Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse from local craft brewery Lion Brewery Co is a welcoming micro-brewery and restaurant with a distinct mission statement - a celebration of craftsmanship in all forms: food, art, music and of course beer.
Located at 36 Club Street, the welcoming space features a state-of-the-art on-site 500-litre microbrewery and 23 taps (with plans for more) pouring a selection of the finest craft beer. Fresh on draught are Lion Brewery Co’s flagship and seasonal brews, rotating guest brews from other local and international craft breweries, and a constantly changing lineup of beers brewed right on site at the microbrewery, the ‘Thirty Six Brewlab’.
Nestled inside this lovingly restored heritage building is a 120-seat restaurant featuring a hedge-lined outdoor beer garden and a superb menu, centred around open-flame grilling on a custom-built brick hearth. Dishes focus on bold, local flavours and a smoky umami that only true, open-flame cooking can produce.
Thirty Six Brewlab focuses on researching, studying and experimenting with styles, techniques, ingredients and flavours to bring customers a truly exciting selection of beers on rotation.
The talented Greg Brown is Head Brewer - a highly respected figure in Singapore’s craft beer- scape, well-known for his seamless synthesis of analytical precision (from his IT past) with his own innate sense of fun. His mastery shines through in playful, creative original brews such as a 2021 award-winning beer that mimics Willy Wonka’s 3-Course Dinner Gum cheekily named Violet No-Regard (ABV 5.8%, Purple Ale) using local butterfly-pea flower to give the beer a wonderful purple hue.
The superb food menu, focused on open flame grilling, features both small bites and large plates that infuse local produce and flavours into classic bar and smokehouse recipes, and is guaranteed to excite the senses! Make a reservation with Thirty Six via this link.
After five years of calling its cosy corner “meating spot” on Amoy Street home, Singapore’s foremost Argentinian steakhouse boCHINche by local lifestyle collective Spa Esprit Group has moved out of one Chinatown dining enclave to claim its stake in another - this time along the popular Club Street stretch. The new location boasts a larger dining hall decked out with a fresh look inspired by tribal design, an open kitchen and grill that flanks the entire length of the restaurant, and a refreshed menu designed by head chef Fabrice Mergalet to bring the age- old steakhouse experience to the modern age.
With a bigger location comes bolder ambitions as boCHINche continues to elevate the steakhouse experience in its new home. Ingredients, from trusted staples to regional specialties, are sourced seasonally from around the world to ensure the best products all year long. Modern cooking techniques such as sous vide, lacto fermentation, and infusions allow the kitchen to develop new dishes with unexpected ingredient and flavour combinations that draw inspiration from culinary traditions beyond Latin America, and across the world. Beyond its prized steaks, lighter, brighter flavours and more varied protein options have been introduced to widen its appeal. One thing remains unchanged since day one - steaks are cooked using traditional grilling techniques over charcoal fire to achieve a lightly charred crust and smoky aroma that best highlights the natural flavours of the beef.
Easily spot the restaurant on 27 Club Street with its textured facade cladded in panels of rustic recycled wood pieces. Step into the space and immediately notice the difference as tribal design-inspired interiors exude an undeniable masculine elegance, contrasted with quirky, fun elements throughout. A nod to soviet modernism design, clean, elegant lines of wood panelling, marble surfaces, and brass fittings are further accentuated with warm lighting in the 66-seater restaurant designed by the group’s creative director Jerry Sparks.
“boCHINche has been like that trusted old friend that never lets you down through the years. We’ve grown beyond just being that Argentinian restaurant or a traditional steakhouse - and have truly carved out a unique identity in Singapore’s dining scene that I believe will stand the test of time, and flourish even into even bigger and bolder possibilities from this point on,” shares Cynthia Chua, founder and Chairman of Spa Esprit Group.
