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The Ultimate Food Map at Resorts World

Resorts World is undeniably a roller coaster ride for thrill seekers of all ages. Staying here is also a dream, with world-class hotels and a plethora of facilities to soothe and ease you into your vacation. When you visit Resorts World, however, you frequently find yourself unable to decide where to eat because a world of delectable delicacies awaits exploration with the number of restaurants and cafés offering a range of cuisine from Indian, Chinese, Malay, Japanese, and your favourite western!



In this article, we’ll recommend the best places to visit and dine at various Resorts World properties so that you can enjoy your food without having to worry about your accommodation.


Europe


1. Resorts World Birmingham


a) Karaage

Karaage is the UK and Europe's first karaage (traditional Japanese fried chicken) restaurant. Karaage is a popular side dish in Japanese/Asian restaurants throughout the UK.




The chicken is lightly marinated before being coated in a traditional chicken breading that crisps up when deep-fried, fresh to order. This keeps it moist and flavourful on the inside. The pickled, sweet-ish, mildly spicy sauces we developed for their Karaage No Sosu Ae – saucy karaage fried chicken – are traditionally served with Japanese mayo – a very creamy and lightly savoury mayo with Japanese-inspired tastes. Along with these dishes, they also offer other Japanese specialties like gyoza, chahan (traditional donburi), yakisoba, takoyaki (delicious octopus balls that are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside), tsukune (chicken meatballs), fried chicken bao, a variety of karaage and katsu burgers, furikake fries, rice, and bubble tea. You should definitely try their succulent Japanese flavours at Resorts World Birmingham!


b) Vietnamese Street Kitchen

The authentic Vietnamese coffees are a real highlight of Vietnamese Street Kitchen, a local independent restaurant in Birmingham, which offers traditional Vietnamese fare for lunch and dinner in a contemporary atmosphere, all of which may be enjoyed with your favourite Saigon and Hanoi beers.



They also serve steamed buns and summer rolls, large hot bowls of pho (hot noodle soup) and banh mi (a type of filled baguette dating back to the French colonial era).


c) Zizzi

Zizzi isn't your typical pizza place, putting their own unique spin on Italian cuisine. Their signature Rustica pizzas are hand-stretched to create a larger, thinner and crispier base before being loaded with creative topping combinations.


Zizzi also offers guilt-free Skinny Pizzas and their Zizzi Spiedini, which is a Mediterranean hanging skewer of oven-roasted meat or fish served over Tuscan potatoes. Everything, from pasta and risotto to pizza, salads and decadent desserts, is available. All in a warm, sociable setting reminiscent of a traditional Italian dining experience. Whether you've had a busy day out with the kids, are having a date night, or simply want to enjoy some great Italian food with your friends, Zizzi's menu caters to all tastes, ensuring that everyone who visits has a wonderful time.


North America


1. Resorts World Bimini


a) The Tides

The Tides, located in the heart of the resort, serves a delicious breakfast buffet and a nightly dinner menu. For breakfast, select from a menu of classic favourites and authentic Bimini specialties, such as Bimini Bread.





Find a new favourite dish from a variety of innovative dishes for lunch and dinner. Prepare to indulge in mouth-watering treats from around the world.


b) The Sushi Bar

At The Sushi Bar, expect an intimate dining experience unlike any other.



This intimate 24-seat venue is located in the resort's stylish lobby and features an open kitchen where guests can see their dishes being prepared right in front of them. Specialty sushi rolls, edamame and savoury noodle dishes are available. It’s Asian fusion, inspired by the island’s ambiance.


c) Hemingway’s

Hemingway's, named after the great American novelist who made Bimini his second home, is a great place to take a break.



Drinks like the flavoursome Bootleg Paradise, a blend of white rum, gin, coconut and mango vodka, Nassau Royale, lemon, and sprite, can be enjoyed with your meal. Draught beer options are also available. The stars of this in-casino sports bar are the gourmet burgers served sizzling directly off the grill, the tasty wings with a punch in every mouthful, and the refreshingly inventive cocktails.


