Whether you are looking for a place to celebrate your birthday, chill with your friends or for a romantic date, why not try somewhere different from your usual cafes or restaurants?
These seven rooftop restaurants have great food and an even better view for you to savour.
1. Golden X The Great Escape
The Projector is great for people who are looking for indie films that are not shown in your usual movie theatres. The next time you are there for a movie, do remember to check out the hidden gem of a bar located within The Projector.
It’s a great place to chill with some friends over beer and food.
Address: 6001 Beach Road, #05-00, Golden Mile Tower, 199589
Opening Hours: 6 PM – 2 AM, Thurs – Sun
Beer and Oysters – can’t really go wrong with this combo. Overlooking the Singapore river, Southbridge offers some great-tasting creations like Oysters served in a fusion sauce of ponzu and yuzu, smoked pancetta sandwich and lobster knuckle roll.
This place offers a great respite from the hustle and bustle of the Boat Quay area, with its amazing 360 degree view of its surroundings.
Address: 80 Boat Quay, Level 5, Rooftop, 049868
Opening Hours: 5PM – 12 MN , Daily
3. The Rooftop At Potato Head Folk
If you frequent Bali or Hong Kong, you may have heard of Potato Head Folk. This restaurant prides itself on serving unpretentious food, fun cocktails and a good time. Have a burger in at the indoor restaurant at levels one and two, then head out for some drinks at the rooftop.
The interior here is as pretty as the rooftop view! Set in an iconic building that was built in 1939, the interior of Potato Head Folk is filled with whimsical murals and decorations.
Address: 36 Keong Saik Road, 089143
11 AM – 12 MN, Tues – Sun
Closed on Mondays
Love Japanese cuisine? Then Kinki restaurant and bar will be right up your alley. Overlooking the Marina Bay area, they offer a wide variety of unique Japanese dishes. Head up to the rooftop bar and enjoy delectable bites and drinks while unwinding with a great view.
Address: 70 Collyer Quay #02-02 Customs House
Kinki Restaurant (2/F)
Lunch from 12pm (Last order at 2.30pm)
Dinner from 6pm (Last order at 10.30pm) , Mon – Sat
Closed on Sundays
Kinki Rooftop Bar (R/F)
5 PM – 12 MN (Last order at 11:30pm), Mon – Thurs
5 PM till late, Fri – Sat
5. Spuds And Aprons
Offering international and modern asian cuisine, Spuds And Aprons is a family-oriented restaurant that has something to suit every taste bud.
Its signature dishes really live up to their labels of being “wickedly good” and “Die Die must try”.
While you are there, try their Truffle Wicked Fries & Gravy, which has six different types of melted cheese oozing over the crispy truffle fries.
If you are craving for some sweets, the Jar of Happiness should be your choice of dessert, which consists creamy Haagen Dazs vanilla ice cream topped with warm berry compote, and crumbly shortbread biscuits.
Address: 109 Mount Faber Rd, Singapore 099203
Opening hours: 11 AM – 11 PM, daily
If you want to treat yourself to something special, Zafferano is your place. Perched on the 43rd story of the Ocean Financial Centre, this Italian restaurant and bar boasts fantastic views of the Marina Bay Waterfront.
The food here is mainly Italian, with a few tweaks to suit the palate of the Singaporean diner.
10 Collyer Quay, Level 43,
Ocean Financial Centre
11.30 AM – 3 PM, 5.30 PM – 11 PM, Mon – Wed
11.30 AM – 3 PM, 5.30 PM – 12 MN, Thurs – Fri
5.30 PM – 11 PM, Sat
Closed on Sundays.
Spanning across 9000 Square feet between two floors of the National Gallery Singapore, Aura offers modern Italian cuisine with a side of panoramic view of the iconic landmarks of Singapore.
They have affordable multi-course set meals for lunch and dinner as well as a salad bar starting at just S$21.90+, so you don’t have to break the bank. We heard the desserts here are to die for as well!
Address: 1 St. Andrews Road
05-03 and 06-02 National Gallery Singapore
Res taurant: 12 NOON to 2:30 PM for lunch / 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM for dinner
Sky Lounge: 11:30 AM to 1 AM