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Top 15 Marina Bay Sands Celebrity & Rooftop Restaurants: Price Guide

Marina Bay Sands Restaurants

Joanne Poh

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Marina Bay Sands has eclipsed the Merlion as the symbol of Singapore even though it opened less than 10 years ago in 2010.

The five-star hotel slash entertainment hub is not only home to luxury boutiques where tourists who’ve won money at the casinos can splash their cash. They also have celebrity restaurants and rooftop dining options that provide great food and views.

Here’s where you can eat at Marina Bay Sands if you are looking to celebrate a special occasion, or you simply have some cash to burn.

 

Top 15 MBS restaurants for good food and views

Restaurant Price range Best known for
Adrift by David Myers $ Wagyu cheeseburger
Dallas Restaurant & Bar $ Prime rib steak
Da Paolo Gastronomia $ Pizza and pasta
Nostra Cucina $ Campanelle with squid ink, prawn, lobster infused tomato sauce
Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine $$ Australian lobster baked with superior broth
Rise MBS $$ Seafood and sashimi
Black Knight Warrior $$ Nourishing beauty pot soup base
Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay $$ Fish and chips
CHINOISERIE Modern Asian by Justin Quek $$ Maine lobster Hokkien noodles
LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar* $$ Calabrese prawns
Club55* $$ Drinks paired with petit plats
Spago Dining Room by Wolfgang Puck* $$ Japanese sea bream laksa
Ce La Vie Sky Restaurant and SkyBar (previously Ku De Ta)* $$ BBQ duck bao
CUT by Wolfgang Puck $$$ American wagyu steak
Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda $$$ Marinated botan shrimp with sea urchin

*MBS rooftop restaurants located on level 57. 

 

Adrift by David Myers

 

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Adrift, a “Californian izakaya,” offers an Asian-inspired menu that features lots of seafood and fresh produce sourced from the US. They also do a mean cocktail and have a decent wine list.

With views of the greenery in the little park outside Marina Bay Sands, the interior of the restaurant is chic yet cosy. Bankers working London hours will also be pleased to know that they close at 2am.

Izakaya-like bites like karaage chicken and duck confit gyozas cost $10 and you can get a King Crab Pasta at $25. Their cocktails cost around $23 a pop. Prices do not include GST and service charge.

And vegetarians, rejoice! The now-trendy Impossible Burger is available at Adrift.

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Lobby Hotel Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

 

Dallas Restaurant & Bar

 

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If this restaurant’s name sounds familiar, that’s because they have several outlets, including one at Boat Quay. The Marina Bay Sands outlet of the Dallas Restaurant & Bar bistro serves up the same menu of dishes, including prime rib steak, deluxe steak burger and Dallas fajitas.

The Marina Bay Sands outlet is located on the ground floor facing the open air area, which makes it a nice place to drop by for a post-work beer.

Appetisers such as Salt and Pepper Calamari cost $17 to $18. A full rack of Fiery Ribs costs $44, excluding service charge and GST.

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave #01-85 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

 

Da Paolo Gastronomia

 

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The Da Paolo Group of Italian restaurants has a Da Paolo Gastronomia outlet at Marina Bay Sands featuring pastas, pizzas and pastries in a relaxed setting.

The interior is reminiscent of a high end, European-style food court, with bar stools acing the Marina Bay promenade. Meals are relatively affordable compared to the rest on this list, with baked meals ranging from $11.90 to $13.50.

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, #01-87 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

 

Nostra Cucina

 

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This Italian restaurant Nostra Cucina is all about home-style cooking, with handmade pastas, artisanal wood-fired pizza and an enormous wine list.

The interior is a business-like yet cosy, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by racks and racks of wine bottles. You can spend anywhere between $24 and $65 depending on what you order.

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave #B1-42 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

 

Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine

 

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The Imperial Treasure group of restaurants has won numerous awards, including one Michelin star for its ION Orchard branch, so feel free to dine there with the highest expectations.

Their Marina Bay Sands outlet, which focuses on Cantonese cuisine, pulls out all the stops with private dining rooms with a view over Marina Bay.

Expect to shell out close to $50 per person for a meal at Imperial Treasure MBS.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, #02-04, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

 

Rise MBS

 

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Is quantity as important to you as quality when it comes to meals? Then head to Rise, MBS’s resident buffet restaurant.

They serve up a melange of Western and Eastern dishes, including sashimi, roast meats and local dishes. Each night is organised according to a particular theme, with Tuesdays being Seafood Night and Sundays being Treasures of China, just to name a few.

They’re currently having a Mother’s Day buffet promotion from 10 to 12 May that costs $88++ per adult for dinner and $78++ for lunch.

Otherwise, the MBS Rise buffet is priced at $56++ on weekdays and $62++ on weekends.

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Lobby Hotel Tower 1, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

 

Black Knight Warrior

 

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Despite the rather misleading name, Black Knight Warrior is not a death metal band but a hotpot restaurant. You’ll find Chinese-style hotpot soup bases and ingredients, as well as Taiwanese-style non-hotpot dishes. They also have individual hotpot if you’re dining alone.

The Black Knight hotpot chain is has garnered quite a following amongst local celebrities, but be prepared to pay quite a bit for the experience.

