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LeVeL33 the world's highest urban craft brewery, one can experience an unequaled dining experience complete with one of the best views of Singapore's Marina Bay and city skyline.

Mon - Wed: 11:30 - 00:00

Thu - Fri: 11:30 - 02:00

Sat - Eve of PH: 11:30 - 02:00

Sun: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 68343133
$66 based on 78 submissions
View/Scenery (21 votes), Dinner (17 votes), After Work (16 votes)
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Stunning view

Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/03/level-33-with-best-view-marina-bay.html

My dining experience was completed with one of the best spectacular views of Singapore's Marina Bay and city skyline. Since we're using the Entertainer App for a 1-for-1 main, we went for the highest cost which is Beef & Reef ($48) and Beef ($46). I'm all for steaks. For appetizers, one of the recommended dish is Spud ($9). Olive oil russet potato puree with beer malt salt. Overall decent but the dressing tasted good to pair with the steak. Beef & Reef ($48) - Chargrilled black Angus sirloin, pan roasted jumbo prawn, tomato caraway jam and mustard pickled fennel. I always go for medium rare for my steak preference but meat was slightly tough and dry. Otherwise, tasty! Whereas the prawn, not as jumbo that I expected but decent. Do note that the portion is small so if you're going with a hungry stomach, you might wanna order more or head outside the penthouse for beers. Other than beers, the view of Singapore skyline is beyond stunning.

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• 18 Mar 2015 • 87 reviews • 2 followers

Stunning view

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Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/03/level-33-with-best-view-marina-bay.html

My dining experience was completed with one of the best spectacular views of Singapore's Marina Bay and city skyline. Since we're using the Entertainer App for a 1-for-1 main, we went for the highest cost which is Beef & Reef ($48) and Beef ($46). I'm all for steaks. For appetizers, one of the recommended dish is Spud ($9). Olive oil russet potato puree with beer malt salt. Overall decent but the dressing tasted good to pair with the steak. Beef & Reef ($48) - Chargrilled black Angus sirloin, pan roasted jumbo prawn, tomato caraway jam and mustard pickled fennel. I always go for medium rare for my steak preference but meat was slightly tough and dry. Otherwise, tasty! Whereas the prawn, not as jumbo that I expected but decent. Do note that the portion is small so if you're going with a hungry stomach, you might wanna order more or head outside the penthouse for beers. Other than beers, the view of Singapore skyline is beyond stunning.
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• 02 Mar 2015 • 120 reviews • 0 follower

Recommended Semi-Lunch Buffet with the BEST City Skyline View!

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For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/03/semi-lunch-buffet-at-level-33-8-marina.html


Semi buffet of appetizers and desserts with a choice of Main Course ordered.

Service was quite good except the long wait for the bill that day, so do ask for the bill earlier.. The main course were quite good! The dessert buffet tasted decent but the selection was boring.. Hope to see some improvement in the dessert buffet! They also offer extensive à la carte dinner menu!   LeVeL33 has the BEST City Skyline view in Singapore among sky-high restaurants. To be able to dine with such excellent view at affordable prices, LeVeL33 is great for a casual weekday lunch or romantic dinner and drinks on special occasions!
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• 18 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

A terrible experience - never go back!

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My colleague and I had an awful lunch at Level 33 today.  The buffet starters and desserts ran low by 1pm and were not replenished for the remainder of the lunch service.  The service was really slow and we had to keep asking the waitress to bring things / take plates away.  The "Service Director", a Patric Steinlechner, had a really bad attitude when we complained and asked for a discount on our bill because of the bad service / lack of food.  He absolutely refused, and then even insisted we pay the "service charge".  He was rude to us, embarrassed us in front of the other diners, and showed his anger at our complaint.  It was a horrible experience, we would not go back. 
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