SALT GRILL & SKY BAR

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Salt Grill & Sky Bar

Brought our eldest son on a date way up high overlooking Singapore. Salt Grill & Sky Bar by Luke Mangan is one of my favourite places for steak.. plus, that view!

The restaurant is actually pretty kid-friendly, with attentive staff and an enticing childrens menu. And.. I figure dining out with the boys is a great way to show them how to treat their date, when they’re all grown up ;)

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

That view though

It’s best to dine here at 6PM onwards, so you get sweeping views of Singapore city, and also get to capture the gorgeous sunset. Here’s Hunter appreciating our concrete jungle ;)

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Home made chips – squid ink, sweet potato, potato

We kicked off with some cocktails and home made chips. I loved the truffled dip they came with, and I think of this as the fancy version of beer-and-fries ;)

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Kids menu fish & chips

This was Hunter’s dinner choice, the kids fish & chips. I thought it was decent value as it came with 2 large chunks of fish, which was deliciously moist on the inside and crisp on the outside.

Only thing I would suggest is to include some steamed vegetables on the side – there wasn’t a veggie in sight here!

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Burrata – beets, heirloom tomatoes, peach, basil, honey thyme dressing ($29)

I can’t ever resist once I spot Burrata ($29) on the menu. The creamy, light, chilled cheese paired so well with the multi-coloured heirloom tomatoes.

Only issue? The dish was t-i-n-y.. I was expecting about double the portion size, given the price.

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Charcuterie, grilled bread, pickles ($31)

Nothing whets the appetite more than a good ‘ol Charcuterie ($31) platter. The thin shavings of Iberico ham and salami were a delight. The little bread pieces were a tad skimpy, but I assume you could ask for a top up.

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

300g New Zealand Angus pure sirloin, beef wholegrain marmalade, watercress, shallot ($82) with Truffle oil and Parmesan fries ($14)

Salt Grill & Sky Bar do amazing steaks; this time I had the 300g New Zealand Angus pure sirloin ($82). I don’t understand the pile of watercress on top of the steak – it seemed a bit redundant (and I also really dislike watercress!) – I’d have preferred a fresh salad to the side.

The steak, though, was perfectly cooked and absolutely delicious. You can’t go wrong with a high quality slab of meat, char grilled and resting its in own juices!

Of course, Truffle oil and Parmesan fries ($14) are a must. They really should be included with the steak dish, but oh well. Shoe string fries are my weakness, so I adored these!

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Banana Parfait with Peanut Brittle, Chocolate Mousse and Salted Caramel Sauce ($19)

My beautifully presented Banana Parfait with Peanut Brittle, Chocolate Mousse and Salted Caramel Sauce ($19).The mix of sweet, salty, creamy and crunchy was fantastic! An exquisite dessert, and I’d re-order any time.

 

Salt Grill & Sky Bar - Luke Mangan

Signature Chocolate Molten Lava cake

You can’t go wrong with Molten Lava Cake and this one came with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and biscuit crumble. Candid shot. Hunter really did dig into this with much gusto! No posing required ;)

Salt Grill & Sky Bar is particularly nice in the afternoons and early evenings, since you can enjoy your meal with the sunlight streaming in from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Though, for a romantic date, nothing beats night dining above a twinkling city!

 
 

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