Discover an All-Time High Hilltop Dining Experience at Faber Peak Singapore, 100-Metres above Sea Level.
Perched on top of Faber Peak, Dusk Restaurant & Bar promises a vantage point for panoramic views of Harbourfront and Sentosa Island. As night falls, be awed by the breath-taking sunsets amid lush rainforests. So Instagram worthy and the kids will get a kick out of being so close to the cable cars.
Having honed his skills at Le Centenaire, a Michelin 3-Star Hotel in France, as well as the French kitchen of JQ Concepts Pte Ltd in Taipei, Chef Kenny Yeo wields his culinary repertoire in different forms of European cuisines and serves them all under one roof at Dusk.
The menu has been created entirely by Executive Chef Kenny Yeo – there are 36 items on the menu which distinguishes itself with European tapas featuring all-time favourites from Spain, Italy, France and Germany.
While most of my dishes are European in origin, I have incorporated Asian ingredients into some of my creations to offer something unexpected, yet familiar, to pique the palate of our local audience. ~Executive Chef Kenny Yeo.
These Asian-inspired dishes include the Tiger Prawn Capellini ($28++) tossed in lobster-infused oil and Japanese seaweed, and Premium Sea Scallops with Ikura.
The menu is designed for sharing, so explore and order a variety of dishes to tantalise your taste buds, you won’t regret it. There is also a Sunday brunch menu with three choices for adults and two for children. Prices start at $10 for tapas and $19 for entrées.
Such an exploratory meal calls for some decadent cocktails. The cocktail menu features the Nitro-frosting technique – it injects nitrogen into the cocktail through an aerator, and causes the concoction to stay chilled for longer periods of time compared to conventional methods of preparation, despite the ambient heat. Cocktails go for between $15 to $16 each.
Why We Think Its Great
The menu is refreshing and the use of ingredients melds into something so wonderful – the Tiger Prawn Capellini was out of this world! And let’s not forget the amazeballs cocktails, you have to try at least one. Or two. Or three. But really the views alone are worth the visit in my opinion. The ambience is chilled and casual which is great even if you’re coming all hot and sweaty from a balmy day at Sentosa. I suggest you leave your car at Harbourfront (don’t drive if you’re drinking, of course!) and take the cable car up to Dusk – such an exhilarating treat for the kiddos.
Dusk Restaurant & Bar | 109 Mount Faber Road, Faber Peak, Singapore 099203
Damelza Harris-Olsen is your multi-tasking, on-the-go mum to two active little boys. When not stuck on writing, you’ll find her on adventures with her husband and sons, on a photoshoot somewhere painting faces or on a home (re)decorating binge.