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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
LAVO Singapore

  • LAVO Singapore
    LAVO Singapore
  • LAVO Singapore
    LAVO's one-pound meatball

Famed nightlife operator from New York and Las Vegas TAO Group’s first foray into Asia, LAVO Singapore is (expectedly) nothing short of stunning and a much-welcomed injection of freshness for the nightlife and dining scene here.

Think upscale restaurant-meets-lounge experience, set amidst the spectacular setting that is the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands, 57 floors high. Expect luxurious indoor and outdoor lounges, a wraparound terrace (where a gelato cart sits) and nightlife programing that includes live DJ sets. You should also get used to the Las Vegas-style VIP treatment as you wine and dine, and once you’re ready, feel free to dance the night away.

On the menu are Italian-American cuisine. There are LAVO hits like their penne a la vodka, linguini with clam sauce, chicken parmesan and the infamous one-pound meatball. Craft cocktails will be the emphasis at their bar counters. The venue will be open for lunch, dinner and late-night dining with brunch service on weekends.

LAVO Singapore will begin fully operating from Jan 8, 2018.

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LAVO Singapore, Level 57-Tower 1 Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave., Singapore, 018956 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Bayfront

Price Range:

$$ - $$$$

Cuisine:

American, Italian

Open Since:

January, 2018
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