Classic cocktails, craftsmanship and precision. Named after the double-coned measuring device used by bartenders to accurately pour out liquid, Jigger & Pony in Amara Singapore is a tribute to the 19th-century, when cocktail recipes were listed in "jiggers" and "ponies".
Home to classic cocktails and fresh interpretations of the same, Jigger & Pony caters to both the informed as well as the freshly acquainted cocktail drinker.
Jigger & Pony is especially great for groups, with crowd favourites like the Punch Bowl being absolutely ideal for a large party of friends. This is unquestionably a place where memories are made.
Perched atop the exquisitely restored and iconic heritage building, 1927 in Sofitel So Singapore offers patrons a luxurious urban oasis set in the heart of CBD with its glitzy cocktails and ritzy décor.
Discerning epicureans can look forward to embarking on a gastronomical journey with the bar’s innovative selection of artisanal equatorial cocktails, delicately paired with tantalizing sharing platters of modern tapas and bar bites. A charismatic rooftop lounge with dashes of tropical chic elements surrounding the lush infinity-edged pool, 1927 creates an exclusive dining experience that is inviting by day, intimate by night.
Bar Cicheti, new sister restaurant of five year old Cicheti, is entirely devoted to pasta and wine.
Their small, but confidently executed food menu is complemented by a carefully curated wine list where a selection of adventurous and less commercial labels take center stage. A charming, quaint Peranakan-tiled shophouse located at 10 Jiak Chuan Road is the perfect setting for this new & exciting setting for Chef Lim Yew Aun and restauranteur Liling Ong.
Bar Cicheti is the newest addition to the bustling Keong Saik dining enclave. An extension of sister restaurant Cicheti at Kandahar street, Bar Cicheti presents exciting and thoughtfully prepared pasta dishes alongside a well-curated, globally sourced wine list with a selection of classic craft Italian cocktails.
“There is something incredibly welcoming about popping open a great bottle of wine and indulging in a plate of pasta. Complexity and simplicity all in one sitting. We set out to create a restaurant that would welcome and draw everyone in, regardless of age or culture. Pasta is universal. their guests, Bar Cicheti will offer gluten-free pasta options, as well as many vegetarian dishes too.
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Authentic, approachable and irresistible, the menu at Bar Cicheti reads a focused list of pasta dishes with two seasonal meat and fish selections that will see an update every three to four months. Each pasta dish is prepared a-la minute, and is a culmination of traditional Italian cooking techniques, robust flavours and thoughtfully sourced ingredients.
The uniqueness of Bar Cicheti (aside from its “pasta and wine bar” offering), is its wonderful location along Jiak Chuan Road that lends itself to being the ideal meeting spot / pre-party dining joint for a group night out.
Wine is most certainly not an after thought at Bar Cicheti. Devoted to showcasing small batch producers for diners to discover, only the most interesting wines from boutique, independent vineyards are poured at Bar Cicheti. Worth mentioning as well are Bar Cicheti’s craft cocktails. Made fresh, using only the best liquors and spirits, expect to indulge in a timeless selection comprising classics such as Negroni, Americano, Bellini, Spritz and Spagliato.
Designed by Simone Konighaussen, the 42-seater Bar Cicheti boasts a confidently executed minimalist interior with touches of classic bistro elements that pay homage to 1960s Italy. Taking centerstage is the fully open kitchen where guests have the privy to watch Chef Aun and his team delicately prepare each dish.
The space lends itself perfectly for an upmarket meets casual gourmet experience. For a great night out with friends, allow dinner to continue into drinks at Bar Cicheti by savouring their extensive beverage menu and soak in the wonderful neighbourhood of Keong Siak, Chinatown.
Hej Kitchen & Bar (pronounced as Hey!) is a casual alfresco with a cosy restful ambience, nestled in Peranakan Place. Open for your daily sip and sup, welcoming both families and friends.
Surrounded by potted greens, joyful colours and homely outdoor furniture by Danish design house Hay and a white-washed timber deck, Hej puts one at ease by inspiring a sense of home and respite from the busy Orchard Road shopping street.
At Hej Kitchen & Bar, they offer a full lunch and dinner menu, paired with extraordinary cocktails to satisfy.
Situated in the heart of Katong, The Communal Place serves an array of dishes of which are mostly catered for “Communal” dining and gatherings, they hope to bring back the memories together with their loved ones through their affordable and communal dining concepts.
Embarked on with the heart for bringing people together; The Communal Place creates the perfect setting for families and friends to gather, something that we tend to lose through the digital world. They do not provide WIFI connectivity in their establishment.
Serving an array of Western-Fusion cuisine splatted with a touch of homeliness, they promise to connect people with every meal.
Telok Ayer Arts Club, a new multi-concept venue by The Supermarket Company, is now open at 2 McCallum Street in Singapore’s bustling Central Business District - at the crossroads of cultural, business and dining communes. Positioned as a fresh take on the beloved community centres of Singapore’s heartlands, it is a space for everyone that brings together art, music, food and drink in new and accessible ways.
Curators Anmari Van Nieuwenhove and Kamiliah Bahdar will invite local and regional artists to fill the space with multidisciplinary works and performances designed to jolt white-collar senses from their everyday routine. Music director Hasnor Sidik aims to overturn notions of work and play with tongue-in-cheek concepts like “Office Hours” and “Kelab Malam”, a club night in the CBD.
