Level 33 is an uptown restaurant, lounge and microbrewery serving modern European cuisine and craft beers, wines and champagnes. Located in the exquisite Marina Bay Sands, this authentic restaurant and lounge is a perfect place to spend a romantic evening. The ambiance being setup in a sophisticated manner, this restaurant gives a complete urban dining experience. If you are wondering when to visit, know that the restaurant is popular for its gourmet Saturday Brunch, Sunday Roast and a Beer Flight Prix Fixe menu.
This casual, modern trattoria has become one of the more popular Italian joints in town. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow natural light to stream in and the décor creates a relaxed ambiance that appeals to the upscale diner as well as a younger crowd. Prego's wood-fired pizzas are freshly made and come with wide variety of toppings including seafood. The mainstays are the pasta dishes, each more delicious than the last, making it nearly impossible to choose. Meat dishes such as the pan-fried salmon with grilled veggies in basil pesto are tasty as well. Italian wine is available by the glass. This upscale version of the traditional Italian trattoria boasts all the charm and family-friendly appeal of its inspiration, yet promises a refined dining experience.
Famous for originating the Singapore Sling, The Long Bar is known to both tourists and locals alike as the place to go for this unique concoction. Like the name suggests, the interior is indeed long. Tourists generally visit this classy bar after touring the world-renowned Raffles Hotel, where it is located. Similarly, many business professionals can be seen unwinding here. The dress code is smart formal. All cocktails sold here are generally of a good standard, but most people still go for the Singapore Sling.
Chatterbox is one of the best places to find Hainanese chicken rice, a local favourite. In fact, the dish is the star attraction here. The chicken is firm; the rice fragrant while the ground chilli sauce with ginger provides the finishing touch. Other local favourites include the King Prawn Fried Hokkien Noodles, Chatterbox Lobster Laksa . Burgers, sandwiches and salads are also available. The wine list presents the normal fare. The vibrant Asian flavors contrast with the subtle decor of the hotel and complement its warm hospitality which ensures a pleasant experience every time you dine here.
Featuring one of the most scenic locales in Johor Bahru, an afternoon tea or a nightcap here comes with sweeping views of the tranquil Johor Straits and the Causeway. Furnished in a soothing mix of terracotta and marble floorings, pastel walls, indoor palms and straw blinds, the decor achieves a cosy, almost romantic effect. Drinks served include hot and cold beverages, beer, cocktails and table wines. A small range of snacks and pastries is usually available.
Minimally furnished in the tradition of Japanese eateries, ASKA offers a pleasant setting comprising a sushi counter and pinewood seating, screens and wall-panelling. With strategic positioning of lights, the overall effect is one of calm and tranquility. Perhaps the city's top Japanese restaurant in terms of pricing, locality and food quality, it draws mainly Japanese expatriates and travelers, salesmen on corporate budgets and hotel guests. The menu lists typical Japanese fare, including sushi, sashimi, boiled and fried items, noodles and rice dishes. Sake, beer and soft drinks are available.
This restaurant provides a delightful outdoor dinning experience to their guests. Situated within the lovely Swissotel Merchant Court, Blue Potato offers an assortment of sumptuous breakfast, lunch and dinner menus along with an extensive wine list in a relaxed and calming atmosphere. An ideal place for a romantic date, business or a quiet dinner with family. Make sure to reserve your seat at this poolside dinning setting with some lovely sound of the water, dimly lit lights and the view of the serene river.
Ellenborough Market Café is located inside the Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore. This restaurant is ideal for buffet breakfast, brunch or even a peaceful lunch or dinner. High-Tea is organized here on Sundays and public holidays. The place has the look and feel of a diner but it is more graceful; small tables and wooden chairs make elegant seating spaces and warm lights illuminate the place giving it a mild glow. The cuisine revolves around local preparations and seafood dominates everyday fare.
This award-winning restaurant, located in the classy Fullerton Hotel, offers Modern Chinese cuisine in an elegant setting. House specialties include Minced & Stewed Lamb Shank, Cocoa Pork Ribs, and Steamed Crab Claws stuffed with Superior Shark's Fin. Reservations are highly recommended for both lunch and dinner. Jade is also a popular host of wedding receptions, private parties and corporate functions.
The Courtyard is a popular buffet restaurant located at The Fullerton Singapore . The interiors and decor are absolutely amazing and it makes for a relaxing atmosphere. The Jazz and instrumentals being played add to the fantastic ambiance. The Courtyard is buffet paradise and you can choose from the Indian Curry Buffet or the Japanese Buffet. If you have a sweet tooth, the Chocolate Buffet is something to indulge in. Tea lovers can visit for a taste of flavors of both East and West with 'Tea Rhapsody' in the afternoons. Definitely a great place to check out for the variety on offer.
Town Restaurant is a splendid restaurant located at the The Fullerton Singapore . The atmosphere at the restaurant is vibrant and casual, while the interiors and decor make for a comfortable setting. There are a variety of buffets served at the Town Restaurant, such as Power Breakfast, International Lunch Buffet serving various international cuisines, Asian Buffet serving Asian delicacies, Gourmet Seafood Buffet and the International Dinner Buffet. This definitely is a place to try out if you would like a little bit of everything.
Inspired by the Gaelic name of whisky (water of life), Usquebaugh, UsQuBa - Grill & Whisky Bar will pique your interest with its eccentric name. Considered to be the first Scottish eatery in town, the kitchen helmed by executive chef, Guven Uyanik, showcases seasonal Scottish ingredients with elements of Asian influence cloaked in French technique. The result is an artisanal platter displaying the goodness of the Highlands. Done up in orange, honey and tangerine hues, it exudes a warmth in its spacious arrangement. Modern light fixtures and a delicate handmade glass feature hanging from the ceiling lend it a casual elegance. The floor-to-ceiling enclosed glass walls offer panoramic vistas of the Marina Bay. The bar stocked with an impressive list of selected whiskeys, beer and gin, including about 80 variants of whiskey, is a haven for those who love their Scotch. Enjoy a delicious fare along with a stiff scotch and magnificent views.