8 Best places to eat on Singapore National Day 2017!

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Singapore’s 52nd birthday is fast approaching, and here is our pick of the best places to eat, this National Day!

Singapore National Day is fast approaching, and what better way to celebrate than indulge in Singaporeans' favourite pastime - food! Here then, is our pick of the best places to eat, this National Day:

STELLAR AT 1-ALTITUDE

If feasting while watching fireworks is your kind of fun, head straight to 1-Altitude. As part of the restaurant’s new Saturday dinner programme, diners who intend to catch the fireworks can choose from either the six-course Constellations menu (S$130++ per person) or eight-course Antipodes menu (S$190++ per person). Ending each meal is a Dessert Art visual extravaganza, constructed table side by group pastry chef Jasmin Chew.

Setting the stage for the gastronomic journey is a breath-taking view of the city’s dazzling displays of celebratory pyrotechnics, that will make for a magical and memorable dining experience.

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For a wholly unobstructed 360-degree panorama of the fireworks, head up to 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar on National Day, Wednesday, 9 August 2017, as early as 5.00pm, for a family-friendly celebration of the nation’s 52nd birthday.

Toast to our little red dot with the Red Dot 52—a patriotic concoction that combines the creamy and honeyed blend of Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve with swirls of spiced orange, vanilla, and apricot—available exclusively throughout August; while the little ones can make their own National Day mocktail, Vanda Miss Joaquim, at the do-it-yourself drinks booth.

Entry to 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar on National Day is priced at the following:
5.00pm – 9.00pm: S$40 nett (inclusive of one standard house pour and one Red Dot 52 cocktail) 9.00pm onwards: S$45 nett (inclusive of one premium pour and one Red Dot 52 cocktail)

Where: 1-Altitude, 1 Raffles Place, 048616, Tel: +65 6438 0410

CÉ LA VI Singapore

In celebration of Singapore’s 52nd birthday, enjoy CÉ LA VI Head Chef Joey Sergentakis’s specially curated National Day Menu, and a special day-to-night Majulah National Day Fiesta festivities.

CÉ LA VI restaurant’s presents a five-course Modern-Asian National Day Menu featuring a selection of bold, zesty appetisers, the freshest sea and land produce, and delectable desserts.

At the Club Lounge, the Majulah National Day Fiesta will have “Live Station” games like Pick-up Sticks and Old Maid Cards and Face Painting, alongside the one-day only BBQ and Modern Classics menu. 

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Local dishes on offer include barbecued satays like the Ayam Lilit with tomato sambal, Pork Collar with CÉ LA VI’s signature spiced peanut sauce, and Grilled Black Shrimp in Balinese Spices accompanied with fresh green mango sambal.

The Modern classics menu features CÉ LA VI’s take on quintessential local dishes, resulting in unique creations such as theRojak Salad with sweet, sour, and spicy fruits, and crushed peanuts, and the Crab Meat Nasi Goreng with poached eggs and a pop of calamansi.

Whilst undertaking in the celebration for Singapore’s birthday, cocktail lovers can get in the patriotic mood with the Singapore Sling promotion, with two Slings for just $40++, available all of August.

The indelible five-course Modern-Asian National Day Menu is available at $198++ per guest on National Day (9th August), and $168++ per guest from 5th to 8th August and 10th to 13th August, with the option of bespoke wine pairing at $128++ per guest for drink seekers.

Pre-sale tickets are available from 14th July at www.shop.celavi.com

Address: 1 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971

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This National Day, Edge will be presenting traditional dishes in a new light with their Heritage Dinner buffet. From 4-9 August, items like otak otak fried rice, white salmon tandoori will be making an appearance alongside perennial favourites like Singapore chilli crab (with deep-fried mantous of course), Nyonya king prawn laksa and the signature nandu crab biryani.

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The buffet -inclusive of free-flow local beverages, coffee, and tea – will go for $88 for adults and $44 for children.

Address: Marina Square7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3 Pan Pacific Singapore, Singapore 039595. Tel:+65  6826 8240

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Not to be left behind, [email protected], Singapore’s only restaurant serving Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines, has planned a National Day bash of it's own! From 5.30pm to 8.30pm, expect a gorgeous buffet ($188/pax) complete with live roast stations, sushi counters, a live oyster bar and a selection of canapes and desserts. Did we also mention a great view of the fireworks and the pyrotechnics?