Head Chef Betram Leong brings his rendition of French Mediterranean cuisine, flecked with rustic, comforting and occasionally Asian flavours to an all-day dining menu. Beverage manager Din Hassan takes the best of Southeast Asian flavours and distils it into a concise but clever menu of reinvented classics and regional favourites, with a day drinking happy hour programme.
Bringing it all together is The Supermarket Company founder Sue-Shan Quek, a hospitality maven with a portfolio of well-loved cultural-culinary concepts and a penchant for art and design. Through creative residences and events helmed by multidisciplinary artists, themed club nights and more rule-bending programming, they hope to shape the way Singaporeans approach the arts.
Bringing to the fore a chic contemporary grill set in a new lifestyle and social dining destination, SKAI is located on the 70th floor of the iconic Swissôtel The Stamford and is prepped to become the go-to sky-dining establishment in Singapore.
Pairing unparalleled views of the cityscape with a curated selection of prime beef cuts and fresh seafood infused with delicate Japanese accents, Chef Paul Hallett’s signature culinary style, philosophy and techniques are showcased in SKAI’s contemporary and casually inviting setting.
SKAI features the finest produce with a respectful tribute towards Japanese ingredients; the lunch set menu comprises grains and salads, main courses and delicious desserts, while the dinner menu brings a more refined selection of sharing plates and Ishiyaki. Chef Paul lends his extensive expertise in butchery to SKAI, sourcing and curing premium quality beef, cooked to perfection in SKAI’s state-of-the-art Josper Charcoal Oven. The restaurant offers a thoughtful balance with an array of fresh fish and seafood, delivering a well-rounded dining experience to return to regularly. Winner of the Singapore Pastry Cup 2017, Chef Koo Jee brings her expertise to deliver a delicious range of desserts, as well as an exclusive afternoon pastry offering.
Inspired by Nordic simplicity, the airy minimalist space features light maple wood, soft natural hues, minimalist vertical design and organic textures to create an urban atmosphere with a residential design aesthetic. The elegant space seats 130 guests, making the casual and vibrant, yet intimate setting perfect for social gatherings.
SKAI is all set for its opening on the 3rd September. Making a booking and discover the magic of this new joint.
The Obelisk is a newly-launched kitchen & bar concept with a menu that changes every 4 months. Currently, they feature local-European fusion food with a bespoke cocktail menu inspired by local flavours, made to pair with their dishes.
Located along Tanjong Pagar Road and just a few minutes away from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, The Obelisk offers fusion creations like Bak Chor Mee scotch egg, Chili Crab patty with steamed Chinese buns, topped with fried corn & smoked mayo and many more.
Kinou is a restaurant plus mixology bar and the cool new kid in Tras Street. Swing by and try their ceviches, tartares, meats, platters, wine, cocktails.
Named after the founder's mother, Kinou is more than a restaurant — it’s a concept, a place to share moments, food, and drinks.
Their customizable private room, Karousel, is cleverly designed with a massive round table that serves as an adjustable central element. It's one space for multiple purposes: vernissages, product launches, business meetings, cocktails, private dinners.
Cosy whisky bar The Cooperage on Hong Kong Street has more than 200 whiskies to offer. They believe in providing good, affordable whiskies. It’s their way of sharing the whisky they love with everyone.
Other an extensive beverage menu, patrons can look forward to their food selection too. Duck Confit with Truffle Mash & Orange Sauce, Spicy Prawn & Scallop Aglio Olio and many more delectable dishes are available too for The Cooperage's patrons' dining pleasure.
Papi’s Tacos is a cozy taqueria and vibrant Mexican eatery located on Singapore's bustline Seah Street.
Reflecting the informal street dining culture of Central Mexico, Papi’s Tacos represents the long-awaited arrival of authentic, fuss-free Mexican fare in the Lion City.
Along with a convivial atmosphere and honest food steeped in tradition, diners are welcomed with heartfelt hospitality from a kitchen helmed by Head Chef and Partner, Mauricio Espinoza. Mauricio (or Papi, as the people around him like to call him), hails from the small town of Papalotla, Mexico and brings his heritage to an array of simple, yet mouthwatering tacos and native dishes. And because no taqueria is complete without the requisite selection of high-quality tequilas, guests are treated to a straightforward menu of bebidas and refreshing margaritas from the gurus behind the legendary cocktail bar Employees Only.
Bistr(o)ne36 is a cosy bar & kitchen tucked away in a corner of a peaceful street in Whampoa West and located just a 2 minutes walk away from Boon Keng MRT startion.
The folks at Bistr(o)ne36 offer carefully crafted and well-seasoned western dishes. Enjoy their signatures like New Zealand Ribeye Steak with Red Wine Sauce, Mushroom Truffle Cream Pasta, Lamb Shank Stew and many more.
Q-WA Izakaya opens its second outlet, gracing Tan Quee Lan Street with its divine pairing of White Charcoal (Sawdust Binchotan) grilled Japanese delights and diverse range of Japanese alcohol at incomparable prices.
A hidden gem nestled along 103 Beach Road, just a stone's throw away from Bugis MRT, it features an extensive menu of Yakimono, Light Bites, Deep Fried cutlets, Don and Udon - the savoury accompaniments to an affordable ($5 per) glass of artisanal Japanese beer, sake, whiskey, or shochu during Happy Hour!
Q-WA Izakaya takes pride in serving quality grilled Yakimono of chicken, pork, beef, seafood and vegetarian variants using finest ingredients shipped in from Japan. Marinated with an in-house Garlic Spice Powder and gourmet Moshio (seaweed salt), these signature skewers are meticulously grilled over one of the top-grade Sawdust Binchotan charcoals, imbuing it with a distinct touch of smokiness and umami. With a true love for Japanese street food, no stones are left unturned in the owner, Rita's effort in recreating authentic Japanese grilled skewers with its maximum tastes.
