About SKAI Restaurant
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Singapore’s SKAI Restaurant is a contemporary grill eatery located inside Singapore’s tallest hotel, the famous Swissôtel The Stamford. Found 70 floors above the city, this restaurant provides a stunning Marina Bay view and some truly delicious food. The menu features exquisite prime beef cuts and fresh seafood crafted by executive chef Paul Hallett, whose signature culinary style, philosophy and techniques are at the centre of this incredible dining experience. This City Hall steakhouse is modern, casual and inviting, and is part of a dual lifestyle concept that also features a vibrant bespoke cocktail bar and quality wine list. For a sky-high experience that is unlike any other in Singapore, reserve at SKAI Restaurant well in advance.
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Sunday to Friday: 12 – 3pm
Set and la carte menus available
Saturday brunch: 12 – 3:30pm
A la carte buffet brunch
Daily: 6 – 10pm
A la carte menu available
Inspired by Nordic simplicity, SKAI Restaurant’s minimalist space features light maple wood, natural hues and organic textures that create an aesthetically pleasing urban atmosphere. With space for 137 guests, this vibrant yet intimate restaurant is ideal for social gatherings and special occasions.
High above Singapore, SKAI Restaurant shines at the top of Swissôtel The Stamford, one of the city-state’s most well-known skyscrapers. This world-class restaurant serves contemporary international cuisine that’s known far beyond Singapore. With panorama views across the entire city, SKAI Restaurant on Stamford Road brings luxury to new heights. Order one of the bar’s bespoke cocktails and prepare to sit back, relax and watch the city lights shine brightly in the night sky – you deserve it.
Prepare to treat yourself to a menu of superlative dishes when dining at SKAI Restaurant in Singapore’s City Hall. Indulge in a two- or three-course set lunch menu, or simply decide from something on the a la carte menu. From yellowfin tuna with sesame crackers, to Loch Fyne smoked salmon fillet with king crab and a shellfish broth, SKAI truly is paradise for seafood lovers. If you’d like to sample something slightly different, order the Australian-inspired Stanbroke wagyu petite tender with an endive salad and peppercorn sauce for a meal that does not disappoint. Needless to say, bookings are essential when dining at Singapore’s SKAI Restaurant.