Nothing beats unwinding after a long day of work with a pint or cocktail in hand, soaking in majestic views of Marina Bay as the sun sets. And at these four restaurants, that’s exactly what you’ll get. Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner or a casual space for drinks with friends, The Fullerton Heritage precinct has a dining experience for you.
PS.Cafe One Fullerton
Lush greens, elegant furnishings and magnificent views of Marina Bay greet you as you step into this magical new CBD escape that is PS.Cafe One Fullerton. The latest outlet is its largest yet – spanning over 89sqm and accommodating up to 160 guests – and it has something for everyone, be it coffee and cake, business lunches, relaxing dinners, or post-work cocktails. Unwind in the bright and airy indoor area, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows and a private dining room that can accommodate up to ten. Cosy up at the intimate bar lounge or head to the open-air terrace for some cool bay breeze.
Pop in for a quick two-course executive lunch (S$34) or come during dinner for a range of exclusive new dishes such as the chargrilled skate with green harissa (S$34) or the moules vin blanc (S$24), which is served with a side of crusty bread to dunk in the broth. Rest assured that you’ll still find your favourites such as the PS. Truffle Shoestring Fries (S$15), PS. Burger (S$29) and the PS. Caesar Salad (S$23) on its all-day menu.
#02-03B/04, 1 Fullerton Rd (8812 3198, pscafe.com). Mon-Wed 11.30am-11pm; Thu 11.30am-midnight; Fri 11.30am-1am; Sat & Sun 9.30am-11pm.
Super Loco Customs House
Grab a seat outdoors under the fairy lights and go loco for tacos and all things Mexican at Super Loco Customs House. Specialties include tlayuda cecina (S$20), flatbread topped with house-cured wagyu that’s been air-dried for three months, de cangrejo (S$14), a taco filled with soft shell crab, barbecued pickled pineapple, radish and lime mayo, and pescado asada con chile rojo y perejil (S$46), a barbecued locally sourced sea bass served with red and green salsas. Great food aside, you can also party the evening away with Super Loco’s Super Sundowner Happy Hour specials (S$12), available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays. Ladies can also enjoy its Mex in the City cocktails (S$10) every Wednesday night, all night long.
#01-04, 70 Collyer Quay (6532 2090, customshouse.super-loco.com). Mon-Fri noon-3pm, 5pm-midnight. Sat 5pm- midnight.
Looking to seal the deal? Monti is one of the most romantic restaurants in Singapore, offering unobstructed views of the marina, handsome interiors, hearty Italian food and an impressive wine list. For an unforgettable experience, book a table for October 2nd when the restaurant will be conducting an Isole e Olena Wine Dinner (S$148). This four-course meal will showcase the finest of Isole E Olena’s selection of wines paired with dishes such as truffle and sakura ebi angel hair pasta, Tajima beef with duck fat potatoes and grilled pork jowl. Wine maker Paole di Marchi will be hosting the meal, introducing you to the world of Chianti Classico and the prized wines of the region.
82 Collyer Quay (6535 0724, monti.sg). Sun-Thu noon-1am; Fri & Sat noon-2am.
It’s old school diner fun at OverEasy, which serves up classic burgers, indulgent milkshakes and all-American comfort food. The recently refurbished space boasts a fresher vibe to match its lineup of dynamic DJs spinning a mix of RnB, hip hop and funk from Wednesday to Saturdays from 8pm. Those looking to get a tasty drink should try OverEasy’s range of quirky cocktails: there’s the Breakfast of Champions (S$17), a bourbon-based drink shaken with maple syrup and lemon juice topped with a waffle and the Spike Milkshake (S$18), a twist on everyone’s favourite vanilla milkshake doused in Plantation Original Dark Rum.
#01-06, 1 Fullerton Rd (6684 1453, overeasy.com.sg). Mon 5pm-1am; Tue-Thu 11.30am-2.30pm, 5pm-1am; Fri 11.30am-2.30pm, 5 pm-3am; Sat 5pm-3am; Sun 2pm-11pm.