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August 14, 2019 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Singapore is famous the world over for its diverse and dynamic dining, from flavour-packed street food to exquisitely crafted fine dining. Home to some of the city’s most sought-after tables, The Fullerton Heritage precinct is at the gourmet centre of it all.

Anchored by The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, alongside F&B enclave One Fullerton and heritage properties The Clifford Pier, The Fullerton Waterboat House and Customs House, The Fullerton Heritage precinct is a firm favourite with Australian foodies who are drawn to the Lion City’s distinctive mix of traditional and cutting-edge cuisine. To date, it features 32 restaurants, cafes and bars, dished up in locations ranging from rooftops with panoramic views to prime spots on the waterfront.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore are perfectly positioned as a base from which to explore it all. Between the two hotels alone, there are nine food and beverage outlets, serving the finest Chinese, French, Italian and heritage cuisines. “In recent years, Singapore has become a bona fide gastronomic destination for food lovers and The Fullerton Heritage precinct is at the centre of it all. We take pride in offering diversity and quality across all 32 food and beverage concepts in the precinct,” says Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale, General Manager of The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts.

The Fullerton Dining Journey

For ladies of leisure, an essential experience for any Singapore stay is the weekend brunch or daily afternoon tea at The Clifford Pier. Located at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, in what was Singapore’s historic Pier, the restaurant is where Art Deco interiors and lofty ceilings set the backdrop for a melting pot of cuisines, which includes a weekend Heritage Dim Sum Brunch and weekend Singapore Heritage Afternoon Tea.

Soak in the atmospheric setting and enjoy a savoury selection featuring the likes of braised pork belly in a steamed bun and chicken curry served with Indian flatbread. Those with a sweet tooth will not want to miss the signature scones with passionfruit and mango jam, rose syrup macarons, Manjari chocolate coconut cake and traditional honeycomb kueh, served with a choice of teas and herbal infusions.

Come sundown, guests looking for a lively spot to unwind will appreciate Lantern Rooftop Bar at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore with its infinity lap pool, lush landscaping, panoramic Marina Bay and city views, signature cocktails, fine champagnes and chilled house music. Over at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Lighthouse Rooftop Restaurant and Bar serves authentic Italian cuisine and mesmerising views, atop the exact spot where a beacon once guided mariners safely into the port of Singapore in a bygone era.

For the finest Chinese cuisine, do not miss Jade at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, with its eye-catching interior, boasting evocative lantern lighting, a jade-inspired palette, custom wallpaper and exquisite flavours which have kept it at the fore of the city’s cuisine scene for more than a decade.

 Culinary Destinations

There is no shortage of dining destinations along the lively waterfront promenade at One Fullerton, from thick Nanyang-style coffee paired with toast slathered with rich coconut jam for a truly Singaporean breakfast at Yakun; Japanese omakase in the exclusive eight-seater Shoukouwa; elegant European flavours inside an Art Deco landmark, The Fullerton Waterboat House; to Italian icons and late-night cocktails at Monti in the floating glass Fullerton Pavilion on Marina Bay.

Keep strolling and discover Singaporean flavours like golden almond prawns and chilli crab at Palm Beach Seafood, modern Italian fare at Forlino, a nautical setting at The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill, Southeast Asian favourites at Bistro Aseana, and European fine dining at Saint Pierre.

Originally built in the 1960s, Customs House shares its views over the busy harbour with a raft of restaurants, including contemporary Japanese at Kinki Restaurant + Bar, a fresh take on Italian classics at Caffe Fernet, fiery Thai flavours at Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay, tasty bar bites at Longtail Asian Brasserie & Bar,superb steak and fries at L’Entrecote, and hearty Mexican fare washed down with tequilas and margaritas at Super Loco.

 Foodie Enclaves Accessible on Foot

Within walking distance from The Fullerton Heritage precinct, guests can discover everything from Michelin-starred fine dining to the vibrant local food scenes inTelok Ayer Street, Keong Saik Road and Amoy Street, where sizzling hawker stalls sit alongside hip restaurants and bars housed in heritage shophouses. Those after a taste of authentic hawker flavours will head for the likes of Amoy Street Food Centre, while in-the-know locals will flock to some of the island’s hottest restaurants, such as Olivia and Nouri, and The Old Man, an award-winning bar inspired by Ernest Hemingway.

Enticing Offers for Food Lovers

Travellers to Singapore who plan early can take advantage of special offers, such as The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s Advance Purchase Special, with up to 25 percent off Best Available Rate and dining credits for hotel restaurants. Travellers can also book early and save at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, with up to 25 percent off Best Available Rate and dining credits for hotel restaurants. For more information and how to book click here.

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