Discover a new perspective with Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa and savour inspired cuisine curated by Executive Sous Chef Leong
and his team.


Latest Recipe - All-day Dining Menu - Signature Dishes

Curated by Executive Sous Chef Leong, enjoy an interesting blend of Asian and Western delights at Latest Recipe with the unveiling of new menus to unlock the local destination with unique cuisine. For Western cuisine lovers, enjoy Forest Mushroom Soup for a start and relish main course dishes like the Signature Angus Beef Burger, Ciabatta Club Sandwich, 02-way Beef (Grilled rib eye and 60°C slow-cooked brisket with roasted garlic purée and baby carrots) and Pan-fried Locally-farmed Barramundi.

Experience a taste of Asia with local fare like Traditional Hainanese Chicken Rice and Singapore Laksa. Discover Indian delights like Chef Ashok’s signature Bombay Vegetable Biryani too. For a shot of inspiration to end the meal, sip on a cup of aromatic Illy coffee – available in options of freshly brewed coffee, cappuccino, latte, macchiato and espresso.


The WoW - Petit Plates_02

Add a modern twist to the ritual of cocktail hour with a signature Sparkling aperitif. Sample a taste of the destination with Petit Plates, European and locally inspired bites with a chic twist curated to complement each effervescent cocktail. For a fresh take on small plates, enjoy unique chic bites like the Crab Meat Croquettes with Singapore Chilli Crab SauceChicken Satay Crêpe with Peanut Sauce,Vegetable Samosa featuring charcoal dough samosa filled with Indian-spiced potatoes, vegetables and mint chutney as well signature Tartine with crispy salted egg fish skin and prawn salad served on tartine.

The WoW - Sparkling Cocktails

With a sophisticated array of spirited libations, indulge in destination-focused Sparkling drinks like Trippy Orange – inspired by a summer trip to the sunny island of Sentosa, Sentosa Sling and Sentosa’s Southern Seas, paying homage to Singapore’s bicentennial year, where we reflect on the island state’s humble beginnings as a fishing village and future plans to transform the Southern coast into an exciting waterfront destination.


Chef Leong and Chef Ashok

Born in Malaysia where there is a rich food culture and street food influenced by the British colonial era, Chef Leong brings with him over 20 years of culinary experience over the span of his career with well-known hospitality brands and private members’ clubs across Asian countries like Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong. With diverse knowledge of both Western and Asian cuisine, Chef Leong brings sincerity and creativity to the plate, greatly inspired by distinct influences of Penang and Nyonya cuisine which he has grown up with and is most passionate about. Armed with an affable personality and a charming sense of humour, Chef Leong enjoys cooking for his loved ones and spending quality time with his wife and young son who aspires to be a chef too. He also likes to pick up new ideas by browsing through culinary magazines. He feels a sense of satisfaction when guests enjoy his curated dishes which bring back fond memories of the taste of home.


Energetic and aspiring, Chef Ashok likes to discover new perspectives by re-interpreting classic Indian cuisine with accumulated experience of almost a decade across various renowned hotels, specialising in Indian cuisine techniques, team management and menu design for special events. In his free time, Chef Ashok likes to explore creative styles and interesting ingredients to incorporate in his dishes and hopes that everyone will discover more about the culture of Indian cuisine.


N 01° 15′ E 103° 50′




23 Beach View, Sentosa, Singapore 098679


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