Singapore is home to many incredible restaurants that serve a variety of different cuisines and drinks. Whether you are looking to go out for a special occasion, or just to enjoy your time in Singapore, finding a restaurant with a view can enhance your dining experience!
These restaurants in Singapore have views that are both stunning and unique. If you’d like a view of the skyline, the sea or somewhere extra special to dine, you’ll certainly find what you are looking for!
Restaurants in Singapore with a view of the Skyline and Marina Bay
There are many amazing restaurants in Singapore with views overlooking Marina Bay and out onto Singapore’s dazzling skyline.
While Monti doesn’t offer a high-up view of Singapore’s skyline, you are able to look out onto Marina Bay while you enjoy your meal. Monti is situated right along the level of the water in the Fullerton Pavilion – a unique glass building that is worth the visit!
Monti serves contemporary Italian cuisine inspired by the freshness of Italian cooking. You will find a bounty of fresh pasta and fresh seafood and is a must-visit if you are craving Italian food.
If you are looking to do something different, Monti also offers a floating dining experience on Marina Bay, where you can eat while afloat for a private and exclusive experience!
Lantern Rooftop Bar
Located at The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Lantern Rooftop Bar is another great choice if you are looking for a view of Marina Bay. While this restaurant isn’t as high up as some others on the list, it boasts a great view of both Marina Bay and Singapore’s beautiful skyline.
Lantern Rooftop Bar is a great place if you want to try different drinks and cocktails, as a mixologist will be serving up signature drinks while you enjoy the atmosphere.
Lantern Rooftop also serves lunch and dinner and has a children’s menu for those who are traveling with kids.
If you are looking for something to do after dinner, Lantern Rooftop has special themed parties on select days of the week. You can check their website to see what will be happening during your stay!
If you are looking to enjoy a view from a bit higher up, you won’t want to miss out on SKAI.
SKAI is a contemporary grill located on the 70th floor of the Swissôtel, The Stamford. SKAI serves Japanese inspired dishes along with artisanal beef cuts and elegant desserts.
SKAI’s Dessert Chef, Chef Koo Jee, won Singapore’s Pastry Cup in 2017, so if anything, put SKAI down on your list to grab some dessert made by an award-winning chef!
Salt Grill & Sky Bar
The Salt Grill & Sky Bar offers two different experiences: their sky bar along with their main dining area. The panoramic views from inside the Salt Grill & Sky Bar are truly breathtaking from the 55th floor.
Salt Grill & Sky Bar serves Australian beef (including Wagyu beef) and Asian classics, and you can choose from over 500+ varieties of wine and different cocktails to pair with your meal.
You’ll be able to enjoy a meal while you are surrounded by crystal clear glass walls as you look out into Singapore’s skyline and sea.
Salt Grill & Sky Bar is open 365 days of the year so if you plan to visit during any holidays, you can be sure they will be open (but it is recommended to make a reservation, just in case).
LeVel33 is the world’s highest microbrewery (that’s right, they brew all of their beer on-site) and is a must for craft-beer lovers. The focus on craft beer can be seen throughout LeVel33’s menu which draws on inspiration from their beers by infusing, fermenting and aerating different hops and malts into their dishes.
Finding the perfect beer to go along with your meal won’t be difficult either as LeVel33 has drink suggestions and pairings next to each dish on their à la carte menu.
Artemis Grill is a rooftop restaurant in Singapore that serves up sustainable Mediterranean food. Think fresh seafood, grilled meats and seasonal vegetables.
With a menu that changes seasonally, Artemis Grill is a restaurant where you will always be able to find something new and exquisite to try. Whether you are gluten sensitive, vegetarian or pescatarian, Artemis Grill will happily find a delicious dish for you to enjoy.
Restaurants in Singapore with a Unique View
While there are many incredible restaurants in Singapore with a view of the skyline or Marina Bay, there are also a few that are worth mentioning simply because they offer views of a different sort that are equally as stunning.
Voted one of the world’s greatest places, you certainly won’t want to miss dining out or enjoying a drink at Atlas Bar. The stunning interior provides guests with a lavish experience.
Aside from drinks and cocktails, you’ll also be able to enjoy food with a modern European twist as well as afternoon tea.
If you are a gin lover, this is the bar for you! Atlas’s Gin and Tonic is incredible (not to mention their collection – have a look at their menu)!
JUMBO Seafood: Riverside Point
JUMBO Seafood has various locations, but if you’d like to eat award-winning seafood alongside the Singapore river, then JUMBO Seafood Riverside Point is a must-visit!
You’ll be able to enjoy a variety of Chinese food, Dim Sum and seafood dishes, including their award-winning Chili Crab.
JUMBO Seafood has so many delicious items to choose from and their Chili Crab is a must-have dish!
Another restaurant in Singapore with a view that differs from the traditional view of the skyline is Pollen, where you’ll be able to eat inside a luscious greenhouse surrounded by a variety of greenery.
Pollen certainly offers up a tranquil experience. From the moment you arrive in the building, Pollen will pick you up on their limousine buggy to drive you to the restaurant inside the flower dome.
You can indulge in comfort food with a French-Mediterranean twist or stop by for afternoon tea.
The temperature inside Pollen hovers around 20 degrees Celcius (to ensure the plants are happy and healthy), so keep that in mind when selecting your outfit to visit Pollen!
Finding the Best Restaurant in Singapore with a View
This list of restaurants will be enough to give you plenty of restaurants in Singapore to enjoy both amazing views and food all in one.
Do you have a favourite restaurant in Singapore? Let me know below.