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Singapore’s most famous rooftop bar and restaurant, previously Ku De Ta, is located on top of the boat that sits across the three towers of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Serving up fresh oysters and modern Asian/European fusion meals in their alfresco and indoor seating, sitting up here will give you beautiful views of the Singapore Central Business District or Gardens By the Bay and the shipping harbour. Either way, try to time your visit so that you can see the city lights come on at night. If the haze is bad or the weather is generally being uncooperative, head down to Sky on 57 in Tower 1 of the hotel, and enjoy your views while also benefiting from air-conditioning. At Sky on 57, you can expect to be treated to the chef’s unique interpretation on fusion French and Asian cuisine.
Stellar At 1-Altitude
This restaurant can be found on the 62nd floor of One Raffles Place, which gives it the coveted distinction (at least according to them) of being the world’s tallest dining option. It certainly offers one of the best views of the city. The restaurants’ cuisine is progressively Australian with its focus on using the freshest ingredients creating the best flavors out of them.
The staff acts warm, knowledgeable and professional while they guiding you through the whole dining experience.
Sitting in the sky on the 70th floor of the Swissotel, Equinox offers all the food you can eat while looking at the city spread below you. Similar to many hotels, much of the afternoon offerings are in a served buffet style that changes depending on the day of the week and with an a la carte menu served at dinner.
Singapore is the land of superlatives, and that is no different when it comes to the bar and restaurant scene. At LeVel33 you can enjoy the executive set lunch, fine dining bar bites, or brunch at the world’s highest urban craft brewery. Their happy hour runs daily from noon until 8pm and will set you back about $15 for a pint which is very reasonable considering the location and quality of beer.
SuperTree by Indochine
What this location lacks in vertical height, it makes up for with its unique character. This restaurant is perched on top of the tallest “tree” in the Gardens By The Bay SuperTree Grove. The rooftop restaurant and bar offer a distinct vantage point on the Singapore skyline while they serve up eco-friendly Indochinese and Western fusion fare.
Salt Grill & Sky Bar
Salt Grill & Sky Bar is located in the heart of Orchard Road, Singapore’s shopping mecca. You’ll find the restaurant perched 55 floors in the air on the top of ION Orchard. Owned by Australian chef Luke Mangan, the restaurant specializes in cuisine from that region so get ready to tuck into some hearty steaks while being mesmerized by the skyline.
Another restaurant located in the financial district, Zafferano sits on the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Centre. In their rooftop restaurant and bar, visitors can anticipate digging into the chef’s modern versions of classic Italian dishes and, as is a must with Italian food, an extensive wine list.
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