2. Resorts World Catskills


a) Lotus

For millennia, poets and artists have been inspired by the lotus flower's beauty. Lotus, like its namesake, combines elegance with a truly inspired menu of authentic Chinese delicacies served in a fine dining setting.


Lotus' chefs use only the best, freshest ingredients to create flavourful and delicate dishes like Salt and Pepper Pork Loin, Peking Duck and Coconut Curry Crab. The experience is authentic, which is enhanced by full tea service.


b) 24/7 Bistro

With a cocktail at your side, it's the perfect place to start the day, take a break in the middle of the day, or indulge in late night cravings. This modern American restaurant is for people who value high quality food and beverages 24/7.


From breakfast favourites like fluffy buttermilk pancakes and brioche French toast to stick-to-your-ribs delicacies like Philly cheesesteaks and flame-grilled ribeyes, 24/7 Bistro puts a fresh spin on comfort food classics. After all, hunger can strike at any time, just like a big jackpot.


c) Good Friends

Good Friends serves authentic Asian street food. The kitchen is open, so you can watch the chefs prepare your favourite noodle dishes, appetising soups, and other dishes – hot and fresh.


Good Friends is casual and fast, with zests inspired by China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Order from the self-service kiosk and get the savour you want quickly so you can get back to the gaming action.


South East Asia


1. Resorts World Sentosa


a) Curate Cicana Pisana

Enjoy the natural aromas of handcrafted pasta, mouth-watering seafood, and Tuscan wines straight from Pisa.


Step inside Singapore's first Pisan restaurant to enjoy a wide range of artisanal delicacies with authentic Italian essence including handmade pasta, delicious fish and more. These rustic recipes are created to give you the most authentic taste of Pisan cuisine, using only products that have been imported straight from Pisa and the surrounding area of Tuscany. Pair your dinner with renowned Super Tuscan wines from Pisa and traditional Italian drinks to make it truly memorable.


b) Osia Steak & Seafood Grill

Enjoy perfectly grilled Australian prime steak and premium seafood prepared in a stone hearth oven. If you're looking for succulent Australian prime beef and the freshest seafood, all beautifully plated, Osia Steak & Seafood Grill will not disappoint.



This award-winning, casual fine-dining establishment serves a decadent menu of the finest, freshest ingredients grilled and roasted in a stone hearth oven to maximise flavour. Stockyard Beef's 1.5kg ribeye tomahawks, Mayura Station's luscious Matsusaka full-blood Wagyu ribeye MS8+, grilled lobsters and Skull Island king tiger prawns are among the signature dishes. Savour these succulent delights while sipping a remarkable selection of Antipodean wines in convivial company.


2. Resorts World Awana


a) Awana Garden

The Awana Gear Box Special, a nod to a popular Malay dish, is a hearty, meaty soup made with beef marrow bones that have been simmered for hours to extract flavour.


The "Malat" soup has a deep-red soup base seasoned with Szechuan paste, Szechuan pepper, dried red chilies, cili padi, star anise, cinnamon and the Chinese root, Chou Gor. Expect a fiery, earthy soup that aids in lung and respiratory tract strengthening. The Collagen Essence soup base is made by simmering chicken feet and carcasses for at least six hours to extract collagen before adding locally bred sturgeon fish bones. This contains the most collagen available from a marine source.


b) Cheeky Grind

Indulge in small-batch, artisanal blended coffee and pastries to taste, which are inspired by the playful local gibbons of the Genting Highlands rainforests. Coffee connoisseurs will adore their craft coffee's distinctive aromas and great aura profiles such as iced coffee and coconut, Nutella chocolate with meringue, coconut espresso martini, kopi ‘O’ and Irish coffee. When the sun goes down, Cheeky Grind steps it up and changes from a cheerful coffee shop into a place that is definitely worth going to in the evening.



There you have it. The ultimate food map of famous foods across Europe, North America and South East Asia at Resorts World. To all food lovers out there, you should definitely bookmark this website to learn more about the cuisines at Resorts World, which is the attractive point, and stay tuned for more tips to make the most of your trip.

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