Bacchanalia is the hottest new restaurant in town which has just opened within the beautiful heritage building Freemasons Hall which is the headquarters for freemasons of the District of the Eastern Archipelago.
Owned and operated by the founders of the Bacchanalia Brunch, they have once again brought in a kitchen full of star chefs.
Bacchanalia is inspired by Alex Chew & Raj Datwani's time in restaurants, bars and nightclubs both in Singapore and around the world. They have made it a place you can come to for a long leisurely meal with quality food and drinks, with a progressive atmosphere that evolves through the evening.
Their chefs have experience in some of the world’s best kitchens, including a combined 12 years at Heston Bloomenthal’s The Fat Duck in UK, Mugaritz in Spain and Per Se in New York.
Be it for a pre-dinner drink, dinner or even music and drinks after dinner you will definitely enjoy yourself through the evening with their house DJ to drive the mood.
On top of their affordable gourmet meal enjoy their choice of spirits, wines, champagnes and even sake.
Jiu Zhuang is a new premium pour bar with Chinese heritage style.
Nestled in the far reaches of Dempsey Hill enclave and hidden from public view is a premium gastronomic experience unlike any other.
Jiu Zhuang is inspired by the 1920s era in Shanghai when China opened its doors to Western civilisation. Designed in a neo-Siheyuan style with strong Chinese heritage influences, it transports the past to the present with its curated offering of luxe drinks and dishes celebrated in this modern age.
The restaurant lives up to its namesake by offering an impressive selection of fine wines, champagnes, whiskies, sake and more, coupled with delectable dim sum and Chinese "little bites" that will satisfy even the most ardent fan.
The establishment has two separate and distinctive areas. The indoor bar area which features the full Shanghai Tang décor treatment, lounge seating and a Chinese cabinet bar display backdrop.
The alfresco & private dining area on the other hand, features Chinese inspired décor with an old turn-of-the-century European twist, a walk-in wine cellar, and more organic outdoor friendly furnishings. The private dining section is also attached to an enclosed kitchen where the chefs display their mastery and serve up freshly made premium quality dim sum and Chinese food.
The Vintage Room is a lounge serving small and great bites. Designed with an eclectic and cosy atmosphere, it is the new great vintage bar to hang out on Duxton.
Duxton has evolved into a place where you come to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and therefore look for a cozy, friendly and authentic atmosphere. The lounge complements that by introducing an Old World/School charm to reinforce the overall vibe of the location, bringing back the colloquial reminiscence. Coupled with creative cocktails by their Mixologist, plus the array of champagnes and wines, The Vintage Room will definitely be the sophisticated, yet new fun place to hang-out.
No less than 22 different vintage sparkling wines and champagnes are represented on the wine list, ranging from "Brut" to "RoseÌ" and "Blanc de Blancs". The lounge also features an eclectic selection of white and red wines from France, Italy, Lebanon, Portugal, Croatia, the United States, Argentina, New Zealand and Australia. Last but not least, one of the main highlights of the menu is the cocktails Classic; from Martini to Mojito "V" style and Sparkly, like Ginger Mimosa and Bellini, as well as some creative and challenging mixes such as Caesar Ritz with Elderflower Liquor and Caribbean Rose with Rose liquor and Cinzano Bianco.
Deliciae’s Group Executive Chef Damien Le Bihan offers an extensive selection of small bites and sharing plates to match with the friendly atmosphere and to complement your evening drinks.
The design concept revolves around an Old World vibe, refurbished furniture littered around the space, from door frames to lamp shades, lending an eclectic yet trendy atmosphere to the place. While keeping the customized tiles on the walls and bar with beautiful nymphs toting champagne bottles, interior designers The Stripe Collective not only placed raw iron crank tables outside, but also scattered Persian rugs across the floors inside. They suspended vintage Champagne posters on the walls after spending some time in antique shops in view to acquire an impressive collection of old-fashioned frames. It is designed with a homely eclectic feel, both in and outdoor.
The hotel's flagship restaurant exudes a contemporary, yet relaxed vibe so you can appreciate its premium Euro-Asian fusion cuisine in style and comfort.
This all-day dining restaurant makes sure you start the day right, with a full International Buffet that includes an egg station, freshly brewed specialty tea and coffee and a wide selection of pastries. In keeping with the hotel's promise to deliver you the best of Swiss hospitality, you can also select from the Chef's a la minute menu options.
For lunch and dinner, Tablescape offers a selection of heritage menus featuring both western and local cuisines, with a soup and salad bar with "live" cold station, or more casual items like premium pastas, pizzas and sandwiches for those looking for a quick bite to eat.
