Spago

Wolfgang Puck's flagship restaurant overlooking the most incredible view of Singapore. Foodies add this to your list the next time you've got pants to wow off international guests.

Located on level 57 of Marina Bay Sands Tower 2, this is one of our favourite destinations for a sophisticated night out, especially with out of town guests.

Despite its global reputation and colossal landlord, the vibe here is still intimate – it actually feels like a gorgeously cosy dining room overlooking one of the world’s most iconic swimming pools.

Spago offers an imaginative and seasonal menu of Californian cuisine with global accents. Our favourites are the kaya toast fois gras (it totally works) and the tuna tartare cones to start, followed by the mouth watering 60 day whisky dry aged US wagyu.

We recommend you get there early for a drink at the bar overlooking the most incredible view in town. And later once darkness falls and the city lights come alive, sneak out the side doors (on the other side of the pool) for the most magical view of our gorgeous city.

This is Spago’s first Asian digs, opening here in 2015 – the original Spago opened in 1982 in West Hollywood, California, later moving to Canon Drive in Beverly Hills in 1997.

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10 Bayfront Avenue, Level 57, Sands Skypark Tower 2, 018956
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Hours: Lunch: Daily, 12 - 2.30pm Dinner: Sun - Thurs: 6 - 10pm Fri/Sat: 6 - 11pm

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