Formula One 2022: Restaurants In The Vicinity

The highly anticipated Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2022 event will soon be back! Fast cars and adrenaline pumping action awaits but don’t forget to fill your bellies before the exhilarating race.

It’s an exciting time for F1 fans as the racing event is finally back after being cancelled twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now attendees can witness as their favourite F1 drivers speed across the track once again to attain the winning title on Singapore’s famed circuit.

As the race is set to take place at night, event-goers will surely be in need of dinner before heading down to the track so here are some restaurants located in the vicinity:

Pacific Marketplace

For Satisfying Salads & Sandwiches
Pacific Marketplace’s all-day dining menu features a plethora of Asian delicacies including salads, sandwiches, pastries, and sharing dishes inspired by international cuisines. At this gourmet cafe, there’s no limit to what you can indulge in but we’d definitely recommend their Lobster Nicoise ($26) that comes with poached lobster tail, butterhead lettuce, boiled baby potatoes, green beans, eggs, black olives, tomatoes, red onions, and Pommery mustard vinaigrette. Pair this with their Pan Bagnet ($17), a classic tuna mix sourdough sandwich that’s topped with olive tapenade, and you’re in for a satisfying meal.

Sushi Murasaki

For A Specially Curated Omakase
With seasonal fish flown in directly from Tokyo’s famous Toyosu Fish Market, it’s no wonder Sushi Murasaki’s Omakase dining concept is a big hit with their patrons. That, and the fact that the two chefs helming the restaurant constantly push culinary boundaries by combining numerous cooking techniques, and ensuring that their dishes stay fresh and innovative. When dining in at Murasaki, guests are sure to leave with a greater appreciation for Japanese cuisine. Their menu changes based on whatever the chefs have planned so be sure to check in with them before you visit!

Mrs Pho

For Unique Vietnamese Style Hotpot
This just in: Mrs Pho has launched a new menu featuring brand new dishes—the Vietnamese Claypot Rice ($16), the Crackling Roasted Pork Vermicelli ($25), the Hanoi Style Chicken Pho ($12.90), and of course, their Mini HotPot Sets (prices vary). The uniquely Vietnamese hotpot soup bases include flavours such as the new Coastal Style Salmon Fish Soup Base, the briny Seafood Crab Bisque Mini Hotpot, and the comforting Pepper Pork Collagen Mini Hotpot.


For Fresh Oysters & Fine Whisky
Nestled within the CBD is Malts, a premium whisky bar that’s perfect for fine whisky and food that pairs brilliantly with the distilled alcoholic beverage. This one is definitely for all you whisky connoisseurs out there as they’ve got more than 150 different labels of whisky (prices vary) to choose from—we’re talking about everything from Glenmorangie and Glen Grant to Benriach and Tomatin.

Dolce Vita

For Wonderful Wagyu Beef Creations
Thanks to their newly appointed Restaurant Chef, Niccoló Ferrazzani, Dolce Vita’s Italian menu has been given a new lease of life, in the form of an exquisite selection of Wagyu beef creations. Their highlights now include the cured Wagyu bresaola as well as the pan seared Wagyu with charcoal tomato; both available in their 3/4/5 course set menus (priced at $108, $128 & $148 respectively). You’ll find that the chef somehow manages to retain the traditional flavours of authentic Italian cuisine while adding a unique modern twist to the dishes.

Pair any of their mains with their outstanding collection of fine wines (supplement of $50 for the 3 course menu, $50 for the 4 course & $70 for the 5 course) that’ve been meticulously curated by an award-winning sommelier and you’re pretty much set for the night!