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Located on the iconic Sands SkyPark on level 57 of Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 2, Spago offers an imaginative and seasonal menu of Californian cuisine with global accents, in a sophisticated and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant offers two distinct spaces. On one side, guests can experience a more intimate fine dining environment with an extensive wine cellar, bar and seating for 90. A door away, the casual lounge terrace beckons with its laid-back vibe for 200 guests. Little cabanas, plush cushions and low tables are set aside for small groups of diners to gather and socialise amid a centrepiece bar offering views of the famous infinity pool. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Michelin Plate (2021)
Good For
Fine Dining
Additional Information
DRESS CODE Dining Room: Business Casual (Please refrain from wearing singlets, tank tops and shorts.) Terrace: Smart Casual (Please refrain from wearing pool & gym attire, robes and hotel slippers) Business Casual after 8pm ------------------------------------------------- AGE RESTRICTION Dining Room: Over 12 years old Terrace (after 8pm): Over 18 years old
Opening Hours
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Takes Reservations Details
Michelin Guide
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Late Harvest White Corn Agnolotti Pan Seared Striped Bass “Laksa Grilled Marcho Farm’s Milk-Fed Veal Chop Crispy Scale Black Sea Bass Big Eye Tuna Tartare Cones
Review (2)
I had a great lunch on a great day with a great view.Set lunch price is only 48up for 3 courses. Some warmly baked bread with two silky smooth butter, seaweed butter always one of my fav.Ordered some oysters as appetizers, salty fresh, sweet crispy, end with mineral flavor.Fresh mushy tuna tartare with sweet honey crispy sesame cone.Delicate sweet marinated roots salad, is a good match with hazel nuts. The first main is stuffed quail, cooked just right, tender and amazing.Grilled Iberico pork, the thick cut give it a stronger meaty juicy flavour. Love that mouthful of meat!Rich chocolate moose with again the lovely hazelnuts and raspberry sorbet.I not a desert lover, but this surprised me. Is refreshing with light orange flavour helper mixing well with all different kinds of nuts and crunch . Average service to me. continue reading
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We had been itching to try Spago and the opportunity presented itself one Saturday afternoon when we had to drop by Marina Bay Sands (MBS) to settle some business. Spago is Wolfgang Puck's second restaurant @ MBS, with the first being CUT, an upmarket steakhouse. The Los Angeles flagship outlet of Spago had garnered 2 Michelin stars in 2008 and 2009 (Michelin pulled out of LA after that) so our expectations were reasonably high.Taking the lift up to the 57th level brings you to the famed MBS infinity pool, where one of Spago's service staff will walk you to your table within the confines of a beautiful timber decked room with plenty of natural light (that's if you choose not to dine al fresco). Served with salted nori butter and unsalted buter, the complimentary baguette and black olive focaccia came across as palatable but nothing to shout about. Somehow the European restaurants (ie. Joel Robuchon) tend to do better bread in my personal experience. Chicken ‘Laksa’ Spring Roll - This local inspired appetiser was rather interesting. Spring roll skin deep fried till crackling crisp and filled with thick rice noodles and chicken - reminiscent of laksa especially when eaten with the dipping sauce.Pan Seared Pork Dumplings - The 锅贴 or Gyoza was decent; not overly oily or porky with the skin retaining a light crisp. Simple yet refined. Grilled Iberico Pork Secreto - Secreto or the "secret" cut apparently refers to different cuts of the Iberian pig, varying from individual to individual and there exists no common or universal standard to date; a clever marketing ploy to make people pay more. But I digress. The famed acorn fed Iberico pork strips were excellent; tender with a light charring along the exterior. Flavours were wonderful - savoury with a touch of earhiness from the mushrooms and sweetness from the pumpkin and chestnuts. Topped with light and crispy pork skin and deliciously smooth parsnip puree. Grilled Angus Beef Burger - Nothing else really caught my attention on the menu so I went with the usually safe burger option. Unfortunately this didn't turn out as well as I would have liked it to. For starters, the patty was a tad too soft for my liking. I appreciate the hand chopped patty with its uneven texture and bits of fat but it had minimal beefiness to it. The buns were crisp along the edges but slathered with ketchup which isn't my default option for buns (butter is!). An average burger overall. Interestingly, the restaurant 56 floors down in the same tower serves a much better burger in my humble opinion.Coconut-Passion Fruit Trifle - There wasn't a choice of dessert with the set lunch so the the Coconut-Passion Fruit Trifle it was. Tangy, sweet, smooth and crunchy (due to the rice krispies) all at once. Flavours were light and clean - pretty good. Only small gripe I had was the passionfruit seeds; I know they can be eaten but I'm personally not a fan. Chocolate – Coffee Semifreddo - We got greedy and decided to share an additional dessert. Served with caramalised banana balls and banana cake cubes, the asthetically pleasing Chocolate Coffee Semifreddo came across as rather strong on the flavours (a juxtaposition to the previous Coconut Passion Fruit Trifle dessert) with a dominant coffee presence. Decent. Lunch was a pleasant and leisurely affair. Food was decent overall (though not quite up to expectations) and didn't cost us an arm or a leg @ ~$134. Service was very good and so was the ambience. Personally would prefer to dine @ Sky 57 over Spago. See all my pictures at http://www.timelessfacade.com/2017/05/spago-wonderful-environment-decent-food.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)