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Without question one of the most unique places to eat and drink in Singapore, High Society Cafe is all about living the good life through the enjoyment of music and great food. At a premium location on Bayfront Avenue – within The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands – this cafe is as luxurious as they come. It’s a perfect spot for all-day dining at Marina Bay so reserve your tables now!
Somewhere between cafe, bistro and music store, Singapore’s High Society Cafe exudes sheer class and old world charm. Inside The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands on Bayfront Avenue, picture a pristine glass counter filled with every colour and flavour of macaroon imaginable, tickled with light from decadent chandeliers that hang above. Now imagine a sophisticated seating area and racks full of classic CDs just waiting to be shuffled through – High Society Cafe is as distinguished as they come in Marina Bay.
Often not the case in Singapore, High Society Cafe is substance as well as style. It’s a great spot for enjoying a fine afternoon tea or a delicious evening meal. What to expect from the menu? Seared sea bass, bacon and foie gras burger and seafood laksa spaghetti make up just a few options available at this gourmet music cafe. There’s also a splendid bar serving some of the highest quality cocktails available at Marina Bay.
Beautiful interior. Polite waiters. Good service of visitors. In the menu there is no beer. We came to have supper. It was pleasant to us.
Nice food and nice environment!! The staff is friendly. Overall is good!
It was great service. I have enjoyed the best service in Singapore. Please keep up the good work for us. Thank you for your kind service.
My party of four had a fabulous dinner, quality of food was superb & standard of service outstanding. It was a shame we had to rush to a concert and did not have time for desserts. Will definitely return for more. Thanks Team High Society 🙌
When I first walked it, i am impressed with the decor. Food is actually pretty good. Only thing is that the service could have been better. Plates were not cleared before the next dish is served. My guest and I ended up at every course, we need to lift up the plates or bowl for the service staff to place our food in front of us. This could be better done. But overall, thumbs up. I will definitely return for another visit.
The three course set dinner at $38 is very reasonable. The corn soup was awesome! Nice ambience with great music coming from That CD Shop next door. Only down side was the oily smell lingering on the bistro which made my hair and clothes smell like fried food all night after dinner.
Rather disappointed with the food as I found the Norwegian Salmon to be quite bland but the vanilla latte was quite nice. The tiramisu was too sweet for me but the chocolate cake was good. Service was quite prompt as there were not many customers when I was there. However, I am impressed with the ambience.
First itime visiting for dinner. The dinner set menu is very reasonably priced. Had a duck confit that is quite good with a nice salad to start off. Soup of the day was light and delicious. Finished with wine and coffee. Excellent evening.
Great service, good food, great ambience!! Though it doesn't serve still water, we need to pay for still water and it cost $4. Ordered other drinks instead.
Large group at lunch. we were pretty much the only ones there. Staff weren't quite prepared for such a large group at lunch. Service was pleasant but a little mixed. Things were pretty disorganised and food came out very piecemeal.