Pre-meal nibbles come in inspired morsels packed full of flavours. Crispy Argentinian Spring Rolls (S$14) are filled with tender, richly flavoured chopped pig ears, cut with an aromatic mix of jalapeño, piquillo, scallion, and coriander. A trio of hand-cut beef, chicken and sweet corn Empanadas (S$5 each) continue to be boCHINche’s signature crowd-pleasers, with the addition of a new flavour that elevates the quintessential ham and cheese pairing with rich provolone cheese, smoked ham, sweet confit onions and pimento.
While meats are the main event at boCHINche, a new selection of standout starters offer bright respite for those seeking a lighter touch for their meals. A plump, milky ball of artisanal Italian Burrata (S$29) is paired with a medley of fermented tomatoes that cut through each creamy spoonful with refreshing fizzy pops on the palate, dotted with avocado mousse and edible orange cosmos. Quail (S$28) offers more than just a beautifully charcoal grilled bird with earthy flavours of salt-crusted roasted beetroot, crunchy roasted hazelnuts and tangy berries brought together with a rich buttermilk sauce. A classic Spanish risotto-style Bomba Arroz Verde (S$27) is topped with grilled Argentinian prawns, while raw scallop bites are folded throughout the rice and glazed with a stock made using seafood trimmings, resulting in a satisfying, creamy consistency while still remaining blissfully dairy-free.
From the famous wood and charcoal grill, a combination of cherry, apple and jarrah wood lends an irresistible flavour to a proud selection of carefully selected, grass-fed beef imported directly from Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Japan. While Argentinian beef remains the heart and soul of boCHINche, a renewed emphasis has been placed on the brand being an authority on high quality cuts of beef from around the world. A dry-aging fridge allows beef to be dry- aged in-house—typically for 35 to 38 days—using traditional methods, with an added coating of beef tallow that helps enhance the aging process while introducing new dimensions of flavours.
A thoughtful, 50-odd-strong-label wine list completes the steakhouse experience, with 10 labels available by glass and carafe. Designed around the philosophy of pairing wines and cuisine of the same origin, the list features 30 Argentinian labels—mainly from the key region of Mendoza—ranging from the quaffable to the bold and robust. The list is split between a selection of natural wines sourced from Drunken Farmer, while the rest remain conventional for their big, robust flavours that are best enjoyed with aged meats cooked over charcoal fire.
Moving away from the traditionally formal and somewhat intimidating wine bars, Club Street Wine Room has been designed as an inviting space, beckoning imbibers and diners alike to drop in any time for a glass of wine and a delicious bite.
Club Street Wine Room breaks the norms with its dynamic directory that offers something for every palate, appealing to traditionalists, fans of natural wines and adventurous tipplers alike. The diverse repertoire invites imbibers to go on a journey of discovery, exploration and experimentation for a swirling good time.
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.
At the very heart of Picanhas' is an empire that revels in the glory of their Queen of Steaks. A grand experience that aims to give the people what they want. Picanhas on Club Street serves two signature beef bowls which comes from a type of Brazilian cut beef that comes from the the top of the rump region of the cow, giving it its own signature and robust taste. Choose from their two signature dishes or get both - Queen of Steaks and Picanha Don.
At Burn on Club Street, customers can enjoy woodfired Aussie inspired food all cooked in a firebrick oven handmade by the owner. They take pride in their bread and natural starters producing a variety of natural loafs and flat-bread that are of a sourdough variety. They specialise in cocktails with micro-distilled spirits and slow-cooked meats from Oz.
They are now doing islandwide delivery as low as $5! You can now get all your healthy favourite bowls, sandwiches and dinner options delivered right to your doorstep with their own ordering platform. Just follow this link burnclubst.sg or sideways.com.sg to place your orders.
Izy was an urban contemporary Izakaya Bar serving quality Japanese fare to hardworking young working professionals on Club Street. In her 2019 rebrand, Izy Fook aims to provide top Singaporean dishes alongside key Cantonese delights in a newly renovated space, promoting a revived and rowdy drinking culture.
