Local Gastronomic with Breathtaking View
Perhaps the reason this venue is one of the most talked about restaurants in Singapore is because of its lovely ambience and the stunning vista of its surrounds.
Situated on the waterfront of Singapore’s Marina Bay as part of The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, The Clifford Pier is a restaurant serving an extensive selection of local and regional traditional dishes. Built in 1933, Clifford Pier was the main landing jetty for regional maritime traders and immigrants before it’s recent transformation into a spectacular restaurant by the Fullerton Heritage in 2014.
As soon as I stepped into The Clifford Pier, I couldn’t help but notice the elegant design that blended with the building’s original architecture. Here 2 sitting areas are provided; indoor dining and an al-fresco area where one can enjoy the view of the Marina Bay and Singapore’s modern’s skyline.
For starters, one can sample the ubin kueh pie tee or heritage rolls. The must-have dishes are the soup kambing, a tasty mutton soup with traditional spices and wagyu rendang, delicious tender wagyu beef that has been braised in coconut. For those craving Singaporean noodles, the rickshaw noodles are a good choice. To finish, love letter form the pier, with chocolate sauce and ice cream is definitely a great way to end a lovely lunch.
The Clifford Pier is an excellent place for an all-day dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere while surrounded by a magnificent panorama.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel singapore
80 Collyer Quay, Singapore
Tel. +65 6597 5266