Singapore has an extremely open-minded approach to food, and it’s this attitude that has made it one of the world’s most exciting culinary hotspots. All throughout the city, you can discover unique, innovative and truly wonderful dishes from a variety of cuisines, all begging to be sampled. But it’s in Singapore’s most iconic district that the culinary magic really happens. Marina Bay is a symbol of modernism and luxury, and in this area you’ll find several architectural icons, like the Marina Bay Sands, as well as Gardens by the Bay which boasts of lush gardens and spectacular views. It’s the food in Marina Bay, however, that’s the real winner. Restaurants in Marina Bay vary significantly and offer rich diversity, with one commonality – they are all of an extremely high standard. You’ll find restaurants in Marina Bay serving everything from the local hawker cuisine to Asian fusion, European, American, and so much more. After a day taking in the city’s impressive skyline and varied attractions, filling up on some of the nation’s best eats at one of the Marina Bay’s best restaurants sounds pretty good to us.
The restaurants in Marina Bay are some of the best in the world, and the most visually impressive at that. For a dining experience like no other, pay LeVeL 33 a visit. Claiming itself to be the world’s highest urban microbrewery, this Marina Bay restaurant offers panoramic views from the top of the Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1 and together with its impressive drinks list, serves high quality European cuisine like Black Angus beef tartare and slow-braised lamb shoulder gnocchi. If you’re in the mood for seafood, Sen of Japan on Bayfront Avenue does an exceptional baked cod marinated in soy alongside an exceptional California roll. For American-style fare, it’s hard to go past Kontiki with its nautical theme, fully-loaded portobello mushroom burger and zippy fries topped with parmesan and parsley. If you’ve got Spanish on your mind, then we can’t stress how wonderful OLA Cocina del Mar is. Located on Marina Boulevard, this Marina Bay restaurant has an array of tapas, paella and main plates (and sangria, of course) that will keep you coming back for more. For more culinary inspiration among Marina Bay restaurants, take a look to see what Quandoo has in store for you.
By now, you must be aware that Singapore has some pretty incredible restaurants and dishes. But what should you try at all the wonderful restaurants in Marina Bay? If you’re in the mood for delicious Thai cuisine at Long Chim, you can’t go past the baked prawns on rice with glass noodles, roast duck on rice with pickled ginger plum sauce, or the sun-dried kingfish with green mango and cashew nut salad. Alternatively, if you’re among the carnivorously-inclined, one of Marina Bay’s best restaurants is of course, Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria, where you can feast on succulents meats straight from the rotisserie. For fresh seafood, you can’t miss out on the Singaporean chilli crab, kimchi tuna, or X.O butter scallops on offer at Korean restaurant Sea & Blue. Just like a visit to Marina Bay Sands is a must when visiting Marina Bay, trying these delicious plates once you’re there is also essential!
Marina Bay Sands is one of the world’s most iconic buildings. This impressive architectural achievement characterises the entire district and boasts the famous SkyPark infinity pool, which overlooks the impressive Singapore skyline; The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, the Sands Theatre, as well as around 80 restaurants, including ten celebrity chef restaurants. You’ll find every cuisine imaginable, from local to Indian, Italian to Japanese, French to Thai, and a whole lot more. For some of the world’s very best restaurants, Marina Bay Sands is a must-visit destination. Quandoo is here to help you decide and book the best table, so what are you waiting for?