Together, Izy Fook, cheekily translating as “together, lets prosper” is a hip Japanese kitchen inspired by old school Singapore Cantonese restaurants and the energy of late night Chinatown watering holes back in the 1970s Singapore. Izy Fook takes a creative approach towards incorporating the roasted and charred Cantonese meats into quality Izakaya classing dishes.
The “Living Room” occupies the front portion of the restaurant and showcases a series of brand new art pieces from Hong Kong’s hottest illustrator, Jonathan Jay Lee. The "Living Room" also contains a long and open bar where diners could grab quick and dirty drinks or bottles of wine with sharing plates of authentic Japanese fare; while loud hip hop and rock and roll music plays over the speakers.
The “Dining Hall” hidden at the back of the restaurant sits up to 50 people and has a private dining VIP room decorated with beloved old school movie posters. Again, unapologetic loud music plays over low lighting making for a rowdy yet celebratory atmosphere.
UFIT Health and Fitness has announced the takeover of a new site at 21 Club Street, in central Singapore, where they will launch the first-ever UFIT Hub. This move aims to unite UFIT’s core offerings of Personal Training, Group Exercise, Physiotherapy and Nutrition under one roof, and is 1 of the 3 planned Hubs for the business.
The first UFIT Health and Fitness Hub will open at 21 Club Street in December 2019 and will become the CBD Flagship. A one-stop destination for Health and Fitness, the Hub will offer a high-quality, holistic service for a personalised fitness experience.
Dean Ahmad, UFIT co-Founder and COO added, “This Hub will showcase the very best of everything UFIT has to offer. The integration of all our services under one roof allows our clients access to world class professionals, working in collaboration to help them achieve incredible results – no matter what their starting point is on their health and fitness journey."
2 further Hubs will be created at UFIT's existing sites at Orchard, linking up UFIT Orchard and UFIT Clinic Orchard, and in the west with UFIT one-north and UFIT Clinic one-north.
The CBD site sits within the traditional shophouses in Singapore, and its bold location is a statement to the Singapore fitness industry of UFIT’s ambitious plans for this next phase. Alongside the existing Personal and Group Training, Physiotherapy and Nutrition that UFIT offers, the UFIT Hubs will also provide clients with access to Sports Medicine through an on-site sports doctor, an indoor open-floor studio, access to their very best trainers wherever you are in the world via its new Online Coaching platform, as well as carefully-curated retail and food and beverage services to enhance the overall omnichannel customer experience. This will all be underpinned by fully-integrated tech solutions essentially granting consumers with access to trusted professionals, from need-realisation and diagnosis through to holistic treatment.
Earlier this year, UFIT launched its new brand proposition “Igniting Greatness”. “This was the first part of our 5-year plan,” says UFIT CEO Will Skinner, “We simply want to get the very best out of everyone we work with, whether it be a member of the team or a member of our community, it’s all about creating the very best environment for people to achieve the goals they have always had their sights on.”
The next phase is bringing this to life in our Hubs and creating a place where we can focus on our 3 pillars of Goals, Community and People in one incredible and inspiring destination.”
Skinner continues, “The next 12 months are critical for us. UFIT has had an exciting journey getting to this point in 2019, by harnessing a strong and loyal community. For this next stage our Goal is to build on this amazing Community and deliver an authentic brand that truly matches the quality of our People."
Bonjour! The charming & well-received Merci Marcel in Tiong Bahru has recently established their second branch at Club Street.
The new branch which also has Parisian inspired décor, boasts a space of 1,250 sq ft.
On the menu: T-bone New Zealand Black Angus wth oven baked potatoes and thick crème fraiche homemade Béarnaise sauce ($69), Duck Parmentier façon Marcel ($26) – a duck confit dish, Hokkaido Scallop Carpaccio ($29) and more.
Famous Australian brewing company, Little Creatures, has opened its brewpub in Singapore on Club Street and is proud to be a part of Singapore's burgeoning craft beer scene.
Singapore is Little Creatures' second international outpost and brewpub. The first one opened in Hong Kong close to 2 years ago.
