NOW OPEN: LES45 UNVEILS SKY HIGH MODERN MEXICAN CONCEPT

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Lower East Side 45 (LES45) introduces an intimate and feisty contemporary Mexican dining concept on the 45th floor of Singapore Land Tower, Raffles Place. One of the latest additions to the Hidden Door Concepts portfolio – a group of highly successful F&B establishments including Angie’s and SEAR – LES45 presents a bustling 60-seat restaurant with colourful bar and atmospheric terrace, set sky high against a backdrop of Marina Bay views 

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Day view from LES45

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Night view from LES45

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Offering a high-energy and easy-going setting for lunch or dinner, guests can tuck into a showcase of both modern and traditional Mexican dishes. From the crispy tacos to indulgent churros, all are prepared with high-quality fresh ingredients to create dishes full of flavour, zest and smatterings of spice.

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Homemade Horchatas – a traditional non-alcoholic Mexican drink made from rice, milk, almonds and cinnamon

An equally vibrant evening and weekend drink destination, sunsets on the 45th floor are perfectly paired with LES45’s cocktails – unique tequilas from Mexico as well as the well-loved limed Corona. For a soothing, thirst quenching start to the LES45 experience, homemade horchatas – a traditional non-alcoholic Mexican drink made from rice, milk, almonds and cinnamon, is a menu staple.

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Mexican chef Jorge

Helming the kitchen is Mexican chef Jorge, who combines his beloved heritage with over a decade of international culinary experience to present a refreshing modern take on authentic dishes. His signature dish is the moreish LES Guacamole which is prepared tableside with fresh, bright ingredients in a molcajete, a traditional stone mortar and pestle from Mexico. The Lobster Tacos with Ginger Mint Mojo and Brown Butter as well as the tangy Chicken Tinga Tostadas with Mango Guacamole and Wasabi Fried Egg are other hero items that highlight his personal cooking style – marrying Mexican tradition with today’s modern palate. Not to be missed are the Tempura Hake Tacos, served with the tantalising homemade Hibiscus Mayo and Salsa Fresca.

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LES Guacamole

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Chicken Tinga Tostadas with Mango Guacamole and Wasabi Fried Egg

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Tempura Hake Tacos, served with the tantalising homemade Hibiscus Mayo and Salsa Fresca.

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Churros

 

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Christopher Lim, Founder of Hidden Door Concepts

Christopher Lim, Founder of Hidden Door Concepts, says “At Hidden Door Concepts, we’re always seeking to bring the latest in dining innovation and Singapore presents us with an exciting multicultural playground for us to introduce new concepts. With LES45, we are able to offer guests a modern approach to Mexican dining in the heart of the city. Chef Jorge has an inspiring culinary background and unique approach to Mexican cuisine, along with great knowledge of the Singapore market, so the time is right to bring his colourful menu to the discerning F&B scene!”

 

With the vibrant bar at the heart of the restaurant, guests can drink or dine indoors or al fresco, the latter with breezy cityscape views. In line with its menu style, the tasteful interior mixes Mexican touches and global influences – with punchy tiles and a cheeky neon sign at the entrance. A specially curated playlist of upbeat, Spanish tracks evolves throughout the day, from laidback low-key daytime tracks to lively energetic evening beats, right through to the early hours on weekends.

 

Location & Contact Details:

50 Raffles Place, Level 45, Singapore 048623

+65 6221 9555

 

Opening Hours

Lunch: Monday to Friday, 11am – 2pm

Dinner: Monday to Thursday, 5pm – 11pm | Friday and Saturday, 5pm – 2am

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