With its distinctive design of chequer Italian marble flooring, golden chandeliers, and white walls adorned with golden frames of red velvet, the High Society Cafe exudes an old world charm of the good life with a twist of contemporary lifestyle living. <br>As befits its cosmopolitan heritage, the food menu at the Cafe is an eclectic mix of East and West, ranging from local delights to modern European fusion. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 23:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Casanova Macaroons High Society Beef Burger Angus Ribeye 200 days Grain Fed
Review (14)
Level1 2017-09-30
Made a lunch reservation in advance, like the ambience despite seeing quite a few negative reviews on the internet (just google). Reached the place on time however was told the chef will be late for 10 minutes. awhile later was told will be late for 45 minutes but a replacement chef is on the way!!!! How can this be??. If the chef is irresponsible i am sure the food is likewise. Never bring any important guests to this restaurant. By far this is the worst restaurant in MBS and probably in Singapore. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-03
As a friend has bought a $75 voucher from Groupon for $50, we decide to redeem at this outlet. Upon reaching the restaurant, we have a difficult time getting the attention of the staff. Blockage is placed at the entrance and I am not sure what is it for. When the staff leds us in, the blockage is not placed aside for us. We have to do it ourselves. Inside the restaurant, there is quite a number of empty tables and we showed to one in the centre. One thing that hits me inside is the strong smell from kitchen. It turns out that the ventilation in the kitchen has been broken down. The place is decorated quite grandly with crystal lights on top.There is also buttons to press for service or bill at the table number tag. When placing our order, we are disappointed to find out that half the dishes such as beef burger, Spaghetti alle Fungi, Scallop Linguine, Fish & Chips and Duck Confit are not available. Feel the menu is rather limited , there is not much choices left.For the mains, we haveSeafood Laksa Spaghetti ($27)Seared Scallops and Tiger Prawns with Lightly Spiced Laksa Sauce.Although it looks nicely presented, the taste is simply cannot make it. Firstly it is quite oily. Secondly there is any laksa taste. More like chilli padi's taste. There is barley any flavour in the scallops or prawns.Norwegian Salmon ($28)Seared Paprika Salmon with Truffle Whipped Potato & Asparagus & Rosemary TomatoesThe salmon is overcooked and uneven seasoned. Some parts tastes quite salty to me. There is not a bit of truffle taste in the whipped potato.For drinks, I have Iced Chocolate ($9)which tastes rather weak.while my friend have Poof Poof ($12)made of Apple, Lychee and Cranberry Juice shaken till perfection 100% poofy.which she could barley made herself finish it.Lastly for dessert, we haveHaute ($6)Vanilla Cake with Lemon Curd topped with Chantilly Cream. Quite disappointing as I barely find any lemon taste in it. But has rather nutty texture.Red Velvet ($6)Light Tinge of Chocolate Vanilla Cake with Rum Raisin and Cream Cheese ToppingAlso disappointed in it as one cannot taste the rum, nor the chocolate. Overall quite disappointed with the food as well as the service, especially from the manager who took our order for main. The place is quite noisy and cannot seem to match with the image which the restaurant is trying to build. The staffs tend to leave half way while through our questions. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-01
Another gathering with the ATeam. This time it's Nizam's birthday. I was at MBS prior to this, so i went High Society to buy the cakeInstead of the usual cake, I bought 6 cupcakes, $6 each from High Society: Red Velvet - The one with candle; Lust (Chocolate Chip); Flirt (Coffee); Passion (Pistachio & Raspberries); Haute (Lemon); Casanova (Chocolate Hazelnut) I took Haute (Vanilla Cake with Lemon Curd topped with Chantilly Cream) and so no chance to try the rest. This was good as the cupcakes is very soft & moist. Lemon curd was a tad sour, but the sweetness of the cream blends in quite well. Old Birthday boy is sporting enough to wear the kiddo party hat =) continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-01
For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/11/high-society.htmlClassy decor with dim lights, resulting in comfortable ambience. Do note that if you are entering for desserts, you will be directed to the low tables located near the entrance, while high tables for the mains.Cajun Spring Chicken ($25.00) is Pan-Seared Half Baby Chicken with Seasonal Vegetables. Underneath the cajun chicken is actually carrot puree.Fish and Chips ($23.00) is Norwegian Haddock in Tempura Batter with French Fries & Tartare sauce. I love the fish and it was fresh and meat is so tender!Under the section Cups, we ordered Tiramisu ($9.00) with highlights such as Mascarpone Cheese Mousse with Coffee Infused Ladyfinger. There is liqueur in it, and quite strong too if you are used to those without. But not enough to make you drunk, as confirmed by a non-drinker like me Soothing dessert!Under Mini Cakes, we ordered the Raspberry Mille Feuille ($9.00), having Caramelized Puff Pastry, Vanilla Mascarpone Cream and Raspberry Jam. Crunchy and creamy dessert. We had this cleaned up in no time too!Side by side with That CD Shop, you get to enjoy some pop music for free!For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/11/high-society.html continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-22