So take a stroll down Mohamed Ali Lane and discover great beer, yummy food from their curated menu & a historic venue brimming with atmosphere.
Brewed freshly on site, Little Creatures always has something to welcome a beer newbie or satisfy a serious hop head. From their Year Round range to Seasonal Releases and Single Batches, they've got you covered, no matter what time of the year.
At Le Bon Funk, they love their natural wines and are such passionate foodies, but are really at their happiest just showing their patrons a good time. A cosy, but friendly new spot along the ever-bustling Club Street, swing by and join them for a drink or two.
Curated by Head Sommelier Josée Yeomans, their ever-evolving, living wine list is a celebration of people over place - winemakers over wine regions, leisure over labels. Whether you’re looking to unwind with a simple tipple or embark on a thrilling adventure that will excite your palate, every bottle is a familiar yet alluring initiation to the good funk.
Chef-Owner and Burnt Ends alumnus Keirin Buck presents a communal dining programme that is unfussy yet deeply satisfying. From house-cured charcuterie to contemporary fine plates, every dish is an embodiment of his fanatical attention to detail.
Their menu changes daily in tandem with the day’s best produce, but for a flavour of what to expect, check out their Sample Chef’s Menu.
Go Big or Go Home – and that’s exactly what the trio founders of Monte Carlo Boys bar & restaurant did!
Exposed to Monaco’s lavish lifestyle at a very tender age, William, Anthony and Julien brought their game right to the heart of the Central Business District. Being the first Monaco establishment to set foot in Singapore, owners and notorious high school buddies Julien, William and Anthony expands their empire with its rustic metal and wooden fixtures, that enhances the captivating industrial-chic lounge located at the fringe of Club Street, so fret not Instagram enthusiasts.
The Monte Carlo Boys aim to socially share their homeland’s authentic flavours and vibes with their first international venture, while glorifying their own personal life motto – “Life’s too short to drink bad beers and liquors” – and to do exactly that, they have graciously brought in their very own cultivation of luxurious and full-bodied beer. Trust in the Monte Carlo Boys when they say you’ll never have another experience that pays homage with Monegasque dining delicacies infused with heritage and passed down tradition elsewhere.
Ambitious and artistic, Anthony Oscar Orengo prides upon his first café that rose to unexpected success. Not only did Emilie’s Cookies & Coffeeshop clinched Monaco’s best briefly in 5 years, the 29-year-old DJ has hosted many, not if the biggest parties ‘til date back at base. “We believe that people’s love of food and beer always brings the best of people together, and that has always been the underlying motivation for us. We chose Singapore because the lifestyle people celebrate here is very similar to Monaco’s scene. All three of us have explored the different continents around the globe and found that Singapore’s where we feel most at home.”
Thus explaining the décor that will transcend you into realms of the French Riviera, so do keep your glasses raised and hands up high as we anticipate eclectic sounds of Deep House, new-age Hip-Hop and unforgettable old school R&B classics, whilst enjoying unique spirits from their region.
Partner in crime William Scheffer will not disappoint. This man is the living example of ‘No Risk, No Rewards’. His experiences roaming South East Asia within the past decade has cultivated certain values he treasures, so don’t mess because the 30-year-old operational expertise definitely knows how to handle his liquor as well as his patrons. “I want to be able to provide a place where people feel at home, and that can be seen here where the crew is able to utilize their strengths. That also means they would be having fun, with our food and drinks of course!”. Geared up with several successful entrepreneurial rendezvous, what William embodies can be seen in the products he distributes to well known hotels in Singapore and now here at Monte Carlo Boys.
The glue that keeps these boys in check is none other than Julien Picard. The 31-year-old real estate connoisseur splurges his substantial experience deemed with impeccable taste can be seen in the establishments outlook. Make sure to come as often to meet the busy man himself. Be prepared for a crazy night out with the bartender’s and boys’ generosity, because that’s what makes everybody come back for more.
