These towering rooftop restaurants in Singapore will take your dining experience to greater heights... literally.
When you want dinner with a view, make rooftop restaurants in Singapore your go-to. Perfect for a romantic dinner or a fine dining feast fit for treat yo’self days, these hotspots offer slick skyline sights and sunset scenes. We’ve given a toast to high times at cocktail bars and alfresco watering holes, so now it’s time to look at places to dine and drink. From party venues to hotel restaurants to iconic vantage points, here are our top choices. Hope you don’t have vertigo!
Rooftop restaurants in Singapore with a view
1. 1-Altitude Coast
Opening 5 September
Perched atop the roof of the Outpost Hotel, we’re eagerly looking forward to the opening of 1-Altitude Coast. This new premier day-to-night beachfront playground features a day club, an al-fresco pool deck, Sol & Ora (a contemporary bistro serving Mediterranean cuisine and Latin vibes), and bespoke dining experiences with Villa Ora. Sun-seekers and epicureans alike can escape from the busy city life and enjoy this multi-concept lifestyle destination. Look forward to all-day poolside experiences with parties in private cabanas, resort-style drinks, and Asian-fusion style bites made for sharing. Go from tropical house in the late afternoon to dance club in the early evening, with curated music by resident DJs Tony Tay, Kaylova, and Sherpa.
1-Altitude Coast, #07-01, The Outpost Hotel, 10 Artillery Avenue, Singapore 099951
2. Jo @ Honcho
More than just a bar and restaurant, Honcho is a lifestyle venue that aims to build a creative community. Not only do they provide a space for artists to showcase their work, they’ve also collaborated with many local creatives for conceptualisation; from the uniform to space to cocktails. Check out their space Jo and be surrounded by art while having conversations and tipples under the moonlight.
Jo @ Honcho, 12 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069692
Who says you have to go 50 storeys up to enjoy good views? Tucked at the top of a boutique hotel is Levant, a Mediterranean hideaway. There’s something about this bar that really makes you feel like you aren’t in Singapore. Enjoy smooth grooves and cool breezes as you munch on a mezze sharing platter and sip on specialty cocktails. Our favourite is the Honeycombers mocktail, which features seedlip garden, cardamom, lemon, and honeycomb.
Levant, Level 4, ST Signature Hotel, 32 Tras Street, Singapore 078972
4. Sweetea Caffe
Situate yourself in the heart of Chinatown and enjoy afternoon tea at this gastropub neatly tucked away in an unassuming shophouse. If you’re lucky enough to snag the balcony seats, take in the scenic view of heritage buildings while being surrounded by vintage decor. At night, drop by for beer and sashimi-grade oysters and watch the streets of Chinatown burst with energy.
Sweetea Caffe, Level 2, 15A Trengganu Street, Singapore 058469
5. Sky Lido
Located at Outram Park, this modern bar and bistro sits atop Concorde Shopping Centre. We love how it provides a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city streets at night. Executive chef Gabriel Cher runs the show and serves a modern take on bistro classics. Savour ’em surrounded by sights of River Valley and Robertson Quay. End off the night by sipping on a freshly-shaken cocktail under the stars.
Sky Lido, #05-01, Concorde Shopping Centre, 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075
6. Mr Stork
Perched all the way up on the 39th floor of Andaz Singapore, Mr Stork offers thrilling, 360-degree views of the CBD. Add a little magic to your experience when you head in just before the golden hour to catch the sunset. Catch up with friends in one of the ten teepee tents available and sip on invigorating tipples inspired by the bar’s garden setting.
Mr Stork, Level 39, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
1-Atico is a unique cohesion of a restaurant, bar and lounge under one roof. Nestled atop Singapore’s iconic shopping mall, Ion Orchard, the rooftop dining, bar and grill is home to world-class service and immersive entertainment experiences. Grab a tipple at Flnt Bar, 1-Atico’s Japanese-Peruvian gastrobar, or tuck into authentic Argentinian cuisine at Fire Restaurant. If you’re looking for a bit of extra pampering, have afternoon tea in the plush setting of Atico Lounge.
1-Atico, #55-01, Ion Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
8. Kinki Restaurant & Bar
Kinki Restaurant & Bar has quite a personality. This urban dining haven serves a mix of traditional and modern Japanese dishes and offers an eclectic drinks list that draws inspiration from the east and west. Admire the bar’s sick new graffiti created by local street artist, Antz, as you sip on your tipples. Or, head down to the restaurant level to view some sweet art murals by artist Sean Dunston.
Kinki Restaurant & Bar, #02-02, Collyer Quay, Customs House, Singapore 049323
9. Fry Rooftop Bistro & Bar
Looking for somewhere a little cosy to catch a break? Located in the heart of Club Street, this intimate watering hole promises great food and drinks with a stunning view of the city skyline to boot. Chill out here after a hard day’s work with a tipple in hand, and savour delicious tapas and western food with a twist.
