This sky-high restaurant located on the 70th floor features charming Asian elements like rice paper lanterns, suspended Ming wooden trellises and a luminous mother-of-pearl wall. Complementing its breathtaking view of the city and surrounding isles of Malaysia and Indonesia is the menu by head chef Lee Bennett, who has won the prestigious Craft Guild of Chefs’ ‘Restaurant Chef of the Year’ award.
It’s near impossible not to be impressed at this awe-inspiring setup all the way up at Swissôtel The Stamford. Equinox Restaurant’s aesthetics are a charming mix of Asian elements featuring four three-storey high teak and rice paper lanterns, suspended Ming-inspired wooden trellises and a luminous floor-to-ceiling wall of mother-of-pearl that’s quite an experience on its own. But it’s the spectacular view of the city and surrounding isles of Malaysia and Indonesia afforded from being on the 70th floor that will take your breath away—be sure to ask for a prime window seat so you can take it all in.
A perfect complement to the setting is the carefully crafted menu courtesy of Chef de Cuisine Lee Bennett, the all-time youngest winner of the prestigious Craft Guild of Chefs’ “Restaurant Chef of the Year” award. Bennett has been mentored by culinary heavyweights such as Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse, Gordon Ramsay and Jason Atherton. So it’s no wonder that the result is an exciting epicurean experience with signatures including Classic Lobster Bisque with Fennel, Dill and Linguine Ribbons at this sky-high dining destination.