The King Louis – Feast Like A King
The King Louis is Singapore’s one and only castle themed restaurant serving medieval cuisine. If you are a carnivore, then King Louis is just the place for you! It’s also a great place for HUGE groups of friends to gather and to chit chat. As you enter the castle, you will be greeted by man sized armored knights with iron swords.
We started with their Signature Mushroom Soup ($8.90) and Teriyaki Chicken Salad ($13.80). Their mushroom soup is flavourful and the fresh garden salad is served with grilled chicken breast meat topped with teriyaki sauce and parmesan cheese. Frankly, it tasted somewhat like Kung Pao Chicken to me. The fiery yet delicate flavours of the tender chicken cubes mingling with the contrasting textures of the salad make the dish irresistible.
When Platter C ($21.90) arrived, I was half shocked. Hokay… Castle drumlets, banana bacon bites, golden calamari, prawn twisters & crispy wedges) – fried food lovers will like this! But I am not a big fan of fried food unfortunately. Nevertheless, I like the prawn twisters which was succulent whole peeled prawns hand rolled in a crispy pastry. Crispy and addictive finger food.
There were 5 of us altogether and two of them were guys. So we thought we should order more, hence we ordered The Queen Victoria ($166.50). The menu at The King Lousi Grill and Bar is conceptualized for one to feast like a king and hence you can find items like Knight Banquet, Queen Banquet and King Banquet on the menu. For the banquet, one can opt for meat, seafood or either both.
*GULPS* Look how big the portion is!
Ok, let me slowly break it down for you. In the Queen Victoria, there is a mixture of meat and seafood. They have Roasted beef with black pepper sauce, Premium BBQ baby back ribs, Pan Seared snapper with wasabi mayo sauce, Oven Baked King Prawns with melted Australian cheese, Sauteed scallop with garlic & wine sauce.
For barbecued meats, I like it smokey, sweet and falling off the bone. The ribs here did exactly that, very tender and fragrant. I also love the King Prawns which is delightfully simple but out to impress. I love the beef most because I think it is well marinated and juicy.
Dining at The King Louis allows you to enjoy an unblock view looking across Sentosa island. You can catch the fireworks from Universal Studio Singapore and the crane dance from Resort World Singapore if you were feasting here during weekends.
The King Louis
Address: #03-07A, VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk
Opening Hours: Sun to Wed: 12.00pm – 10.00pm, Thu to Sat: 12.00pm – 11.00pm
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