Fry Rooftop Bistro & Bar, 96B Club Street, Singapore 069464
10. Lavo Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
Lavo can go from weekend brunch spot to hip nightclub in a hot minute – talk about versatility! At the 57th level, you best believe you’ll be treated to spectacular views of the city skyline while you dine on hearty Italian-American cuisine. The restaurant is best known for its ginormous Lavo meatball and signatures such as the charred octopus and pizzas. Oh, and don’t forget to bring your second stomach for the 20-layer chocolate cake (we kid you not). Pop by for champagne brunch to enjoy your weekend in luxury.
Lavo Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, Level 57, Tower 1, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Tucked away on the 70th storey of Swissôtel The Stamford, Skai is an utter delight. Just look at that view! Pair it with exquisite beef cuts perfectly prepared in a state-of-the-art Josper grill and almost too-pretty-to-eat desserts, and you’ve got a lovely dining experience. From intimate dinners to lively Saturday brunches to relaxing afternoon teas, the rooftop restaurant hosts it all.
Skai, Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
12. Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro
Here’s where you can dine in a hilltop garden away from the busyness of the city. Perched 100 metres above sea level, this casual bistro serves a mix of western and Asian dishes, alongside craft beers and botanical-inspired drinks. Whether you’re here for a family lunch or dinner with friends, the cosy alfresco spot is perfect.
Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro, Level 2, Faber Peak, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
Take in the views from level 38 at 665°F, a gorgeous steakhouse that focuses on prime cuts and sustainable seafood. Going for date night? Have a look at the sharing menu, which is perfect for two. Just remember to leave space for desserts like baked apple tart and Valrhona warm chocolate cake. Feeling fancy on a weekday? The lunch set comes with an appetiser, a main course and your choice of side.
665°F, Level 38, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
14. Potato Head Singapore Rooftop Bar
Never mind views of the CBD and Marina Bay. The heritage district of Keong Saik does it for us! As much as we love munching on Three Buns’ burgers and sipping a swish cocktail at the Studio 1939 lounge, we’re suckers for Potato Head’s breezy, cosy rooftop garden. Complete with tropical cocktails, groovy beats and chill vibes, it always makes us feel on top of the world.
Potato Head Singapore Rooftop Bar, 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143
Enjoy views of the twinkling Singapore skyline after sunset at Art, Michelin-starred chef Beppe De Vito’s Italian resto. The sleek space serves degustation menus for you to try top-notch meals, as well as set lunches for a little weekday indulgence. Come for dinner and stay for drinks at the bar, with cocktails and wines that complement light snacks.
Art, #06-02, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
16. Artemis Grill
This rooftop restaurant’s Mediterranean food selection is just as sensational as its panoramic view of Singapore. The ingredients are fresh and seasonal, the seafood and grilled meats are magnificent, and the dessert selection takes you from sweet endings to artisanal cheese. But let’s not forget the vegan menu that whips up dishes so good, you won’t miss the meat. However, and if you’re just passing by for drinks, know that the breezy outdoor terrace looks out on the Marina Bay cityscape.
Artemis Grill, Level 40, CapitaGreen Rooftop, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
17. Spago by Wolfgang Puck
This uber cool rooftop restaurant in Singapore offers two distinct spaces to suit your mood. For something a little more intimate, the dining room is ideal for working lunches or a romantic treat. But if a laid-back vibe is more your thing, the casual lounge terrace overlooking the iconic infinity pool is an ideal space for alfresco entertaining. In addition, the menu takes you from breakfast to dinner and even sundown treats like cocktails and light bites.
Spago by Wolfgang Puck, Level 57, Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
18. Dusk Restaurant & Bar
The beautiful restaurant sits atop Mount Faber with panoramic sights all around. It’s quiet, it’s surrounded by lush foliage, and it boasts some of the island’s best sunset views from up top. Take in the sights of Harbourfront and Sentosa as you clink glasses and dine on European tapas.
Dusk Restaurant & Bar, Level 2, Faber Peak, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
Perched high above the city in the penthouse of the Marina Bay Financial Centre, this high-tech brewery, restaurant and lounge is an impressive venue to add to Singapore’s list of sky dining venues. It’s a sweet spot for business lunches, meet-ups with friends and classy dates. Plus, the menu incorporates beer brewing elements to enhance the dishes with flavour and texture. Take a seat indoors for a relaxed time or head to the alfresco area for fresh air and prime views of the Marina Bay waterfront.
