10 Restaurants in Singapore With Such Breathtaking Views, You Won’t Mind They Serve SAF Cookhouse Food


Home-cooked steak and candlelight might be romantic but hey, the twinkling constellations above, velvety twilight, fresh forest/sea breeze (and not from a fan or air con), and rare panoramic bird’s eye view of the lands can be quite an experience. So much that dinner will go untouched, forgotten, and abandoned like some sad concubine who had lost favor with her ruler.

CÉ LA VI Singapore

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Previously named KU DE TA, CÉ LA VI is a modern Asian restaurant that offers both indoors and alfresco dining, with the latter giving diners a breathtaking panoramic view from the SkyPark, the summit of Marina Bay Sands. The glass walls are a thoughtful part of the restaurant as they allow you to enjoy the beautiful sights unobstructed while you remain seated and enjoying your cuisine, while feeling the warm sun and cool breeze.

SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3,
1 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018971
Tel: 6688 7688

Stellar At 1-Altitude

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My advice: Fight tooth and claw for a dinner table by the window or die trying, otherwise it is really not worth your money. Gaze out and witness the vibrant lights of the city contrasting against the darkening evening skies. Watch how small and insignificant everything else is below you; while they busied themselves, you are taking it all nice, slow, and relaxed. With such Altitude, it is quite alright to have such Attitude.

1-Altitude, 1 Raffles Place,
#62-02, Singapore 048616
Tel: 6438 0410


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The Equinox’s interior exudes an aura of Imperial China though it offers fine European cuisine. Trust me when I say dining there would make you feel as you are an Emperor gazing imperiously down upon your lands and empire, basking in the satisfaction of its glorious success and immeasurable wealth. And as night falls, watch your mountains (skyscrapers) and streams (highways and roads) gleam golden.

2 Stamford Road,
70F Swissotel The Stamford Singapore, Singapore 178882
Tel: 6837 3322

SuperTree by IndoChine

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I choose to believe that any self-respecting Singaporean who truly loves his food would first do justice to the scrumptious IndoChinese cuisine offered at the base of SuperTree before heading up with his partner, with a martini in hand, to soak in the view of the South China Sea and Singapore’s CBD skyline. Better yet, unlike the other restaurants, SuperTree gives you a slight touristy experience and the opportunity to boast that you had dined at an alien-looking structure out of a movie.

SuperTree by IndoChine, #03-01,
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive,
Singapore 018953,
Tel: 6694 8489

Salt Grill & Sky Bar

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Boasting tall, full-length, floor-to-ceiling polished glass walls, the dining experience can simply be described as divine as it gives you the feeling that you are dining right under the heavens. In other words, you feel as though you are just below the gods but above thousands of other mortals. Moreover, the experience is accentuated by Australian cuisine of Luke Mangan, an Australian celebrity chef-restaurateur.

2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard,
#55-01 & #56-01, Singapore 238801
Tel: 6592 5118

Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant

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Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant was founded in 1977 and has been serving top-notch Beijing cuisine to countless patrons. Situated atop of a grain silo and overlooking the sea, this restaurant is a unique one as it ever so slowly revolves around, allowing you to have a full 360 degree view of the city and the sea without any motion sickness.

201 Keppel Road,
Singapore 099419,
Tel: 6272 8822

Faber Peak

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Previously known as Jewel Box, Faber Peak is at the summit of Mount Faber, where a number of tantalizing dining options awaits you. Begin your romantic experience by taking the cable-car up to the top of the hill, take your place at either Spuds & Apron or Faber Bistro, and then wait for the sun to dip over the horizon, watching the sun set and for the stars to peek out as evening darkens into twilight. Fresh air, romantic silence, and dancing constellations above, how is Faber Peak not the ideal dinner date option?

Jewel Cable Car Station-Mount Faber,
109 Mount Faber Rd, Telok Blangah,
Tel:6377 9688

Singapore Flyer – Sky Dining

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Up your dinner date and romance game by hopping on the Singapore Flyer! With literally nothing below you and only up to five tables per capsule, privacy and intimacy are the Sky Dining’s unique selling points. As the giant ferris wheel takes you and your partner up into the air, I suppose all cares are left behind and if you plan really well, fireworks can make a truly memorable and unforgettable experience.


30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
Tel: 6333 3311

Zaferrano and Fabrika

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Go in, perch yourself on a nice comfortable sofa, and take it easy while looking out though the glass at the city and its urban environs. My suggestion, go there for lunch as wine and Italian food are excellent gastronomic partners, and after that have a short relaxing siesta or read a novel. When evening approaches, pack up and head for Fabrika by Chivas 18.

Well, being a city person and with Singapore not being very big to begin with, I suppose some might miss being close and personal with the concrete jungle. At the 17th floor of Klapsons Boutique Hotel, the open-air and terraced concept of Fabrika is really a good place for quality chilling. Somehow, that place gives the vibes of a true blue man cave as a man gets to enjoy the majesty of skyscrapers and ingest whisky-inspired and infused foods like the signature Chivas-marinated beef skewers.

To be honest, this combination is my personal favorite. The rest above are too stiff for my liking.

Ocean Financial Centre, Level 43
10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315


Fabrika by Chivas 18
17/F Klapsons, The Boutique Hotel,
15 Hoe Chiang Road, Singapore 089316
Tel: 6521 9029

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