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Faber Bistro

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Address: 109 Mount Faber

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If you are a nature lover, you will love the laidback and relaxing vibes of Faber Bistro while tucking into wholesome western fare.
 In a tranquil spot, tucked away in the lush greenery of Mount Faber Park, one of Singapore’s oldest parks, this dining joint gives you an unobstructed view of the city so you can soak up the paranomic view as you fill your tummy with great food and fine wines. At more than 100 metres above the sea, kick back and take comfort in the joys of good food and good views.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri: 11:00 - 02:00

Sat: 09:00 - 02:00

Sun: 09:00 - 23:00

+65 63779619
$27 based on 12 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (5 votes), After Work (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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Will I return again? Yes. Prices are affordable given the awesome alfresco ambience where the city v

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The Place Perched at the top of Mt Faber is Faber Bistro, a casual Western restaurant run by the Mt Faber Leisure Group. The city view from the alfresco dining area where we were seated is panoramic beauty. It is ideal for a romantic date, where you can have your dinner while enjoying the view of Singapore from Mt Faber and possibly stargazing as well if the sky is clear.

The Food is a mix of Italian cuisine from Pasta and Pizza to German fare such as sausages, as well as the usual Western Steak and Fries. There is also a comprehensive list of wine and beer to choose from, with happy hour prices before 8pm.

For full reivew and food pictures, kindly visit http://therantingpanda.wordpress.com/

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• 01 Aug 2012 • 210 reviews • 1 follower

Will I return again? Yes. Prices are affordable given the awesome alfresco ambience where the city v

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For full reivew and food pictures, kindly visit http://therantingpanda.wordpress.com/

The Place Perched at the top of Mt Faber is Faber Bistro, a casual Western restaurant run by the Mt Faber Leisure Group. The city view from the alfresco dining area where we were seated is panoramic beauty. It is ideal for a romantic date, where you can have your dinner while enjoying the view of Singapore from Mt Faber and possibly stargazing as well if the sky is clear.

The Food is a mix of Italian cuisine from Pasta and Pizza to German fare such as sausages, as well as the usual Western Steak and Fries. There is also a comprehensive list of wine and beer to choose from, with happy hour prices before 8pm.

For full reivew and food pictures, kindly visit http://therantingpanda.wordpress.com/

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• 05 Jun 2012 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

A nice bistro with an awesome view that doesn't cost a bomb

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Had a pretty nice dinner at this bistro which is at Mount Faber. Dining there almost feels like a secret haven that has yet to be discovered by others. Unlike the overly commercial MBS and its overrated rooftop restaurants that will make you burn your pockets after a meal there, this place is rather reasonably priced with a range of food that is surprisingly affordable despite the serene breathtaking view that it comes with.

I had the FB burger which had a thick beef patty, apparently handmade, which was tender and juicy. The patty would probably taste even better if more seasoning and herbs was added to it. Loved the fries... fat and crispy! My friend had the monster dog which she seemed to love a lot and it was only $12, another friend had the steak. Generally the food was not bad and we adored the very friendly service of their servers.

The only thing weird was probably the music selection but that was still bearable. We will come back again because of the staff, the serene view and a decent dinner that doesn't cost a bomb.

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  • the serene view of the city lights, a distance away... very nostalgic
• 20 Apr 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Really gorgeous views!

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Was at Mount Faber with the husband looking to settle down for dinner. Intended to go to The Jewel Box. But realised that the restaurants were all full. The staff at the doors suggested for us to try faber Bistro instead which was just a 5mins walk away from The Jewel Box.

We tried and it's now our new dining spot. Food was great, we ordered the FB monster Dog for myself and a FB burger for the husband. Dessert was nice with an order of the Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla ice Cream.

More than just the food, the restaurant setting was also a nice casual set up and the best part of the restaurant is the VIEW!! It was just really great!! Unblocked views for miles and miles...it's like we could see forever!!

Highly recommend this place to chill...

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  • The great view at Faber Bistro...

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