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Sky View Pavilion

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The Chinese restaurant opened its doors in January 2017 under the new name ‘Sky View Pavilion’. Newly refurbished, the restaurant helmed by Executive Chef Tang Chi Cheung offers diners traditional Cantonese cuisine, set against the idyllic Marina Bay. At 521sqm, Sky View Pavilion has two private dining rooms and seats 150, making it the perfect venue for corporate luncheons and dinners, and banquets.




Signature Dishes







Sautéed Boston Lobster with Black Bean, Crispy Rice, Minced Garlic and Cut Chili

Steamed Boneless Chicken with Ham and Vegetables

Roasted Suckling Pig stuffed with Glutinous Rice (2 days advanced order required)

Sautéed Garoupa Fillets with Vegetables



An extensive spread of local and Cantonese cuisine awaits at Sky View Pavilion. From daily made, fresh dim sum to classic Cantonese dishes with a more contemporary style, the culinary team at Sky View Pavilion is always ready to delight and impress the most discerning palate.

Sky View Pavilion Set Menu [2]

Sky View Pavilion Ala-carte Menu [3]

Sky View Pavilion Extra Value Meal [4]


Media Features

The Sunday Times Life (1 April 2018) [5]

“Putting a Fresh Spin on Cantonese Classics.”

The Sunday Times Life (9 April 2017) [6]

“From dim sum to Cantonese dishes, the cooking at Sky View Pavilion is impeccable.”

Sethlui.com [7]

“The crisp exterior contrasted against the moist and tender fish inside, and the thick, sweet sauce just added to the richness of the dish.”

Singapore Tatler [8]

“(Braised fresh Australian abalone is) a memorable dish we’ll go back for time and time again. “


Awards and Accolades



About Sky View Pavilion’s Team

Helming Sky View Pavilion is a handpicked team of industry stalwarts renowned for their culinary finesse and expertise.

Executive Chef Tang Chi Cheung has been in the Chinese culinary world for an impressive 40 years, producing the finest Cantonese delicacies with influences from both Singapore and Hong Kong, where he originally hails from. Before joining Sky View Pavilion, Chef Tang was the Executive Chef of an award-winning restaurant chain in Singapore.

Sky View Pavilion’s culinary team values all guests and their feedback. Guests with unique dietary preferences need simply to inform the culinary team prior to placing their orders for the necessary changes to be made to their dishes. At Singapore Flyer and Sky View Pavilion, we provide only the best for our guests and visitors.


Opening Hours

Mon – Fri

Lunch: 11.00am – 3.00pm

Dinner: 5.00pm – 10.00pm

Sat, Sun & PH

11:00am – 10:00pm



Tel: +65 6854 5245

Email: skyview@singaporeflyer.com



30 Raffles Ave

Singapore Flyer #01-04

Singapore 039803


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[2] Sky View Pavilion Set Menu: http://www.singaporeflyer.com/wp-content/uploads/Sky-View-Pavilion-Set-Menu.pdf

[3] Sky View Pavilion Ala-carte Menu: http://www.singaporeflyer.com/wp-content/uploads/Sky-View-Pavilion-Ala-carte-Menu.pdf

[4] Sky View Pavilion Extra Value Meal: http://www.singaporeflyer.com/wp-content/uploads/Sky-View-Pavilion-Value-Set-Menu.pdf

[5] The Sunday Times Life (1 April 2018): http://www.singaporeflyer.com/wp-content/uploads/Putting-a-Fresh-Spin-on-Cantonese-Classics.pdf

[6] The Sunday Times Life (9 April 2017): http://www.singaporeflyer.com/wp-content/uploads/Sky-View-Pavilion_Straits-Times-Life-4-Apr-2017.pdf

[7] Sethlui.com: https://sethlui.com/sky-view-pavilion-singapore/

[8] Singapore Tatler: https://sg.asiatatler.com/dining/5-of-the-best-chinese-restaurants/5#slide-5

[9] Image: http://www.singaporeflyer.com/?attachment_id=29608

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