HighHouse Launches Lunch Set Menus: Enjoy Unrivalled Views and Delectable Dishes

Soaring above the Singapore skyline, HighHouse, which opened in December last year, offers breathtaking views to complement its focus on music, art, and, of course, delectable food.

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Building on its offerings, HighHouse has recently launched lunch set menus, at S$48 for two courses and S$58 for three, presenting a chance to indulge in this unique atmosphere at a very accessible price point.

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HighHouse Lunch Set Menus: Review

The lunch menu is a global adventure, taking inspiration from Pacific Rim flavours.

HighHouse Review Grilled Indonesian Squid
Grilled Indonesian Squid

Starting with the appetisers, the Grilled Indonesian Squid stole the show. Cooked to perfection, the squid strikes the ideal balance between chewiness and tenderness, avoiding any hint of rubberiness.

The accompanying cowhorn pepper sauce adds a subtle heat, while the sweet and sour pineapple salsa offers a contrasting burst of freshness. Crispy fish skin adds a delightful textural element, making this dish a harmonious blend of flavours and textures.

HighHouse review Slow Cooked Australian Lamb Ribs
Slow Cooked Australian Lamb Ribs

For those seeking something more substantial, the Slow Cooked Australian Lamb Ribs are a must-try. The lamb is fall-off-the-bone tender, boasting a richness with a hint of gaminess.

Fried potato salad provides a cool and creamy counterpoint, while the garlic and scallion XO sauce elevates the dish with its savoury depth. It’s no surprise why this dish was a crowd-favourite.

HighHouse review Salted Olive Orecchiette Pasta
Salted Olive Orecchiette Pasta

The main courses continue the exploration of international flavours. The Salted Olive Orecchiette Pasta is a delightful option that bursts with vibrancy. Piquillo peppers add a touch of smoky sweetness, while garlic almond flakes lend a nutty richness. The Chinese olive cream sauce brings everything together with a savoury touch.

HighHouse review Sakura Pork Belly Massaman Thai Curry
Sakura Pork Belly Massaman Thai Curry

For a taste of Southeast Asia, the Sakura Pork Belly Massaman Thai Curry is a comfort food lover’s dream. The melt-in-your-mouth pork belly pairs perfectly with the rich and moreish Massaman curry. Green eggplant adds a textural contrast, while candied cashews offer a surprising, sweet note. Served with fluffy jasmine rice, this dish is guaranteed to have you scraping the plate clean.

HighHouse Review Grilled North Pacific Hake
Grilled North Pacific Hake

If you’re looking for something lighter, the Grilled North Pacific Hake is a superb choice. Cooked to perfection on a Josper grill, the fish boasts a smoky aroma and beautifully flaky texture. The accompanying grilled vegetable medley adds bursts of colour and flavour, while the citrus-shiso dressing provides a refreshing and tangy finish.

HighHouse Review Strawberry Mille Feuille
Strawberry Mille Feuille

No dining experience is complete without dessert, and HighHouse doesn’t disappoint. The Chitose Strawberry Mille Feuille an exquisite creation that is not only a feast for the eyes but also a delight for the taste buds.

Imagine biting through the layers of flaky pastry that cradle a light mascarpone chantilly and a vibrant strawberry gel. A drizzle of Tualang honey glaze adds a touch of floral sweetness, making this dessert a perfect balance of sweet and tart flavours.

Our Verdict

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From the stunning views and vibrant art collection to the expertly crafted dishes, the dining experience at HighHouse is one that lingers long after the last bite. I highly recommend it for a business lunch or a quick lunch date with your significant other.

HighHouse is located at 1 Raffles Place, Level 61-621, Singapore 048616. Lunch set menus are priced at S$48 for two courses and S$58 for three. Make a reservation on its website.