The restaurant's wine cellar offers a premium selection of fine wines and champagne to accompany your meals. There are also themed set and buffet options available during the festive periods.
For those looking for some privacy, The Cellar, their private dining room in the restaurant is also available.
Restaurant "Ezoca" epitomizes the theme of "Japanese Modern Hospitality", featuring Japanese cuisine including wagyu-steak, sushi and the fine art of Kaiseki with a variety of sake, wines and champagne.
They will bring you the very finest authentic Japanese dining experience. Conceptualised with Omotenashi in mind, the seating capacity of up to forty customers will allow for intimate interactions between the chef and you. The word 'Omotenashi' in Japanese comes from omote (surface) and nashi (less), which means "single-hearted" and also mote (carry) and nashi (accomplish), which means "to achieve". Therefore, Omotenashi has two meanings, which include offering a service without expectation of any returned favour and the ability to actualise that idea into an action.
Not only will the restaurant please food aficionados with their dedication to using only the freshest ingredients from Japan; their collection of rare sakes, hard to come by even in Japan and their tableware, specially flown in from Japan, will impress even the most discerning connoisseur.
Somewhere downtown, a brand new playground tucked away in the basement of a nondescript building in the business district, has opened its doors.
The 6,000 sq ft space is the brainchild of Singapore-based lifestyle group Limited Edition Concepts (LEC), who are also behind the New York- style bistro and lounge, The Vault.
Welcome to kyoÌ, a rhythm nation where the most talented local and global electronic music DJs play up to the dance floor fever. A space where music meets urban art. A space which reflects the taste and refinement of the well-heeled set.
The new nightclubstands out in a sea of nightspots with its unique status, making a statement with its minimalist makeover, with echoes of a contemporary Japanese design of linear lines juxtaposed against textured, earthy tones.
You will be greeted by a dark wood door framed by earth-toned panels. The anticipation heightens as you walk past the doors to descend the stairs. The symmetrical, creamy wall panels backlit with a gentle glow – a foil to a dramatic art piece in the stairwell – teases you to explore what lies beyond even as you drawn in by the crescendo of intensifying vibrations of the percussion-laden beats from within.
KyoÌ’s custom design is led by LEC and Singapore-based architectural design firm, Fuur Associates. Although kyoÌ embraces the principles of Japanese design, she embodies a cosmopolitan and urban appeal. And with style comes substance.
In today’s haphazard musical landscape, kyoÌ pays tribute to quality sound The diverse repertoire appeals to even the most demanding musical palate, with the seductive disco-infused grooves and other times, edgier music fare. kyoÌ is outfitted with the American- made EAW system, with a purity which makes the entire space sound as though it were a studio.
Your eyes will be immediately drawn to two striking, mirrored bottle displays made of mild steel and glass, each measuring 6.5-m long and suspended from overhead beams. Befitting kyoÌ’surban, cosmopolitan spirit, the three-counter bar is lavishly stocked with an international, premium list with at least five different brands/ labels for each category of spirit, wines, sparkling wines and champagne.
Accompanying the international selection is a boutique collection of Nihon-shu. kyoÌ’s fine sakes include Umakaramansaku Umakuchi Junmai, Seikyo Maboroshi Jyunmai and Dassai Junmai Daiginjou (award-winning Dassai Sake Brewery in Yamaguchi Prefecture).
Wine importer Estima Consulting has teamed up with chef Reine Sammut to share their passion for Mediterranean cuisine and wines of character.
Set in the heritage quarter of Chinatown, Provence offers a friendly and intimate journey through authentic Mediterranean cuisine. A former protégée of Reine Sammut at La Feniere restaurant in Southern France, Chef Julienne Rocca personally looks after each dish being prepared, using the finest ingredients to deliver plates full of intensity and disarming simplicity.
The wine selection at Provence is a tribute to France diversity in wine making with bottles from Burgundy, Champagne, Rhone and Bordeaux but also from the rising regions of Loire, Roussillon, Jura and Alsace. Some gems from Italy, Spain and New Zealand are also awaiting to be discovered.
With an open kitchen and a total seating capacity of 30 guests, including a private dining room for 12, the restaurant's experience is about conviviality.
STREET 50 restaurant and bar is a newly-opened global flavours restaurant, that will bring you the best from around the world, offering diverse flavours from Italian, French and American to Vietnamese, Indonesian and Singaporean with interesting twists.
They wanted to create a space that brings the best of global flavours into this restaurant to cater to the diverse tastes of both consumers in Singapore and visitors. The food is a delicious assortment of choices ranging from meats and seafood, Asian selections, gourmet bites to pastas and pizzas.
