Singapore: Franco-Asian Breakfast at Sky on 57 | Lady & her Sweet Escapes

Jun 22, 2013

Singapore: Franco-Asian Breakfast at Sky on 57

I had an itty-bitty problem while I was making our Singapore 9-hour lay over itinerary. Our first stop was at the Gardens by the Bay to view the sunrise, next was to have an aerial view of the city at Marina Bay Sands. But how can we do that if the MBS Skypark only opens at 9:30 AM? So, I searched for options and found an amazing restaurant at Marina Bay Sands with a 360 degrees panoramic view of the city.

view of Marina Bay Sands from Helix Bridge
Marina Bay Sands: Singapore's Iconic Structure

Sky on 57 is located at Tower 1 on level 57 of the majestic Marina Bay Sands. It is a restaurant of the award-winning Singaporean Celebrity Chef Justin Quek! It opens at 7 AM and has a breakfast set menu at a  very reasonable price. Sky on 57 was perfect for us who were on a very tight schedule. It was hitting two birds with one stone; a great breakfast with an awesome view! 

inside Sky on 57
Sky on 57
birds eye view of Gardens by the Bay from Sky on 57
a bird's eye view of Gardens by the Bay from Sky on 57's terrace
view while having breakfast
our view while having breakfast
infinity pool of Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands' infinity pool

Since Chef Justin Quek was trained in France's top kitchens, Sky on 57 offers the finest Franco Asian cuisine. We got to savour the best of both worlds at breakfast. There are traditional Asian dishes and French breakfast delights on the menu, plus a selection of fruit juices, danish pastries, salads and fruits at the buffet. 

 Sky on 57's Menu

From the kitchen menu, we chose Laksa, Tonkotsu Ramen, Eggs Benedict and French Toast. Guess who had the ramen? No, not my husband who is addicted to Naruto and his fave noodles! It was me! Ed had the Laksa, for a change.

I might have looked really weird to some diners and wait staff  because I ordered a different dish and ended up reaching for Ed's meal! Hahah! It happens all the time. Sorry, I know my  table etiquette, it's just too hard to resist!  And so, I got to try everything; including my husband's breakfast. :)

Ed and Lady in Sky on 57

The laksa, a soup dish made of thick rice vermicelli in spicy coconut broth, was great yet tad spicy for my taste. I'm glad I chose tonkotsu ramen, a noodle dish made of char sui pork ramen, soft boiled eggs and leeks. It was served piping hot. The meat was very tasty and the soup was so flavorful. No wonder why Ed likes ramen a lot!  

Tonkotso Ramen in Sky on 57
Tonkotsu Ramen
Laksa in Sky on 57

Moving on to my second breakfast dish, Eggs Benedict; toasted English muffins topped with ham, poached egg and melted cheese. The muffins were crispy and the toppings were delectable! Ed had French Toasts which of course I also got to taste! The french toasts were thick and golden, a little sweet and sinfully delicious. It was served with a slice of fresh strawberry, blueberry jam and cream.

French Toast in Sky on 57
French Toast
Eggs Benedict in Sky on 57
Eggs Benedict

We were so full that we almost forgot we can also grab some breakfast entrees at the buffet section. So, after we finished our coffee, we went to the buffet area to take a glass of fruit juice and to check the selections we have missed. There were croissants, muffins, sausage, bacon, cereals, fruits and a whole lot more!

brewed cafe in Sky on 57
a cup of brewed coffee 
different kinds of pastries in Sky on 57
yummy pastries
Fresh Fruits in Sky on 57
fresh fruits
juices in Sky on 57
fruit juices
Cereals and more in Sky on 57
cereals and more

Breakfast is at its finest at Sky on 57!!! The restaurant has a posh, yet very relaxed ambiance. It has a spectacular view of Singapore skyline and the Bay. A sophisticated breakfast with a breathtaking view at Sky on 57 only costs S$38 plus taxes. If given a chance, I'd definitely come back for dinner! 

Sky on 57
Marina Bay Sands, Tower 1

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