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There's also 50% discount for children under the age of 18.

Address: 50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront rooftop, Singapore 049321. Tel: +65 6634 4555

The Clifford Pier

The distinctive setting of Clifford Pier is the backdrop for diners to experience a relaxing National Day Dim Sum High Tea ,which includes highlights such as Kampung-style Charcoal Grilled Chicken and Beef Satay, Singapore-style Chilli Crab Gravy with Crispy Mantou, and The Clifford Pier’s Signature Prawn Laksa alongside a wide assortment of classic Dim Sum like Steamed Siew Mai with Crab Roe and Steamed Char Siew Pau.

When: 9 August 2017
Time: 11am-1pm (first seating) | 2-4pm (second seating)
Price: $52 nett per adult | $34 nett per child (6 to 11 years old)

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The Clifford Pier’s National Day Seafood Buffet is where you will indulge in premium ocean catch like Freshly Shucked Oysters, Poached Live Prawns, and Salmon Confit with Fish Roe. The seafood spread is accompanied with all-time favourites like Hainanese Poached Chicken and Aromatic Ginger Rice, Honey-glazed Pork Char Siew and Kampung-style Charcoal Grilled Chicken. Free-flowing red or white wine and beer is available at S$49* per person.

When: 9 August 2017
Time: 7-11pm
Price: $88* per adult, (add $49* per person for free-flowing red or white wine and beer) | $44* per child (6 to 11 years old)

For National Day promotions, Triple Three will be serving hawker dishes for lunch from the 7th to 12th August (Monday to Saturday). From famous seafood Laksa to fragrant Sambal Stingray, indulge to your heart's content at the National Day lunch buffet!

You might not want to miss the legendary Mandarin Chicken Rice served only during National Day. This exclusive buffet is available for both lunch and dinner on 9 August. The 1-for-1 credit card discount (DBS/POSB and UOB) applies for this National Day buffet.

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7 to 12 August 2017
Lunch: $78++ per adult | $28++ per child

9 August 2017
Lunch & Dinner: $88++ per adult | $33++ per child (chicken rice will be served for both lunch and dinner)

Address: 333 Orchard Road Level 5, Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Singapore (238867) 

1919 Waterboat House

On Singapore's 52nd Birthday, 1919 Waterboat House is throwing a Red & White Party! On 9 August, when doors open at 5 pm, get ready to feast on an All You Can Eat & Drink full seafood buffet. Enjoy a wide selection of the freshest seafood dishes and contemporary reinventions of French culinary classics, together with free flow of drinks, inclusive of wines, beers, soft drinks and juices.

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The Rooftop is also a prime location to catch the spectacular fireworks.

The All You Can Eat & Drink National Day full seafood buffet and free flow drinks will be available at $130++ for early bird tickets and at $150++ for regular tickets. VIP table packages are also available.

Address: 3 Fullerton Road, The Waterboat House #03-01 Singapore 049215, Tel: 6538 9038

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At Plate, guests can take delight in Singapore's favourite dishes and join in the celebration as the restaurant streams the National Day Parade live.

Expect iconic hawker dishes such as Singapore Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab, Laksa, Hokkien Noodles, Bak Kut Teh with Fried Dough Fritters, Grilled Satay Skewers, Roti Prata with Vegetable Curry and more to make an appearance in the feast. 

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The spread will also feature fresh seafood on ice, a dedicated Japanese selection of sashimi and sushi, a salad and appetiser bar, a live pasta station and a carving station featuring roasts such as Slow-Roasted Prime Rib Beef and Barbecued Pork Ribs. Round off the gastronomic journey with local desserts such as Durian Pengat, Tau Suan, Signature Muah Chee and a Make-Your-Own Ice Caching and Chendol station.

The National Day Buffet Dinner is only available on 9 August 2017 from 6.30pm to 10.00pm.

Price: $68++ per adult. (Exclusive) One dines FREE with every three paying guests. Children between the ages of 7 to 12 years old dine at 50% off. Children 6 years old and below dine for free from the kid's menu.

Address: Plate, Carlton City Hotel, 1 Tras Link, Singapore 078867

Also READ: 9 Places to watch Singapore National Day 2017 fireworks for FREE!