Brunch at Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel

Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel is a luxuriously appointed lounge that looks out to Marina Bay. It is a popular high tea venue. It also has a regular a la carte menu which makes it a delightful place for a casual meal or some light nibbles. Landing Point can be a lovely spot for brunch, especially during weekends.

Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel

We had afternoon tea Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel some time ago (read Mooncakes and tea at Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel). When we visited Fullerton Bay Hotel for brunch on a recent weekend, we realised that both The Clifford Pier and La Brasserie only offered only buffets. The only dining outlet in the hotel with an a la carte food menu at that time was Landing Point and so we decided to have brunch there.

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Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel
Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel

Landing Point Fullerton Menus

Besides its famed afternoon tea, Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel serves breakfast from 9 am and offers Sundown Soirée Evening Tea from 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm. From 11 am to 11 pm a range of appetizers, mains, local dishes, sides and desserts are available from the a la carte menu. Below are pictures of the a la carte and breakfast menus.

Landing Point Menu
Landing Point Menu
Menu of Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel

Brunch at Landing Point

We decided on the FBH Club Sandwich ($28) and Mee Goreng ($26) for our brunch at Landing Point Fullerton Bay.

Brunch at The Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Club Sandwich was really big and was served with fries and salad. It could easily be shared by 2 persons with average appetite. The straightforward toasted bread layered with egg, roasted chicken, bacon and lettuce looked good and was very palatable. It was comfort food that yet gave us the feeling like we were dining in a five star hotel, which in fact we were.

Mee Goreng at Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel

The Mee Goreng was also a good dish. The yellow noodles fried with chilli and tomato sauce had all the usual ingredients expected – bean sprouts, onions, fish cake and several plumb juicy prawns. It was a tasty dish – better than the average mee goring from the food court and seafood restaurants. If only it is not that expensive, we would happily visit the Landing Point whenever we feel like having a good dish of mee goreng.

Coffee at the Landing Point was good except that it came at the usual scary hotel a la carte menu coffee prices (so scary that my brain chose to blot out the memory; so that I could not remember the price of the latte we ordered for brunch).

Overall, if not for the price of the coffee, the Landing Point at Fullerton Bay Hotel would be a splendid spot for weekend brunch. The place is beautiful, it offers a picturesque view of Marina Bay and it has a good range of palatable dishes.

Ratings:
Food: 4
Service: 3
Value: 2
Atmosphere: 4
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

Landing Point Fullerton Bay Hotel
80 Collyer Quay
Singapore 049326

Chope Reservations

Tel: +65 6333 8388

Opening Hours:
Breakfast
Daily, 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.

Afternoon Tea
Monday to Friday, 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday,
12.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. (first seating)
3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. (second seating)

Sundown Soirée Evening Tea
Daily, from 6.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Nearby MRT Station : Raffles Place, Telok Ayer, Downtown

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