Adorned with warm Japanese decors and fibngs, bright lanterns, and kawaii koinobori (carp streamers), its beckoning and casual atmosphere is reminiscent of a traditional hole-in-the-wall Izakaya in Japan. Trebled with quality Japanese street fares and affordable selection of Japanese alcoholic beverages, Q-WA Izakaya delivers an authentic Izakaya experience that transports customers straight into the heart of Japan!
Relive the glamour of 1980s Hong Kong at Mona Lounge.
Paying tribute to the hedonistic era of 1980s Hong Kong, Sum Yi Tai (meaning “Third Wife” in Cantonese) offers modernised Chinese dining without losing the soul of classic Cantonese dishes. Mona Lounge is Sum Yi Tai’s back-room cocktail lounge, located on the second floor of the shophouse, where the lounge’s matriarch Mona invites her friends to be unencumbered from the watchful eyes of onlookers, imbibe dangerously on cocktails and soak in jazzy Chinese tunes.
The intimate space transports guests to the glamourous period of 1980s Hong Kong with mahjong tables and cosy leather seats. Their modernised Asian cocktail menu combines the expertise of Head Bartender Byron Tan and Group Chief Bartender Sam Wong and tells the story of Mona through glimpses into her past.
Mona Lounge invites guests over from Monday to Saturday, from 6 pm to 1 am. Access can be requested at Sum Yi Tai, where guests can ask to see Mona and be presented with a unique code for a locked door that leads to Mona Lounge.
Having made a name for shaking up Singapore's dining scene with a broad portfolio of Italian dining and drinking destinations, the ilLido Group has now set its sights on making whisky appreciation fun and sexy with their newly-opened whisky & cocktail bar concept, Room for More.
Room for More is very much about approaching whisky appreciation through a contemporary lens. In that vein, the menu offers a whirlwind tour of the world's most notable distilleries and whisky houses; Alongside an extensive repertoire of Scotland's finest. Room for More also showcases whiskies from Japan, India, France, Switzerland, and more.
Housed in Dempsey Hill, Room for More resembles a snazzy atelier than a typical whisky lounge.
The team behind entertainment consultancy, A Phat Cat Collective, will launch its latest concept, NINETEEN80 at the end of June. A nostalgic tribute to all things 80s, the retro-themed arcade bar marks the group’s first brick and mortar location.
Located in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, NINETEEN80 provides a throwback to the old school days with a selection of retro arcade games, nostalgic cocktails and a line-up of classic funky favourites from some of Singapore’s top DJs. It will be the perfect space for those looking for an evening drink or to bop the night away to a collection of favourite anthems. Refer to their Facebook page for more information.
Founded in September 2017, A Phat Cat Collective is an Entertainment Consultancy based in Singapore, specialising in curating unique concepts, programmes, events and marketing that thrive within the F&B and Nightlife community, by entertainment stalwarts with over 40 years of cumulative experience in some of the city’s most prominent institutions.
Nightlife will hit fever pitch when one of the biggest nightclub brands in the world, Marquee, makes its Asia debut at Marina Bay Sands in year 2019. Set to be a game changer in the nightlife scene, Marquee – which sits within a new multi-concept dining and entertainment destination - is another collaborative effort between Marina Bay Sands and TAO Group, following the successful launch of LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar in January this year.
Offering a club experience like no other, Marquee Singapore will take up the space formerly occupied by one of the two theatres at the iconic Marina Bay Sands. Promising a fully immersive nightclub experience, Marquee Singapore will be a perfect blend of design, technology and cutting-edge sound that will span across three different floors, with dramatically high ceilings that soar 70 feet and a full-sized, eight-armed Ferris Wheel, offering unrivaled views of the nightclub for guests riding in its pods.
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.
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.
Singapore’s first fully loft-inspired designer hotel Studio M Hotel Singapore presents a relaxed new outdoor kiosk venue Bugis @ Studio M. Located in the heart of action at Robertson Quay, Bugis @ Studio M delivers a fun experience with friends over drinks and genuine local Asian delicacies inspired by the heyday of Bugis Street.
Once described as the Montmartre of Singapore, Bugis Street top tourist destination during the 1950s to 1980s. Hugely popular among locals and visitors from all over the world, Bugis Street featured raucous street-side dining and buzzing night markets. Its rich and colourful nightlife scene has since been replaced by modern shopping malls, restaurants and nightspots.
Bugis @ Studio M goes all out for a design style that showcases the best of old Singapore-- wine barrel tables, rickshaws seats, bicycle wheels -- lit up by the surrounding skyline. With the oriental flowers and flamboyant ferns under the stars, one can choose to sit on the penny-farthings, with the dedicated bartender or unwind with friends at the solid wood barrels in a communal setting. The 32-seat Bugis @ Studio M lights up the adjacent green space with a nostalgic vibe, great tunes and friendly, laid-back service.
Craft beers available include those from local Singapore microbreweries like Archipelago draft, Ki Siao Brown Ale, SG Blonde Ale, Sibei Ho Witbier, Tiger and Tok Gong America IPA (S$10++ each), as well as international labels (S$12++ each) like the Australian Bridge Road Robust Porter, French La Chouette, ACME Pale Ale and North Coast Stellar from California, Belgian St. Bernardus Witbier, and Royal Jamaican Alcoholic Ginger Beer. A cocktail list includes the Little Red Dot’s world-famous Singapore Sling (S$16++).
