Persea brings fun back into better eating with their low-carb dishes that are rich in good fats and delectable flavours. Even their cocktails are zero-carbs!
Persea (pronounced per-say-ah) was born out of a desire to bring fun back into better eating. Their name stems from a genus of evergreen trees, with the most famous being the avocado. Just like the avocado, their low-carb dishes are vibrant, rich in good fats and delectable in flavours.
Their menu is low-carb and perfect for those more conscious about their diet. With small plates and mains, their dishes are great for sharing so you can let loose and enjoy!
Persea's first menu series features flavours from the Mediterranean with unique combinations of nuts, spices and oils. Using only the best quality ingredients, they invite you to join their journey of savory adventures to fulfil your tastebuds and wanderlust.
Junior The Pocket Bar has opened its doors at a new location on Ann Siang Hill. Formerly part of The Proof Collective, Junior The Pocket Bar is now independently owned by proprietor, Joe Alessandroni, with Hazel Long helming the bar and Peter Chua remaining Bartender in Residence and also becoming an equity partner in the business, Junior Productions Pte Ltd.
Providing guests with the same intimacy and cosiness that Junior is known for, the space currently seats 25 people, and offers a refresh to its latest menu, with some exciting additions.
A locally rooted, modern bar, Junior The Pocket Bar works with local artists and craft producers to showcase the flavours and traditions of the world’s great drinking cultures, reinterpreted for a modern cocktail bar. Junior will retain its rotating concept while establishing a core Junior identify that will remain the backbone of the bar programme.
The updated menu sees the introduction of Junior’s Homebrew & Highballs, which will remain a staple on the menu. These low concept, flavour driven house fermented beverages can be with alcohol (make it boozy) or without (keep it boujee). Flavours include Thai Ginger Beer with mixed ginger, curry spice and sour tamarind (can be spiked with dark rum), and Lacto Lime Soda with salt-cured citrus, lime leaf and soda (with the option to add tequila). Junior’s core menu also includes Eat The Rich, a selection of culinary cocktails paired with a decadent small bite, such as the Deviled Egg Martini with Hendrick’s Orbium Gin, botanical infused white port, East India sherry, and grapefruit bitters, served with a Caviar Deviled Egg. A small selection of natural wines, craft beers, and fine spirits rounds out the drink offerings.
Junior’s current concept, Washi is inspired by the bars in Shinjuku’s Golden Gai with a funky, playful twist on the 1980’s Bubble Era Tokyo. The bar’s fifth volume sees origami cocktails such as the Crane, with kyoho grape, Sakura vermouth, cognac and lemon, the Rabbit with miso roast carrot aqavit, honey, lemon and Junmai sake, and the Panda with genmaicha vermouth, sparkling sake botanic vodka and pickled bamboo shoot.
The bar snacks menu has a couple of items that take a nod to the Washi theme with the Tako Wasabi marinated octopus calamansi, wasabi and the Roast Pumpkin Hummus with yellow miso, furikake vegetable crudites. Signature Sandos include the Mala Hot Chicken fried sandwich with Szechuan sauce, purple cabbage slaw and pickled pineapple and the French Dip Bành Mí with slow-cooked beef shank, onion jam, fresh herbs and spiced beef jus.
Celebrating the living force of Peranakan food culture; Belimbing Superstar at Ann Siang Hill offers over 30 Peranakan dishes ranging from well-loved favourites like Ayam Buah Keluak to little known treasures like their signature kerabu (salads).
Their vision is to show Peranakan cuisine as it is, without judgment: sometimes tedious and laborious, sometimes fast, sometimes light and sometimes deep and comforting.
The Other Roof at Ann Siang Road presents a worldwide new concept of tea-finished spirits & cocktails, all deriving from bespoke tea spirits.
With over 400 different spirits all tea-finished, The Other Roof is currently the first and only place in the world, where all the different spirits are created in-house by the art of finishing by the trained hands of its team led by Dario Knox.
The Other Roof is very proud that apart from serving delightful libations, to be also serving great food all day long
Whether you are looking for a bit of Iberico Ham or a great Sirloin Steak, The Other Roof is your answer.
Their kitchen stays open every day from 4:30pm to 12am.
