1. Cé La Vi
Commanding a breath-taking view from its iconic rooftop location at Marina Bay Sands, Cé La Vi’s Restaurant and SkyBar is serving up an extensive nine-course dinner of tantalising modern Asian cuisine, available exclusively from September 15 to 21. We even had the pleasure of sampling a few dishes from this culinary journey, such as fresh Guillardeau oysters garnished with fish roe; succulent Mayura Wagyu striploin paired with mushrooms, potatoes and crispy kale chips; and an artistic serving of Madagascar Vanilla & Ginger Crema Catalan that tastes as amazing as it looks. The specially crafted Night Race Week 2016 menu can be further complimented with a selection of bespoke wines.
SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3
Boasting an unbeatable view of the F1 races, open-concept kitchen restaurant Me@OUE offers the perfect place for the ones who would like to partake in the action from a vantage point of comfort and luxury, preferably with a signature cocktail in hand. Guests may also indulge in a selection of three different cuisines — Japanese, French and Chinese — and satisfy their taste for tipple from a range of premium wine and champagne, while watching F1 drivers whiz around the track in a battle for the championship title.
OUE Bayfront Rooftop, 50 Collyer Quay
3. Raffles Hotel Singapore
Flag off race day in style with an exclusive champagne brunch at the Raffles Hotel Singapore. From 12 noon to 3pm on September 18, be spoilt for choice at the decadent Sunday brunch buffet that is set to be lavished with fresh seafood, European cold cuts and rich desserts. A live carving station, featuring premiums cuts of meat from around the world, will also make an appearance, along with 48 different types of imported cheeses. A free flow of Billecart’s Salmon Brut Réserve Champagne and Salmon Rosé Champagne will be served during the one-day-only brunch buffet.
1 Beach Road
4. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Strategically located in front of turns 16 and 17 on the Marina Bay circuit, Mandarin Oriental offers the pleasure of soaking in all the F1 action along with a winning formula of food and drinks from several establishments in the hotel. One that stands out is the Axis Bar and Lounge, which transforms into an oyster and champagne bar on September 16 and 17, offering guests unlimited servings of premiums oysters, champagnes, canapés and desserts, and live music performances that run late into the night. Other restaurants that will beckon you for refuelling are the Melt Café, Dolce Vita and Cherry Garden.
5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square
5. Cure Restaurant
A peaceful alternative to the adrenaline-packed race-side dining, Cure Restaurant is presenting an exclusive eight-course chef’s menu that is set to tantalize your taste buds. From September 16 to 19, the modern European bistronomy-focused restaurant will not only serve its signature dishes, such as the famed sourdough bread with bacon butter and whiskey-brined fermented cabbage, but it is also putting out new dishes such the Silver Hill Farm duck breast with confit leg and sour endives. Dinner will also be paired with a glass of Henri Giraud Champagne and a dram of Connemarra Irish Whiskey.
21 Keong Saik Road