Situated at One Fullerton, this restaurant has got its location sorted. And with Marina Bay going places, the view from its intimate bayside alfresco area is bound to get better and is the best place to grab a table. As for the interior, you will either love or hate the stereotypical Arabian look with pictures of the resident Lebanese belly dancer gracing its walls. The food is undoubtedly authentic, with most of the foodstuffs imported from the Levant. The Sultan Mezza comprises, amongst other things, a generous spread of moutabbal (mashed eggplant) and hummus worked well together, which made for a good starter. For mains, their signature charcoal lamb chops were tasty, though we found them a bit salty and overcooked. But do check out the mixed seafood kebab, whose combo of juicy tiger prawns, succulent butter fish and saffron rice easily made it the highlight of the meal. The perennial Middle Eastern dessert, baklava did not disappoint either—serving up a mouthful of rich sweetness. Alongside competent service and a great view, SanoBar is a welcome addition to the dining scene at One Fullerton.