SKAI replaces the recently-closed Equinox to become the next sky-high dining destination that pushes out progressive dishes. Given its prime location overlooking turn 9 of the F1 race track, SKAI is the perfect destination to catch the thrills of the race, all while tucking into dishes that feature unique flavour combinations and top quality ingredients. Look forward to the specially-curated night race dinner happening on 16 September, 7 – 10pm, which boasts menu highlights such as seared foie gras with Fuji apple, green tea granola and Choya; morels tartlets with green pea espuma and truffle, and the luxurious mini Wagyu burger with gruyere cheese and gherkins. A stunning array of desserts also awaits diners, curated by Chef Koo Jee, winner of the Singapore Pastry Cup 2017. Priced at $188 (adult) and $88 (child), SKAI’s night race dinner also includes free-flow wines, cocktails and beers.
Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882. Tel: +65 6837 3322. Website here
It’s all about laid-back vibes here at Quayside’s selection of restaurants. During the F1 weekend, diners can look forward to exquisite Tattinger champagne at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse. Going at a special price of $17 per glass and $100 per bottle from Friday 14 September to Sunday 16 September, the champagne perfectly accompanies the robust menu at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse and sets the tone for an intimate and sophisticated dinner. Don’t want to miss out on the race while dining out? Publico Ristorante has got you covered with a live screening of the race, as well as exclusive menu specials to commemorate Enzo Ferrari’s 120th birthday. Publico Ristorante pays homage to the birthplace of Ferrari’s founder – Modena – by serving up Enzo Ferrari’s favourite recipe, Tortellini della Signora Cesira – a comforting dish of tortellini sautéed with butter, sage, and parmesan. What’s more, free flow AIX rosé will be available by the bottle, magnum or jeraboam, priced at $90 per person for three hours. For those who just want a fuss-free dinner over the F1 weekend, Alt. Pizza is your go-to for pizzas baked to perfection with a wide array of flavour combinations to boot. Specially available for the F1 weekend is The Hangover, which features vine-ripened tomato sauce, pepperoni, chicken fennel sausage, roasted onions, mozzarella and parmesan all atop a crusty dough base.
CÉ LA VI
Start your F1 weekend on a high note at CÉ LA VI restaurant where Executive Chef Joey Sergentakis has come up with a modern Asian five-course ($198) and six-course ($298) menu, exclusive to the F1 race weekend. The menu begins with a succulent bigeye tuna tartare with black truffle soy sauce garnished with grated horseradish, followed by a rice flake crusted lobster tail with hot and sour glaze. Additional dishes on the menu include soy poached foie gras with rhubarb and pistachios; pan-seared Patagonian toothfish, and a slow-roasted wagyu beef ribeye with spiced chili jam, accompanied by a mint and coriander salad garnished with pineapple. Completing the decadent meal is a simple and elegant dessert of strawberries and cream, made of strawberry compote and yoghurt espuma topped with rose water foam. A selection of exceptional wines curated by CÉ LA VI’s in-house sommelier is also available to pair with your dinner, at an additional price of $168 (five-course menu) and $248 (six-course menu). Some of the fine wines and champagne will include Château de Berne Terres de Berne (Côtes de Provence, France 2014), Clos Saint-Philibert Domaine – Méo Camuzet (Burgundy, France 2009) and Les Tourelles De Longueville (Pauillac, Bordeaux 2013). Guests dining at the restaurant will also receive complimentary entry to to Club Lounge with a minimum spend of $150 per pax.
1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands Tower 3, Singapore 018971. Tel: +65 6508 2188. Website here
Celebrate Formula 1 in style at Zafferano as the classy Italian restaurant serves up a champagne party brunch that coincides with the qualifying rounds on 15 September. Tuck into contemporary Italian favourites such as risotto with four cheeses and shaved truffles; house-made agnolotti stuffed with spinach and hazelnuts; Mediterranean-style seabass served up with thyme and rosemary potatoes and sautéed vegetables, as well as hearty starters like burrata, cold cuts, and pappa pomodoro. What’s more, the champagne brunch – as its name suggests – comes with free flow champagne, spumante, beer, house wine, juices and soft drinks. Priced at $168 per person, the champagne party brunch runs from 12 – 3pm.
Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay Level 43, Singapore 049315. Tel: +65 6509 1488. Website here
Mr Stork, Andaz Singapore
Party the night away at Mr Stork, Andaz Singapore’s rooftop bar that is set against a stunning backdrop of Singapore’s city skyline. Table packages (for up to six pax) priced at $500 each ensure that you’ll have an unforgettable night dancing and drinking away to live music. Choose from three table packages available: two bottles of house spirits with 12 cans of mixers; four Andaz pale ale beer towers, or three bottles of house wine and one bottle of champagne. All table packages come with a snack platter that includes a variety of bar bites such as buffalo wings, chicken rice arancini, beef or chicken teriyaki sliders and truffle fries.
5 Fraser St, Singapore 189354. Tel: +65 6408 1234. Website here
Marina Mandarin Singapore
Start your F1 weekend celebrations a little early at Atrium Lounge’s happy hour, available from 11 to 17 September, 12 noon to 8pm, with a variety of house pours going at only $12 per glass! But if drinks aren’t your thing, then AquaMarine has got you covered with their lunch and dinner buffet spreads that showcase culinary delights from around the world. Look forward to international dishes like Australian slow-roasted OP beef rib with chimichurri; Sicilian white fish en papillote, and Moroccan leg of lamb shawarma with pita bread.
6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594. Tel: +65 6845 1000. Website here