12.00pm – late. A gentlemen-only cover charge of S$28 applies on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9.00pm (which includes a complimentary drink) as well as the eve of public holidays. There is a cover charge of S$38 on Fridays and Saturdays for both gentlemen and women and on Wednesdays, the Diamond Life ladies’ night offers drinks and fabulous prizes.
Stylish chic from 6.00pm onwards in the Restaurant and SkyBar and from 8pm at the Club Lounge and includes no shorts, slippers, singlets or tank tops. CÉ LA VI operates a more relaxed dress codes on Sundays.
As if the iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Casino wasn’t five-star glam enough with its stunning infinity pool and floor-to-ceiling windows, the CÉ LA VI restaurant and SkyBar, fifty-seven floors up offers guests fine Modern Asian dining, classic cocktails with a twist and arguably the best view of the famous skyline and the Singapore Strait in the entire city.
Billed as Asia’s leading lifestyle destination, the award-winning restaurant and bar sets exceptionally high standards as a sophisticated and unrivalled rooftop experience and attracts the kings and queens of Singapore’s (and the world’s) social scene, including in recent months the likes of David Beckham and Robert de Niro.
Inside, it’s hard to know where to look – the beautiful people, the sensational scenery or the grandeur of the design, taking inspiration from Javanese, Balinese, Khmer and Japanese Zen cultures.
The gastronomic adventure takes guests on an indulgent journey around Asia and includes bar snacks, lunch and dinner tasting menus from S$48 and full à la carte, complete with some of the finest Wagyu steaks in the entire region. The beef is so exclusive that Kusunoki Farm in the Kagoshima Prefecture in Japan only exports a maximum of four heads of cattle per month to Singapore. Executive Chef Frederic Faucheux has created and refined a menu as impressive as the view.
While CÉ LA VI boasts a wine list that would sit comfortably in most Michelin-starred dining rooms, the cocktail list under the direction of Head Mixologist Knut Randhem is a heady mix of classics with a twist and signature mixes with Asian influences honed over years. The bestsellers include the Storm Cooler, a sweet ‘n’ sour concoction of Grey Goose vodka, passion fruit juice, honey and raw liquorice powder and the Whisky Charlie Mango constructed with military precision with Auchentoshan Three Wood single malt whisky, house-made mango cordial, zesty lemon and fiery chilli bitters. For a genuine 007 throwback to the drink James Bond ordered in Casino Royale, the Kiku Vesper (Japanese for chrysanthemum) is made with Tanqueray Ten gin, yuzu shochu and homemade dry sake tonic.
At CÉ LA VI you’ll find the world’s leading DJs, spectacular views of the nightly Marina Bay Sands laser show and Singapore’s fashionistas 200 metres above the city’s streets.