Riding that bicycle down memory lane, Bugis @ Studio M offers a menu of homey Asian favourites that includes addictive snacks, shareable starters and even a few local dishes for hungry travellers.
Hopscotch, a bar previously located at Red Dot Traffic Building is now operating at Gillman Barracks after a year off.
Hopscotch is a promise of the best local-themed cocktails, heavenly grilled food and the wildest parties. Visit their new place for their signature craft cocktails with a local twist. Find out more about them from their Facebook page.
A collaboration between Hong Kong’s Young Master Brewery and Chef Vinny Lauria, The Guild is a restaurant and bar focused on thoughtfully handcrafted offerings, from culinary to craft beer, delivered with old fashioned hospitality and warmth.
Housed at 55 Keong Saik Road, The Guild serves up comfort food highlighting locally sourced ingredients and an extensive drinks menu that includes 19 different taps of independent craft beer, natural wines and cocktails based on small batch spirits.
With a mission to support the craftsmanship of small scale, conscientious producers, The Guild aims to bring together a community of people with the same shared ethos.
An exclusive and intimate space that channels laidback luxury. Perfection starts with the right mood and a bottle of wine at Stags' Room.
Stags’ Room is an intimate and lush wine room & lounge featuring a private reserve of vintage and exclusive wines from America and Australia in partnership with Stags’ Leap and Penfolds. Respectfully curated with a country resort reclusiveness, Stags’ Room offers well-heeled guests an authentic private estate experience, signature to the tradition of grand hospitality from the estate founders Horace and Minnie Mizner Chase who have played host to important guests such as the King and Queen of Portugal.
Feel the heat, sip on Mezcal, taste and share plates as you savour the flavours and move to the Latin beat.
So, question is. Who is Poncho???
Poncho loved life and had many homes around Latin America. He enjoyed great food, drinks, music, cigars and movies. His house was for everyone. Combining the best of all his casas, the Casa Poncho team bring his home to Singapore for you to enjoy!
Enjoy menu highlights like La Pluma - grilled Iberico pork pluma with caramelized pineapple or Dedos de Poncho - chilli cheese churros with jalapeño and cheddar. Or the Pulpo Ranchero - tender grilled octopus topped with chili ranchera salsa, pumpkin seeds and a dash of scallion oil.
Don't miss ordering a Mezcal-based cocktail like their signature La Margarita del Poncho.
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.
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.
The cocktails here are inspired by popular local dishes such as laksa and chicken rice.
Amrith, means nectar of immortality in Sanskrit.
The glasshouse bar is an extension of the Song of India restaurant and run by beverage consultancy, BarSmiths.
Their Hainanese Chicken Rice concotion ($26) is made with a fat-washed rye that takes on the flavours of garlic, ginger, shallots and sesame oil, a ginger liqueur and calamansi juice. The drink is served with a little side of chilled, Hainanese steamed chicken that is sprayed with a fragrant sesame and shallot oil.
The newly-opened Canjob Taproom on Tiong Bahru road offers draft cocktails, craft beers and spirits on tap.
Setting itself apart from the many night joints in Singapore; they carry a range of draft cocktails which can be "canned" for their patrons to bring home. They've got a machine that seals aluminum cans filled with their customers' choice of booze.
Zui Hong Lou (é†‰çº¢æ¥¼), 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.
Picotin Express first came to life in 2007 at the old stables of the Turf Club Road. From the French word for a ration of horse feeds, the name “Picotin” has been promptly adopted. Presently, the family-friendly European bistro is opening its second outlet in the East region of Singapore. Indeed, Picotin Express has given a refreshing scenery to a heritage site previously hosting Hogs Bar and Restaurant. Bearing in mind the rustic roots of its birthplace of success, Picotin Express at East Coast endorses an invaluable part of Singapore’s history by featuring distinctive colonial architecture. In fact, it inherits the breath-taking sight of one of the estimated 500 remaining Black and White Houses in Singapore.
Old friends of Picotin Express will be pleased to reunite in the East once again with classics that have greatly been missed. Particularly, fresh handmade pizzas named after horse breeds including the Pinto Pizza and other magnificent dishes such as the Whole Roasted Spring Chicken and the Pico Burger. While retaining the same menu, the second outlet will see an exciting addition of breakfast dishes every day starting from June onwards.
Diners who are looking for a space to host a romantic dinner, birthday party, corporate retreat, engagement parties or weddings are from this day forward able to discover the memories and flavours of the colonial era at Picotin Express East Coast.
Picotin Express East Coast will be looking forward to welcoming new diners as well as old friends of its birthplace soon!
The Red Lion is a Balmoral Rd / Bukit Timah Rd neighbourhood British bar serving up hearty British pub grub in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, right besides its partner outlet, SMITHS Fish & Chips shop.
The food is complimented with ice cold beverages with a British flavour (eg, London Pride bitter on tap), but the bar also promotes a wine culture for the more discerning customer and offers a full range of spirits and cocktails plus bottled craft beers and ciders.
Opening at 4pm Monday to Thursday and at midday on Fridays and weekends. On Saturdays 'TRL' morphs into a sporty bar where its outside deck comes into its own and customers can cheer on their teams and stars in all major sports on the bar's 3 large TV screens.
There’s nothing quite like a Spanish tapas restaurant: its buzz is electric, its flavours an absolute delight, its drinks a tonic for the soul. It’s a place that pulls you in and makes you want to stay... forever.
