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Best Singapore Restaurants with a View

All of these Singapore restaurants with a view dish up delicious food with a backdrop of the stunning city skyline. Memorable dining guaranteed.

People alfresco dining in Singapore.

Singapore is filled with towering skyscrapers and there’s no better way to enjoy the backdrop of twinkling night lights than with a delectable meal.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner date, somewhere for a special occasion, or just for a good night out with friends, we’ve put together a list of restaurants that offer some of the best views of Singapore.

From stunning sunsets to gorgeous city skylines, you’ll love these restaurants that will be sure to take your dining experience to greater heights. 

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Restaurants with a view in Singapore

In our list of best places, you’ll find restaurants with scenic views of the glittering Singapore skyline, and those with views of the South China Sea. We have restaurants with a wide range of cuisine, from Italian to Japanese, fusion and more. 

What you can expect from all of them, however, is some unforgettable views along with a delicious meal and a good time.


Situated on the 70th floor of Swissotel The Stamford, you’ll get to take in magnificent views of the Singapore skyline from SKAI. This is arguably one of the most impressive views in Singapore and on a clear day you can see as far as Malaysia and Indonesia.

Skai restaurant Singapore.

A treat for the senses, at SKAI they also serve a range of menus from Saturday brunch to high tea, a four-course set and more. 

Some of the highlights on their a la carte menu include Mizayaki A4 Wagyu, Australian Black Angus steak, fried Alaskan black cod and more. Just be sure to save some room for the Baked Vanilla Cheesecake with Mango, Pineapple and Yogurt Sorbet.

Insider Tip: Make time for a drink before or after dinner in the next-door SKAI Bar, which specialises in rose wine and champagne.

JAAN by Kirk Westaway

Jaan not only offers breathtaking views of Marina Bay and the Singapore Flyer but also takes the spot as one of the prettiest restaurants in Singapore. 

The restaurant has an incredible floor-to-ceiling light installation that’s inspired by hawthorn trees, and it’s made of hand-blown Italian Murano glass.

Jaan by Kirk Westaway restaurant interior showing light installation and view of Singapore.

Executive Chef Kirk Westaway is known for his mastery in reinventing gastronomic classics and it’s no surprise that the restaurant has won numerous accolades including two Michelin stars in 2021 and 2022. 

Available for both lunch and dinner, both are tasting menus with a special British touch that changes depending on seasonality and availability of products. 

Insider Tip: Jaan offers vegetarian menus but is unable to accommodate any dairy and/or gluten intolerance and allergies. 

Cé La Vi

When it comes to dining with a view in Singapore, you can’t go wrong with Ce La Vi. Perched on top of Marina Bay Sands, this stunning restaurant doesn’t just offer 360-degree views of Singapore, but it also serves up some of the best cuisine and drinks. 

Ce La Vi restaurant Singapore.

Specialising in contemporary Asian cuisine, you can expect dishes on the main menu such as Hokkaido Scallop with green apple and yuzu kosho, Black Pepper Tiger Prawns and 48-hour Slow Cooked Short Rib with Korean ssamjang sauce, lettuce and kimchi.

If you’re looking for something more casual, you will also find more condensed versions of the restaurant menu in the Skybar and Club Lounge

Insider Tip: Definitely save time for a drink in the Sky Bar before or after dinner. It’s one of the best rooftop bars in Singapore


Known for its hospitality and style, Spago Dining Room by Wolfgang Puck in Singapore is one of the first international restaurants from this celebrity Chef. 

You’ll not only be treated to an incredible view of Singapore at this restaurant, but there are also two areas to choose from – the indoor and al fresco dining area. 

As with Wolfgang Puck’s original Spago in Beverly Hills, the focus here is on fine-dining California cuisine, but with global accents. Expect main course options like Honey Miso Broiled Black Cod, Japanese Sea Bream Laksa and Grilled Iberia Pork Chop.

Diners can choose between a la carte, or a 3-course prix fixe set menu with plenty of choices. 

Insider Tip: After dinner, head to Spago Bar and Lounge to relax and unwind in the outdoor area with unparalleled vistas of the city.


Completing the trio of restaurants on the Marina Bay Sands rooftop, LAVO is an Italian-American restaurant, rooftop bar and nightclub all in one. 

You’ll enjoy spectacular 180-degree views of the city skyline, including the iconic Marina Bay Sands infinity pool from this fabulous spot.

Lavo Singapore terrace with a view.

On the menu, you’ll find all-time favourites like the classic Chicken Parmigiano, Penne alla Vodka and Mediterranean Seabass alongside grilled meats, pizzas and salads. 

You won’t want to miss the famous LAVO meatball (wagyu, veal and Italian sausage, served with fresh whipped ricotta) or the sinful 20-layer chocolate cake, layered with peanut butter marscapone. 

