Housed in a historic unit on Amoy Street, KULTO takes its customers on an insider trip to Spain through a sensory experience of Spanish food and decor steeped in history.
KULTO brings a slice of Spain to the dining experience with an iconic feature of Madrid and Barcelona apartments, the wooden shutters. The beautifully restored space is lined with wooden shutters and completed with clean and neutral colours featuring accents of wood – so diners will be in the moment to truly enjoy the food and atmosphere.
A customer’s experience at KULTO is fully taken care of by the Chefs, and customers get front-row seats to them working their magic in the open kitchen, which is an extension of the private dining room. The dishes come out rhythmically, just like parts of a symphony, landing on solid wooden tables, where the colours and energy of the food get to shine on its own.
Born and bred in Rioja, Spain, Head Chef José Alonso helms the kitchen of KULTO. Inspired by his heritage, culture, and philosophy of letting good quality produce speak for themselves, every plate at KULTO steers close to the traditional rendition of the dish and lets the freshness of seasonal produce take centre-stage.
An unparalleled tailoring experience awaits. For over a decade, MARLO's brand has been synonymous with the fine art of bespoke tailoring, crafting formal event regalia, professional attire and leisure garments to suit the lifestyle trends of their discerning clients across Asia, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East. Their garments are subjected to stringent requirements of the highest specification, ensuring not only the perfect fit, but one that transcends seasons and styles.
Their suits are a reflection of sartorial perfection, made with the highest level of handmade craftsmanship amalgamated with the finest materials available. They only carry authentic European and English fabrics, including Zegna, Scabal, Sictess, and Monti (to name a few). For each brand, they carry the full range of fabrics, covering a variety of price categories, quality, fabric types, composition and seasonal releases.
A bespoke garment is an investment, nurtured over time, to stand the rigors of regular use. This journey begins with them getting to know you – occupation, disposition, motivation, taste, style, preference and above all, purpose of the garment. The initial consultation enables them to recommend optimal fabric types from an array of choices, brands, compositions, etc. that will deliver the final look and quality of the garment. Whilst they get to know you, they will also elaborate on the bespoke process, how their garments are differentiated and what makes them the best at what we do.
Simple as it sounds, the process of taking your measurements is anything but straightforward. Their Master Cutter takes in excess of 40 individual measurements, constantly assessing your posture against the drape of the fabric and making specific, yet subtle adjustments aimed at accentuating your best features. In tandem, their Style Consultant records over 30 unique references for the intended style of the finished garment.
The same group that brought Miss Fitz Kitchen + Bar is excited to announce the launch of Roxy, a new cocktail bar concept in the heart of the Singapore CBD at The Sail at Marina Bay. Roxy is a glammed up but worn in cocktail bar and spirits room inspired by the back rooms and rock & roll nightclubs of 1970's Lower East Side Manhattan. This mischievous yet sophisticated lounge serves adult fun as a spirit-forward drinking den and tasting room with a vintage panache from décor bathed in a red-light hue and iconic images of NYC musicians, artists and socialites.
Found through an unmarked door at The Sail at Marina Bay or through the passageway in the back of Miss Fitz, this 20-seat hidden enclave immediately transports you back in time and across the world to the 1970’s in The Big Apple. Filled with the sounds of classic rock n roll, early glam bands, original punk rock and emerging disco of the era, you can’t help but feel that you are drinking alongside the legends that adorn the walls – whether having a Negroni with David Bowie or a Boilermaker with Keith Richards, the sights and sounds bring to life the grit and glamour of the era.
The cocktail menu combines the simplicity of spirit-forward, classic drinks typical of an old-world back room bar with a glamourous twist of 1970’s rock n roll across three distinct categories: signature cocktails, classic cocktail flights, and boilermakers (a beer and a shot combo). The concept and cocktail list were created in collaboration with Proof Creative, one of the worlds most awarded drinks consultancies.
