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Stellar at 1-Altitude

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Address: #62-01, One Raffles Place, 1 Raffles Place, 048616
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
$126 based on 55 submissions
View/Scenery (18 votes), Dinner (16 votes), Fine Dining (14 votes)

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Good food with a view

Having heard of this charismatic dining place with its spectacular views, the Beau and I decided to celebrate our 9th year anniversary at Stellar @ One Altitude this year.We were given a window seat so that we could take in the panoramic views while we enjoyed the meal.

For the first course of the set meal, we had the Scallops 'Carbonara' (SGD$28.00) - parmesan cheese, bacon ash, egg yolk, milk skin. The bouncy fresh scallosp was seared to a smokey sumptuousness, going very well with the creamy cheese broth surrounding it.

The next course was the Caramelized Foie Gras (SGD$28.00) served with fragrant chicken broth, cepes, garlic cream and toast. The foie gras was lightly paired with the aromatic sweetness of caramel, penetrating well into the rich buttery texture of the slab of foie gras. The chicken broth was delicate but flavourful; giving a lovely bite with each mouthful of cepes.

The fourth course was Yellow Fin Tuna (SGD$44.00), a generous chunk of wood fired yellow fin tuna with rissoni, broad beans, petit pois and mint, fromage blanc and picked cucumber. I loved the texture of this block of tuna, fired to an excellent texture between sashimi and smoked tuna. I also enjoyed the taste of this sweet fish, surrounded by saccharine vegetables.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/06/dinner-at-stellar-one-altitude.html





 

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• 06 Jun 2015 • 499 reviews • 7 followers

Good food with a view

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Having heard of this charismatic dining place with its spectacular views, the Beau and I decided to celebrate our 9th year anniversary at Stellar @ One Altitude this year.We were given a window seat so that we could take in the panoramic views while we enjoyed the meal.

For the first course of the set meal, we had the Scallops 'Carbonara' (SGD$28.00) - parmesan cheese, bacon ash, egg yolk, milk skin. The bouncy fresh scallosp was seared to a smokey sumptuousness, going very well with the creamy cheese broth surrounding it.

The next course was the Caramelized Foie Gras (SGD$28.00) served with fragrant chicken broth, cepes, garlic cream and toast. The foie gras was lightly paired with the aromatic sweetness of caramel, penetrating well into the rich buttery texture of the slab of foie gras. The chicken broth was delicate but flavourful; giving a lovely bite with each mouthful of cepes.

The fourth course was Yellow Fin Tuna (SGD$44.00), a generous chunk of wood fired yellow fin tuna with rissoni, broad beans, petit pois and mint, fromage blanc and picked cucumber. I loved the texture of this block of tuna, fired to an excellent texture between sashimi and smoked tuna. I also enjoyed the taste of this sweet fish, surrounded by saccharine vegetables.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/06/dinner-at-stellar-one-altitude.html





 
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• 04 Jun 2015 • 53 reviews • 0 follower

Mixed Feelings.

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(Read the complete review with photos here: http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2015/03/stellar-at-1-altitude-raffles.html)

Made a reservation for a weekday dinner through Restaurant Week for this place. Not sure if it was a right choice...  There was no trouble in parking as the CBD area has long been vacated at 8pm. There were two queues to the lift entrance, guarded by a few of their staff. We were asked if we had made reservations, and then the lift button was pressed for us. You would feel like a star already. Level 63 leads to Altitude, Singapore's highest bar with a 360 degrees view of the city. It is also the highest multi-experience lifestyle joint in the world. The restaurant, Stellar, is at Level 62. Dining at the restaurants grants you free entry to the bar. Dinner at $55++/pax for Singapore Restaurant Week looks like this: AppetisersCaramelised Foie Gras, Griottes, Bigarade Orange, Toasted Brioche, Yellow FriseeorBonito Cured Ocean Trout, Sweet Pea Mousse, Wasabi Snow~MainsSlow Braised Beef Short Rib, Bone Marrow Crust, Potato SouffléorSpiced Cod Fillet, Ratatouille Nicoise, Garlic Bon Bon~DessertsFrench Toast Ice Cream, Mixed Berry Compote, CaramelorPBJ (Peanut Butter Jelly) Strawberry Wafer, Jellied Peanut Butter, Biscuit Espuma Well, of course we'd take one of each :)

We were given with a table with a pretty good view, if not for a thick metal beam that stands in our view. We quickly chose our selections of dishes, and then the bread server came along with his huge bread basket. The bread was slightly cold, perhaps due to the fact that he has been walking around giving out breads for...

(Read the complete review with photos here: http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2015/03/stellar-at-1-altitude-raffles.html)


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• 09 Apr 2015 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

Romantic

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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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