Set within the opulent Grand Park City Hall, Tablescape Restaurant and Bar showcases the best of refined European cuisine. With a chic, sophisticated interior and spectacular displays of architectural prowess, this is Singapore’s latest must-visit dining destination. The menu and carefully curated drinks lists complement each other perfectly and make for the ideal lunch or dinner, reclining in style at this City Hall restaurant. Tablescape Restaurant and Bar is located on the third floor of the hotel on Coleman Street and it is one of the most sought after restaurants in the city. As such, reservations here are absolutely essential.
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Good service with good ambience. Suitable for couples and for dates.
Great ambience, the food was delicious and we had a lovely time.
With its home on level three of the Grand Park City Hall, Tablescape Restaurant and Bar is another spectacular restaurant adding even further proof that Singapore is one of the world’s best and brightest dining destinations. The furniture has been chosen carefully, and the European influence shines through in both the design of the space and it’s innovative and enticing menu. The dishes here are inspired and creative, so we recommend keeping an eye out for starters like salmon gravlax with vegetable shavings, lemon myrtle oil and cream cheese ice cream, and roasted asparagus with a 62 degree egg and grana padano crisp. Are your tastebuds tempted yet?
For the main event expect to see European classics like coq au vin with spätzle made with Burgundy wine spring chicken with egg noodles and bottarga, smoked braised black angus short ribs with bone marrow and horseradish potato puree or Norwegian Fjord trout served with warm red wine pickled cabbage and citrus salsa. The menu, however, is always subject to change which we love because it means you’ll always be in for something fresh and new when visiting this spectacularly sophisticated restaurant. You’ll find Tablespace Restaurant and Bar in City Hall on Coleman Street amd, as you’d expect, reservations are essential in this Singapore culinary haven.