Dining while overlooking a beautiful view is one of the greatest pleasures in life. Adding to its ambiance and atmosphere, these restaurants with a view in Singapore are perfect for a romantic evening or a night out with your group of friends. From rooftop restaurants with a bird’s eye view to eateries by the water, here is a list of restaurants with the best view of Singapore.
Nestled at the rooftop on Level 39, Mr. Stork is an alfresco drinking and dining spot that houses 10 teepee huts and offers 360-degree views of the city below. Named after the white and long-legged birds, which are often viewed as a good omen, Mr. Stork is a true urban oasis high above the city bustle, set amid lush tropical landscaping to best enjoy the breathtaking views. Expect refreshing signature cocktails, a good selection of wines and also their own Andaz Pale Ale. Bar bites like sliders, sushi and cheese selection is also available to keep the hunger at bay.
Vue is French for the word ‘view’, so it’s pretty obvious what this restaurant is known for. From the 19th level of OUE Bayfront and through its high floor-to-ceiling windows, enjoy breathtaking views of the Civic District. On the menu, find binchotan-grilled meats and seafood that pair wonderfully with the wide selection of old and new wine labels.
For something different from the glass, metal and concrete that defines our city’s skyline, Panamericana at Sentosa Golf Club is Singapore’s only clifftop restaurant boasting a seaview with floor-to-ceiling windows, a breezy verandah and manicured lawn overlooking the South China Sea. The menu here is just as impressive – derived from the 14 countries along the Pan-American Highway, enjoy dishes such as Argentinian empanadas, Peruvian ceviche or tender lamb grilled on the Asador for over seven hours!
Latin for “the Sun and the Shore”, with its stunning sea views perched on top of The Outpost Hotel in Sentosa, Sol & Ora is an evocative enclave that feels like an enchanting Santorini holiday home. At sunrise, the floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the coved-ceiling dining room with soft natural rays. Come sundown, the vibe takes a 180-degree transformation with daily evening fireworks. Expect fresh and vibrant Latin-Mediterranean cuisine and fresh pastas that are perfect for sharing.
The sky's the limit at SKAI. Rising above the clouds at the 70 level of Swissotel, SKAI is an intoxicating escape. The iconic city views, seamless service and bespoke beverages makes for the perfect ambience for two. Savour their menu curated by Executive Chef Paul Hallett, who has blended cutting edge culinary skills with a cooking philosophy honed through years of experience to create a truly personal and progressive fine grill offering.
This multi-concept rooftop dining destination at ION offers sweeping views of our city state. Here, you have not one, or two, but three different dining experiences to choose from. This includes FIRE, an Argentinian-inspired restaurant specialising in wood-fire grill, as well as FLNT, which offers an introduction to Nikkei cuisine, and Japanese classics receive a Peruvian twist.
While Ocean Restaurant definitely doesn’t offer seaside or beach views, you can escape to a romantic underwater wonderland at Southeast Asia’s only underwater aquarium dining experience. Get up close and personal with the inhabitants of S.E.A Aquarium at this romantic restaurant in Singapore. Offering modern seafood dishes using locally-sourced produce, Ocean Restaurant is the place to go for an unforgettable dining experience with a view.
Nestled on the 24th floor of the Hilton Singapore and led by Chef Yohhei Sasaki, discover modern Italian cuisine with unique Japanese flair from this romantic rooftop restaurant amid scenic city skylines. The Aomori-born chef has cooked in Michelin-starred restaurants around Italy and is passionate about giving European cuisine a new twist with the flavours from his hometown.
If you’re looking for a different kind of view, why not head to the picturesque Faber Peak instead? Sitting 100m above sea level and surrounded by green foliage, Dusk Restaurant & Bar is a prime spot for sunset views of Harbourfront and Sentosa. They specialise in European tapas and cocktails. Grab a table outside to dine alfresco for your next casual date out!
