Monti at 1-Pavilion

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~$120/pax
Known for its award-winning architectural marvel and elegant multi-concept space, Monti @ 1-Pavilion continues to be the bay’s jewel for authentic Italian-Tuscan excellence, new-age cocktail creations and reliable breath-taking views of the entire Marina Bay. Located at the iconic spherical Fullerton Pavilion, Monti was designed with versatility in mind – from rich, jewel-toned furnishings to floor-to-ceiling windows that provide copious natural light by day and the city's twinkle lights by night, she is a wonderful collision of both elegance and old-school charm. T Dining | Singapore Tatler: Best Restaurants 2018/19 Epicurean Star Award: Best Western Restaurant (Fine Dining): Finalist SG Top Restaurants: Best Restaurants 2017/2018 SG Top Restaurants: Best Restaurants 2019/2020 2018 WGS: Award of Excellence - Finalist 2019 WGS: Chef Felix – Semi-finalist for Chef of the Year 2019 WGS: Chef Felix – Semi-finalist for Innovative Chef of the Year 2019 WGS: Monti – Semi-finalist for Culina New World Wine List 2019 WGS: Monti – Semi-finalist for Restaurant of the Year 2019 WGS: Monti – Finalist for Luzerne Restaurant Design of the Year

82 Collyer Quay
The Fullerton Pavilion
Singapore 049327

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Friday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

This post is probably more than a year late but I'm going to post it anyways.

Visited Monti for their brunch menu last year. With a classy interior coupled with a view of Marina Bay, Monti is a rather popular restaurant for dates, events, or even a venue to hold a small wedding. We opted for their Wagyu Beef Tartare, 12-hours Slow Cooked Beef Cheek, and Slow Cooked Pork Belly (& ravioli that I forgot which it was).

Overall, nice ambience, great service, ok food. The food were rather average and nothing really stood out to me. Probably a restaurant to go if ambience, view and service are more important criteria for you.

(Disclaimer: this review was based on my experience over a year ago and they might have updated the menu or improved their dishes)

Rating: 6.5 / 10

[Weekend colapranzo buffet] Not a big fan of panna cotta but I must say this was pretty good! Consistency was just right, very smooth and almost melts in your mouth 😋

[Weekend colapranzo buffet] One of the few times when choc really FLOWS out upon slicing a choc lava cake. The chocolate was really good we had two portions of this even though we were already stuffed at this point. This is a must-try!

[Weekend colapranzo buffet] Was amazed by the appetizers - all rly delicious! Nv tasted anything like the spinach flan before, had a silky smooth texture, drowned in cheese fondue. Burrata looked dry but was creamy and the seared tuna salad was so refreshing.

[Weekend colapranzo buffet] This was one of the selections from the Mains section in the buffet! Portions are sizable and even the mains were free-flow. Fresh and flaky fish, though the skin could be crispier.

I went for dinner during sg restaurant week which costed $98++ for 4 courses. I had the roasted gilmar octopus, risoni pasta, thyme roasted cod fillet and zabaglione. Other than the starter, the rest of the courses were not impressionable. I would recommend going for ala carte or their degustation menu instead which was $138++ for 6 courses if I remember correctly. The views were really awesome and the service was pleasant. I won't mind going back again to try other dishes.

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