With its bold makeover, FOC PIM PAM is that magical place; now more than ever.
FOC PIM PAM (meaning ‘quick and easy’ in Spanish) is inspired by the Spanish bodegas and celebrates the vibrant tapas and wine culture of Barcelona with fine, fun food and sensaPonal drinks. Located in a laid-back nook of Orchard Road and already the go-to spot among diners for lunch, dinner and late-night libaPons with a Spanish flair, FOC PIM PAM now offers even more with the refurbishment of its interior.
The ambience is transformed to evoke the irrepressible energy and style of a Spanish tapas bar. The new colour paleUe is an urbane fusion of blacks and greys with Pmber finishes and metal accents. ParPPon walls, display shelves, pillars and counter tops take on rounded corners and languid lines and hum with a hip efficiency. While the funcPonal zones are clearly defined, the layout is open and freewheeling and invites the ceaseless human movement and social acPvity so reminiscent of tapas bars.
As befits Iberian hospitality, the service is fast and friendly, adding to the infecPous vibe. The menu has been re-invigorated. While sPll centering on Spanish cuisine, new menus have been created for each dedicated space within the restaurant.
Revitalised spaPal features like the Tapas Bar, Main Dining Room, Private Dining Room, Bar and Terrace redefine the interior for a more holisPc dining affair, whilst presenPng themselves as unique alcoves for any diner seeking a disPncPve experience, opPng for a quick meal on their own, feasPng with the family or casual drinks with friends. Look forward to a pared down, yet varied selecPon of casual tapas at the Tapas Bar and Terrace to a full and comprehensive menu at the Main Dining Room; and for special occasions and events in the Private Dining Room, a customised menu conceived by the culinary team.
Alongside these are familiar favourites, including Croquetas in different fillings (ham, mushroom, crab, and spinach & pine nuts), Squid Ink Paella (tradiPonal Spanish black rice, prawns, aioli), and Churros - classic with chocolate sauce or white chocolate-coated.
The famed Spanish penchant for lush, leisurely dining will work its spell, and the party will surely thereafer adjourn to the newly created alfresco terrace, housed in a ceiling-fanned veranda perched street-side along Orchard Road. Here diners can enjoy post-meal drinks including wines, spirits, gin & tonic and 16 variePes of cocktails served from the adjoining bar.
Bar Canary is an uber-chic poolside bar where you can go barefooted on the lush turfs and chill under the stars. Enjoy great beats and also not forgetting "boozy pops" (a union between a cocktail and a popsicle) which are made exclusively for the bar by local frozen treats creator, Popaganda.
Wander up the side entrance of Meat Smith at Little India and you'll find a little bar known as 'Rogue Trader'.
With colonial Indian accents, this sophisticated gem welcomes thirsty travellers and restaurant patrons alike. Think tea time and tonics, think adventure tales and spice trade; all while embracing the ingredients readily available in the area.
Enjoy the ultimate Korean party experience with 36.
Located in the heart of Singapore, 36 is the first korean-themed danceclub offering a ground-breaking party experience, in a raw, aesthetically pleasing atmosphere that makes the nightlife experience in the intimate space of 36 so unique.
Alongside Korea’s many party antics, 36 aims to blend Korean music with electro and hip-hop genres, through its line-up of both Singaporean and Korean resident DJs, as well as local, regional and international performers.
WAN is your new sanctuary. A premium nightlife space with high-energy music, an elaborate design, delicious cocktails and stunning people.
WAN is a proudly Asian premium nightclub and outdoor gastrobar, located in Singapore’s prime area of Suntec City with a clear view of the iconic Fountain of Wealth. A venue catering for early evening and late night happenings that encourage indulgence in a decadent, distinctly Asian utopian setting.
During all evenings of the week, WAN | Bar + Eat welcomes you to kick back with attractive happy hour promos, get buzzed with hand-crafted signature cocktails and lick your fingers clean with OMG-worthy Asian-inspired culinary treats.
At late nights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, WAN | Club invites you to escalate your night in the best possible way. Step indoors to a concoction of elite crowd, high energy musical sensations, elevated VIP service sections, and titillating jaw-dropping atmosphere supplemented with spectacles of thought-provoking design.
Atap is a non-alcoholic quintessential rooftop bar serving localised bespoke mocktails, located in the heart of Singapore’s heritage quarters, Arab Street.
With an amazing view, Atap is secretly located at one of the highest points of the area, nestled at the rooftop of a hipster hostel - Shophouse Hostel.
Atap is the first bar of its kind serving only non-alcoholic drinks and bespoke mocktails. All the drinks served at Atap are unique, just like their mocktails which are concocted using common herbs, fruits and spices from their very own garden to bring familiarity to your taste buds with a classic local twist. Every drink tells a story written deep within Singapore’s ancient history and folk legend. While you’re at it, come try their nostalgic nibblets and delicious bar snacks as well!
Going to Atap will transport you back to the colonial days of Singapore’s kampong past. Here you will take a trip down memory lane and relive back your younger days and get drunk on unbridled playfulness, fresh nostalgia and their favorite view of this heritage area.
p/s: you will need to climb 5 stories to reach the bar.
With wooden trellis ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, Local provides an airy, informal space where guests and the neighbourhood community can enjoy gourmet coffees and delicious all-day dining. The generous breakfast buffet sets you up for a day of exploring the city, while lunch becomes a treat thanks to salad and dessert buffets.
