High Tea 3pm to 5pm (Monday to Sunday) last order 4.45pm
Bar Bites 6pm to 10.30pm (Monday to Sunday) last order 10.15pm
Sunday to Thursday 3pm to 1am last order 12.45am
Friday & Saturday 3pm to 2am last order 1.45am
About SKAI Bar
Bringing to the fore an exquisite offering on the 70th floor of the iconic Swissôtel, The Stamford.
Thanks for that evening. The birthday surprise for my friend on Sunday was perfect. You did it very well! Greets from Berlin Klemens
Very good service provided. Superb view given that it’s at one of the tallest building in Singapore. A slight disappointment that I have highlighted in the booking that I am celebrating my wedding anniversary there. Was actually expecting a little kind gesture by the Bar however nothing was done. SKAI restaurant menu should extend to SKAI bar to be allow to ordered and consume over at the bar
We celebrated a birthday and it was such a wonderful experience! Members of the staff wished my guest Happy Birthday and we noticed they were attentive to all guests. When it comes to the drinks, we loved how much depth the cocktails had. And the staff wasn't joking when they told us we picked some of the stronger cocktails. We're bringing other friends back!
Everything superb Staff very polite & friendly to us
Wonderful experience. Great service and ambience.
Beautiful view and food portions were bigger then I expected. But for $65 + 21% for a main I question the “value for money”
Nino, Kai, Orman & Benji were great servers & representation to the organisation indeed... Keep up the good work & kindly extend the "job well done" to all of them...
Found the bar side a tad small and the music was a tad loud for softer conversation. Found my table having to speak louder to get ourselves heard. Having said that, it is a lovely chill out place to relax, enjoy the view and catch up with friends. On behalf of my friends, we definitely enjoyed our session there!
Hi Amazing position super friendly staff but you could try serving real food eg plain scones and jam etc. as well as the processed foods. The food looked amazing but was not real food but over sweet and coloured with food colouring and very processed. My wife is a health professional and this type of food is why most people in Singapore are overweight by BMI standards and why a large percentage will be visiting the doctor when they developed diabetes. We are visiting from NZ and are shocked at the obese Asian children everywhere. It is child abuse to feed children this type of food.