Artemis Grill literally takes patrons to new heights—the elegant restaurant hovers 40 stories above Singapore’s glittering skyline. Kick off your meal with a drink or two on the outdoor garden terrace, then dive into the flavorful Mediterranean menu, starting with charcuterie or a selection from the raw bar. Appetizers range from smoked eel to a mélange of wild mushrooms, and entrées include grilled lobster and slow-cooked Iberico pork with cognac-apple compote. When it’s time for dessert, get the salted-vanilla ice cream or grand cru chocolate ganache with banana cream. Insider tip: The lunch menus are fantastic, and their prices are more reasonable.
Capita Green Joins the Rooftop Scene
You may be thinking that the one thing Singapore does not need is another rooftop bar—and you’d be correct that sky-high venues that charge a lot for drinks are a dime a dozen now in the downtown core. But recently I have found myself going back to Artemis, the new offering at the top of Capita Green, again and again despite my rooftop fatigue. A lot of Artemis’ appeal has to do with the service—friendly, responsive, professional—sad to say that getting good service is still a struggle in many outlets of this caliber. The drinks and food are also very good and at these prices you’d expect them to be. It goes without saying that the views and 40th floor breezes are lovely. Capita Green’s commitment to green energy, evident in the wind-turbine fans high above the bar, and the restaurant’s commitment to organic produce and sustainability, are also selling points.