There is a cover charge of S$30 (including one standard housepour)
Age Limit from 10pm onwards: 21 (ladies), 25 (gentlemen)
Dress to impress!
You’d expect a self-styled “world-class nightlife destination” to be at the top of their game and at 1-Altitude, you won’t be disappointed. Sitting on floors 62 and 63 of the world-famous One Raffles Place, 1-Altitude and accompanying restaurant Stellar is the world’s highest alfresco bar and boasts a sensational 360° vista of one of the world’s trendiest cities.
Opened in July 2010, the bar is amongst the most popular in all of Singapore. Notwithstanding the view, there’s so much more to be dazzled by. Between 6.00pm and 8.00pm, Sundown Affair is the perfect post-work chillout bar with a relaxed vibe, sunset cocktails and a menu of small plates and light bites including charcuterie plates, gourmet pizzas and traditional bar snacks but come nightfall, 1-Altitude get some serious attitude.
When the city 308 yards below the guests’ Louboutin-clad, neon-surrounded feet lights up, live music, Singapore’s top DJs (including Leonard T and The Funkman) and the city’s “work hard, party harder” crowd rock up and turn the chillout vibe up to level 11…
Boasting the same floor-to-ceiling windows as 1-Altitude upstairs with the same sensational views, Stellar is an award-winning fine dining restaurant with a multi-concept open kitchen. Not for vanity but to pay homage to the concept that dining is done with not only the taste buds but with all the senses. Food needs to be seen, heard and listened to and Executive Chef Christopher Millar has created a stunning à la carte menu at S$95pp featuring the best seasonal produce and prepared in his “culinary workshop” but the star, literally, is his Stellar Constellations Gastronomic tasting menu. Choose from six (S$120), seven (S$140) or eight (S$160) courses as well as two glasses of Krug Grand Cuvée at S$65 each for a quite exquisite epicurean escapade.
1-Altitude has a huge wine list covering new and old world reds, whites and rosés, vodkas and whiskys including a 2003 Dom Perignon Rose for S$1,100, a 1985 Chateau Haut Brion, Graves for S$1,700, a bottle of 32 year-old Ardbeg Single Malt Whisky for S$2,600 and a six-litre bottle of Belvedere vodka for S$2,000 but these aside, drinks aren’t as expensive as they are elsewhere in the city. 1-Altitude is the natural habitat of the cocktail drinker and the list, with Asian influences, is as classic as it gets. The signature is the Zen Breeze, a mix of vodka, green tea, lemongrass and mint which will refresh you but won’t make your head spin as you look down at the streets, almost a third of a kilometre below…
The ethos of the owners of 1-Altitude is to give visitors an experience like no other in Singapore and after one visit you’ll know they fulfilled their brief.