Fullerton Bay Hotel review - Singapore, Singapore
The newest spot at Fullerton Bay can be found within the protected confines of Clifford Pier, a landmark structure built in 1933 as the arrival point for immigrants and other sea passengers. Located at the south end of the city, on the Marina Bay waterfront, the pier sports a series of grand 12m concrete-arch trusses that provide a dramatic background to the elegant interiors - by architect of the moment, Hong Kong-based Andre Fu. The palette of mineral blue, ivory and soft tangerine work harmoniously with bespoke oversized lamps and plush banquettes to create warmth in the cavernous space. An enormous hand-tufted silk rug and Fu's eclectic collection of porcelain add to the refined aesthetic. The food reinterprets regional classics like soup Kambing, a traditional mutton stew with local spices. We recommend the Massaman lamb rack, slow-roasted to perfection with organic barley, pomegranate and fragrant herbs.