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Salt Grill & Sky Bar

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Salt grill & Sky bar by celebrity chef-restaurateur Luke Mangan presents a refreshed look with an added exclusive dining area on the 56th floor for diners seeking utmost privacy as well as a brand new bar on the mezzanine floor. The kitchen of the all-day restaurant is helmed by recently-appointed Chef Mathew Leighton, the youngest Executive Chef in the group. Serving modern Australian cuisine and New World Wines, diners can enjoy stunning views of Singapore amidst a modern-chic setting coupled with unparalleled service.

Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

A La Carte

11:00 - 14:00 (Daily)

18:00 - 22:00 (Sun - Thurs)

18:00 - 22:30 (Fri & Sat)

Executive Set Lunch: 11:00 - 14:00 (Mon to Fri)

Brunch: 11:00 - 14:00 (Sat, Sun & PH)
Afternoon Tea: 14:30 - 17:00 (Daily)

Degustation:

11:00 - 14:00 (Daily)

18:00 - 21:30 (Daily)

+65 65925118
$117 based on 94 submissions
View/Scenery (35 votes), Dinner (30 votes), Fine Dining (25 votes)
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Romantic Ambience with Charming Bird's-Eye View!

For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/04/restaurant-week-dinner-at-salt-grill.html



We were here during Restaurant Week Dinner on 21st March 2015 (Sat).


Overall Impression:
 Food quality for the main course was good. But I must say the food quality has dropped a little compared to my visit in 2014. Do try their signature dishes like Sydney Crab Omelette and Barramundi!   As they have 2 seatings, so we felt they seemed to be very rush throughout the whole dinner, every dish served one after another almost immediately - They served the bread, our 3 course with coffee everything within an hour, this make us feel we finished dinner early and can return the table to them earlier.  Despite this, the whole ambience was really romantic and great with charming bird's-eye view! 

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• 27 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Intrusive staff, poor food for price

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Having heard good things about the Salt Grill from friends, we decided to try it for out anniversary.  Unfortunately, the view was the only good thing about the place.

We were very unhappy with the service provided by the staff.  We felt that the staff were alway interrupting us at inappropriate moments while we were deep in conversation.  On one occasion, while we were only half-way through our main course, we were interrupted by one staff member asking if we wanted our plates cleared on a Sunday evening when the restaurant was still half empty!  This was only one of the many interruptions that we had to deal with.  While the staff may have been attempting to be attentive, however being interrupted every 5 minutes with pointless questions was too intrusive and spoiled our night.

The food wasn't very good either during our visit.  For a starter, I had the trout tapas, which came with pork crackling.  While the trout was nice, the pork crackling was anemic parody of crackling as it was simply an excercise in chewing, with no flavour whatsoever.  The main courses of duck and red snapper with thai salad were also disappointing.  The fish had little flavour and more than half of it was returned to the kitchen.  The duck wasn't much better.  The only dish that was enjoyable was the Pork croquette starter.

Overall, we felt the evening was ruined by poor service and poor food that was nowhere near value for money.




 
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• 07 Apr 2015 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

Romantic Ambience with Charming Bird's-Eye View!

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For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/04/restaurant-week-dinner-at-salt-grill.html



We were here during Restaurant Week Dinner on 21st March 2015 (Sat).


Overall Impression:
 Food quality for the main course was good. But I must say the food quality has dropped a little compared to my visit in 2014. Do try their signature dishes like Sydney Crab Omelette and Barramundi!   As they have 2 seatings, so we felt they seemed to be very rush throughout the whole dinner, every dish served one after another almost immediately - They served the bread, our 3 course with coffee everything within an hour, this make us feel we finished dinner early and can return the table to them earlier.  Despite this, the whole ambience was really romantic and great with charming bird's-eye view! 
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  • Sydney crab omelette, enoki mushroom & 
herb salad, miso mustard broth
• 12 Mar 2015 • 137 reviews • 7 followers

I'd return for the view

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For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2015/03/12/salt-grill-and-sky-bar/

Located on the 55th and 56th levels of the iconic Ion Orchard, Salt Grill and Sky Bar offers an unrivalled bird’s eye view of Singapore famed shopping belt. We visited during the evening and witnessed the skies turned from blue to dark. Dusk was a magical, post-card worthy sight!

Opened by Australian Chef, restaurateur and television presenter Luke Mangan, Salt Grill serves Mod Oz cuisine, where chefs embrace different cuisines which successively lead to fusion of new ingredients an and traditional techniques. Emphasis is placed on the produce, using only the best ingredients available, prepared in an un-fussed approach.

Upon seating, the friendly staff promptly brought as basket of bread, accompanied with olive oil and an appetizing dip of herbs, nuts and spices (I believe its dukkah).

Having read many positive comments on the “Glass” Sydney Crab Omelette, we were understandable eager to sample it. Don’t be fooled by its simple demeanour, this entree is pure awesomeness. The miso mustard broth beautifully complements succulent strips of crab, enveloped in fluffy omelette. The elegant starter was completed with enoki mushrooms and herb salad. Well played in the both the taste and texture departments!

W’s Cape Grim Striplion was the more outstanding main course ,bursting with juiciness and flavour. However, we had to minus points for the uneven cooking -some parts were too raw. The steak was paired with caramelized endive, eggplant, salsa verde and a selection of 4 different mustards, namely, wasabi, whole grain, peppercorn and Dijon.

We also ordered Truffle Oil and Parmesan Fries ($14) and Roast Garlic Mushroom ($15). The shoestring fries were mostly crispy, with some soggy pieces at the bottom; however the prominent truffle flavour made up for this flaw. The latter was acceptable, nothing to shout about.

The Raspberry Cheese Cake was definitely one of the better cheesecakes I’ve had in a while-rich, soft and luscious. The berries and raspberry offers a tongue-tingling contrast to the mildly sweet cake.

You can’t go wrong with the Banana Parfait, a delightfully creamy cold dessert with peanut brittle, chocolate mousse, nuts and salted caramel sauce.

Apart from the “Glass” Sydney Omelette, none of the other dishes made deep impression. I’d recommend this venue for its stunning views rather than the food.
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