Singapore’s Luxury Rooftop Experiences

Indulge your tastebuds alongside Singapore’s stunning cityscape – here are THM’s curated rooftop experiences

Looking to dine in style high above the Lion City and admire Singapore’s skyline? Indulge your tastebuds alongside stunning night views, exclusively brought to you by Hidden Door Concepts. A collection of distinct food and beverage concepts in Singapore, Hidden Door Concepts aims to create only the most innovative and luxurious dining experiences for their guests.

Strategically located in Singapore Land Tower in the midst of the bustling city, here are 3 luxury rooftop experiences especially for our THM readers. Catch the sunset just in time with good food, good company and a martini (or two) close by – the perfect way to enjoy a hedonistic night in Singapore.


Celebrating all things seafood, Angie’s oyster bar is a must-visit for those who love their seafood fresh and their beers cold. The menu revolves around seasonal produce with the complement of perfectly crafted beers curated for each dish. Soak in the stunning cityscape as you start off with Angie’s Oyster Platter, a feast for the eyes and palate.

Photo credit: Elson Teo

Opt for beer paddles which come with a variety of Lervig craft beers for the perfect food pairing. Complement your oyster cravings with a White Dog Belgian Wit, complete with the balance of spicy and fruity notes.

Lower East Side 45

For Mexican food lovers who are looking for more than just the average burrito, say Hola to Lower East Side 45. A newly-opened contemporary Mexican joint, its menu features a stunning variety of cuisine and refreshing magaritas, perfect for after work gatherings. Start off your evening with a LES45 mojito, prepared with kraken rum, brown sugar, agave syrup, lime, fresh ginger and mint for that perfect balance of sweet and sour.

Lovers of guacamole rejoice, because LES45 offers freshly made guacamole made tableside for you and your guests.

Table Side Guacamole

Another THM recommendation would be the Chicken Tinga Tostada. Complete with a mango guacamole and a wasabi sunny side-up, the aromatic shredded chicken bits, rich sunny side-up and fresh seasonal vegetables make up a sweet combination that engages the senses.

Chicken Tinga Tostada


Steak lovers will love our next recommendation – SEAR is a modern Brooklyn-inspired steakhouse in Singapore that uses a European PIRA charcoal oven to enhance the meat’s natural flavours, resulting in delectable dishes such as the Iberico T-Bone Steak.

For those visiting on the weekends, the newly launched Neo-Nordic menu designed by chef Erik Gustafsson available every Saturday evening might be right up your alley. The Nordic-inspired 4-Course menu is influenced by fresh ingredients inspired from Nordic cuisine and their style of cooking. Start off with the Swedish Roe alongside lemon creme fresh, pickled red onion and dill – the sourness of the toppings complementing perfectly with the sweetness of warm toasted brioche.

Swedish Roe

Rhubarb is an ingredient not commonly used in this part of the world, but the rhubarb compote is one not to be missed. Served with rhubarb sorbet, cinnamon and cardamom foam, yoghurt and lemon balm – there is a delicate balance between sour and sweet, a perfect pre-dessert to conclude your dining experience with SEAR.