While great food and conversation can help score points during a date, being surrounded by a stunning view of the Singapore skyline would help loads too. Whether you want to impress a date on valentines or treat your family to a memorable meal, we’ve found some upscale restaurants that are certain to let you dine on a high.
1. Lantern Rooftop Bar
The Fullerton Hotel
80 Collyer Quay
Sundays – Thursdays: 8AM – 1AM
Fridays, Saturdays and Eve of Public Holidays: 8AM – 2AM
2. Spuds and Aprons
Perched on top of Mount Faber, Spuds and Aprons is an affordable restaurant with a birds eye view of Singapore. Diners can opt between sitting in the air-conditioned dining room or relax at the alfresco garden. Some highlights include their Signature Crab Linguini, Lobster Ba La La La (Half lobster, half shell scallops, salmon, clams, in spicy coconut broth, accompanied with mixed brown rice), and Truffle Wicked Fries & Gravy.
109 Mount Faber Rd
Be treated to one of the best views of the Marina Bay landscape and financial centre at the only restaurant that offers three different cuisines for the picky eater – Japanese, French and Chinese. With floor-to-ceiling glass windows, an open concept kitchen and a rooftop lounge, Me@OUE offers an unparalleled dining experience. Some things on the menu to look out for: Pistachio Crusted Lamb Rack, “Kung Pao” Wagyu Beef, and Saikyo Miso Cod.
50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront
Mon to Fri – 12pm to 2pm
Mon to Sat – 6pm to 10pm
Closed: Saturday afternoons and Sundays
Lounge: 6PM till late daily except Sunday
Take in the magnificent view of the bustling Orchard Road city skyline at il Cielo – located on the 24th floor of Hilton Singapore, you can find hearty and unassuming Italian cuisine here. The little-known restaurant is perhaps one of the best kept secrets of our well loved shopping districts, offering a great plate of Gnocchi de Patate and Buratta Fatta en Casa.
581 Orchard Rd, Hilton Singapore
Monday – Friday: 12PM – 3PM, 6:30PM – 10:30PM
Saturday & Sunday: 6:30PM – 10:30PM
5. Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant
Every Singaporean should have heard about the Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant, and wanted to visit it as a kid. Located along Keppel Road, the restaurant has been open since 1977, offering guests an amazing view of Sentosa Island while dining on delectable Beijing cuisine.Their famous Peking duck and shredded scallops with fish and white egg are not to be missed out on.
201 Keppel Road
Monday – Saturday: 11AM – 2:30PM, 6:30PM – 10:30PM
Sunday & Public Holiday: 10:30AM – 2:30PM, 6:30PM – 10:30PM
Located on the 33rd floor of the Marina Bay Financial Centre, LeVeL33 is the world’s highest urban craft-brewery. Besides providing one of the best views of Singapore’s city skyline, the also offer European dishes with a twist, and a scrumptious buffet spread. As a craft-brewery, their specialty includes their freshly brewed European beers like the 33.1 Blond Lager, 33.15 India Pale Ale and many more.
8 Marina Boulevard #33-01
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1
Mon – Wed: 11:30AM – 12AM
Thu – Sat: 11:30AM – 2AM
Sun: 12PM – 12AM
Eve of PH: Operating hours will extend to 2.00am
PH: Operating hours begin at 12.00pm
7. The Lighthouse
Housed in the same location of an 18th century lighthouse, the Fullerton Hotel’s Lighthouse Restaurant serves Southern Italian food with a view of the sparkling Marina Bay skyline. Enjoy the lightshow from the Marina Bay Sands over a feast of Lighthouse’s signature Antipasti Platter, or the Cotoletta Di Maiale Alla Spartana – a heritage dish golden breaded pork chop, served with peas, grilled tomatoes, potatoes and sweet and sour sauce.
1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Monday – Friday: 12PM – 2:30PM, 6:30PM – 10:30PM
Saturday – Sunday: 6:30PM – 10:30PM
One of the most famed restaurants in Singapore, Equinox is renowned for its amazing view of the city skyline from the 70th floor, as well as its exquisite interiors that boast floor-to-ceiling glass windows and elaborate decorations of high teak and paper lanterns. The fare they serve are of equal standards, providing some of the world’s most premium steaks and seafood, as well as a luxurious brunch spread with fresh oysters and more. Order their seared foie gras, Slow-cooked Kurobuta pork belly, and Miso-roasted black cod for a gastronomic experience.
2 Stamford Rd, Swissôtel The Stamford
Monday – Saturday & PH: 12PM – 2:30PM, 6:30PM – 10:30PM
Sunday: 12PM – 3:30PM, 6:30PM – 10:30PM
9. Sky on 57
On the 57th level of Marina Bay Sands is Sky on 57 and its Flight Bar and Lounge, where you can marvel at a view of iconic Singaporean landmarks like the Merlion, ArtScience Museum, the National Gallery and whatever your view can reach. Helmed by celebrity chef Justin Quek, Sky on 57 is strategically located away from the crowds flocking to the infinity, ensuring a meal in peace and quiet. With a menu fusing Asian and French cuisines, some things to look out for would be their wok-fried Maine lobster Hokkien noodles and foir gras xiao long bao.
10 Bayfront Avenue, Level 57
Sands Skypark Tower 1
11AM – 10:30PM daily
Located high up in Ocean Financial Centre on the 43rd floor, Zafferano’s terrace lounge offers a 270 degree panoramic view of the marina skyline. At Zafferano, their seasonal ingredients are sourced from farmers and artisans in Italy, ensuring that their menu consists of the finest and freshest produce. Check out their Manzo Castagna Funghi Romanesco, a sous-vide wagyu short ribs with glazed chestnut velouté, sautéed blue foot mushrooms and Romanesco, guaranteed to melt in your mouth.
Ocean Financial Centre, Level 43
10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315
Monday – Wednesday: 11.30AM – 3PM, 5:30PM – 11:45PM
Thursday – Friday: 11.30AM – 3PM, 5:30PM – 1AM
Saturday: 5:30PM – 1AM
Closed on Sundays