Pandora’s Garden, a newly-opened rooftop garden bar located at the courtyard of Ann Siang House is dedicated to serving rosé wines. Housing the most comprehensive collection of rosé wines in Singapore, it hopes to precipitate the rising popularity of this sophisticated yet often misunderstood pink style of wine.
Drinking pink has never been so trendy till recently. According to research company Nielsen on wine trends of 2018, consumers are adding rosé to their wine carts as an addition to other wine varieties. With increased production from France, Spain, Italy and the US, there’s never been a better time to try this exciting and tantalising wine.
Contrary to popular belief, rosé is NOT made blending red and white wine. There are several ways in which rose is made and that is not one of them. The most common rosé production method is the maceration of red grape varieties, skin still intact for between 12-24 hours to achieve the blush colour it is known for.
Rosé rules at Pandora’s Garden. Jamie and Jasmine Gripton, husband and wife team owners of Pandora’s Garden and also Brightside on Duxton Hill, has procured a sizeable collection of rosé wines that include Whispering Angel’s L’Esclans Gamus (SGD$535/bottle) named “The Greatest Rosé” ever by James Suckling, one of the world’s most influential wine critic. Ultra rare rosé champagnes such as Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé and 2007 Krug Rosé are available at $1,888 and $888 respectively. A regular glass of rosé starts at $12 per glass or $41 per bottle, magnum (1.5L) and jeroboam (3L) sized formats are also available at an affordable price.
Pandora’s Garden is a hidden gem designed around an ancient Frangipani tree with roots that run deep under Ann Siang House. When night falls, a retractable roof opens up like a box and twinkling fairy lights are turned on to create a magical effect that inspired the name Pandora’s Garden.
Whilst rosé is its main offering with over 35 different selections, specially brewed Pandora’s Craft Ale, in partnership with local brewing company Trouble Brewing, is available on tap and freshly made goblets of Tanqueray botanical gin cocktail offer a spirits alternative. Bar snacks at Pandora’s Garden are specially made to pair well with the drink offerings, expect picnic style food such as cured meats, premium cheeses, British pork pies, homemade Jägermeister paté and a Ploughman’s board, served with artisanal bread, crackers, chutney, fruit and nuts.
Look out for the weekly Blush Ladies Night on Wednesdays in which Bach Rosé, Anna Sparkling Rosé, Aperol Spritz, Pimms and Sangria flow freely for $30+ from 6pm-8pm.
That’s why they are more than a record store, cafe or a bar. They are a space for gigs, workshops, screenings and talks, too — they strive to connect the music community, bringing them together and providing them with the resources, knowledge and opportunities to create, curate and perform.
Tipple And Dram at 24 Ann Siang Road serves the best of both worlds - exquisite wines on the street level, as well as luxury whiskies in the basement. Tipple And Dram is the perfect new spot for the connoisseur in you!
Tipple And Dram is home to an assorted and appealing collection of wines and an exciting array of vodkas, gins, rums, champagnes, beers and whiskies picked from various countries and regions.
The drinking experience is well complemented with delectable bar bites and dishes that will keep you going back for more.
Bringing a heavenly Italian dining experience to the new Ann Siang House is the recently reopened restaurant, PerBacco.
Inspired by Bacchus (the Roman God of Wine), PerBacco will offer comforting traditional Italian dishes with a spotlight on wholesome Northern Specialities and the finest imported wines from around the world.
Are you a young startup or entrepreneur on a budget, busy building your business venture and need an affordable yet soulful accommodation in the heart of Singapore? Then look no further!
Go to Tribe Theory – Venture Hotel where they understand the journey of entrepreneurship. You can pay for your accomodation via Bitcoin and Ethereum too.
Tribe Theory is a space for you to explore and engage with likeminded people on the same entrepreneurial journey. They are a community of startups and entrepreneurs in the heart of Singapore.
The inspiration for Tribe Theory was born when its founder, Vikram, spent two years backpacking around the world, where he traveled to over 50 countries in six continents and stayed in amazing hostels around the world.
Vikram's vision is to build a global hotel brand which provides affordable yet soulful accommodation for young startups and entrepreneurs. His favourite travel experience has been spending two weeks driving across Morocco in the middle of winter.
Prior to building Tribe Theory, Vikram was the head of venture capital investments at REAPRA where he made investments in early stage ventures across Asia. Prior to that, Vikram was a banker at J.P. Morgan where he was an early member of several new ventures. Vikram grew up in Los Angeles where he did his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Riverside and his MBA at the University of Southern California.
