With more than 190 skyscrapers crowding an area of barely 800 square km, Singapore’s skyline evokes awe and envy across the world, and rightly so. One can only imagine how perfect a date will be at a restaurant overlooking one of the best city views in the world. We round up 10 of the restaurants in Singapore where you can dine on a high.
1. Tong Le Private Dining
Tong Le Private Dining serves authentic Chinese cuisine, and some of their chef’s specialties include the Bird’s Nest in Chicken Consomme, and the Salt Baked Dried Abalone. Being a private dining restaurant, they are also able to tailor the menu according to the diner’s request.
What’s special about Tong Le Private Dining is that it is one of only two restaurants in Singapore that offers a unique dining experience in a revolving tower. Diners are promised a panoramic view of the stunning Marina Bay waterfront landscape. For tourists travelling to Singapore and looking for a place to have a good meal whilst absorbing the breathtaking sights of Singapore, this is one place you cannot miss.
Tóng Lè Private Dining, OUE Tower, Level 8 & 10, 60 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049322 | Tel (By Reservation Only): (65) 6634 3233
2. Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant
Established in 1977, Prima Tower is quite possibly Singapore’s longest established revolving tower restaurant. Located along Keppel Road, guests get to enjoy the amazing views of Sentosa Island in the distance while dining at the restaurant.
Prima Tower serves delectable Beijing cuisine such as the famous Peking Duck and Shredded Scallops with Fish and White Egg. If the promise of a great view is not enough to entice you, the promise of great food should be good enough a reason for you to make a reservation at the restaurant.
Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant, 201 Keppel Road Singapore 099419 | Tel: (65) 6272 8822/8988
Helmed by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, Spago is located on level 57 of Marina Bay Sands. One side of the restaurant/bar overlooks the famous infinity pool of Marina Bay Sands, which is also the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool and a must-visit destination for every visitor to Singapore. On the other side of Spago is the stunning waterfront view of Gardens By The Bay, a horticultural destination spanning 101 hectares.
Imagine yourself sipping champagne and basking in the million-dollar views. We wouldn’t hesitate to whip out our credit card for an experience like no other at Spago.
Spago by Wolfgang Puck, Sands SkyPark, Tower 2 Level 57 (Access from Hotel Lobby Tower 2) | Tel: (65) 6688 9955
[email protected] restaurant is Singapore’s only dining establishment offering three distinct menus – Japanese, French and Chinese. Featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows, an open concept kitchen and a rooftop lounge with fabulous views of the Marina Bay landscape and financial centre, [email protected] promises a dining experience that will leave you coming back for more. You can start off with a dinner at the indoor dining area and then proceed out for a drink at the outdoor lounge, which overlooks the Singapore River and the towering Marina Bay Sands.
To keep the dining experience fresh and exciting, there also are one-of-a-kind wine and whisky dinners and exclusive chef collaborations every now and then throughout the year. This restaurant will make a perfect place for a dinner with a view.
[email protected], The Rooftop Level 50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront Singapore 049321 | Tel: (65) 6634 4555
5. Sky on 57
Here’s another alternative if you wish to get a city skyline view from Marina Bay Sands. Located on level 57, restaurant Sky On 57 and its Flight Bar and Lounge offer a dazzling view of Singapore’s iconic landmarks like the Merlion, ArtScience Museum, the National Gallery and more. What we love about Sky On 57 is its location — it’s away from the hustle and bustle at the infinity pool, so you can be assured of a more exclusive experience here.
Helmed by celebrity chef Justin Quek, the restaurant showcases an innovative fusion menu of Asian flavours reconstructed in classical French style. Signature favourites include the Wok-fried Maine Lobster Hokkien Noodles and famous Foie Gras Xiao Long Bao.
Sky on 57, Sands SkyPark, Tower 1, Level 57 | Sky on 57: +65 6688 8857 | Flight Bar: +65 6688 9977
6. Stellar at 1-Altitude
Aside from being known for their artisanal methods of food preparation and gastronomic cuisine,Stellar at 1-Altitude is located 62 levels above ground and promises a 360-degree stunning view of the city skyline which includes iconic landmarks such as the Marina Bay landscape and the ever evolving financial centre.
Stellar at 1-Altitude serves modern European cuisine in a fine dining setting. And if you are there for dinner, don’t forget to head up a level to 1-Altitude for some drinks at the rooftop bar. You’ll feel on top of the world.
Stellar at 1-Altitude, 1 Raffles Place (Formerly OUB Centre) Singapore 048616 | Tel: +65 6438 0410
Touted as the world’s highest urban craft-brewery, LeVeL33 is, as the name suggests, located 33 floors up at Marina Bay Financial Centre. Popular with the business executives in the area, the restaurant provides one of the best views of Singapore’s city skyline in a relaxed ambience.
While their cuisine menu features European dishes with a twist, the main attraction is their freshly brewed European beers such as the 33.1 Blond Lager, 33.15 India Pale Ale and many more. LeVeL33 also serves a selection of wines for those who prefer something else aside from the beer menu.
LeVeL33, 8 Marina Boulevard #33-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1 Singapore 018981 | Tel: +65 6834 3133
8. The China Club Singapore
Located on the 52nd floor of Capital Tower, The China Club Singapore was inaugurated in 2001 and forms part of the family of The China Club Hong Kong and The China Club Beijing. What sets the China Club from the rest is that it offers a 360-degree view of Singapore. On some days with good weather, you may even catch a glimpse of neighbouring countries Malaysia and Indonesia.
Besides offering top-notch Cantonese cuisine, the restaurant has a Long March Bar, which offers the best of Singapore Slings and other cocktails. There’s a catch though; The China Club Singapore is a members-only club, so either you apply for membership or make friends with someone with a member of the exclusive club so he or she can bring you along for a meal there.
The China Club Singapore, 168 Robinson Road #52-01 Capital Tower Singapore 068912 | Tel: +65 6820 2388
Lantern’s name was derived from Clifford Pier’s historical Chinese name – “Red Lantern Pier”. Singapore’s first immigrants used it as a landing point and hung red lanterns as a guide to seafarers. While this restaurant/bar on the rooftop of Fullerton Bay Hotel is not exactly on top of a towering building, it nevertheless still offers beautiful views of the Marina Bay waterfront and the city skyline.
The restaurant is framed by a luxuriant backdrop of greenery and a stylish rooftop bar and pool. The ambience is chilled and relaxed, so you can sit back and indulge in gourmet snacks, fine champagnes, wines and cocktails, and of course the views.
Lantern, 80 Collyer Quay Singapore 049326 | Tel: +65 6597 5299
This was probably one of the most popular places to go to for a top-of-the-world experience before many on this list came along. Located on the 70th floor of Swissotel The Stamford, Equinox offers a jaw-dropping bird’s eye view of the Singapore cityscape. Coupled with floor-to-ceiling glass windows and elaborate decorations of high teak and paper lanterns, Equinox offers guests a dining experience of luxury and comfort. It is best known for its lavish brunch spread, which features fresh oysters, quality roasts, sweet treats like cakes and more.
Equinox, 2 Stamford Road Level 70, Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore 178882 | Tel: +65 6837 3322
This article first appeared on GoBear.com.