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10 Rooftop Restaurants In Singapore For Affordable Date Nights Under $50++

3rd August 2023

Best rooftop restaurants in Singapore under $50++

When it comes to picking a suitable spot for date night, the quality of food matters just as much as the romantic ambience. If you really want to impress that special someone without breaking the bank, we’ve got you covered with this list of 10 affordable rooftop restaurants in Singapore, priced under $50++ a person!

1. Supply & Demand

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Accompanied by live music and a gorgeous view of the CBD, Supply & Demand is a great rooftop restaurant to impress your date at. You can even dedicate songs to flaunt your taste in music.

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The menu largely features Italian dishes with a twist. This Morning After ($29++) catches our eye as it is a reinvention of a full English breakfast as a pizza. Toppings include mushrooms, a runny egg, and bacon, as well as the usual marinara sauce and mozzarella. They also have a plant-based menu for vegetarians and vegans, with dishes such as Meatballs With A Crunch ($24++) made with Impossible meat.

Address: 8 Raffles Avenue, #01-13 Annexe, Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11.30pm to 3pm, 5pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6336 0588
Supply & Demand is not a halal-certified eatery

2. Kinki Restaurant and Bar

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Kinki is a rooftop restaurant and bar that offers a panoramic view of Marina Bay. In the evening, you and your date can marvel at the light show display by Marina Bay Sands without squeezing with the crowd.

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Expect a Japanese-centric menu here. Start off the meal with your choice of maki rolls from their selection, including options with foie gras and scallop, or soft shell crab. Most of these are priced under $30++. For mains, we recommend the Crispy Ume Kurobuta Belly ($32++), where pork belly is marinated with an ume honey plum dressing, then fried till crisp.

Address: 70 Collyer Quay #02-02, Customs House, Singapore 049323
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6533 3471
Kinki Restaurant and Bar is not a halal-certified eatery

3. Fry Rooftop Bistro And Bar

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Fry Rooftop Bistro And Bar offers a gorgeous view of the Duxton district with a lively atmosphere. Sip on your favourite drink as you and your date watch the sunset behind the neighbouring buildings.

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You could order their thicc Fry Beef Burger ($26++), which comes with a chunky 100% ground beef patty along with an oozy slice of grilled cheese. There’s also Chicken Roulade ($26++)—from its spinach and mozzarella stuffing to rich, creamy truffle mash potato served on the side, which screams indulgence. If you want to enjoy some drinks with your meal, swing by from Monday to Thursday between 5pm and 7pm to enjoy 20% off the booze menu, apart from bottles.

Address: 96B Club Street, Singapore 069464
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 5pm to 12am
Tel: 8418 5995
Fry Rooftop Bistro and Bar is not a halal-certified eatery



Founded by a local DJ, HONCHO is a lifestyle and dining concept located in Ann Siang Hill. Their menu focuses on mod-Japanese fare—including air-flown sashimi—complemented by a wide selection of Japanese sakes. Start off your evening with a few tipples at Jō, their rooftop bar, which overlooks the bustle of Chinatown.


Then, for dinner, head down to the ground floor for your meal at HONCHO. Enjoy small bites including Mekajiki Ceviche ($18++), a Japanese take on the well-known Peruvian appetiser, then work your way up to their mains. The Yakitori Squad ($20++) is one to try if you love skewers, as it comes with a medley, including gizzards. Otherwise, treat yourself to Uni Capellini ($36++), where pasta is tossed in a smoked uni butter sauce, then served with a selection of seafood.

Address: 12 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069692
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 5pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 8779 9537
HONCHO is not a halal-certified eatery

5. Florian

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Italian cuisine is a failsafe option for dates. At rooftop restaurant Florian, you get a menu that’s a love letter to Venice, along with a stunning view of the downtown area.

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Kickstart your meal with your selection of burrata, priced from $23++, with a variety of toppings apart from the usual tomato and arugula. Next, choose from their pizza or pasta line-ups for mains. We recommend going for their Wagyu Bolognese ($33++) for something indulgent, as the house-made ragu is rendered extra lush thanks to the marbled Wagyu. 

Address: 41 Seah Street, Singapore 188396
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 7am to 11pm, Fri-Sat 7am to 11.30pm
Tel: 9863 6361
Florian is not a halal-certified eatery

6. Southbridge

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If your idea of a romantic date is enjoying good conversations on a rooftop bar, with drinks and light bites, then Southbridge is a great bet. This hidden gem in Boat Quay offers scenic views of the CBD, affordable oysters, and a broad selection of gins.