Ann Siang House is a tastefully restored heritage building offering 20 sophisticated, modern, designed-led guest rooms in the heart of Club Street.
At Ann Siang House they invite guests to stay, dine, discover.
Ideally situated in Singapore’s vibrant Ann Siang Hill neighborhood, Ann Siang House is an alternative, city living style of accommodation that provides short and extended stay guests with a welcome home in the heart of the action.
Settle into one of their cozy banquettes and enjoy an architecturally thoughtful space with beautiful wood detailing. The menu features shareable snacks, stone-fired pizza and the city's most eclectic and surprising wine list. In fact, you can have almost any wine on their 200+ list by the half-bottle.
Due to their intimate size, do note that they accept reservations exclusively through their website.
British-style gastropub Oxwell & Co has added a secret bar, Apothecary, to the existing offerings at their prominent shophouse unit on Ann Siang Road.
The 12-seater hideout has interesting drinks priced between $14-$24/- such the Croak & Wheeze Relief, a concoction made of a 12-year-old Glenfiddich whisky infused with honey sage syrup, orange bitters and finished with cigar smoke.
Pearly White Polish, is one which combines a Balvenie 12-year whisky with elderflower, grapefruit soda and house-made raspberry toothpaste.
Looking for a new drinking hole with your mates? Look no further than Catchfly.
Situated at the basement of 12 Ann Siang, guests can enjoy unique handcrafted cocktails late into the night at Catchfly, an American style cocktail bar with an intimate space that fuses plush interiors with industrial edges.
Headed by New York Mixologist Liam Baer, Catchfly's drink menu features contemporary twists on your classic favorites, bursting with fresh herbs and invigorating spices. Like The Honey Badger; a twist on a classic Whiskey Sour with rosemary infused Bourbon, lemon, honey, ginger and a kiss of Yellow Chartreuse. These cocktails are also perfectly paired up with their delectable small plates as well as a variety of main plates.
Long established as one of the most revered names in the Singapore food and beverage industry, the Coriander Leaf restaurant is back to shake up the scene with the opening of the Coriander Leaf Grill, a contemporary grill which offers delectable charcoal grilled dishes with Asian influences. These are perfectly paired up with old and new world wines, draft and craft beers, and signature cocktails.
Located within 12 Ann Siang, a five-storey multi-concept establishment, there are several sections at the Coriander Leaf Grill in which you can enjoy your meal. Whether you prefer to be seated in the main indoor space or relax in its gorgeous courtyard, you will receive unparalleled attention from the excellent in-house crew, always on hand to serve you juicy cuts of steak, lamb chops and grilled hen.
Don’t miss out on the exquisite lime and chilli sorbet, or taking a few sips from the premium selection of fine wines from the restaurant’s enviable wine display wall.
When you’re done, adjourn to the rooftop of the Screening Room and enjoy a tipple while you take in the mesmerising night views of the Central Business District area and Chinatown. How’s that for a night out in Singapore?
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong recently hosted Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to lunch at newly opened: The Coconut Club.
After a trip to the 2014 Nasi Lemak convention in Kuala Lumpur, the people behind The Coconut Club spent 2 years on their recipes and an equal amount of time sourcing the best coconuts in the world, then presented The Coconut Club at Ann Siang Hill to Singapore.
Set in the green suburbs of Mediapolis in One-North, you are invited to destination dining, DSTLLRY par Christophe Lerouy, helmed by Chef Christophe Lerouy who received his Michelin star at Alma by Juan Amador.
The second concept by the chef-owners of My Little Spanish Place, My Little Tapas Bar offers an authentic Spanish tapas experience along Club Street in Singapore. The bar offers homemade ‘conserves’ by the team, a solid drinks list with only Spanish wines and spirits, as well as a selection of lesser known tapas and modern interpretations.
In a joint collaboration with The Establishment Group, Asian-centric cocktail bar Nutmeg & Clove have reopened their doors at a vantage corner of Ann Siang Hill.
Founded by award-winning bartender and Diageo Commercial Director, Colin Chia, Nutmeg & Clove pays homage to the unassumingly rich history of Ann Siang Hill, which was once a nutmeg and clove plantation. The rest, as they say, is history – as proven by their extensive era-inspired cocktail menu.
