Dine at these eating places with a view of the fireworks this Nationwide Day


By: Alyssa Chung

SINGAPORE — To rejoice Singapore’s 54th Birthday, head over to Kinki Restaurant & Bar for a weekend of feasting and partying as you soak within the panoramic backdrop of Marina Bay. On 9 August, tuck right into a Bottomless Brunch at S$58 per individual from 12pm – 3pm. You’ll get infinite servings of up to date Japanese fare together with recent sashimi, artistic maki, mains and extra. From 6pm until late, seize a spot on the rooftop bar to benefit from the spectacular NDP fireworks. E-book your personal desk with the Rooftop Bundle (S$500 nett for as much as six individuals) and luxuriate in one bottle of Belvedere, a selection of Monkey Shoulder or Hendrick’s Gin Bottle, 1 mixer jug, four cans of Redbull and a sharing platter. Extremely advisable to guide upfront.

70 Collyer Quay, #02-02 Customs Home, Singapore 049323

Tel: +65 6533 3471

www.kinki.com.sg

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Kinki’s Bottomless Brunch. (PHOTO: Kinki)

The Clifford Pier

This Nationwide Day, head to The Clifford Pier for a luxurious dim sum brunch, that includes siew mai with crab roe and fluffy char siew pau served from old style trolleys. Try the stay stations, which dishes out kampung-style charcoal grilled rooster and beef, and chilli crab gravy with crispy mantou. Obtainable on 9 August, from 11 am to 1pm, the brunch is priced from S$65. Add S$138 per grownup without spending a dime flowing of Veuve Clicquot champagne, wines and beers.

For dinner on 9 August, sit up for the Nationwide Day Seafood Buffet which rolls out Maine lobster and snow crab alongside native dishes equivalent to steamed sea bass with superior soya sauce and crispy garlic, wok-fried sambal sotong with caramelised onion and baked sambal salmon with lemon grass and kaffir lime. The buffet is on the market from 6pm to 10pm. Priced at $156 per grownup. Add S$138 per grownup without spending a dime flowing of Veuve Clicquot champagne, wines and beers. Prepayment is required to safe the reservation.

Fullerton Bay Lodge

Tel: 6877 8911 / 8912

fullertonhotels.com

The Clifford Pier Nationwide Day cocktails. (PHOTO: Fullerton Bay)

AquaMarine

AquaMarine’s Balik Kampung meals promotion, supplied along with Nationwide Day, pays homage to our native delicacies. The halal-certified buffet will even serve a variety of nostalgic favourites. Savour a number of indulgent creations equivalent to deep-fried D24 durian fritter, signature chilli crab ‘sheng jian bao’, ‘Golden Pillow’ assam fish curry, and Australian child lamb spare rib ‘satay’. Wash the whole lot down with freshly squeezed sugar cane juice, and funky off with old-fashioned ice kacang ball for dessert. As you tuck into your meal on 9 August, you may additionally get to benefit from the spectacular NDP fireworks.

Again by fashionable demand too is AquaMarine’s signature al fresco recent durian station (accessible on weekends at dinner). What’s on the desk? Free circulate of premium durians starting from Mao Shan Wang and D24 to Pink Prawn and extra.

The ‘Balik Kampung’ buffet unfold is on the market from now until 18 August. It’s priced at S$60 per individual for lunch each day, at S$73 per individual for dinner on weekdays, and at S$83 per individual for dinner on weekends.

Marina Mandarin Singapore
Tel: 6845 1111
www.meritushotels.com/marina

‘Golden Pillow’ Assam Fish Curry, Australian Child Lamb Spare Rib ‘Satay’, Deep-fried D24 Durian Fritter, Signature Chilli Crab ‘Sheng Jian Bao’ (from left to proper). (PHOTO: AquaMarine)

Saint Pierre
For an distinctive fantastic eating meal topped with fabulous fireworks views, make a reserving at Saint Pierre this 9 August. As an alternative of the standard trendy French delicacies with Japanese components, Chef Emmanuel Stroobant will shock diners along with his Singapore-inspired menu that includes a number of luxurious substances.

Begin with canapés of brinjal buah keluak, salted egg popiah, sambal girl’s finger and kueh pie tee. These are adopted by a progressive abalone “congee”: abalone is poached in sake, dressed with tomato and marigold oil, and topped with oscietra caviar. Subsequent is the chef’s model of laksa comprising a succulent pan-fried scallop bathed in delicate coconut sauce flavoured with home made laksa paste. There’s additionally his chilli crab rendition composed of Hokkaido bushy crab assembled right into a tower, and served with crab sauce and mantou. The rendang dish comes within the type of A5 omi beef, perked up with galangal, garlic, and lemongrass, and served with jackfruit and keropok on the facet. Dessert is a particular “kaya” millefeuille, or an meeting of filo pastry with gula Melaka kaya, and raspberry sorbet. For the Nationwide Day Dinner Saint Pierre will just one seating at 6pm (S$248 per individual).

1 Fullerton Highway, #02-02B One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
Tel: +65 6438 0887
www.saintpierre.com.sg

Abalone dish at Saint Pierre. (PHOTO: Saint Pierre)

LeVeL33

The microbrewery of LeVel33 affords a chicken’s eye view of Marina Bay and the NDP fireworks. To rejoice the event, order the Black Glutinous Rice Beer, a particular new brew created by resident brewmaster Gabriel Garcia. The drink is made by combining boiled rice with barley malt, after which fermenting it with ale yeast. It’s also brewed completely with Singapore faucet water. The result? A reddish beer that’s light-bodied and fruity beer.

In case you choose to have dinner indoors, pay $108 per individual, which features a dinner sharing menu plus one 0.3L of beer or a glass of home pour wine. You’ll get to savour a variety of regionally impressed dishes equivalent to Lager-infused kingfish sashimi with a candy ginger dressing; la la from Ah Hua Kelong stir-fried with curry leaves; pandan and salt baked rooster with risoni; and wagyu beef intercostal served with sambal and native greens. Spherical off your meal with a “Singapore Sling” Dice Cake.

Alternatively, pay S$128 per individual for a desk on the Terrace (outside eating). You’ll get a beer tasting paddle or a glass of home wine, together with a charcuterie board, fries, and a selection between the chilli gentle shell crab brioche roll with avocado, or wagyu beef Brewery Burger. In case you simply wish to benefit from the fireworks and consider with out eating, the duvet cost is S$33 per walk-in visitor – additionally, you will obtain 0.3L of beer or a glass of home pour wine.

eight Marina Boulevard #33-01, Marina Bay Monetary Centre Tower 1, Singapore 018981

Tel: +65 6834 3133

https://stage33.com.sg/

LeVeL33 terrace with a view. (PHOTO: LeVeL33)



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