Sol & Luna - New Latin-European Bistro Nestled in Lush Greenery

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Perched 100 metres up on Singapore's latest 51-storey skyscraper, CapitaSpring, Sol & Luna is set to open its doors on 10 February.

Venue: 88 Market Street, #17-01, Singapore 048948
Opening hours: Monday - Saturday: 7 am - 10.30 pm

Sol & Luna is a new Latin-European Bistro in town. Set to be open on 10 February, the new restaurant will be nestled in the Green Oasis of the CapitaSpring building. 

The Green Oasis, spanning four-stories, is a key feature of the CapitaSpring building. The botanical sanctuary with its curving stairways and open balconies offers plenty of space of socialising, work and relaxation. 

The Food and Beverage

Sol & Luna offers a menu of dishes from four classical cuisines from the Latin-European region - Italy, France, Portugal, and Spain. The curated menu showcases the best of each cuisine. 

Italian fares include fresh house-made and hand-crafted pastas, Truffle Risotto, and Grilled Radicchio with Taleggion, Balsamic & Pistachio. The Piri Piri Chicken Thigh and Portuguese Egg Tarts offer a taste of Portuguese cuisine. From Spain, you have got the White Gazpacho and 'Escalivada' Ragout while French offerings include the Smoked Duck & Foie Gras Rillette. 

White Gazpacho

Smoked Duck & Foie Gras Rillette

In addition to breakfast, brunch, tapas, lunch, and dinner, Sol & Luna also offers a High Tea menu. The French-inspired High Tea Set features an assortment of sweet and savoury bites, and is available from 2.30 pm to 5 pm at $38++ per person.

The signature cocktail selection takes a cue from the drinking culture of each Latin-European country. The alcohol widely enjoyed in the respective countries is features as the base, followed by layers of complementary flavours from fresh juices and infusions.

Dolce Ibisco

The Italian Dolce Ibisco ($16) features gin, Aperol, apricot jam, orgeat, lemon juice, and house-infused tonic steeped in hibiscus. 

The beverage list goes on with old and new world wines including rosés and sparkling wines, as well as a variety of spirits. Non-drinkers can enjoy sprightly mocktails such as the Floral Symphony ($8), a chamomile tea topped with apple juice, aloe vera and honeycomb. 

All food and drinks on menu are prepared with responsibly sourced and traceable ingredients from the 1-Arden Food Forest on Level 51, as well as local sources wherever possible. 

To mindfully reduce food waste, the dishes and drinks also feature upvalued 'ugly' vegetables and upcycled ingredients, ensuring all parts of a produce are used to their maximum potential. 

The Space

Sol & Luna is structured like a glass pavilion within a garden, with full height glass walls 6.5 metres tall. Inside, the restaurant features an open plan layout, with a palette that radiates an amber glow.

A central focus is the bar featuring a fluted facade and a gleaming countertop in natural Silstone quarts, chosen for its eco-friendly, resilient, and recyclable characteristics. Adjoining the bar is a glass display showcasing pastries and confections, while a brick-walled chiller stores grab-and-go salads and sandwiches. 

In the day, the indoor space is bathed in natural light. In the evening, ambient lighting sets a lush mood for intimate conversations or lively gatherings. 

Patrons can savour the restaurant's offerings in different settings - within the bistro; at the alfresco terrace; or at any of the work and social spaces within the Green Oasis - a four-storey garden. 

You can also order remotely from the Green Oasis by scanning a unique QR code. Your takeaway bites will be conveniently delivered to your spot while you continue to work, engage in meetings or socialise.

Sol & Luna

Address: 88 Market Street, #17-01, Singapore 048948
Telephone: +65 8031 4316

Operating Hours

  • Breakfast
    Mon - Sun: 7 am - 10.45 am
  • Weekend Brunch
    Sat & Sun: 10 am - 2.30 pm
  • High Tea
    Mon - Sun: 2.30 pm - 5 pm
  • Lunch
    Mon - Fri: 11 am - 2.30 pm
  • Dinner
    Mon - Sun: 6 pm - 10.30 pm

Photo credits: Sol & Luna 



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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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