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Come and try the world’s first full butler service dining experience in the sky or a limited edition Chef Collection Series Menu only at Singapore Flyer! The ultimate dining experience coupled with awe-inspiring views of Singapore. Be it with your loved one, or corporate guest, onboard the World’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel, indulge in fine dining and true 5-star service. The best way to impress continue reading
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Fine Dining
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08:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
08:30 - 22:30
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Signature Dishes
Arctic Char Salmon Escalopes Slow Cooked Spring Chicken Coq Au Vin Stewed Lamb Shank Vindaloo
Review (6)
Prior to boarding, we enjoyed sparkling wines or mocktails at the Flyer Lounge. We were supposed to gather at 7.00pm sharp, but anyway we had express boarding. Dinner would last for an hour - meaning, 2 rotations of the Wheel.Our very own capsule came, lined with white table cloth, looking like a classy restaurant caught in space. The polite staff came to ensure we were comfortable, and then served us Pumpkin Soup *in a cup) and Salad. We were busy chattering away, and admiring the stimulating night views that slowly changed with every upward ascend of our capsule. The soup was hot and tasty, though a little sweet for my personal preference. I had no complaints about the fresh salad.We went around taking photos of the night scenes and with each other. After the first rotation, our main course of Fish Pasta was being served - scumptious spaghetti cooked in cream sauce and accentuated by tender fish fillet. A glass of house wine was being served with main course as well.Desserts came next - chocolate truffle cake - something I enjoyed alot, and tea or coffee.For more detailed information and photos, do visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/butler-sky-dining-private-capsule.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2012-11-30
I'm scared of heights. But when the opportunity to try out the Singapore Flyer dining experience came up, I couldn't say no. How could I? Great food from renowned Chef Eric Teo, majestic view of the whole Marina Bay, and a complete entourage of butlers and waiters to cater to your every need.Anyway, it was a dinner event which started with the Chill Baby Abalone with Citrus Braised Fennel and Poached Saffron Pear, Beetroot Leaves and Walnut Dressing. This dish was a good starter because it was fresh and opened up my palate to the other courses which lay ahead.Next up was the Roasted Whole Corn Soup with Confit Chestnuts. Now, this is one of the highlights of my dinner.There's just something different about adding corn kernels added in the soup--it made it thick and tastier. Since this is a Christmas menu, Chef added a chestnut as a surprise.For the main course, I opted for the Braised Beef Short Ribs, Fondant Spring Vegetables. Glaze Pearl Onion, Potato Puree. It was just average. I would have preferred to be more tender and juicy. Veggies were well cooked, so that was a plus.As for dessert, I had the Strawberry Sacher with Chocolate Sauce and Fresh Fruit Garnish. What I like about this one is that it's not too sweet. It's very creamy and the fruit was really fresh.1Dining at SG Flyer is a wonderful experience for it's amazing how precise the waiters are in serving your food. If they miss your capsule, you would have to wait 15 more minutes for your food. continue reading
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Last month I was honor to be selected as one of the 5 winners from the first OpenRice Singapore TweetUp contest at their facebook and twitter list on #ORTU. Every week you can participate in their weekly contest to be one of the winners to join the team to an exclusive meal together with other fellow foodie in Singapore.Although that is not my first time on board the Singapore Flyer but it will definitely be one most memorable experience that I had. This Full Butler Sky Dining starts from either 7.30pm (Check In: 7pm) or 8.30pm (Check In: 8pm) daily with a chance of different menu every two months. For starter that night, we are having “Marinated Tuna Seaweed Furuke” where the Ahi tuna in Japanese spices was laced with kumquat pommery dressing and accompanied with olive honey tomato and daikon cress. The honey tomato and daikon cress was very appealing for both sight and taste. Overall, this is a great starter, which is also served together with some baguettes of two different toppings.The Main Course menu for June& July are salmon, chicken or lamb. And my choice of for the Main Course is “Arctic Char Salmon Escalopes”. It consists of two pieces of salmon steak stacked on top of the mashed potatoes patty, asparagus and etc. Beside it, there is a shooter glass with some ginger soya gravy to accompany the dish. The taste quite good but the salmon seems to be a bit too try if you don’t dipped it in the ginger soya gravy.This can be a great treat for couples to celebrate anniversary events or just to pamper your love one for their love, tender and care. I am sure they will be delighted and filled with joy while enjoying the beautiful scenery and food. To find out more about this lovely event, you can pop by to my blog for the full review here : http://cuisineparadise-eatout.blogspot.com/2010/07/sky-dining-singapore-flyer.html continue reading
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If you thought that by taking a ride with the Singapore Flyers is the best experience ever you have yet to see what Singapore Flyers can really offer. I was at Singapore Flyers last month which was actually my 2nd visit to the flyers but the experience was totally different. I gave sky dining a go and it's an experience I will not forget. The word is - privilege. You feel like you are the V.I.P of the flyers in fact you are. Not only did we not need to join in the main queue to get onto the capsule we actually travel up in a V.I.P lift which then leads to the V.I.P lounge where we had our dessert after the whole sky dining experience. It's a wild imagination happening. Having good food and wine looking down at the skyline of our CBD area with world class service. Each capsule can either be for a party for a few or even just a couple to spend a romantic night. The experience is unbelievable but of course I believe there are room for improvement on their food. They also updates their menu every now and then to give returning diner a brand new experience. Sweet right ? continue reading
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Level3 2010-07-12
Went for Halloween sky dining with the BF and it was fun. I love how the dishes had creative names.First up, our Halloween cocktail! The Spicy Dracula! It contains vodka, celery stick and chilli padi bits served in salt-rimmed glass. It was a really quirky drink but I couldn’t finish it! There was some Tabasco sauce in it. Felt like I was sipping pizza. lol.For appetizer, we had the Maggoty Pumpkin Soup served with ghoulish fingers. The soup was creamy and rich in flavour but… where were the maggots? Can’t find any gross maggots swimming in my soup. Our main entree, Chucky’s Bloody Eye was ribeye on a bed of eyeball salad and roasted pumpkin. The steak was so tender I could cut it with a fork. So after 2 rotations, we were escorted by our friendly butler, Grace to the VIP Lounge where we enjoyed dessert. Witches’ Hat was served with a choice of freshly brewed coffee or specialty tea.Overall, we enjoyed the view and fine dining. It was a unique and romantic Halloween! $199 for a date with full butler service is pretty reasonable. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)