Award winning record company label and now restaurant cum patisserie. High Society has certainly come a long way since it was founded by That CD Shop back in 2006. You have probably seen their gorgeous display of artisan cupcakes and beautifully crafted cakes and tarts at the counters of High Society Mansion in Pacific Plaza or while you were walking past the High Society Cafe in Marina Bay Sands. Either way, these delectable treats are definitely showstoppers for adults and kids alike.It is said that the cupcakes are such crowd-pleasers and have an incredibly high turnover rate that they do not stay on display for more than 24 hours because they are simply sold out before that. With names such as Flirt (coffee cake with coffee custard and coffee butter cream), Fantasy (green tea and passion fruit), Passion (pistachio raspberry cake with pistachio and raspberry butter cream) and the ever classic Red Velvet, these cupcakes are simply irresistible.But what you probably did not know is that High Society also has a team of culinary experts in their kitchen churning out some fine dishes as well. With a seasonal menu that changes every 3 months and a standard one that boasts a rather extensive selection of pastas, gourmet sandwiches and mains such as Oxtail Stew, Duck Confit and Angus Ribeye, High Society is certainly not pulling any stops here as they strive to offer great food, sweet treats and lovely tunes for their customers.With theme colours of gold and royal red, velvet upholstered dining chairs and couches and marbled floors, dining here at High Society is almost intense and elaborate. But it's not all chi-chi and uppity, and is instead all about bringing that visual, tasty and auditory experience to the diner and enjoying the good life.I had my eyes on the Duck Confit which was served with carrot puree instead of the regular mashed potatoes. Loved the colours of this dish and how appetising it looked. And true to its appearances, the skin of the duck was rightfully crisp without being too oily while the meat was well poached until it was oh so tender. The only gripe I had was that the chef may have rubbed a tad too much salt while curing it but nonetheless one of better Duck Confits I have had.The Summer Seafood Laksa Spaghetti was an example of their fusion dishes. Served with pan seared scallops and very fresh firm tiger prawns, this was a surprisingly good twist on our local delight. I enjoyed the distinct laksa taste which was rich, slightly sweet and spicy at the same time. While it was a little on the oily side, this was certainly one unique dish.And moving to the part that High Society is best known for- their cupcakes.We tried their popular ones namely the Casanova (chocolate hazelnut feuilletine and chocolate ganache), Haute (vanilla cake with lemon curd topped with chantilly cream), Red Velvet (chocolate vanilla cake with rum raisin and cream cheese topping) and the Classic (vanilla cake with tahitian vanilla butter cream).And introducing possibly the most visually appealing and aesthetically pleasing desserts of all time- the remake of Pierre Hermé's signature creation, the Ispahan. A lovely mix of rose water, raspberries, extremely smooth butter cream sandwiched in between soft pink macaron shells, it is so easy to fall in love with this delicate eye candy especially with that rose petal atop and the glistening dewdrop for an added sparkle.The Strawberry Short Cake too was another pretty picture. The softness and creaminess of the creme mousseline against the crispness of the sable breton cookie base and lined with a border of fresh sliced strawberries, a lovely combination and an extremely light one at that.Of course, not forgetting the regular macarons of Earl Grey, Raspberry Rose, Praline Hazelnut, Maple Walnut and more than 8 other flavours for you to choose from!We also tried their Apple Crumble which was not your usual gooey pie messiness but chunks of apple, almond cream, honey and rosemary neatly packed into a pastry square tart. So very quaint and delightful.I most certainly did enjoy my time here at the High Society and was pleasantly surprised at the culinary standards of the food offered here. It is now not only an ideal place for afternoon tea and cakes, but also one for lunch and dinner. So dont forget to add High Society to your list of food places to try the next time you are at Marina Bay Sands or Pacific Plaza. It's the perfect example how great food goes with good music. continue reading
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