Thursday, April 26, 2012

Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant's 50% Off Dim Sum Deal

Here's the deal. Dim Sum prices slashed by 50%. Sounds good. Definitely worth checking out...


Starting off with the Baked Asado Pie (P 95 regular price, P 47.50 discounted price) to set the tone. Nice flaky crust topped with sesame seeds for some crunch, and a savory meat filling.




Dip it in some chili sauce for a little heat, awesome. Things are looking good. On to the next dimsum bamboo steamer...


The Crystal Polonchay Dumpling (P 90 regular price, P 45 discounted price), filled with Chinese spinach and meat, great flavor and textures.


These go well with some soy sauce and kalamansi (local lime) dip.


The Hamsuy Kuk (P 85 regular price, P 42.50 discounted price) provides a tasty contrast with the other dimsum dishes. These fried crescent-shaped dumplings are made from glutinous rice flour with a savory pork filling.


The fried glutinous rice wrappers provide a nice chewy crunch, great with some chili sauce.


The Steamed Siao Long Pao Shanghai Style Dumplings (P 125 regular price, P 62.50 discounted price), filled with soup and pork.


Delicate and fragile, one has to be careful when picking this up or risk spilling some soup. Great with the dark vinegar dipping sauce.


The Crystal Spinach Dumpling ( P 120 regular price, P 60 discounted price), filled with pork and spinach, great textures.


Delicate, with subtle flavors, best with soy dipping sauce. With over 16 dimsum varieties to choose from, I can stay here all day. The 50% Off Dimsum deal is available only on weekdays, Monday to Friday, from 11:00am to 2:30pm and 5:30pm to 7:00pm. Pretty good deal, great value.


Let the dimsum feast begin...

Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant is located at Thompson's Square, Tomas Morato corner Roces Avenue, Quezon City or call 374-7747 for inquiries.

UPDATE: Sentosa Singaporean Restaurant is no longer at the above location, and has recently moved to Banawe in Quezon City.

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40 comments:

  1. You really do eat at some fantastic restaurants!! I truly enjoy seeing and drooling over your food conquests. This place is fantastic. :)

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    1. Hi Ramona, I couldn't resist the half price deal, and the dimsum's pretty good too, great value for money! Great to hear from you Ramona!

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  2. Those looks really good! Boy I miss going out to eat and enjoy some really good food that I didn't have to cook. Yummy! :)

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    1. Hi Adin, it's a pretty good deal and great value for money, I couldn't pass it up! Good food too! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Wow! this is a good deal! And I love that it's just in Tomas Morato, I could probably drop by soon. Thanks for sharing dude!

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    1. Hi Yedy, great value and pretty good dimsum too! Great to hear from you Yedy!

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  4. soo plenty of food! our family likes dim sum too. I enjoy the baked asado pie most. and really for the price, i think it's a good deal =)

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    1. Hi Kero, yup, the baked asado was really good, great value and great dimsum! Yhanks for stopping by!

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  5. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm those dimsum are delish they looks so watering :-) Returning from FF

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  6. Wow, dimsum galore! They all look good! Visiting from FTF!

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    1. Hi Jellybelly, yup a mini-feast for only P 270+, great value!

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  7. scrumptious..I love dim sum!

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    1. Hi wenn, dimsum's always a winner, and at these prices, it can't be beat! Thanks for visiting!

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  8. wow! that's a lot of savings!! the dimsums look yummy esp. the xiao long bao and polunchay dumplings! :)

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    1. Hi Berylle, great food, great price, a combination that's hard to beat! Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Hi January, excellent value for money. thanks for visiting!

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  10. Wow, dimsum overload! Reading the title of your post, I thought the restaurant's in Singapore, hahaha! Will visit the place one of these days.

    Visiting from Our Food Trip.

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    1. Hi Maui, be sure to check out the dimsum discount, really worth it! Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. omg, you're making me hungry and i just had dinner! love dimsum pero ang layo nito sa akin.:(

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    1. Hi Luna, if ever you are in this area, check it out! Thanks for stopping by!

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  12. I just love your site! So many wonderful discoveries! Now, I have to add this to my list to visit when I go back to Manila. Thanks for sharing, dude!

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    1. Hi Eric, thanks! Just note the scheds for the discounts, definitely a good deal not to be missed!

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  13. 50% off?! I'd definitely be there hahaha! Fantastic deal you got there. Everything looks delish... I'm just wondering where is my favorite chicken feet? Hahaha!

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    1. Hi iska, half-off dimsum deal, pretty cool! And the chicken feet is available too, I just have to muster enough courage to order it! Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Hi pinkc00kies, thanks! Double yum with the 50% discount!

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    1. Hi Tess, thanks! And thanks for dropping by!

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  16. when i started reading, kala ko sentosa in singapore...anyway, its closer pala, hehehe! and everything looks so delicious. i so love dimsum, nainggit naman po ako, sarap! at 50% great deal. visiting super late from FTF, see you around. thanks and have a great week. :)

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    1. Hi cHeErFuL, it's much closer to home, and a great deal! Thanks for stopping by!

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  17. Many people choose fine dining restaurants for a special occasion, so the food must not disappoint- in either selection or quality. You don’t need to feature a huge menu, but it should be interesting, offering unique items that patrons wouldn’t find at any other restaurant.


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    1. Hi Mac, very true. Thanks for visiting!

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  18. Your truly well-informed. I cant believe how much of this I just wasn't aware of. Thank you for bringing more information to this topic for me. I'm truly grateful and really impressed. Great website!

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  19. Oh, wow! This look sooo good!!! :)

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  20. Dim sun was my favorite, It looks good, I wish to try this.

    nuvali

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    1. Hi Jacob, good dimsum!Just heard this particular branch moved to Banawe already...

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