SkyLoft is the rooftop bar and restaurant that's set above iFly Singapore, the indoor sky diving wind tunnel at Sentosa. Enjoy a feast of modern European, fusion dishes and cocktails, while grooving to the tunes from live acts on Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays.
he good thing about Skyloft is that you could choose to sit outdoor and still have a shelter above your head if you wish. Alternatively, you could sit near the edge without a shelter but enjoy the wonderful view of the sea.
We reached just in time for the sunset and as I expected, the view was perfect.
I ordered a King Prawn Linguine whilst the boyfriend ordered In Cod We Trust.
The King Prawn Linguine was all right. For someone who loves her pasta done aglio olio style, I have to say that the linguine here was definitely too oily. The prawns were not very fresh either and the only saving grace of the dish was the al dente linguine.
In Cod We Trust was average. The cod fish was not very tasty and tasted kind of bland. It was not very fresh either as the sweetness of fresh fish was definitely lacking. The fries were good, but that was hardly anything fascinating since I can get good fries in McDonalds too.
We ordered some drinks and I had a mojito. The mojito was pretty decent so I guess Skyloft might be more appropriate as a drinks place as compared to a place for meals.
Went there for a V day dinner. We requested for a indoor place, only to realise that the setting is not meant for Vday dinner, so no choice have to do outdoor. The air chillers were blowing into my date's face causing her to have a headache. Requested for a change of seats, was initally refused and was told that places are reserved. But NO ONE came for the seats! People who walked in could actually sit in the seats we wanted!
Bad service. Service staff and level are horrendous. Despite request for menu several times, we were forgotten and had to wait for 15mins for our menu. Service staff are also not attentive to our request for service.
Food. For a $200 4 course V day dinner, this is terrible! Only the soup passed our expectations. The entree was not quite up to standard. The main dish of beef was barely passable. Salmon was very bad. Not only we have to wait for a good 30mins for main course, salmon was not throughly cooked! I never expected a piece of salmon, half cooked and half raw! a replacement took another good 20mins. Dessert was also below par!
Overall, my partner and i agreed that apart from the soup, the next best was the dessert wine, Moscato. I do feel lousy after paying relatively high price for a lousy dinner which perhaps spoilt my V day as we were both pretty particular about food!
If anything, i would recommend this place for drinks and nothing else.
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