In line with its name, Monte Carlo Boys has so much more to offer on site for all age groups to dine, host events and network all while busking in a lifestyle concept that everyone indulges in.
Zui Hong Lou (醉红楼), first opened as a Dim Sum Bar in 2013 and has now relaunched as a modern Asian diner and bar on 90 Club Street - packing a punch in traditional flavours of their cocktails and dishes. Created by the good people of the The Establishment who are also behind brands like Gem Bar, Nutmeg & Clove, Wanton and #FindTheLockerRoom Bangkok.
Offering modern interpretation of Chinese food with traditional cooking methods and Asian-inspired cocktails which are simple yet beautifully executed. Check out their menus here.
Lucia Cakes’ owner and head baker trained in classical French patisserie at Le Cordon Bleu, London, after having worked in Banking for ten years.
The name LUCIA comes from her maternal grandmother, Lucy, who lived in St. Lucia’s Lane in Ceylon and was the baker in the family. It was from her that Lucia Cakes’ owner learnt how to bake whenever she visited during her school holidays many, many moons ago.
Like its namesake, Bourbon Street is a purveyor of the finest Bourbon in Singapore.
Bourbon Street is also a tribute to the rich spirit of the Louisiana neighbourhood, serving up good o'l soul food such as Chicken & Waffles and Seafood Gumbo paired to perfection with its drinks and cocktails, all at our snazzy venue for an authentic southern experience.
Having been recognized for its culinary repertoire since appearing on the local gastronomic scene in 2000, Senso is adding in new flavour to the Club Street bar scene with The S bar.
The 30-seater bar immortalizes the crucial period in Italy that gave way to the La Dolce Vita era, “the sweet life”, between the 1950s to 1960s – a space created for the folks in the current 21st century to witness and pay homage to the strong tradition of Italian society.
Capturing the timeless glamour of Italy, The S bar preserves the personalities that rendered the fifties a period of great charm by using the nostalgic monochrome palette across the space. Walls adorned in fine Ostrich upholstery with antique black mirrors ostensibly evoke one’s wistful affection for the period of the past. Coupled with a lively mix of vibrant red sofas, the entire bar portrays the diametric contrast between the old rural way of life and the new modernising Italy during the period.
Guests can relish the taste of the classic or handcrafted cocktails to artisanal spirits. Available in the menu are meticulously crafted cocktails inspired by the walks of life in Italy. The classic Aperol Spritz, with its Aperol and Prosecco over ice and a splash of Club Soda in perfect proportions, is an essential Italian ritual for warm Summer afternoons. Negroni is another classic with Campari as its base where the aperitif’s bitter yet fruity characteristic is mixed well with Gin and Martini Rosso. Romantico, on the other hand, is an exceptional adulteration to the pristine smooth Belvedere Vodka mixed with Lime Cordial, Peach purée and Cranberry juice offering a calming sensation amidst vague sweetness in every sip with its Thyme finish.
Accompanied by gourmet bar bites, guests can expect a tease of taste buds with The S bar’s La Plachetta Platter lining up delectable cold cuts such as Salami, Mortadella and Bresaola with mature Cheeses from Fontina and Taleggio to Truffled Robiola among others. Fresh Oysters of Normandy are also available to tingle your palette for more wines and cocktails. Where most wine lovers agree that the vocabulary of oyster flavours overlaps with that of wine: “crisp,” “buttery,” and “flinty”, they can find both fine wines and fine oysters at one single place.
Caché, which means ‘hidden’ in French, is conceptualised based on its name. Concealed behind a camouflaged wall, this industrial-chic bar adorned with copper pipes is tucked away at the end of Izy. Caché exudes a rich and tactile experience with its leather and mirror panels that line the bar's walls alongside grey velvet sofas and gilded coffee tables.
In Caché, expect your gastronomic experience to be taken up a notch with perfectly balanced concoctions that are an amalgamation of Japanese tastes and techniques.