You can relax on a comfortable sofa in their lounge and bar, to savour artisan teas, indulgent pastries and aromatic local coffees prepared by expert baristas. The deli counter is ideal when you’re busy with meetings or refuelling after a workout. Head Chef Elvin Chew’s fragrant fusion of Asian and Western cuisine serves up creative dishes for dinner.
Inspired by the long-legged, long-necked wading bird — often viewed as a good omen — which builds large nests on the tops of trees and buildings, Mr Stork will house ten teepee huts set amid a lush oasis.
You can view their menu here. Mr Stork also offers the Andaz Pale Ale on tap, produced by popular local microbrewery, RedDot Brewhouse and it is exclusive to Andaz Singapore.
Sip a glass of classy Paris-inspired signature cocktails. And to make sharing even better, their chefs have created a selection of delicious sharing platters, including French, Spanish and Asian-style tapas, antipasti and premium cold cuts.
Enjoy a cup of their unique tea, Le Charme, created by ETTE Tea. It consists of silvertips white tea, black tea, pink rose buds, marigold & bergamot. Le Charme reflects the charm, whimsical music, dangling diamonds and breeze as you walk through the Novotel lobby.
They are committed to providing high-quality, locally roasted specialty coffee beans by A Stimulant by Sarnies, for home, businesses and offices. They care for their coffee at every step of the process – from seed to cup – to ensure you only get the best they have to offer.
Jalan Besar has a lot of cool new Food & Beverage kids. Newbie Seven & Ate is one of them. They love food and puns, but mainly food.
Taking over the space from Bao Makers, Seven & Ate is an all-day gastro pub which serves decadent sandwiches, burgers and quiona bowls.
Eggcited about Spam? One of their signatures is the Spam and Egg sandwich which will definitely satisfy!
The people at Seven & Ate based all that they do around the fact that they are food lovers themselves and their goal is to share with others this love and passion. Visit and leave with a heavy belly with smiles all round.
At the corner of Telok Ayer Street and Cross Street, you will find Bakery & Bar.
Bakery, cafe and bar all-in-one, serving freshly baked bread, rustic favourites and tapas from around the world, house blend coffees, salads and smoothies by day, turning into a bar and ‘Gin & Fizz club’ every evening.
On the 4th Aug 2011, the people behind Bakery & Bar baked their first batches of muffins on the ground floor of a little yellow shophouse at 112 Telok Ayer Street, that they aptly named the Muffinry. After 6 years in business and with a loyal clientele enjoying their baked treats but requesting a bit more, they decided to expand they offerings...
... and so at the end of 2017 they re-branded as Bakery & Bar.
Today, in addition to their extensive range of sweet treats – muffins, tarts, cakes, scones, homemade granola and cookies, they offer savoury breakfast, lunch and dinner items – pies, quiches, salads, sandwiches, cold cuts and delicious desserts. All their products, including the Turkish pide (flat bread) they serve they sandwiches on, are proudly baked from scratch on-site to their own unique recipes. Their bakery also offers a growing range of loaves to take away – baguettes, pide, rye bread, sourdough, and more.
Their drinks menu, which has always featured signature blend teas, coffees and smoothies, now also includes wines from Marlborough region (NZ), prosecco from Veneto region (Italy), gins from around the world, and a range of award-winning European and Asian craft beers to take you into the night.
And don’t be fooled by the narrow ground floor that’s typical to Telok Ayer Street’s shophouses... they have 50 more seats upstairs! Their second and mezzanine floors offer a welcome hideaway amidst the bustle of the CBD. This space – which regularly hosts corporate events and private parties – is cheerful and filled with natural light by day, transforming to a more mellow, chilled vibe as the sun sets – the perfect spot to unwind and swap stories of the day before heading home.
Get ready for a gastronomical experience as Shard Restaurant & Bar brings you excellent tasting Spanish cuisine.
Shard is the latest Spanish cuisine experience to hit our shores here in Singapore and they’re looking forward to dazzle your tastebuds.
The restaurant comprises a wine and modern tapas bar, with tables at the sidewalk terrace as the perfect relaxing spot to enjoy the fascinating ambience.
Sip a glass of house wine and munch on some mouth-watering delicious tapas. The interior is a combination of lights, minimalist lines and an open kitchen. It is a pleasant and elegant space to feast on Shard’s signature dishes, like the highly appreciated Black Garlic Tuna or the Kilawin and Banana Explosion.
Urbana is one of the city’s newest bars providing a unique destination for Novena locals and world travelers alike.
Urbana delights guests with a wide selection of 25 different cocktails and several boutique-style alcoholic brands, premium coffee and teas. A choice selection of 40 wines from reputable vineyards around the world is also available, with eight different wines offered by the glass.
Casa Poncho is a Latin destination restaurant, bar and enclave. It is located at 14 Bukit Pasoh Road in the former Keow Siong Club, which was transformed into a new a Latin enclave in Singapore. Step through the gates of Casa Poncho and enter a Latin haven that is a feast for the eyes, ears and, deliciously, the mouth.
Casa Poncho flows over four sections - the courtyard, the bar, the restaurant and the terrace. Reminiscent of a grand home in Mexico or Cuba, you are welcome to sit in the courtyard as the sun goes down, cocktail in hand, before you make your way to the great room – which is the restaurant. Rustic, fun, sexy and cosy, look and up see the tungsten light fixtures and the warm red walls with hand painted murals.
Cast your eyes around and you will see a collection of Poncho’s treasures. Listen and your hips will want to sway to the music. Who is Poncho? You’ll find him on his motorbike.
