Dining with a View: 4 Sky-High Restaurants in Singapore
If you’re looking to celebrate a friend’s birthday or splurge more on date night, why not dine with a bird’s eye view of the city skyline as you sip on a glass of wine. For spectacular and panoramic views, here are a few fine establishments right in the heart of CBD that can take your breath away.
Stellar @ 1-Altitude
Perched on the 62nd floor, enjoy the stunning panorama of Singapore while you enjoy the special creations of Australian executive chef Christopher James Millar. Dishes are prepared with ingredients of the season like Japanese Snow Crab, Live Jade Tiger Abalone and Westholme Wagyu Rib Eye amongst other delicacies. Its simplistic modern décor makes the city’s highest restaurant a sheer pleasure to dine in.
Tong Le Private Dining
This revolving restaurant offers refined Chinese cuisine with unparalleled views of the Bayfront. Indulge your palate by feasting on popular dishes such as the Bird’s Nest in Chicken Consommé and Salt Baked Dried Abalone while you admire the Marina Bay area. This is a great place for a leisurely night out.
Located on level 72 in Swissotel Stamford, Jaan only seats 40 diners, allowing you to have intimate conversations. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide guests with an unprecedented view of Singapore’s skyline. Chef Kirk Westaway’s gastronomic delights such as Alaskan King Crab with Caviar and Thai Shellfish Broth with Scottish Scallop are exquisite dishes that complete the experience.
Sky On 57 by Justin Quek
Above the Sands Skypark on the 57th floor is Sky On 57 helmed by local celebrity chef Justin Quek. It has a more contemporary vibe with its elegantly minimal interior and wooden flooring which extends to the outdoor terrace area. Chef Quek’s unique specialities like Duck Confit and Truffle Cream and Sea Urchin Capellini are a must-try and nothing quite compares to a setting like this.
Image credits: Stellar @ 1-Altitude, Jaan & Sky On 57