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Me@OUE

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Address: Rooftop, OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay, 049321

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Me@OUE sits atop OUE Bayfront along the historic Collyer Quay. Featuring beautiful panoramic views of the Marina Bay and downtown area, ME@OUE is sure to delight the senses with one of the most enticing gourmet offerings in the city. With an impeccable selection of innovative Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines, and complemented with a remarkable view, a stylish, sophisticated ambience and a highly personalised attention to detail, a visit to ME@OUE is always a delightful experience to be remembered by all.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Mon - Tue: 18:00 - 22:00

Wed - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

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Mon to Fri: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sun & PH

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Enjoy Great Views While Sipping Cocktails Under The Moonlight!

This is my first time to this restaurant, located on the top floor of OUE Building.   The restaurant serves 3 different cuisine types under 1 roof: Japanese, French and Chinese. But I was here for drinks, instead of the food. I headed for the open-air terrace outside.   I was impressed by the view. What greeted me was a great view of the Marina Bay, with the Marina Bay Sands Hotel on the opposite side of the bay. The panaromic view stretches from Beach Road to the left to Marina Bay Financial Centre to the right.   But I also needed a drink, and so I ordered...   Here are the highlights of the cocktails I had: - Baby Sumo: $25. Yamazaki 12 years infused with sour plums, fresh lemon juice, egg white and Sirop de canne. Dry shaken and served on the rocks. This rocks! One of my favourite for the night. Its easy to drink and what I like was the plum flavoured salt that they lined on the edge of the glass, just like a margarita. Lovely!   - Woof Woof: $25. Sweet Wee Scallywag (Speyside Malt), Dubbonet Rouge, fresh mint and Grapefruit. I find this drink rather fruity. Personally I prefer stronger drinks, which followed after this.   - Get Smokey: $23. Black Jamaisan 12 year old rum, Campari, la Quintinye Rouge with a dash of grapefruit bitters and Peychaud’s Bitters. Woodchips add the smokey flavour and dried citrus added for flavour. This was served in a nice glass flask, which you pour into a glass with a piece of dried orange. The flavour reminds me of Oolong tea. Easy to drink.   - Wiggo: $23. Plymouth Navy Strength shaken with fresh lemon juice, Sirop de Canne, fresh mint and lime wedges. Served in an Absinthe rinsed glass and topped with Chapuy Brut. This was good. Served in a martini glass, I liked the lemon favour and finished this in no time.   This is a great place to chill, with friendly service staffs who always display a smile even when there are lots of customers when I was there. 
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• 28 Aug 2015 • 505 reviews • 4 followers

Enjoy Great Views While Sipping Cocktails Under The Moonlight!

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This is my first time to this restaurant, located on the top floor of OUE Building.   The restaurant serves 3 different cuisine types under 1 roof: Japanese, French and Chinese. But I was here for drinks, instead of the food. I headed for the open-air terrace outside.   I was impressed by the view. What greeted me was a great view of the Marina Bay, with the Marina Bay Sands Hotel on the opposite side of the bay. The panaromic view stretches from Beach Road to the left to Marina Bay Financial Centre to the right.   But I also needed a drink, and so I ordered...   Here are the highlights of the cocktails I had: - Baby Sumo: $25. Yamazaki 12 years infused with sour plums, fresh lemon juice, egg white and Sirop de canne. Dry shaken and served on the rocks. This rocks! One of my favourite for the night. Its easy to drink and what I like was the plum flavoured salt that they lined on the edge of the glass, just like a margarita. Lovely!   - Woof Woof: $25. Sweet Wee Scallywag (Speyside Malt), Dubbonet Rouge, fresh mint and Grapefruit. I find this drink rather fruity. Personally I prefer stronger drinks, which followed after this.   - Get Smokey: $23. Black Jamaisan 12 year old rum, Campari, la Quintinye Rouge with a dash of grapefruit bitters and Peychaud’s Bitters. Woodchips add the smokey flavour and dried citrus added for flavour. This was served in a nice glass flask, which you pour into a glass with a piece of dried orange. The flavour reminds me of Oolong tea. Easy to drink.   - Wiggo: $23. Plymouth Navy Strength shaken with fresh lemon juice, Sirop de Canne, fresh mint and lime wedges. Served in an Absinthe rinsed glass and topped with Chapuy Brut. This was good. Served in a martini glass, I liked the lemon favour and finished this in no time.   This is a great place to chill, with friendly service staffs who always display a smile even when there are lots of customers when I was there. 
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  • View of MBS and Marina Bay
• 18 Aug 2015 • 114 reviews • 0 follower

An experience to remember

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Made a booking for dinner and got lucky to have gotten a table by the window. Amazing view of marina bay and skyline turning from day to night was breath-taking. Service was top notch with the food meeting my expectations for fine dining. Highly recommended for special events.
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• 22 Jun 2015 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Excellent food and service but you pay for it

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Precise, interesting (lamb sweetbreads in Singapore? awesome!) French cooking, and very good salted egg langoustines on the Chinese side. Haven't tried the Japanese menu. There are heavy (prime rib, $180 for 2) as well as light (turbot in sauce au pistou) options. The French menu is definitely fusion; my family disapproved of putting mango and bergamot in the sacrosanct vacherin, but it's good fusion, that you actually want to eat, not just trying to be trendy.
 
 The view is pretty good, from the inside as well as from the balcony - not quite Level33 or the Swissotel, but perfect for the MBS light show.
 
 Service was attentive, incredibly polite, and fast, always with a smile.
 
 Prices were harder to stomach. $60 for turbot! With the Amex Platinum 50% off ALC deal, this is excellent value; without, it's still worth a visit, as you get what you pay for, but don't expect a deal. The cellar looked great, but at $20 a glass, I didn't bother. Can't blame them for Singapore wine prices though...
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