At Casa Poncho a sharing menu is served with flavours inspired by Latin American countries – they call them pequeñitos! The idea is to snack, savour and share with each other.
They serve a range of dishes, some of which include La Pluma - grilled Iberico pork pluma with caramelized pineapple; Dedos de Poncho - chilli cheese churros with jalapeño and cheddar; Pulpo Ranchero – grilled octopus, salsa “ranchera”, pumpkin seed and scallion oil; Lomito al Carbon – charbroiled Argentinian beef tenderloin with zucchini, grilled onions, and roasted capsicum salsa; and Crispy Chili con Carne – chili spring roll with minced beef, avocado, sour cream foam, chili, lime, coriander and garlic.
Some of their irresistible desserts include Poncho’s Flan – made with horchata, mango, mint and fresh berries; Tentacion de Chocolate – chili chocolate, egg custard and paprika sour cream; and of course, Churros with chili chocolate and cinnamon cream!
The Casa Poncho bar serves a diverse selection of beverages with signature Mezcal based cocktails at its heart. Guests can find cocktails like the Gregorio Negrito, made with Mezcal Reposado, Antica Formula, Campari and bitters, as well as the La Margarita del Poncho made with Mezcal Alipus Blanco, Grand Marnier, yuzu and agave syrup, and Poncho’s Favorito – tequila reposado, dry curacao, Aperol, cranberry and lime juice. A selection of beers and wines from Latin America and Europe are also on offer.
So, who is Poncho? Poncho loved life and had many homes around Latin America. He enjoyed great food, drinks, music, cigars and movies. His house was for everyone. Combining the best of all his casas, the Casa Poncho's team brings his home to Singapore for you to enjoy!
13% Gastro Wine has officially opened its third venue at 123A Telok Ayer Street. Originally established in 2015, the 13% Gastro Wine brand is renowned for great wines and gourmet food in the warmest of atmospheres at their Killiney Road and Aliwal Street outlets. Started by friends for friends, the 13% Gastro Wine team now look forward to welcoming you at 123A Telok Ayer Street!
Just a short walk from Telok Ayer and Raffles Place MRT stations, 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is located on the second floor hidden from the hustle and bustle of the CBD. This familiar tucked-away position allows a sense of intimacy and cosiness as soon as you walk through the door.
Suitable for all occasions, 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is the perfect place for casual lunch, business meetings or after-work drinks and dinner.
13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer serves a menu designed by award-winning chef Geoffrey Weckx and features delicious, gourmet European food with a focus on fresh produce and high-quality homemade dishes. Charcuterie such as our rillettes and condiments are made in-house to ensure the most authentic of European flavours. 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer will be open for lunch and dinner service. Lunch specials include a selection of gourmet sandwiches, steak frites, grilled spring chicken and burgers.
Should you desire a glass of wine (or two!) our extensive wine list has been carefully curated by in-house wine connoisseur, Bruno Vaillant. In addition to wine available by the glass, you can purchase a bottle of your favourite to bring home and enjoy!
13% Gastro Wine at Telok Ayer comfortably seats 48 or 60 people standing. The venue will also host events such as wine masterclasses. 13% Gastro Wine Telok Ayer is also available to hire for private and corporate functions.
13% Gastro Wine looks forward to welcoming you with warm personalised service, top-quality wines and delicious food at all three outlets.
Tucked away at 74 Tras Street, Don & Tori is a modern Japanese restaurant that strips away the traditions of Japanese cuisine and serves Japanese inspired cocktails. Don & Tori is a complete and dynamic culinary experience.
Don & Tori’s extensive menu features an innovative list of signature donburi bowls and makis, as well as yakimono (grilled or pan-fried) items and creates a serene Japanese inspired dining enclave in the heart of the Central Business District.
Pleased to be joining the long list of culinary heavyweights on Tras Street and helmed by Chef Jack Chang under the guidance of renowned local chefs Raymond Tan and Max Lai, Don & Tori’s delectable menu showcases departure from traditional Japanese cuisine with instant favourites like Sakura Ebi Angel Hair Pasta ($32) and Truffle Wagyu Foie Gras Don ($38). Other dishes such as the Gyu Steak ($45) and the Scallop Butter Yaki ($25), which are cooked over an open charcoal grill, are a treat for the more traditionalists.
Flown directly from Japan’s iconic Tsukiji Fish Market, Don & Tori’s seasonal menu is unique and produce-driven, utilizing the freshest possible ingredients as they come into season. With a live sushi bar, diners are able to witness firsthand the kitchen’s undoubted knife skills that are a spectacle to watch.
Paired exquisitely with the food, a small, punchy cocktail menu holds its own with a Japanese twist on classic cocktails. Drawing on unexpected savoury ingredients such as salmon and wagyu, as well as more traditional flavours like yuzu and sakura and house-made syrups, Don & Tori’s cocktail menu takes you on a mouth-watering journey. Further premium Japanese sake and shochu varieties are also also available on hand for the more discerning of drinkers.
Don & Tori is now open, serving you lunch and dinner daily from Monday to Saturday from 12pm onwards.
Nightclub AVRY’s adjoining cocktail bar, Hairy Canary, is a daily bar open to the public during the earlier hours on Monday-Saturday from 6pm-12am, with the space transforming into an exclusive VIP bar during nights AVRY is in operation.