Date night dinner with a view? Riviera Forlino is one of the most romantic Mediterranean fine dining restaurants in Singapore, and this waterfront establishment has been winning over both the hearts and stomachs of patrons since 2008. Featuring the finest culinary influences from the coasts to the mountains of France and Italy, with hints of North Africa, Forlino crafts a foodie adventure for couples looking for a gastronomy getaway.
This quirky restaurant is big on character, serving a mix of traditional and modern Japanese plates as well as an eclectic drinks list. Whether you’re at the indoor teahouse-inspired restaurant on the second floor or dining alfresco at their rooftop bar, you’ll be treated to glittering views of Marina Bay.
There are many PS.Cafe outlets in Singapore, but we're partial to the East Coast outlet which boasts views of the sea. This beachside outlet feels spacious, airy and lends a touch of the tropical holiday vibe, serving up a seafood-focused menu. Depending on the time of day, you can work off the calories with a scenic bike ride, or take a stroll under the night sky. The breakwater is also a perfect spot to sit, talk, and bond!
On the 38th floor of Andaz Singapore is 665°F, offering stunning views of the city and a glimpse of the open sea. Or, you can watch the intense flames cracking and popping from within the Pira oven and grill, which is a view in and of itself. The steakhouse restaurant specialises in prime meats, including beef aged in-house and grilled sustainable seafood. The Cellar, a dining extension within the restaurant, offers stunning bay views, and over 400 bottles of Old and New World wine labels.
Crowning the Ocean Financial Centre, 43 storeys above bustling Collyer Quay in the heart of Singapore’s central business district, ALTRO Zafferano is a destination restaurant with alfresco terrace lounge, offering beautiful food, impeccable service together with convivial ambience and one of the best view in Singapore. Head Chef Andrea de Paola guides guests on an immersive journey of contemporary Italian cuisine interpreted through South Italian lenses. Expect gastronomy shaped by personal history and a distinct ‘sense of place’!
Easy and breezy is what comes to mind when you first step into Caffe Fernet. Offering unrivalled views of Marina Bay Sands from the ground floor of Customs House, Caffe Fernet also surprises with its fresh take on Italian fare, elevating the usual fare we know with unexpected twists.
For Chinese Szechuan cuisine with a view, head on over to the 60th floor of UOB Plaza to Si Chuan Dou Hua. We hope you like spice, because the restaurant doesn't shy away from dry chillies, tongue-numbing Szechuan peppercorns and other spices to whip up its signature dishes like chongqing diced fried chicken, mapo tofu and boiled sliced fish in mala sauce.
Offering a slice of Bali in Singapore is Rumours Beach Club, located in Siloso Beach. Here, you can have a meal by the pool while soaking in the beach vibes. The extensive menu includes all-day bar bites, Western fare, as well as authentic Balinese and Javanese fare. We highly recommend the Jimbaran Bali BBQ, a delicious ensemble of bamboo lobster, jumbo prawns, red snapper and squid coated in a medley of Balinese spices.
MONTi’s expansive windows allow lots of natural light in the day, as well as a beautiful panorama of Collyer Quay to enjoy with your meal. The Singapore River Cruise boats also get pretty up close to the glass dome MONTi is housed in. And if you time it right, you'll also get to catch the Spectra - A Light & Water Show from across the bay!
Located on Level 70 of Swissôtel The Stamford, JAAN by Kirk Westaway takes guests on a multi-sensorial journey through Devon, each chapter unfolds as they make their way through the halls to the main dining area. The newly renovated 35-seat restaurant is further enhanced by the breath-taking views of Singapore’s scenic landscape as well as the truly exquisite culinary service experience.
Located at Marina Bay Sands, Spago’s first venture into Asia is found in a sophisticated and inviting setting on level 5. Showcasing spectacular views of the city skyline and garden, Spago’s location offers an imaginative seasonal menu of California cuisine with global accents. The restaurant is also complemented by a terrace lounge with an al fresco bar overlooking the hotel’s famous infinity pool.