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Lantern

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Lantern is a stylish rooftop bar and pool with enthralling panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront and the world-famous Singapore skyline.

Daily: 12.00pm - 2.00am

+65 63338388
$31 based on 18 submissions
After Work (9 votes), Chillout (6 votes), Girls Night Out (5 votes)
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Revisiting once again - this time for the food

I am back at one of my most favorite chilling out spots again, bringing *Katherine there for her birthday celebration, catching up and chilling out session. The Lantern Bar at Fullerton Bay Hotel has been an allure for me since the day it opened, and even until now it still appeals greatly to me. The views were still seductive, and the ambience was still alluring; the only thing I wish wouldn't remain consistent was the service (while polite, it was hard to get their attention no matter which part of Lantern we sat at).

Food-wise, we began with the Truffle Potato Salad (SGD$12.00) which boosted of soft-boiled potato cubes tossed in truffle-infused dressing, tantalising the palate with its piquant aroma while the teeth made contact with the smooth potato cubes.

Next, the Cajun Tuna Spring Rolls (SGD$24.00), served with togarashi aioli. We were expecting mashed tuna stuffings within the crackling spring roll skins, but we were very pleasantly surprised to discover entire slabs of smoked tuna texturized between sashimi and smoked fish. This was definitely a keeper for us.

Finally, a Pizza Slab (SGD$31.00); we chose the one that comprised of forest mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, ricotta cheese and sprigs of fresh baby spinach. The crust was crispy and biscuit-like, the way I remember it, while the ingredients brought out all the various umami and sweet flavours naturally.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-drinks-at-lantern-bar-fullerton.html

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• 29 May 2015 • 449 reviews • 7 followers

Revisiting once again - this time for the food

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I am back at one of my most favorite chilling out spots again, bringing *Katherine there for her birthday celebration, catching up and chilling out session. The Lantern Bar at Fullerton Bay Hotel has been an allure for me since the day it opened, and even until now it still appeals greatly to me. The views were still seductive, and the ambience was still alluring; the only thing I wish wouldn't remain consistent was the service (while polite, it was hard to get their attention no matter which part of Lantern we sat at).

Food-wise, we began with the Truffle Potato Salad (SGD$12.00) which boosted of soft-boiled potato cubes tossed in truffle-infused dressing, tantalising the palate with its piquant aroma while the teeth made contact with the smooth potato cubes.

Next, the Cajun Tuna Spring Rolls (SGD$24.00), served with togarashi aioli. We were expecting mashed tuna stuffings within the crackling spring roll skins, but we were very pleasantly surprised to discover entire slabs of smoked tuna texturized between sashimi and smoked fish. This was definitely a keeper for us.

Finally, a Pizza Slab (SGD$31.00); we chose the one that comprised of forest mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, ricotta cheese and sprigs of fresh baby spinach. The crust was crispy and biscuit-like, the way I remember it, while the ingredients brought out all the various umami and sweet flavours naturally.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-drinks-at-lantern-bar-fullerton.html
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• 08 May 2015 • 48 reviews • 0 follower

red lit plastic marque, drinks plastic cups

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Reception - warm. Helpful. Drinks - limited selection Service - acceptable Ambiance - sitting under white plastic marque is not classy. Red LED lights under the ceiling does not make a lantern. Drinks - not served on trays. Drinks in plastic glasses. Can't you taste the melamine now ? Visit again ? No.
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• 15 Jan 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Fantastic Ambience and Service

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When we made dinner reservations for two, the restaurant was nice enough to highlight to us that their menu selection lean towards light snacks. Being small eaters, my wife and I went ahead anyways and are not disappointed.

The view from the roof top bar is breathtaking, we were seated before the sun set and was treated to an amazing transformation of the Marina Bay Skyline from day to night. The staff were polite and attentive but know when to leave you alone to enjoy your dinner and drinks.

Often food takes a secondary place when the locale is so fantastic but the food here is surprisingly good though in small servings.
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