Dining Out 1 minute 15 September 2017

10 Drinks And Dining Deals for the 10th Singapore Grand Prix

Here’s where to eat and drink over the F1 weekend.

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Formula One fever is taking over Singapore again, this time for its tenth edition. Even if you’re not that into racecars, there’s plenty of ways to get in on the fun. We suss out 10 places that have specially created menus and great dining deals this F1 weekend.
Race-themed offerings at the Bee's Knees
Race-themed offerings at the Bee's Knees

Race-themed offerings at Bee’s Knees at The Garage
When: 8-17 September
What: Enjoy fun race-themed all-day brunch favourites like Traffic Light Pancakes ($14++) and Monochrome Linguine ($18++).

A quieter F1 celebration at The Summerhouse
When: 17 September
What: German Head Chef Florian Ridder pays homage to his racing idol Michael Schumacher—Schumacher is German but drives for Italian team Ferrari—with Italian-German brunch creations ($14-$32++) and F1-inspired cocktails ($18++) at The Summerhouse, far far away from the maddening crowds in the city.

$10 meal deals at Marina Square
When: 5-17 September
What: If you’re headed to a mall near the tracks on F1 weekend, hit up Marina Square for great $10 dining deals at a range of restaurants including Chic-a-boo Fried Chicken, Bao Today, Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh and Yechun Xiao Jiang Nan.

Free-flow at Brotzeit Raffles City

When: 15-17 September
What: Brotzeit at Raffles City will be extending their opening hours to 4am on 15-17 Sept, all the better to enjoy the special F1 promotion of 2-hour free-flow draft beer at $38++ per person.

Champagne brunch at Zafferano
Champagne brunch at Zafferano

Aerial views at Zafferano
When: 16 & 17 September
What: Saturday brunch ($138++) from 12-3pm features a free flow of G.H. Mumm Champagne and contemporary Italian dishes served at the table. Terrace Lounge will be serving unlimited pourings and pizzas ($68++) on Saturday from 7-10pm alongside an aerial view of the track, and Sunday will see free flow of prosecco, house wines and beers from 7-10pm at $48++.

Brunch and boating at Monti
When: 16 & 17 September
What: Enjoy lavish brunch buffet packages ($90-160++) accompanied by live jazz music along the circuit’s most exhilarating hairpin turn, and take to the sea with an exclusive sailing experience on Marina Bay.

Omakase Set at The Container
When: 15-17 September
What: Soak in the views along Boat Quay as you tuck into a special Omakase set ($55++) featuring The Container’s wagyu signatures. The set also includes a pint of Asahi draft, and you can chase it down with a shot of Wagyu Whisky at just $10 nett when you purchase the Omakase set.

A private dining room in Summer Pavilion
A private dining room in Summer Pavilion

Michelin-star Meal at Summer Pavilion
When: 15-17 September
What: The Singapore Grand Prix set lunch and dinner menus ($128++ per person) at the one Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion feature highlights such as the double-boiled abalone soup served in a whole coconut, pan-fried king scallop and black truffle sauce, and poached quinoa with lobster meat. You might want to consider booking one of the six private dining rooms ($2,888++ for 10) that overlook the track.

Formula Juan F1esta at Super Loco Customs House
When: 15 September
What: Party from 6pm till late and dance to the beats of a guest DJ in the heart of the city. Drinks specials include Little Creatures Pale Ale at $55+ a bucket and Villa Conchi Brut Cava at $70+ a bottle.

Wagyu barbecue at Stellar @ 1-Altitude
When: 16 & 17 September
What: Nothing like a hearty Wagyu barbecue brunch ($140++) with a soaring view of the city to get you up to speed for the Grand Prix. The brunch is $180++ with free flow prosecco.

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