Sentosa GrillFest is making its annual comeback — and this time, they’re bringing the experience right to your doorstep.

Happening every Thursday to Sunday from 29 October to 29 November 2020, the beachside barbeque festival will feature more than 80 grilled dishes – including juicy burgers, grilled platters, BBQ delights, and more.

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Baked Atlantic Scallop from Singapore Chefs’ Association (Image credit: Jocelyn Tan for Lifestyle Asia)

Sentosa GrillFest 2020 will be teaming up with the Singapore Chefs’ Association (SCA), the official body representing professional cooks to offer 14 gastronomical creations from some of Singapore’s top chefs, conceptualised exclusively for the event.

These include innovative spins on crowd favourites such as the Steamed Cheong Fun with Grilled Beef in Mala Sauce and Burnt Bee Hoon with Grilled Prawns and Egg White Gravy.

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Lobster Roll from Angliss Singapore (Image credit: Jocelyn Tan for Lifestyle Asia)

Angliss Singapore will also return as a partner for Sentosa GrillFest 2020, complete with easy Grill-It-Yourself Kits for cooking novices and enthusiasts alike to whip up their own grilled feast at home, sans the grocery shopping.

Sentosa GrillFest 2020
Jimbaran Seafood Platter from Rumours Beach Club (Image credit: Jocelyn Tan for Lifestyle Asia)

Delivery orders for each week (Thursday to Sunday) will commence on Tuesday and close two hours before the start of the selected delivery timeslot. For diners who choose to make their way to Sentosa can do so at any of six participating restaurants in Sentosa, which include establishments like Trapizza and Rumours Beach Club. Reservations can be made up to seven days before their intended visit. Mastercard holders can also enjoy S$5 off their home delivery orders with a minimum spend of S$50 (excluding delivery charge).

Entry into Sentosa island is free till 31 December 2020. For more information, head to the website here.

Jocelyn Tan
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Jocelyn Tan is a travel and design writer. She's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history. When she actually gets to travel, you can find her attempting to stuff her entire wardrobe into her luggage. Yes, she's a chronic over-packer.