Level33, #33-01, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, 8 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018981
Taking up the prime spot atop OUE Bayfront, Vue is where you can find the city’s first rooftop spritz bar. Blending flavours from the East and West, the fusion menu spotlights binchotan-grilled meats and seafood that pair wonderfully with the wine selection of old and new world labels. Make a date with the rooftop restaurant in Singapore for sunset cocktails, plush dining and good times all around.
Vue, Level 19, OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049321
Boasting an authentic, innovative menu and a prime rooftop location that attracts both locals and visitors, Yan at the National Gallery Singapore is the perfect spot to sample Cantonese fine dining. The a la carte line-up offers a luxurious selection of dishes including chef’s signatures such as Peking roast duck with homemade crepes, crispy roast suckling pig and baked pork ribs with black olives. There’s not much of a view in the elegant dining room, but step outside and you’ll find your way to scenic sights of the Padang and beyond.
Yan, #05-02, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrews Road, Singapore 178957
22. Ce La Vi
Take your dinner up high for modern Asian treats and stunning sights of the Marina Bay area from a bird’s eye view. Pop by the SkyPark for a panoramic excursion afterwards, or go straight to the SkyBar or Sky Lounge for alfresco cocktails and good grub from Bao by Ce La Vi. Above all, keep an eye out for the resto’s weekend brunches and hawker highlights!
Ce La Vi, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
23. Jaan by Kirk Westaway
Revered as one of the top restaurants in the world, the high-flying Jaan by Kirk Westaway pairs British-inspired cuisine with a breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline (hope you ain’t afraid of heights). Its accolades include one Michelin star and a ranking on the list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2021. An elegant 40-seater, the fine dining restaurant is known for its exquisite ambience, sky-high sights and an ever-evolving modern menu of seasonal highlights by executive chef Kirk Westaway.
Jaan by Kirk Westaway, Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
24. Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge
The upscale Italian rooftop restaurant at Ocean Financial Centre takes full advantage of its view of Singapore. We love that it features a beautiful dining room decked out with sophisticated decor and custom-made furniture. With two open kitchens, a circular bar in the centre of the space, a wine lounge and private areas, Zafferano is all about classy experiences. In other words, it’s made to impress. But if you want a magnificent view of Marina Bay, head to the terrace lounge for sunset drinks and light bites.
Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge, Level 43, Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315
Sitting atop shophouses along the bustling Boat Quay stretch, Braci features a luxe dining area on the fifth floor, as well as a chic rooftop bar that flaunts a fantastic view of the Singapore River. The open kitchen plates out Italian dishes, while the bar mixes up classic concoctions with a twist. With chef-restaurateur Beppe De Vito at the helm of this one Michelin-starred resto, you know you’re in good hands.
Braci, Level 5 & 6, 52 Boat Quay, Singapore 049841
26. Lin Rooftop Bar
Nothing sounds better than filling up on contemporary Asian cuisine amidst a breezy alfresco setting. This spot is nestled in the charming neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru, where you’ll find yourself dining amidst some of Singapore’s most charming historical shophouses. Have intimate conversations with friends over savoury, golden spring rolls and juicy chicken wings – but don’t fret if it rains because this rooftop bar comes with enough cover.
Lin Rooftop Bar, 50 Tiong Bahru Road, Singapore 168733
27. Kebabs and Curries
Located on the seventh storey of Mustafa Centre, Kebabs and Curries is a change of scene from the bustling 24-hour mall. Aside from the obvious selection of, well, kebabs and curries, the casual restaurant will fix you up nicely with an authentic North Indian meal. Think chaats, biryani and a variety of naans and dips. Rest your legs after a shopping spree in Little India or cool down on a hot day at this hidden spot.
Kebabs and Curries, #07-00, Mustafa Centre, 171 Syed Alwi Road, Singapore 207704
28. Mr Punch Public House
Temporarily closed for dine-in.
If you’ve watched Punch and Judy puppet shows, you might be pleasantly surprised to know that’s exactly where Mr Punch Public House gets its name from. This quirky facility is located atop the Mint Museum of Toys and doubles up as a rooftop bar and vintage enamel sign gallery. It’s currently undergoing renovation works, but it’ll be quite the place to visit once it reopens.
Mr Punch Public House, 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
29. Orgo Bar & Restaurant
Temporarily closed for dine-in.
Known for serving unique and delicious tipples, Orgo Bar & Restaurant is perfect for after-work drinks and weekend sundowners with friends or co-workers. Enjoy a mod-European dining experience atop Esplanade, surrounded by gorgeous views of the city. If you’re looking to spice up the evening, we recommend trying the watermelon and chilli martini.
Orgo Bar & Restaurant, #04-01, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 8 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039802
You can’t miss the incredible views at these rooftop restaurants in Singapore!