Salt grill & sky bar by Luke Mangan

This restaurant with 360deg view is located on level 55 & 56 of Ion Orchard. The reception is at level 4 (next to the Ion concierge). Walk through a mini gallery and you will find the private lift to the restaurant. Within 15 seconds, the doors opened to a beautiful restaurant with great views.

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*The above photos were taken from the restaurant’s website

If you like modern Australian cuisine, this is the place to go. Remember to ask for a table by the side of the glass walls for the best views!

Wines served for the degustation menu were from Umamu Estate. The wine pairing with the food was divine!

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Scallop tartare, wasabi avocado, beetroot – a refreshing dish to start with

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‘Glass’ Sydney crab omelette, enoki mushroom and herb salad, miso mustard broth (a signature starter from Luke Mangan) – this was very good indeed!

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Roasted foie gras, pear tart, pickled grapes, candied walnuts – I’m not too much of a foie gras fan but it is still very well prepared.

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Rangers valley striploin, Luke’s BBQ spice rub, celeriac purée, green beans, red wine jus – quite a generous portion of beef done medium rare, went so well with the cab sav.

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Manchego (firm spanish cheese made with sheep’s milk), quince paste, Luke’s lavosh (thin crunchy middle eastern bread) – not a fan of goat/ sheep cheese but the others in the party enjoyed it very much.

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We had some really good food and wine, and it was indeed a satisfying evening.

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