The restaurant has two parts: an open top bar that serves drinks and bar food, and a lower level restaurant with 360 degree views of the gardens and beyond. The view was one of the best factors in my opinion, and I could imagine that it would be even better in the evening. However that’s where all my positive critiquing stops.
I have to be honest when I talk about the restaurant’s decor; I know it matches that of the outside of the supertree, but for a restaurant, I found it too much. The chairs were an overpowering purple, and the vibrant green in the restaurant made me feel as if I was expecting the character, Poison Ivy from the Batman movie to arrive.
The menu had a great variety of meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes. However, the quality of food was poor. It lacked flavour and spice, which was a shame as it very well presented. On top of that, all of the 90s diva music playing throughout the venue did not help; I felt that having major heartbreak songs being played, especially for lunch or anytime for that matter was totally overbearing.
So, unless you fancy a bit of Toni Braxton or Whitney Houston being played during your time at lunch then I would opt for another rooftop for your dinner. On the other hand, if you are looking for a place to drink up in the trees at the open air rooftop gardens then head on over.
On a separate note, in Singapore, I really suggest heading to Level 33, so click here to find out more.
INFO ON SUPERTREE
Mon – Sun
10.30am – 5pm
Food & Drinks served:
Mon – Sun
5pm – 1am
Mon – Sun 12pm – 5pm
Sun – Thurs 5pm – 11.30pm
Fri & Sat 5pm – 12.30am