The best rooftop restaurants in Singapore
No list of Singapore's best restaurants is complete without mentioning one with a rooftop view. While tables at such places may be difficult to reserve, you can take your pick from the following ten restaurants for atmosphere and ambience, as well as gustatory pleasure. To learn more about the pleasure of enjoying a dinner in a rooftop restaurant visit here https://www.celavi.com/en/singapore/restaurant/.
- Ce La Vi
Ce la vi is a restaurant on the rooftop of the Swissotel in Singapore. The food at this place is "Asian inspired contemporary cuisine". It's part of the Dining in Festival, so their dinner menu will only cost $58 for three courses. All food is naturally grown and all dishes are made out of pure ingredients. To view more of their dishes click here https://www.celavi.com/en/singapore/restaurant/.
- Llaollao, top floor, Orchard Central:
For a Spanish-inspired dining experience, head to Llaollao's rooftop restaurant. The fusion dishes prepared with fresh ingredients will delight both the palate and the eyes – you can even pick your meal from a working mozzarella cheese fountain! With views of Orchard Road stretching as far as the eye can see, dine al fresco at this Spanish restaurant.
- Taka , top floor, Komala Vilas:
Sink into the plush red velvet couches and dine on Japanese cuisine at this cosy restaurant. The delectable sashimi (raw fish fillets) and sushi (rolled rice with other ingredients) will leave you wanting for more.
- Haiku by Hatsune, Level 5, Palais Renaissance:
A sister outlet of the popular Okada restaurant in Orchard Road, Haiku by Hatsune offers authentic Japanese cuisine in a grand setting. Its signature dishes are the hand-crafted sashimi, served with freshly grated wasabi root, and teriyaki sauce made from soy sauce, mirin (rice wine) and sake.
- The Bar at Level 33 (insert address), Level 33, Marina Bay Financial Centre:
An outdoor terrace and an al-fresco bar make this the ideal spot to catch up with friends over drinks. Dining options include hearty sandwiches, tender beef steaks and seafood platters.
6.Tippling Club, top floor, Fort Canning Wing, Fort Canning Centre:
Since its launch in 2012, Tippling Club has made quite a name for itself. As well as housing some of Singapore's best chefs, the restaurant is also famous for the incredible dishes it serves up. The menu consists of seasonal eats that change every three months or so, but there are always local favourites like Chilli Crab and Tom Yum Kung.
- The Alchemist, Level 3, Orchard Gateway:
The Alchemist's relaxed atmosphere and simple menu of sandwiches and salads make it a popular eatery among the lunch crowd. But it is also a fine place to enjoy a glass of wine or two when you're unwinding from your day.
- Culina, Level 3, The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore:
This high-end restaurant offers fine Italian cuisine in a modern setting. Head there for lunch and you could be treated to the signature Lobster & Crab Pizza or crisp calamari salad. Alternatively, enjoy a classy dinner at the restaurant, which is very popular with the business crowd.