Today, DS and I were at the Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant for lunch, for the first time. Established since 1977, this is an award-winning Chinese restaurant, and one of the two only revolving restaurants in Singapore.

A warm welcome by Hong Hong Master Chef Chan Song Og at the entrance of the restaurant… Just kidding, it is a life-size cardboard effigy.Chef of Prima

Despite its less attractive location which is outside the city centre, the restaurant was packed with customers this afternoon and thus was very noisy. I think this is not unusual in a busy Chinese restaurant in Singapore. 😦

Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant is well known for its Peking Duck. DS likes Peking Duck but too bad that their serving is only on a per duck basis, and this is definitely far too large the portion for just the two of us. Its Dim Sum seemed very popular as well but we decided to give it a miss.

Food at Prima

Views from Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant

An up-close view of PSA (Port of Singapore) for the first-timePrima View1

The bridge connecting Singapore main island to Sentosa island. At the background is the construction site of the Resort World at Sentosa which is due to open partially in early 2010. Resort World at Sentosa will be the home of Universal Studios Singapore. Can you spot the giant Merlion, a landmark of Sentosa Island?Prima View2

A Star Cruise ship docked at the Harbour Front Cruise Centre. Cable cars operate between Mount Faber, Harbour Front and Sentosa Island.Prima View3

Vivo City (low, white building in the middle of this photo), said to be Singapore’s largest retail and lifestyle destination.Prima View5

West Coast Highway, above Telok Blangah Road.Prima View4

I wonder is it the panaromic view or the food that has attracted many customers to this restaurant. I think the food was good but not very fantastic. View-wise, it was definitely worth the visit but I still prefer the Equinox (at Swissotel the Stamford) and Hai Tian Lou (at Pan Pacific Hotel) which offer better views although both are not revolving restaurants.


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