A single pot of Fish Maw Chicken Pot costs $48, while its signature Nourishing Beauty Pot costs #38 for single pot and $48 for double pot. They have Japanese A1, A4, A5 grade wagyu and prices over $100. Seafood is charged at market price.

So it obviously depends on what you order, but if you go for 1 plate of regular snowflakes wagyu beef ($48), some fish balls ($8), 5 plates of vegetables ($6 to 8 each), and two juices ($6 each), you’ll end up spending averagely $70 per person, excluding GST and service charge.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-01B The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

 

Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay

 

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Yes, Gordon Ramsay has set up a Bread Street Kitchen Restaurant in Singapore after the success of the famous London branch.

Located on the ground floor with a view of the palm trees fringing Marina Bay with the option of al fresco dining, the restaurant gives you a chance to enjoy English food and admit it’s not all that bad, with classics such as pork pie and fish and chips on the menu.

On average, people spend $78 per pax at Bread Street Kitchen.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-81 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956

 

CHINOISERIE Modern Asian by Justin Quek

 

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Chinoiserie is the brainchild of one of Singapore’s most acclaimed celebrity chefs, and offers Chinese and local fusion creations in a fine dining environment. The setting is more reminiscent of a French restaurant than a Chinese one.

Dishes include their signature wok fried live Maine lobster Hokkien noodles, braised king crab rice vermicelli and foie gras xiao long bao.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue #B1-15, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

 

LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar

 

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This exuberantly-decorated restaurant turns into a bar complete with live DJ at night, fully exploiting its strategic location on the 57th floor of MBS.

Items on LAVO’s American-Italian menu include oysters on the half shell, a range of pastas including penne alla vodka ($41) and truffle gnocchi ($46), and brick oven pizzas ($32 to $37).

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Level 57 Tower 1, Marina Bay Sands Singapore 018956

 

Club55

 

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Located on the 55th floor of MBS Tower 2, Club55 is best known for its stunning views of the Singapore skyline.

They’ve got vintage wines, champagne and sake, as well as sophisticated bar bites that feature ingredients like caviar. Their drink and snack pairing menus are quite popular. If you’re hungry, you an opt for items on their à la carte menu which include spicy dan dan mian and artisanal cheese platters.

A Flights of Fancy sampling with canapes at this MBS rooftop restaurant slash bar will set you back around $44++ per head.

Citi Prestige cardholders are entitled to 10% off total bill.

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Level 55 Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands Singapore 018956

 

Spago Dining Room by Wolfgang Puck

 

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While Wolfgang Puck is better known for CUT, Spago Dining Room is actually his first restaurant in Singapore.

Once you’re done ogling the modern décor and the views of the city skyline and the infinity pool, tuck into a menu featuring lamb ragout with saffron gnocchi, pan seared snapper laksa and kaya toast with seared foie gras.

They’re currently offering a 3-course set lunch menu at $48++ per person

A 3-course sunset menu that includes handmade pumpkin agnolotti, honey miso-broiled black cod and salted caramel souffle will set you back $89++ on weekdays between 6pm and 7pm.

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Level 57 Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands Singapore 018956

 

Ce La Vi Sky Restaurant and SkyBar (previously Ku De Ta)

 

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You might already have partied at Ce La Vi or at least had a drink in order to enjoy the view from MBS’s surfboard. It was previously named Ku De Ta.

Ce La Vi also has a restaurant that offers casual dishes such as crispy pork belly bao and beef burger sliders. They also serve a range of signature cocktails with names like Straits Kopi and City View.

Their lunch dining special currently offers a 2-course meal at $45++ or a 3-course meal at $55++.

Address: 1 Bayfront Avenue, Tower 3, Singapore 018971

 

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

 

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CUT by Wolfgang Puck is arguably one of the most famous at Marina Bay Sands and has one Michelin star. It is all dark wood and leather, and as stylish and as posh as it sounds.

And yes, you will pay handsomely for the privilege of feasting on one of their exquisite steaks or their selection of pork chops, lamb chops and seafood.

If you can dine before 7pm, you can dine on a scrumptious full course meal for $88 per person. Otherwise, on the regular menu a USDA Prime New York Sirloin steak costs between $72 and $98 and a Bluefin tuna tartare with avocado and wasabi Aoili costs $37.

Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue #B1-71, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

 

Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda

 

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Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda has a reputation for being one of the most expensive restaurants in Singapore. With a maximum capacity of 25 diners, it offers amazing views of the Singapore skyline.

The 10-course degustation menu features Japanese-European fusion creations made with Australian-sourced produce and lets you find out first hand just how they managed to get two Michelin stars.

A five-course lunch menu costs $180++. Citibank ULTIMA and Citi Prestige cardmembers get 10% off total bill and a complimentary glass of champagne or prosecco.

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave #02-01 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

 

What’s your favourite restaurant at Marina Bay Sands? Share your recommendations in the comments!

 

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Joanne Poh

In my previous life, I was a property lawyer who spent most of my time struggling to get out of bed or stuck in peak hour traffic. These days, as a freelance commercial writer, I work in bed, on the beach, in parks and at cafes, all while being really frugal. I like helping other people save money so they can stop living lives they don't like.