Where to have a bottle-popping New Year’s celebration

[Sponsored] Picking the perfect venue to usher in the new year can be overwhelming. How do you choose one destination with good food, fantastic cocktails and, most importantly, uninterrupted views of the midnight fireworks? That’s why you need our guide to the ultimate countdown experience where breathtaking views, celebratory drinks and cuisine curated by top chefs are all part of the plan.

Magnificent views

It’s all about the location when picking that picture-perfect venue. Perched at just the right height, Me@OUE has an unrestricted eye-level view of the dazzling fireworks. Step out into the rooftop lounge, grab a glass of champagne, gather with your friends and loved ones and simply take in the spectacle—it doesn’t get more perfect than this!

Flavours to suit every taste bud

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Sashimi omakase

At Me@OUE, the world-class open-concept kitchen gives you three distinct cuisines—Japanese, French and Chinese—and the exclusive set menu designed just for New Year’s Eve is divine. With a choice of six or eight courses, diners will savor the freshest sashimi omakase, crispy cod with Shanghai noodles and risotto-style smoked lobster bisque and more, all at the same table. 

An early start or a late night rendezvous

, Where to have a bottle-popping New Year’s celebration
Charcoal-grilled wagyu beef

While some diners will be excited about marking the end of 2016 early on New Year’s Eve, others may head into the city a bit later. That’s why Me@OUE has you covered with two seatings. A fantastic five-course menu priced at $145 per person is available for diners at 6pm. A longer eight-course menu priced at $245 per person has been planned for the second seating at 8pm.

The ultimate New Year’s Eve watering hole

Whether you’re planning a big party or an elegant soirée, Me@OUE’s champagne packages will set you up for the night. Table bookings at the spacious outdoor lounge start at $500 (for up to six people) with one bottle of vintage 2004 Dom Pérignon. The prime table facing the floating platform is priced at $1,500 (for up to 10 people) with three bottles of 2004 Dom Pérignon. For those in the area with no fixed plans, walk-in guests are welcome on a first-come, first-served basis. The glittering views and a chilled glass of champagne make the cover charge of only $50 a great deal.

Stay put and pop open the champers!

Forget about zipping around town and elbowing your way through the crowds. At Me@OUE, with or without dinner, you are guaranteed everything you need for a memorable night out!
Me@OUE is at the rooftop level of OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay, 6634-4555. For more information, head to their website or Facebook page.
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