To kick off the reopening, Nutmeg & Clove has added some refreshingly clever concoctions to their cocktail lineup, each a flavourful representation of the different eras in Singapore that has helped shape the cocktail culture.
Raise the roof in Latin American fashion with Singapore’s first Peruvian rooftop bar and grill, Tiger’s Milk. Perched at the top of The Club, revel in a unique gastronomical experience and go on a journey back to some of the oldest pisco bars in Lima!
Drawing inspiration from an essential element in Peruvian cuisine, the name ‘Tiger’s Milk’ is a loose translation of Leche de Tigre, the Peruvian citrus-based marinade used to cure seafood in ceviches. This invigorating potion is also believed to be both a hangover cure as well as an aphrodisiac in Peru.
Set against the stunning backdrop of Ann Siang Hill, Tiger’s Milk is clad in a kaleidoscope of colours with textures, patterns and smooth furnishings set in warm and cozy hues. Intricately designed and decorated, a painting of the great Amazon forest sits proudly at the stairwell to greet guests as they transcend to a new level at the rooftop bar. Soak in the energetic beats of the Latin American culture and colourful installations here for an evening of decadent indulgence and the ultimate Peruvian experience.
Conceptualised under the guidance of Chef Hajime Kasuga to present the best flavours of Peru with a grazing dining style, the establishment encourages guests to interact with a social and familial style of dining. Chef Kasuga brings with him more than 20 years of culinary experience specialising in Mediterranean, Japanese and Peruvian cuisine and with his guidance, the menu features Peruvian classics with a different twist to entice the local palate.
From delicious bites to specialty concoctions, Tiger’s Milk lively personality captures the essence of Peruvian culture with its unique charm unlike any other for a sweet urban escape. `
Founder of popular award-winning misnomer at Dempsey Hill, celebrity chef Daniel Sia celebrates The Disgruntled Chef’s fifth anniversary in extraordinary style by opening his second restaurant at The Club Hotel on Ann Siang Hill.
Loyal guests commit to trekking down the wooden-panelled staircase at the original Dempsey enclave to dine below the winding street, but at the new address the restaurant is elevated to one level up, (that is, street level) representing the fine dining posture behind the conservation building’s brass-handled doors at 28 Ann Siang Road.
In true TDC fashion, subtle yet deliberate touches at the 2,000 square feet duplex space come together for a naturally sunny disposition during lunch, and an enigmatic mood throughout the evening till late.
Key elements that remain as part of the brand’s DNA are wooden tables, black marble bar, and grey palette colouring the walls of the main dining area.
AltaEgo is a brand new 3 level concept located in Ann Siang, with each level bringing you a completely different party experience.
The ground floor cocktail bar and restaurant is a great setting for your social or business gathering and comes to life in the evenings with a down-tempo acoustic live band. They strive to blend the very best of entertainment with professional service through a comprehensive drink list and tapas. The design mixes bright colours to enhance the space with rich dark material to create a stimulating setting.
On level 2, embrace the intimate and sophisticated lounge experience. Sultry vocal house music coupled with signature cocktails and VIP table service complement the warm, intimate atmosphere.
On level 3, their boutique theatre is an intimate and comfortable setting which offers daily screenings of films that cannot be seen on the big screen anymore. By day we service a variety of private events and by night they transform into a sexy champagne lounge where you can unwind and corporates can entertain while listening to groovy beats and enjoying the finer things in life.
On level 4, an award winning bar which has enjoyed regular popularity over the years for its relaxing vibe, fabulous service and scenic views, across the heritage Chinatown area juxtaposed against the central business district. Perfect for the after work drink and night cap with friends and clients alike. Beautiful cocktails, beautiful music, beautiful views – the place to be and to be seen!
Think local, go global - Taking over the space formerly occupied by Scoop, TAPOW is a bar and street food joint under the care of Singapore's award winning bartender Zac Mirza from Bartistry.
A much cozier vibe with low-lying couches and a lived-in living room look. Expect reinterpreted local flavors like beef rendang burgers, tau pok (tofu stuffed with cucumber and bean sprouts in peanut sauce) and tiffins of ayam penyet, spring rolls and buffalo wings.
Drinks are equally Singlish so don't be surprised to find ingredients like kaffir lime. Each Friday, the crew of Kilowatt Soundsystem also comes to lay down some catchy beats, Ann Siang Hill style.