If you’re up for a celebratory Sunday, then head here for the lively Sunday brunch, complete with free-flow champagne. It’s one of the best Sunday brunches in Singapore.

Come Friday and Saturday evenings you can hit the dance floor at LAVO as the DJs hit the decks and it transforms into a party zone.


Level33 is the world’s highest urban microbrewery that’s perched on, yup you guessed it, level 33. 

What’s unique about this particular spot is that it’s a microbrewery, bar and restaurant all wrapped up in one award-winning rooftop dining concept. 

Located in the Marina Bay Financial Centre, its a popular spot for business lunches, as well as after-work drinks with a view.

Level33 has several options when it comes to dining. You can go casual with sharing plates, oysters, burgers and rolls on the Social Dining Room menu.

Or go a bit more high-end in the Dining Room with both a la carte and a 6-course tasting menu are on offer. There’s also a weekend roast menu and an executive set lunch. 

Feeling thirsty? You’re in a microbrewery so you have come to the right place. Stout, Wheat Beer, India Pale Ale and Blond Lager are permanent fixtures on the tap with other seasonal craft beers on rotation. All are handcrafted on-site by resident-certified brewmaster Gabriel Garcia,

Insider Tip: There is an Oyster Happy Hour every Monday – Friday from 3pm to 6pm. Plus you can opt for a free-flow 2-hour beverage offer, which includes house-brewed beers, Prosecco and house wine. Available all day Monday to Friday.


Located on the 51st floor of CapitaSpring within the 1-Arden complex in the Central Business District, step into Kaarla to be greeted with floor-to-ceiling windows with views out to sea. 

Kaarla specialises in coastal Australian cuisine with a strong focus on seasonal produce sourced from the best local farms. 

Not only that, but they also have their very own 10,000 square feet food forest in their very own backyard – the world’s highest food forest. In case you hadn’t gathered yet, there is a big focus on sustainability here. 

Kaarla means ‘where the home fires burn’, and while you won’t find anything burning in their kitchen, you will find much of it cooked on their Australian-designed wood-fired grill. Some dishes to look out for on the menu include Fremantle Octopus, Sustainable Murray Cod and Western Australian Kinross Lamb Saddle. 

Kaarla is open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.

Insider Tip: Next door within the same complex you will find rooftop bar 1-Arden, one of our favourite roof bars in Singapore. 


For luxurious rooftop dining with sweeping views of Singapore, look no further than 1-Atico

This unique multi-concept rooftop dining destination comes with a few different restaurants and views for you to choose from – depending on what you’re looking for, of course.

There’s the Argentinian restaurant Fire, the Japanese-Peruvian Nikkei Gastrobar FLNT and the lounge area. What you can be sure of, however, is that each of these concepts will still provide you with amazing views. 

At FLNT you’re looking at dishes such as Yellowtail Ceviche and Japanese Wagyu A4 sirloin while Fire has wood-fired red snapper and many different cuts of meat to choose from, all served with red chimichurri. 

Kinki Restaurant and Bar

If you’re looking for excellent Japanese food with views of glittering Marina Bay, look no further than Kinki Restaurant and Bar

Sushi and sashimi platter at Kinki Singapore.

Known for its cool urban vibe, complete with funky murals and patterned motifs, it serves up modern Japanese cuisine for both lunch and dinner. There’s also a bottomless brunch on Saturdays (food only; drinks are extra).

The menu includes all the usual sushi favourites interspersed with more unusual offerings such as Roasted Miso Kurobuta Pork Belly Nigiri, Spicy Buffalo Katsu and Grilled Squid Chimichurri. 

Insider Tip: Make sure to have a pre- or post-dinner drink on the rooftop bar on level 3. It has some of the best views of Marina Bay in town. 

Altro Zafferano 

Located on the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Centre, you’ll find Altro Zafferano – an exceptional Italian experience offering one of the best views in Singapore. 

altro zafferano restaurant interior.

Italian Head Chef, Andrea de Paolo, is passionate about taking guests on an immersive journey of contemporary renditions of Italian classics. This means that the 12m-long open kitchen is at the forefront of the restaurant, treating guests to mesmerising close-up views of chefs at work. 

Food, as you would expect, is outstanding. Keep a look out for dishes such as house-made Tagliolini with Langoustine Carpaccio and Silver Cod with Peperone Crusco, Mussels and Veloute. There’s also a four-course set lunch available.

Super Loco Customs House

Looking for some great Mexican food? Then pop on over to Super Loco Customs House

With gorgeous views of the Marina Bay area, there’s truly no better place to be sipping on some margaritas and enjoying some tacos and tostadas. 

Margaritas with a view at Super Loco Customs House.

