Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The King Louis Grill and Bar @ Vivocity


Voted Best Family Restaurant in Parents World for 2 consecutive years in 2011 and 2012, The King Louis Grill and Bar is Singapore first medieval restaurant. Tucked in a corner at Vivocity on the third level (beside Daiso), the restaurant has a castle theme decor and armored knights that kept the young and old equally fascinated.

Teriyaki Chicken Salad 3.8/5

To whet up our appetite for the banquet feast, we started with the Teriyaki Chicken Salad ($13.80) that comes with fresh garden salad, grilled chicken breast meat topped with teriyaki sauce and parmesan cheese. While the individual components stood out, I felt that the teriyaki sauce was too much masking off the freshness of the greens.

Signature Mushroom Soup 3.5/5

The homemade Signature Mushroom Soup ($8.90) comes with a mix of button and shiitake mushrooms served with garlic and herbs bread. The creamy mushroom soup was comforting and hearty. The serving was pretty huge too. While I found it a tad salty the rest of the table disagreed with me.

Platter C 3/5

When you have a group of diners, it is always good to have a platter for sharing before the mains are served. We tried the Platter C ($21.90) which comes with chicken drumlets, banana bacon bites, golden calamari, prawn twisters and crispy wedges. Not a big fan of fried food but the prawn twister was pretty good. The drumlets on the other hand was dried and bland. The banana bacon bites was interesting but did not have the wow factor.

Queen Victoria (Meat & Seafood) 4/5

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.

We tried the Queen Banquet, Queen Victoria (Meat & Seafood) that serves about 4-5 people ($166.50). The queen banquet comes with 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 and wine sauce.

Queen Victoria (Meat & Seafood) 4/5

Among all the premium BBQ baby back ribs was my favourite. The baby back ribs was tender and fell off the bone easily. The roasted beef was also nicely executed, tender and succulent. While I enjoyed the scallop, the snapper and prawn was not as good compared to the meat. The snapper was dried and the prawn was mushy.

Overall I still find The King Louis Grill and Bar is a great place for family and large group dining. The restaurant also comes with an unblock view looking across Sentosa island, diners can catch the firework from Universal Studio Singapore and the crane dance from Resort World Singapore while feasting like a king at The King Louis Grill and Bar.

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(Thank you The King Louis Grill and Bar for the giveaway)

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Closing date: 30 June 2013, Sunday 2359hr
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The King Louis Grill and Bar 
1 Harbourfront Walk
Singapore 098585
Tel: +65 62760862
Nearest MRT: Harbourfront (CC Line, NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Sun-Thur: 12pm - 10pm
Fri-Sat & PH: 12pm - 11pm

1) Alight at Harbour Front MRT station. Take Exit C or E. Walk to Vivocity level 3 (beside Daiso). Journey time about 5 minutes.


  1. same same, we both find that the meats are better than the seafood. But I really like the banana bacon, very fun to eat.

    1. lol is it? Guess that means there is really a problem with the seafood.