Named for iconic nightclubs, songs of the era and classic beverages from the five boroughs, each signature cocktail (S$22+ - S$25+) brings a unique story of New York Americana to Singapore. Highlights include theCBGB Swizzle, a riff on the classic Mai Tai named for the Lower East Side Manhattan club known as the birthplace of punk music; You Don’t Have to Put on the Red Light, an amaro twist on the classic Negroni named for the Sting song and bar’s namesake “Roxanne”; the Jean Genie, a pear twist on a classic daquiri named for the David Bowie song that he called “a smorgasbord of imagined Americana”; and The New York Dolls Sour, a whiskey sour with American apple brandy named for the legendary 1970’s glam metal band.
In addition to the signature cocktails, Roxy offers cocktail flights (S$45+ - S$55+), each featuring three variations on a classic. Explore the different base spirits and speak with the staff on the evolution and history of the cocktails over time. The team is led by head bartender Tash Nayar, who brings 10 years of industry experience to his second concept launch as head bartender (previously at Miss Fitz).
The bar bites menu truly ties the New York to this Singapore location with the perfect pairing to any drink. The bites are variations on iconic New York foods that bring simple, yet playful forms of the food that defines New York. You can’t miss the Bagel Popcorn, popcorn tossed in the spices of an everything bagel; Pastrami Sandwich Bites mimicking the famous Katz Deli, or a Hot Dog With Diced Onions & Cheese found at any street corner push cart.
For those looking for more of a dining destination, check out Miss Fitz in front of Roxy. Miss Fitz offers a menu of contemporary Mediterranean sharing plates for a bright, vibrant meal before or after drinks at Roxy.
UFIT Studio @ Fairmont is an exceptional private group and personal training space located at the poolside of the five-star Fairmont Hotel Singapore.
The studio will deliver world-class private group fitness training to corporations, organisations, and teams as well as a limited number of personal training sessions for individuals.
With small group sizes and classes for all abilities, you can be assured of personal attention and a great training experience. Located in a convenient urban oasis, their light-filled space is just steps away from the Savitar Tennis Center and the Willow Stream Spa.
Take advantage of their launch offer and get 10% off Private Group Training and Personal Training! But hurry, offer ends 31st March. Fill out the form here to find out more!
Waku Ghin is back after extensive renovation works, offering the brilliance of Chef Tetsuya Wakuda over a widened repertoire that spans contemporary bar experiences, private dining and their signature Chef’s Table.
Their signature Omakase experience remains the ultimate pilgrimage for gourmands. The bespoke dining journey begins at the stylish Japanese cocktail bar helmed by their Head Bartender Kazuhiro Chii. After a tipple or two, diners can proceed to the exclusive 10-seater Chef’s Table, where a chef personally attends to each party of guests. Similar to the previous Waku Ghin, diners are treated to a sensory feast of craftsmanship on display, as they savour Waku Ghin’s seasonal menu, featuring our famed marinated botan shrimp with sea urchin and oscietria caviar, alongside seasonal delights such as the prized Western Australian pearl meat.
A selection of fresh grill items is also available as part of the enhanced Omakase menu. Diners can choose from a wider range of premium beef cuts and seafood for the day, ranging from ohmi wagyu and aburi sukiyaki, to fresh carabinero and scampi. Draw a close to the indulgent meal over intricate desserts at their private dessert room, tucked away at the back of the restaurant overlooking the expansive mall and glistening waterfront.
Nestled in the Bukit Pasoh conservation area, Clos Pasoh is a chic reimagining of the French brasserie for today’s urbane food and wine lover. Both its menu and wine list reflect current tastes for seriously good things sourced with intent and expertise presented in an unpretentious, casually sophisticated style.
Hidden away on the second floor of a heritage building built in the early shophouse style circa 1840, it is named for the clos (meaning a “walled vineyard” in French) and the pasoh (a nod to its location and the Malay name for earthen pots used to store water and rice). Every space — from the Dining Room to the Terrace, Wine & Cheese Room and Chef’s Table — cradles guests in effortless luxury that is designed to take you from tête-à-têtes and power lunches to lazy weekend brunches and lively nights on the town.