The al fresco dining area, festooned with fairy lights has an awesome chill vibe, making it the perfect place to enjoy some good food with friends.

In terms of food, there’s everything Mexican you could possibly ask for on the menu from chips and salsa to ceviche, elotes, tostadas, tacos and quesadillas. 

Did we mention that they’ve also got Taco Tuesdays where you can get a DIY taco platter of six?

Caffe Fernet

Breezy, casual and with great views of Marina Bay, Caffe Fernet is right next door to Super Loco and is another great place for an afternoon catchup or dinner with a view.

People alfresco dining at Caffe Fernet with a view of Marina Bay Sands.

If you’re dining with friends, choose from a selection of small plates perfect for sharing, such as Hamachi Tartare, Soft Shell Crab and Melon and Parma Ham.

There are also pasta dishes and main dishes if you’re after something more substation. Just be sure to leave room for dessert, the chocolate tart is to die for. 


It’s no surprise that Vue makes it to the list – especially when Vue literally means view in French. 

Situated on top of OUE Bayfront on Collyer Quay, Vue has a breathtaking view of the Civic District which you can thoroughly soak in and enjoy through the floor-to-ceiling windows. 

The menu presents an eclectic fusion of East and West, with dishes as varied as Hokkaido Sea Urchin Risotto and Comte and Emmental Raviolini as well as steaks grilled over traditional Japanese Binchotan charcoal. 

You can choose to head to Vue for weekday lunch, or for a more elaborate dinner. During dinner, there’s also an Omakase menu and a Chef’s Tasting Menu on offer, in addition to a la carte.

Dusk Restaurant & Bar

Have you always wanted to take a cable car to dinner? Of course you have! And now’s your chance. 

Located 100 metres above sea level at Mount Faber Peak right next to the Singapore Cable Car station, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of HarbourFront and Sentosa Island in a convivial alfresco setting.

Perfect for both romantic date nights and casual get-togethers, you’ll find Modern European cuisine with everything from soup and bar bites to small plates, sharing platters and mains.

Highlights include the Dusk signature prawn capellini, pan-seared snapper and duck confit. If you’ve got space for dessert, the restaurant also serves decadent desserts such as the Guinness chocolate cake and Valrhona chocolate tart.


Boasting one of the most striking settings for a restaurant in Singapore, Monti is nestled within the Fullerton Pavilion glass dome and enjoys some of the best views of Marina Bay in town. 

Monti Restaurant Singapore interior.

With its authentic Italian cuisine, this swanky Italian restaurant is a must-visit. You’ll get an up-close look at the tourist boats as they cruise by and, if you time it right, you’ll get a front-row view of the Spectra Light and Water show from across the bay.

The light-filled space is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and they’ve also got an Italian afternoon tea menu, plus an all-you-can-eat Colapranzo menu available during the weekend. 

Browse the dinner menu and you’ll find a choice of freshly made pastas, including the decadent Lobster and Prawn Mezzelune ravioli. Other highlights include the Roasted White Pyrenees Lamb Rack and the Tuscan Fiorentina T-Bone steaks.

Sol & Ora

Meaning Latin for ‘the sun and the shore’, there’s no better restaurant to take in the stunning sea views of Sentosa than Sol & Sora

The restaurant is perched on top of The Outpost Hotel and you’ll be treated to panoramic beachfront views of the calm seas. 

Outpost Hotel roof from above.

While you’re dining here, you’ll feel transported to a Santorini holiday home with its sanctuary-like tranquillity and gorgeous natural light that peeks in from the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Cuisine-wise, Sol & Sora focuses on dishes from the Latin-Mediterranean region – including Italy, France, Greece and Spain. 

They serve everything from breakfast to lunch, dinner and even high tea. For dinner, they’ve got incredible dishes such as roasted octopus with fried fingerling potatoes, truffle risotto and roasted suckling pig. 

Saint Pierre

For exceptional service and exquisite food with unobstructed views of Marina Bay, Saint Pierre is hard to beat. 

Chef Emmanuel Stroobant’s restaurant has provided a benchmark for Singapore’s fine dining scene since its conception in 2000 and was awarded a Michelin star in 2017 and two Michelin stars in 2019.

Saint Pierre Singapore restaurant interior with view of Marina Bay Sands.

The cuisine at this intimate 24-seater restaurant is an amalgamation of French culinary techniques with an Asian edge. You can expect innovative dishes such as Basque Country Wild Turbot with morel and parsnip, or Manjimup Marron with buttermilk and oba.

Insider Tip: Pierre offers free corkage on BYO Tuesdays. They also offer a 1-for-1 corkage deal on other evenings. Bring your own bottle of wine and buy one bottle from Saint Pierre to enjoy a waiver of corkage.

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