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Marina Bay Sands National Day Dining Specials 2019 (July/August)


This year, celebrate the nation’s 54th birthday with Marina Bay Sands with a line-up of spectacular National Day specials this July and August.

LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, will be offering a special gin-based cocktail, Singa-star(S$25++) for the month of AugustMade with Monkey 47 gin, Cinzano Bianco vermouth, blueberry merlot tea infused with grapefruit, watermelon and mint syrups, pink grapefruit juice, topped with soda and garnished with starfruit, the cocktail is an ode to Singapura. Opt for a premium view of the 9th August fireworks by booking an outdoor table.

Relax, unwind and enjoy bespoke cocktails on the eve of National Day (8th August) at AVENUE Lounge, as the bar will be offering one-for-one cocktails house pours, beer and house wines. The promotion runs from 7pm to 9pm as part of AVENUE’s on-going Happy Hour promotion every Thursday. Giving a nod to the Little Red Dot, AVENUE has also introduced the cocktail Sunny Island (S$22++) as part of its new cocktail menu, made with Barsol pisco, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, lemon, egg white and angostura bitters.

From 9th to 11th August, Black Tap Craft Burgers and Beer brings its locally-inspired The Straits Shake (S$22++) back to its CrazyShakes line-up. Savour the sweet nuances of gula melaka and coconut cream in the vanilla-based milkshake, and relieve the summer heat with the tropical pineapple popsicle atop the milkshake. This nostalgic treat also features old-school confectionaries such as pineapple jam biscuits, coconut butter biscuits and chocolate gems.

An ode to Singaporeans’ love for the King of Fruits, db Bistro & Oyster Bar will be serving its signature durian “royale” soufflé (S$18++) in celebrations of National Day. The light and fluffy soufflé filled with premium mao shan wang durian puree is served with a scoop of refreshing mangosteen sorbet. Sip on the classic Singapore sling (S$28++), an enticing gin-based tipple best paired with the restaurant’s signature seafood offerings.

Rise will be serving a medley of Singapore delights in addition to its regular sumptuous spread. From 5th to 8th August, guests can enjoy dinner buffet at S$54++ per adult (original price: S$72++), in celebration of Singapore’s 54th birthday. The special menu will include local favourites, such as a fried carrot cake live station, Singapore chili crab, chicken murtabak, and chicken and beef satay with ketupat. Round up the meal on a sweet note with a bowl of warm pulut hitam and the crispy goreng pisang with coconut ice-cream and gula melaka.

On National Day (9 August), Rise will be offering two dinner seatings[1] (S$88++ per adult, S$38++ per child). Highlights include the iberico pork shoulder char siew, aromatic saffron infused mutton biryani, and the traditional ikan bawal kasturi, a fresh silver pomfret with citrus calamansi. Other highlights include the hearty Singapore bak kut teh, a majestic whole steamed barramundi with sambal carving station, as well as live stations serving Singapore oyster omelet and kong bak bao.

From 1st to 9th August (12pm – 2pm), Renku will be serving lunch sets featuring an array of Singapore’s local favourites. Highlights include Renku’s signature Singapore style hokkien meechar kway teow, and limited time specials such as the traditional nasi lemak setEach lunch set (S$18 nett) includes a slice of traditional nyonya kueh and a glass of teh tarik or grass jelly with soya milk.

Adrift’s signature Chef’s Table Series is making a return on 25th July (7pm) with a whisky-pairing dinner titled Wagyu and Whisky. Diners can look forward to a decadent five-course menu, featuring dishes such as the succulent 60-day dry-aged striploinNorwegian langoustine with brown butter, and soy marinated beef tartare with koji crème and nashi pear. Each course is paired with a glass of whisky from contemporary whisky label Compass Box. The dinner is priced at S$268++ per pax.

This July, jazz up a dinner or bar experience with the brand new Adrift: Friday Night Live series, featuring live music performances from 8pm every Friday. Groove to snazzy beats by live bands and sing along to familiar tunes over handcrafted cocktails and fun bites.

Yardbird Southern Table and Bar will be celebrating its second anniversary with a burger and brew set (S$35++), available for the whole month of July. Highlights include Impossible burger or Yardbird’s signature the great American burgerfeaturing house-smoked pork belly, a short rib, brisket and chuck blend meat patty and American cheese. Each burger is paired with a glass of Pabst Blue Ribbon Draught beer.

This July, Black Tap Singapore is offering a refreshing twist to its line-up of monthly burger specials with a new black and brie wagyu burger salad (S$28++). Skip the carbs and opt for the flavourful burger salad, served with blue cheese vinaigrette dressing. Creamy brie cheese slices, feta cheese crumbles and a thick slice of smoky-charred wagyu patty sit atop a generous serving of baby arugula leaves, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes and red onion jam. Enjoy the salad with a glass of chilled craft beer or a towering CrazyShake to complete the meal.

Grammy Award-winning American rapper, Lil Jon, best known for popularizing the crunk music genre in the 2000s and hit singles including Get LowYeah! with R&B icon Usher, and Turn Down For What with DJ Snake, is set to helm the decks of Singapore’s hottest nightclub Marquee on Thursday, 8th August.

His performance will kick off the National Day weekend festivities at MARQUEE, which will be followed by MARQUEE Academy on Friday, 9th August, featuring a line-up of homegrown DJs helming the decks, including DJs Jade Rasif, Mix Mischiefs, Krumbs, up and coming local DJ VII, and MARQUEE resident DJs Mass and Tang. The party continues on Saturday 10th August and Sunday 11th August with guest DJs.

Limited tickets for all four nights are available online, priced at S$38 excluding booking fee via Tickets will also be made available at the door on the night, subject to availability.

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