National Day Fireworks Viewing Spots 2013 [Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay]

This is part 3 of 3 of the National Day Fireworks Viewing Spots, if you like to see the restaurants from Marina Bay Sands please click here. If you would like to see restaurants from Fullerton Road please click here.


Come to Esplanade to not only gaze upon the quirky Durian design but to go to the top to see the view.
Also filled with a number of restaurants to choose from. Esplanade is easily accessible through the City Hall MRT or Esplanade MRT Station. Expect a 10 minute underground walk.


The view from on top of the Esplanade

Orgo Bar & Lab


Stretch out in Orgo’s rooftop bar as you look above at the fireworks. And have the choice of a multitude of drinks to choose from prepared by Orgo’s master mixologist, Tomoyuki Kitazoe. Orgo is also having a special deal for NDP 2013 for a celebration buffet and birthday drink.
Adults – $120 Children – $60

Orgo Bar
8 Raffles Avenue,
#04-01, Esplanade-Theaters on the Bay, Roof Terrace,
Singapore 039802

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Sauce [American]


Sauce is currently renovating its outdoor dining area just in time for National Day and will be open on the 6th of August. But when it is finally completed, be ready to be amazed by what they have planned, as you sit back and enjoy the fireworks.

8 Raffles Avenue,
#01-10/12 Esplanade Mall,
Singapore 039802

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Equinox [European]

Accessible from City Hall MRT


Step on to the 70th floor of The Stamford and be greeted to a breathing taking view of Singapore. Settle down in the Ming dynasty inspired decor of the restaurant as you choose between some world-class cuisine. All while the fireworks are shooting off in front of you.

Swissôtel The Stamford,
2 Stamford Road, Level 70,
Equinox Complex, Singapore 178882

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No matter where you choose.
Kaimen guarantees that you will have a great time with family and friends under the firework lit sky.
We here at Kaimen wish you an amazing National Day!

And to skip the queue, do yourself a favor and use Kaimen to search, reserve, and eat!


CRONUTS!! Cronut in Singapore and Malaysia!


What is a Cronut™?

Described by many as a half croissant, half doughnut — this pastry hybrid by Chef Dominique Ansel is taking the world by storm. After its launch on May 10, 2013, Cronut fans spanned the world from Berlin to Singapore, making it the most viral dessert item to date.

– Cronut 101, Dominique Ansel Bakery


The introduction of the Cronut™ has spawned many copycats all around the world. To consumers who are not able to try the original cronut from New York City, fret not – your local bakeries may be trying to re-create the same thing! If you stay in Singapore or Malaysia, you’re in luck as we are telling you where to find them in your very own hometowns!


In Singapore, we have:

The Crodo by Da Paolo Gastronomia , may appear like a donut, is made from croissant dough which is deep-fried then cream filled and finished with a sweet glaze. Donut fans can now enjoy a donut with the luscious texture of a croissant while Croissant lovers can enjoy the same light fluffy delicate layers of the Croissant paired adventurously with the sweet fried sugared delights of the Donut.


In Malaysia:

These babies will be available from the 3rd to 30th July at Delectable by Su (LG, The Gardens Mall). Priced at RM10 each, there are currently three flavours available: the Caramel Praline, Coconut Kaya and Lemon Strawberry. Baked goods and locally inspired flavours, yum!

The Big Group are now offering their ‘KLonuts’ at Dessert Storm, their latest pop-up dessert bar in Ben’s Independent Grocer (Publika). There are four flavours: signature Peanut Butter and Caramel, Lemon Curd and Meringue, Cheesecake and Chocolate. These flaky treats will be available from Tuesdays to Sundays, between 4pm – 10pm!



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