With stunning waterfront views over Marina Bay and an elegant afternoon tea, The Landing Point is a sophisticated choice.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is an exquisitely beautiful venue that celebrates Singapore’s history, entwining stories of the past with contemporary splendour. Located on the site where sea passengers and immigrants used to land in Singapore, various spots around the hotel incorporate original historical features in new resplendence.
Of the many dining delights at The Fullerton Bay Hotel is Afternoon Tea at The Landing Point. This traditional repast has been updated and elevated, with a touch of Singaporean influence in the sweet and savoury nibbles while retaining classics like cucumber sandwiches and English scones with clotted cream.
With gorgeous views across the waterfront from the long windows, a spacious outdoor terrace and plenty of seating around the majestic 13m long bar and on comfortable sofas, guests enjoy the ambience as much as the food and drinks.
The Landing Point has stunning flooring consisting of bespoke marble mosaics, while elegant glass lamps and modern chandeliers provide additional light, making it an ideal gathering place for the sophisticated chic to catch up and relax.
Those partaking in the Afternoon Tea may choose from an extensive selection of TWG teas and infusions and coffees, which are refilled during the meal. For an additional charge, sparkling and other wines, cocktails, spirits and juices are also available.
The dazzling array of sweet and savoury nibbles is served on a stylish three-tier stand and includes a range of open and closed finger sandwiches, wraps and tarts alongside delicate pastries, sweet macarons and madeleines. While the exact composition of the food can change, you can always ask for more of the ones you particularly like.
Without doubt, the salted caramel tarts are a favourite with their rich chocolate pastry case, dark chocolate custard and caramel filling with a sprinkling of sea salt. The lemon tart is equally popular for its rich curd with a super citrusy bite.
A savoury temptation is the Boston lobster cornet à l’Oriental with luscious, succulent bites of lobster in a crispy cone with hints of black sesame. The creamy duck rillette is also good, sometimes served in a crepe and other times in a sesame bun, while the smoked duck in a capsicum wrap is also tempting.
Other delights include pistachio puffs, fruit cake, tiny quiche and smoked salmon mille-feuille with caviar, as well as the warm scones with clotted cream and berry jam.
Afternoon Tea at The Landing Point is popular, so a reservation is advised. On weekdays you can indulge from 3pm to 5.30pm, while on weekends there are two seatings, from 12pm to 2pm and 3pm to 5pm.
The Landing Point
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326