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Oysters are priced at $30++ for six, and are available in four different flavour combos. Alternatively, visit during happy hour and enjoy these oysters for just $23++. Otherwise, the bar also has small plates, such as their Octopus Taco ($19++) dressed with mentaiko sauce, or Chicken Karaage ($18++) served with a punchy Sriracha mayo. Come from Sunday to Thursday to enjoy 1-for-1 Gin and Tonic between 5pm to 8pm. Usually priced at $18++ per drink, you now just pay $9++ each.

Address: 80 Boat Quay, Level 5, Rooftop, Singapore 049868
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 12am
Tel:  6877 6965
Southbridge is not a halal-certified eatery

7. Sweetea Caffe


Sweetea Caffe isn’t your conventional rooftop restaurant. Instead, it is a retro diner in Chinatown that has a balcony dining area, where you can enjoy views of the busy, colourful streets below.


Come for their afternoon tea set here, which is priced at $48.80. The tiered set includes sweet and savoury bites, such as ondeh ondeh cake and fries. While the food may not wow, Sweetea Caffe does offer a novel dining experience if you’re looking to impress your date. Do note that dining at the balcony requires advance booking.

Read our Sweetea Caffe review.

Address: 15A & 15B Trengganu Street, Chinatown Complex, Singapore 058469
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 2pm to 10.30pm
Sweetea Caffe is not a halal-certified eatery

8. Lavo

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Lavo at Marina Bay Sands may be a popular rooftop restaurant for dinner and their famed weekend champagne brunches, but they also do relatively affordable lunch sets if you’re looking for a midday date. Their weekday two-course set is priced at $45++, while their three-course set is priced at $55++. Factor in the stunning views of the bay area, and Lavo becomes the choice to help you score brownie points with bae.

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Depending on your set option, you get a main, and either an appetiser and/or dessert. Highlights here include Pollo Ripieno Di Ricotta E Spinaci, a spinach and ricotta-stuffed chicken breast with a side of mushroom ragu and thyme chicken jus, and Cacciuccio Alla Livornese, a fish and shellfish stew with garlic-infused sourdough. 

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Tower 1, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 12am, Sun 12pm-12am
Tel: 6688 8591
Lavo is not a halal-certified eatery

9. Mr. Stork

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Cuddle up with bae in candlelit teepee huts while enjoying 360-degree views of the CBD at Mr. Stork, a rooftop restaurant at Andaz Singapore.

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With a curated menu focusing on Asian fare, you can expect familiar dishes with elevated ingredients, such as Char Siu Pork Belly Steamed Buns ($22++), Vegetables Spring Roll ($15++), and Fried Curry Potato Samosas ($18++). End off your meal on a sweet note with the Dessert Platter ($16++), which features a selection of macarons, kaya choux puff, and mint chocolate lollipops. 

Address: 5 Fraser Street, Level 39, Andaz Singapore, Singapore 189354
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 5pm-12am, Fri-Sat 5pm-1am
Tel: 9008 7707
Mr. Stork is not a halal-certified eatery

10. Potato Head

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Keeping with the theme of their original location in Bali, Potato Head brings the laid-back, vibrant atmosphere of a tropical paradise to the city centre with their beach-inspired décor.

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This is accompanied by their menu with offerings that will transport you to the beach clubs of Bali. Get a plate of Indonesian Beef Sate ($15++) to share, starring chargrilled beef marinated in punchy kecap manis and served with fresh red chilli, or split a pair of their refreshing Watermelon Man Wagyu Sliders ($20++ for one/$38++ for two). Otherwise,order their Pinatubo ($25++), a Tiki-themed cocktail that blends coconut, pineapple and lime with rum. 

Address: 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143
Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am
Tel: 6327 1939
Potato Head is not a halal-certified eatery

Affordable rooftop restaurants in Singapore with a view

As your bae falls deeper in love with you after a date in one of those rooftop restaurants, you could consider these rooftop bars to up the anté. Featuring everything from beautiful rooftop bars with cheap drinks to high-SES ones for ballers, you can be sure that there’s an option for you.

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Featured image adapted from @frybistro, @supplydemandsin, Potato Head, Andaz, Lavo, and Florian.

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