The Monarchy Cocktail Bar & Ultra Lounge at 56 / 58 Tras Street offer a long-awaited, permanent and spiritual home for the wildly popular Monarchy nights that were acclaimed for playing host to both Royalty and celebrities alike on the rooftop of OUE Bayfront. The Monarchy is the brainchild of nightlife veterans, Robbie Hoyes-Cock, the CEO & Founder of the world's most glamourous Formula 1 weekend after-parties The Podium Lounge; and Steve Yallop, former Executive Director of Pangaea at Marina Bay Sands, who have been organising star-studded high society club nights in Singapore since 2005.
Set in a heritage shophouse spread over 3,600 square feet in the heart of the CBD, this quintessentially British cocktail bar exudes understated luxury and bears a distinctly regal theme, celebrating the Royal Houses of Normandy to Lancaster and Tudors to the Windsors.
Helmed by General Manager Rob Scott, former Group Beverage Director of Burnt Ends, Meatsmith & Rogue Trader, The Monarchy offers a carefully curated menu of timeless cocktails through the ages, and will introduce a new cocktail list quarterly, enabling guests to take multiple journeys through the history of Great Britain's most popular tastes and tipples of the day.
The opening cocktail list “Cool Britannia” is named in celebration of the modern, outward-facing Britain of the 1990s and the period of increased pride in the giddy cultural fantasia of the United Kingdom – the name itself a pun on the title of one of Britain's most patriotic songs, ''Rule Brittania''.
In a tip of the hat to Britain’s constitutional monarchy, guests enter the premises through a front door that is identical to the iconic home of the British Prime Minister, 10 Downing Street.
On weekends and eve of public holidays from 10pm, as the night builds up and the lights go down, the music starts pulsing and The Monarchy’s dazzling ultra lounge space comes alive as the entire venue transforms into one club. A hidden door at the end of the 8 metre long cocktail bar swings open to reveal a dark and intimate boudoir lined with leather Chesterfields and dancing platforms, where guests can party with the best house music DJs and live celebrity acts.
The 7 VIP tables named after British icons: Sir Winston Churchill, Dame Helen Mirren, Audrey Heburn, Amy Winehouse, George Michael, John Lennon and Hugh Grant; provide a home-away-from-home for those who crave a more sophisticated and private, late-night experience.
The Monarchy has brought together what is possibly the best bar team in Singapore, bringing unprecedented experience from many of the island's most acclaimed venues: 28 HongKong St, Employees Only, 1880, Lulu's, Pangaea and The Cufflink Club to name a few.
The Royal Jesters look forward to entertaining you at The Monarchy soon. God Save The Queen!
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.
Following their well-received Singapore flagship store late last year, Don Don Donki's 2nd store is now open at 100AM along Tras Street.
Don Quijote, the biggest discount store chain in Japan is now in Singapore as Don Don Donki.
They are focused on providing high quality Japanese products and they offer a wide variety of items ranging from fresh produce to toys. Find everything you’re looking for and discover things you never knew you needed, only at Don Don Donki.
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.
Nesuto, which means “Nest” in Japanese is a new patisserie on Tras Street, offering you edible happiness which money can buy. Brought to you by the folks behind SHUU by KOKI Tamagoyaki – a food kiosk located at the basement of Raffles City which serves excellent choux puffs.
Nesuto's menu offers a selection of Japanese-French inspired desserts. Select from sweet treats like Suzette, Blush Berry, Yuzu Raspberry Cake, Noisette Rocher Entremet, Le Goma (black sesame!) and more.
ITADAKIMASU is a place for everyone to enjoy top quality Japanese cuisine together with Japanese heartfelt hospitality. They are proud to bring you 7 Japanese cuisines of which 3 are making their debut in Singapore. Enjoy healthy soba noodles and teishouku meals, mouth-watering tonkatsu and ramen, satisfying shabu-shabu and yaikiniku and fresh, delicious sushi.... all under one roof!
Grain Traders is more than your typical, casual, lunch-time joint: it serves hearty comfort food for the everyday worker, providing variety, quality, and an experience for the senses and soul in a cosy, comfortable experience.
Chef's Table by Chef Stephan which is located at 61 Tras Street is a new dining space that offers the best quality produce, ingredients and gourmet products, cultivated by farmers globally. Here, guests get to savour incredible recipes and taste exceptional wine and spirits passionately bottled by connoisseurs.
Chef's Table aims to create a space that is all about great produce and showcasing the dedication of producers globally – be it a farmer who is driven to work on incredible produce to make a chef’s life easier, a wine maker who has the passion to look after the harvest all year round or a whisky master who has the dedication to let his product evolve over several years till it is finally bottled.
Good food, fine wine and spirits, served in casual ambience that reminds you of home.