The 33rd floor of the Marina Bay Financial Tower is home to the world’s highest micro-brewery, Level 33. In the midst of business and financial chaos lies the funky yet tranquil high end restaurant. After traveling 33 stories in the private elevator, you step into a world of awe and amazing food. Walk past the hostess towards the dining area and you find 6 huge rose gold tubs brewing different types of their signature beers. Most notably, they are working on their brand new Champagne Beer, launching on June 7th. Run by their master brewer, the quality of their beer is incredible. The dining area lines a large floor to ceiling window overlooking the famous and breathtaking Marina Bay scene.
While the view is incredible, equally impressive was their food and drinks. Their weekday lunch special (the Executive Lunch Set) is priced at $42++ which includes a buffet of charcuterie, cheeses, salads, seafood and fruit and a main of choice. And for only $5 you can add on a dessert plate. Even after filling myself up on everything from port cheddar to nduja balls and shrimp cocktail, the seared tuna I ordered as my main was everything I was hoping for. In the middle of a large white plate laid two steaks of perfectly seared tuna over a drizzling of sherry caramel and roasted carrots and topped with chervil and almonds; an extremely generous serving for the reasonable price. But of course I couldn’t eat at a craft brewery without trying one of their signature drinks. Wanting to keep it light (after all it was 11:30am…) I decided to try the Wheat Beer and Lemonade Shandy, as recommended by our waitress. Half of a liter was only $10, and was the perfect accompaniment to the meal.
This meal at Level 33 definitely did not disappoint and I cannot wait to go back again. The quality of the food and service only added to the naturally vibrant atmosphere, creating an inviting and exciting environment. Good food, an amazing view and friendly service… Singapore in a nutshell.
Meats and cheeses, with the Wheat Beer and Lemonade Shandy.
Seared tuna with sherry caramel, roasted carrots, chervil and almonds.
The stunning view from the 33rd floor restaurant.
Level 33 Promo Video
Address: 8 Marina Boulevard 33-01, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, 018981
If you read my last post on ‘Top 10 Places to Eat in Singapore’ (linked down below, make sure to check it out!), you know that one of my newest restaurant finds is Dallas Restaurant and Bar, located at the Marina Bay Sands along the waterfront. I stumbled upon this place one day while walking around MBS with my family, and ended up going that evening for a night out with my girlfriends. The bar right on the edge of MBS, so it’s half indoors and half outdoors. We sat at a high table outside, and it was beautiful to see the Central Business District all lit up and reflecting on the water. We also had front row seats to the nightly light/laser show. Their drink menu had a huge variety with 21 cocktails and lots of wines, beers and other spirits.
As far as drinks go, they were super reasonable ($14 per drink) and big sizes. On Tuesday’s from 6pm-9pm (MBS happy hour), their Yuzu Mojito, Mimosa and Dark ‘n’ Stormy are all 50% off ($7). I had the Singapore Sling and the Salted Caramel White Russian, and they were both super yummy. One of my friends ordered a standard Margarita and said it was one of the best she’d ever had. We didn’t have any food, but it looked really good (I will go back and try it and update this). They do have a brunch/lunch and dinner menu (looked so good!), but they also had a bar food section with fries, calamari and fish tacos, which seemed perfect for a light dinner.
If you’re looking for a place to go for drinks on a night out in Singapore, highly suggest checking out this place for inexpensive drinks with a priceless view!
Singapore Sling and Margarita
Stunning view of the CBD from the bar.
Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, #01-85, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
‘Mega Guide to Singapore’ post: https://swimeatlove.com/2017/11/16/top-10-things-to-do-in-singapore/
‘Top 10 Places to Eat in Singapore’ post: https://swimeatlove.com/2018/04/08/top-10-places-to-eat-in-singapore/