If you don't intend to splurge at any of the pricey restaurants on Sentosa, there's always Koufu foodcourt at Pahlawan Beach, just a five-minute walk away from the Beach Station. Sentosa's really quiet during the weekdays, especially now when the school holidays have ended. I only say this because the hawkers at Koufu seem utterly bored, and I have to admit it makes you wonder if they've got any mood to cook at all haha.
Other than the Indian-Muslim stall you see above, they also have a seafood stall, some Chinese noodles, Chinese claypot dishes and chicken rice. There's a vegetarian stall as well.
Chicken Fried Rice: 8/10
When the rest of my friends saw this, everyone agreed that it looked really good. And it did taste great as well! It was just a bit spicy as I asked it to be, and the chicken, while tender on the inside, had a very crispy battered skin on the outside. Yums! Quite a generous portion too, this filled me up nicely.
Pahlawan Beach, Sentosa
Quite a few staff ordered the stall's "roti john", and it looked very appetising indeed!