Lorna Jane has opened its 1st showroom in Singapore in the trendy Club Street area, which also houses one of their Asia offices. The showroom retails the latest collections from the fast fashion women’s activewear brand, which produces monthly collections of 70-100 styles throughout the year.
The brand has pioneered the activewear category since 1990 when the brand started out in Brisbane, Australia by Lorna Jane Clarkson, a part-time aerobics instructor was looking to fill the gap for activewear in the market. Now it has around 150 stores in Australia, 50 stores in the United States and has a presence in over 45 countries. With a following amongst many personal trainers and fitness bloggers, the brand is continuing its expansion into Asia with a presence in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China and other major Asian countries.
Designed by women for women, the brand is known for its trademarked LJ Excel fabric with properties made to flatter a woman’s figure. Bestselling styles like Booty & Ultimate Support tights and padded sports bras are constructed and fitted to give support and uplift, especially for a woman’s body.
In addition, founder Lorna Jane Clarkson and followers of the brand live by the brand’s holistic philosophy of Move Nourish Believe by being active everyday, eating healthy and believing that anything is possible. This philosophy is also conveyed through the brand’s positioning, with healthy eating recipes, inspirational desktop wallpapers and a Lorna Jane app that tracks the fitness progress of followers around the globe.
Club Street's Da Paolo Il Ristorante has recently renamed itself, Da Paolo HQ @ Club St with a completely new look and menu.
They have separate menus for day and night, offering a range of Italian dishes. For their day menu, they offer sandwiches like their grilled chicken breast and avocado with pesto, parma ham and emmental or if you're a pasta-lover, you could try out their pastas like the arrabbiata or their salads like marinated roma tomatoes and bocconcini.
Check out their dinner menu that offers a different set of pastas like their al fegato d'anatra which includes hommade tagliatelle and duck liver or their aragostine all'arrabbiata which serves homemade squid ink pasta and slipper lobster and more. They also offer a selection of usual bites like tomato bruschetta, calamari, truffle fries, burgers like their wagyu beef burgers and pizzas like their mac and cheese flavor.
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. `
The newly refurbished The Club is poised to reopen its doors after undergoing a nine-month extensive refurbishment. The Club’s newly defined spaces are set to be the latest luxury boutique setting encapsulating luxurious rooms and five exciting food & beverage – all under one roof.
Upon reopening, the fresh new look will bring travellers and locals alike under one interconnected mix of rooms, restaurants, bars and rooftop venues. Planned as an ideal destination getaway to Ann Siang Hill, the once traditional home of exclusive social clubs will be a prime hotspot to revive the spectacular landscape of the venue’s rich diversity and historical roots. Encompassing a total guest experience from the first encounter until the last, The Club invites guests to mingle and stay throughout with its multitude of offerings from day to night.
The Club resides in a heritage building which features 20 well-appointed rooms including two suitesand five unique restaurants and bars. The tastefully decorated rooms and suites are lavish in style and comfort to capture the essence of pure luxury.
Housing five restaurants and bars under its roof, The Club consists of several new wine and dine concepts. Soon to join the highly acclaimed B28 underground whisky bar, guests can expect to see an impressive lounge café & bar, a graceful champagne yard, a second restaurant by The Disgruntled Chef, and the first Peruvian themed rooftop bar in Singapore. The Club’s new interconnected culture easily bridges the way to experience these unique offerings personally, capturing the energy and essence of each venue.
Los Primos has re-opened with an open kitchen & bar and updated menu.
Inspired by the tradition of Spanish taverns, Los Primos (Spanish term for "the cousins") is a casual space to get-to-together and enjoy authentic Spanish food over a glass of beer, wine or Sangria. Choose from our wide selection of classic dishes, including over 30 types of tapas and variety of mains.
The owners’ who have worked and managed operations in Spain, together with the Spainish chefs, truly deliver a traditional Spanish dining experience. Situated in the heart of bustling Club Street, Los Primos with its open kitchen concept, hosts a long tapas and cocktail bar, embedded with original ceramic tiles and lit by wrought-iron chandeliers and torches from Valencia.