Hairy Canary will be offering a selection of beers, wines, and craft cocktails developed in conjunction with Head Bartender Lexis Tan, winner of the Gin Jubilee prize in 2016, as well as a dynamic menu of gastro bites and bar snacks. The mirrored, circular rose gold bar is the main focal point of the space, with bespoke floor tiling mimicking the appearance of feathers. The seating area offers luxurious and indulgent fabrics, provocative and memorable artwork and comfortable, intimate lounging areas for private conversations. Elliot James of Elliot James Interiors was commissioned to design both spaces inside AVRY.
Singapore’s latest nightclub, AVRY, is now open at Millenia Walk. Made up of two distinct areas, including an immersive day space and cocktail bar called ‘Hairy Canary’, AVRY brings the ultimate clubbing experience to the Lion City.
AVRY operates on every Wednesday, Friday & Saturday and the nightclub will play host to some of the most progressive nights in Singapore, with the 6000 sq foot venue set to bring a whole host of new features, not only exclusive to the Singapore scene, but to the entirety of South-East Asia, alongside a string of yet to be named international performers.
With the DJ booth taking center stage, four oversized birdcages (which double up as VIP areas) will form additional focal points inside the club. These four main birdcages surround the dance floor and are flanked by a statement three-meter wide DJ booth. Connected LED screens, wrapping around the entirety of the DJ booth and the 16 VIP tables clearly define the dance floor.
A Dom Perignon VIP Lounge Booth – the first of its kind in the region – will illuminate the opposite end of the club, using its iconic green bottle display. To the right of the booth sits an eleven-meter long bar, positioned directly in front of the dancefloor.
With audio and visual facilities custom-built for the site, AVRY will also be state-of- the-art in every sense. On the audio front, Void Acoustics, who have set up sound systems everywhere from Eden (Ibiza) to Omni (Taipei), will be installing their ground-breaking Air Tri Motion series in the main room. Located directly over the dance floor, Air Motion provides huge sonic impact as well as being a significant visual attraction. Boasting a truly innovative clubbing experience, AVRY will become the first club in South-East Asia to host the formidable set up.
V-Squared Labs, a creative technology studio that specializes in producing multi- sensory experiences, will oversee all the visuals throughout the club V-Squared Labs have previously worked with venues such as XS Nightclub and Drai’s in Las Vegas, festivals brands like Ultra Worldwide and artists including Skrillex, The Chainsmokers and Steve Aoki.
FAME is the first rooftop KTV pub in town. Located on the top floor of Bugis+, this octagon-shaped pub with a woody cottage theme surrounded by glass windows provides you more than just coziness but an all new concept of what you have never experience.
FAME is equipped with a top notch ktv system, darts board, stage plus live band performances, open mic nights and many more that will ensure patrons' visits/private events will be more than a memorable experience. Whether it's a private function, networking event or a birthday party, they will assist you through the entire process from planning stages throughout the event with attentiveness and warmest hospitality.
Well-known food & beverage chain IndoChine Group has just added a new restaurant with bottle shop concept under its belt. #wtf (wine•tapas•friends) @ Holland Village is the latest addition in the IndoChine family, located at 44 Lorong Mambong and it features a fresh modern look of a tropical garden.
#wtf@ Holland Village serves a variety of delicious funky cuisine, including tapas and fresh raw vegetables for fiber and roughage that are in line with IndoChine Group’s philosophy of “nutraceutical” cuisine that has nutritional and pharmaceutical benefits.
Guests can enjoy the diverse culinary tastes of Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodiancuisines in traditionally-prepared dishes such as homemade chicken and prawn sausage, stuffed with tiger prawns and chicken leg meat, and Gói Cuôn, Vietnamese fresh rice paper rolls. In #wtf @ Holland Village Bar’s every corner, new surprises for a sense of discovery awaits your visit.
Staying true to IndoChine’s eco-friendly practices, no endangered species such as sharks fin or Bluefin tuna will be served. In addition to the green choices made for their menu, IndoChine has gone above and beyond in support of environmental causes, even integrating policies in support of energy conservation and using renewable resources into their company’s core values.
The IndoChine Group is a unique reflection of contemporary Asian lifestyle, synonymous with authentic nutraceutical cuisine and award-winning designs. It is fast growing into an international lifestyle group that is rapidly expanding within Asia. It has also expanded the IndoChine brand further with luxury hotels and resort now in its current lifestyle portfolio.
WTF Coffee House and Bar is where a mouth-watering array of great food and drinks awaits you as well as the broadcast of LIVE English Premier League games.
Their popular signature dish is the Barachirashi Don served in an wooden bowl. Others on the menu includes Curry Chicken Baked Rice, Smoked Duck Hoisin Sauce Tortilla Pizza, Pork Trotter’s Braised Vermicelli and more.
Find WTF at the ground floor of Innotel Hotel, which is conveniently located in the Orchard Road area (right in between Singapore Shopping Centre & the ex-Park Mall).
Quench! Bistro & Bar is an open concept bar with both indoor and alfresco seating. Facing both the prawning ponds and the main fishing pond, you would be rewarded with the best scenic view in ORTO.
Enjoy a meal in the midst of the laid-back kampong vibes, and expect a wide selection of beers – ranging from draught beers to a wide variety of international craft beers. Fruity Fizz and specially concocted mocktails are also available for additional choices. We have also lined up a food menu that includes finger (licking good!) food that goes well with all our beverages, both served till late hours.
Quench! Bistro & Bar provides a casual and relaxing oasis for friends to gather after a day’s work, to enjoy the soothing elements of nature, away from the dreary urban desert.