimes steak. You can head to KT’s Grill, modelled after an old-town authentic New York Grill from the 50s.
Other than Bangers & Mash with a trio of flavored sausages – Italian herb, pork with swiss cheese & bratwurst, there are other filling options of Grain Fed Striploin, Thin-cut Ribeye Steak, Shephard’s Pie and Chicken and Mushroom Pasta Alfredo. Portions are sizable, you won’t get hungry.
[Giveaway Ended] RWS Invites Membership Special Giveaway
Thank you to RWS Invites Membership Programme, they will be rewarding 3 readers from DanielFoodDiary.com with an RWS Invites Membership each! Welcome package included.
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* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa. RWS Invites membership for DanielFoodDiary.com readers at a promotional rate of $135 (U.P. $150). Just click to rwsentosa.com/rwsinvitespromo and use the promo code 000198R.
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