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Stellar at 1-Altitude

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Stellar At 1-Altitude is a fine-dining restaurant located on the 62nd level of One Raffles Place, serving a wide array of modern cuisines like Western, European and Japanese.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Mon - Fri: 18:30 - 22:00

Sat: 18:00 - 22:00

Sun: 18:00 - 21:00

+65 64380410
$130 based on 53 submissions
View/Scenery (17 votes), Dinner (15 votes), Romance/First Dates (14 votes)
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After reading about Stellar on City Nomads, the Mrs and I decided to go for a romantic evening last week. First thing to be said is that I hate the entrance. A restaurant should not have bouncers. It just seems weird. Reminds me of Ku De Ta like that.

Anyway, once we were 62 floors up the atmosphere was much more welcoming. We got a fantastic seat by the window overlooking the city. Incredible views.

As for the food, Stellar has a very interesting menu and it's very creative. Inspired by western, european and asian flavours, you can expect quite a culinary journey. Most of which is very tasty (such as their ravioli and tartar dishes), however it can be a bit slow as you end up having at least a 4-5 course dinner and portions are small. Great for a leisurely dinner :).

Still, good overall and great place for a romantic evening.

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• 09 Apr 2015 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

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After reading about Stellar on City Nomads, the Mrs and I decided to go for a romantic evening last week. First thing to be said is that I hate the entrance. A restaurant should not have bouncers. It just seems weird. Reminds me of Ku De Ta like that.

Anyway, once we were 62 floors up the atmosphere was much more welcoming. We got a fantastic seat by the window overlooking the city. Incredible views.

As for the food, Stellar has a very interesting menu and it's very creative. Inspired by western, european and asian flavours, you can expect quite a culinary journey. Most of which is very tasty (such as their ravioli and tartar dishes), however it can be a bit slow as you end up having at least a 4-5 course dinner and portions are small. Great for a leisurely dinner :).

Still, good overall and great place for a romantic evening.
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• 10 Nov 2014 • 118 reviews • 0 follower

Set Lunch with Great Chocolate Indulgence Dessert Bar!

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For full review & photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/11/restaurant-week-lunch-at-stellar-one.html

Award-winning Stellar, is one of the highest restaurants in Singapore, boasting a spectacular panoramic view of the City and MBS! An ideal place for special occasions, a romantic date or marriage proposals!

I was there on 30th Oct 2014 during the Restaurant Week. Service was good except the initial slightly long wait for the bread & appetizer. The staff will give a brief introduction of the dish when served to you. The dessert bar items were very high quality that did not disappoint me except 1 to 2 items.  Both dessert bar items & fruits were replenished fast. 

Most fine dining food are costly & not filling. So I really like their concept of making the last course dessert to be a dessert bar. We get to try different variety of dessert & will not leave the restaurant still hungry. I hope more fine dining restaurants will have a mini dessert bar selection like Stellar too! It would be perfect if coffee or tea were included in the course. We were pretty satisfied with everything here that day! Will definitely visit Stellar again, if only for their dessert bar which is truly to die for! :-)
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• 09 Nov 2014 • 118 reviews • 0 follower

Highly Recommended Set Lunch including Chocolate Indulgence Dessert Bar!

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For full review & photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/11/restaurant-week-lunch-at-stellar-one.html

Award-winning Stellar, is one of the highest restaurants in Singapore, boasting a spectacular panoramic view of the City and MBS! An ideal place for special occasions, a romantic date or marriage proposals!

I was there on 30th Oct 2014 during the Restaurant Week. Service was good except the initial slightly long wait for the bread & appetizer. The staff will give a brief introduction of the dish when served to you. The dessert bar items were very high quality that did not disappoint me except 1 to 2 items.  Both dessert bar items & fruits were replenished fast. 
Most fine dining food are costly & not filling. So I really like their concept of making the last course dessert to be a dessert bar. We get to try different variety of dessert & will not leave the restaurant still hungry. I hope more fine dining restaurants will have a mini dessert bar selection like Stellar too! It would be perfect if coffee or tea were included in the course. We were pretty satisfied with everything here that day! Will definitely visit Stellar again, if only for their dessert bar which is truly to die for! :-)
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