Ever been to Sentosa on a lazy working day for lunch? We did just that and avoided the crowds & the lazy overcast cool afternoon was in stark contrast to the " typical Singapore weather"!... & we were not complaining! We had the Quayside all to ourselves practically, but for the few families & babies in tow, possibly residing in Sentosa. Sad though that several restaurants and eateries were closed for lunch weekdays but once we got the see the picturesque setting of Sole Pomodoro with those quaintly painted tables & chairs, we were reminded of Vincent Van Gogh's paintings in Amsterdam! With the row of yatch parked on Quayside, we could well have been in Van Gogh land!? Coming to the food, we had Bruschetta & Burrata Cheese with Cherry tomatoes & rocket salad for Starters & settled for 4 Formaggi Pizza which was delicious beyond words! We had a Shirley Temple and bitter lime for drinks. The quiet leafy ambience, quick polite service & the few birds. chirping away in the trees provided a lazy back drop to a fabulous Italian meal. We had a memorable afternoon with my working son taking the day off to spend time with us!! No better place in Singapore to do just that, far from the maddening crowds!