The Indonesian Rendang is given a resolutely European twist in the lamb Rendangwhere the rendang is applied to a fat, slow-braised lamb shank, lacing it with a rich, luscious Indonesian gravy and then topped off with dried coconut flakes. A humble roulade of Porkloin comes stuffed with wild rice to give it the already delicious dish a more full-bodied and meaty texture.
Other dishes that have made a comeback lot, stock and barrel from the world of classical French food as served in Singapore in the 70s would be the lamb Veronique featuring a grilled bone-in rib of lamb paired with a beautiful sauce made of bacon, croutons and grapes. The Steak Bordelaise is a char-grilled sirloin steak that simply comes dressed in red wine jus, served in its old-fashioned style and shows off the produce incredibly.
The bar offers a good selection of champagnes, wines, whiskies and other premium spirits.
The bar for Singapore’s clubbing and entertainment scene will be raised come December 2012 with the birth of Cassis. Set to bring a whole new experience to nightlife, Cassis is an ultra lounge that morphs into a nightclub - a playground for sexy expat sophisticates, chic city-slickers and all who desire decadence.
Cradled within Clarke Quay, this 6,000 square feet venue resplendent in its Mediterranean vibe will see international party people taking a detour from the Balearic sun to soak in the allure of Cassis.
Deftly designed, the striking interiors ooze laid back glam with understated luxury. The entire space within houses the Nautilus bar, specially built in homage to the heady, beach parties of St. Tropez and Ibiza; private alcoves with baroque sofas for that tête-à-tête, along with plush, clustered seating for groups of friends. An “al fresco” area, distinctly created to “bring the outdoors in” showcases comfortable low table seating amidst fauna with proper shelter from the elements.
To enhance the entire ambience, crystal chandeliers and state-of-the-art intelligent systems are artfully positioned to provide picture perfect lighting whilst gyrating to trendy Top 40 dance mixes delivered via Turbo Sound from the UK.
True to its ethos, Cassis offers inventive, bespoke service delivered by its in-house team. Chef Thomas who has worked with the Marmalade Group, Le Saint Julien and The White Rabbit, leads the kitchen team to create restaurant worthy Petite Plats, Assiette and Plats Specialites. For serious imbibers, Classic Cocktails are de rigueur, wines from the 5 great Bordeaux houses a given, and Champagne Armand De Brignac (colloquially known as the Ace of Spades), a definite must!
#01-01 Block C The Cannery, Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Road
Hinode is a new Japanese Izakaya concept restaurant which offers a good range of Japanese cuisine at mouth watering prices.
Hinode which means sunrise in Japanese is the first light of the day where fresh produce give rise to. This is the motto of their restaurant, only using fresh ingredients.
Building upon the modern dining craze in Japan which infuses international cuisine with culinary art, this style of dining has become extremely popular among the cosmopolitan crowd. At Hinode, they excel to cater for those with a discerning taste for quality Japanese food. Hinode tailor-makes food menus to suit the profile of proposed locations and audiences.
The restaurant is also set with accompanying atmospheric effects of sunrise where the sun crosses the horizon. Their extensive menu not only includes standard Japanese Cuisine such as Sushi, Sashimi, Tempura and Kushiyaki but also carries a wide variety of appetizers, served Izakaya style.
Hinode offers an amazing selection of drinks including wines, beers, champagnes, cocktails, sake, shochu and Japanese cocktails.
It started in 1882 with the opening of a little hosiery store in Romilly-sur-Seine, in a part of the Champagne region called the Aube. Emile Camuset, the man who opened that store, loved sports with a fierce passion. When he started making sports jersey in his small workshop, he probably never dreamed that, 130 years later, le Coq Sportif would become one of the world's most prestigious brands, renowned for its clothing, footwear and sporting equipment.
Their one hundred and thirty years of experience gives them a unique and authentic place in the market. They used to create products primarily for sportsmen. This inspired them, but it also challenged them. Meeting those challenges remains at the heart of their product philosophy today.
Their products have a simple, almost timeless quality.
Lolla is a new fun and casual restaurant serving inspired yet simple small plates combining the finest ingredients and seasonal produce with mediterranean influences.
Lolla was started because of a group of friends’ love of good food and wine. They only serve what they would love to have at their own tables at home with their closest and dearest. If they don’t love it, they won’t serve it.
The team at Lolla has gone to great lengths to source the produce served in the restaurant. Dishes are robust and prepared simply to let the produce shine. Their chef continually sources the markets and shelves to present seasonal and interesting offerings that come by their shores.
Their wide variety of dishes are all served in smaller portions and are perfect for sharing. They are simply prepared to let the quality of the produce shine. Some of the highlights are the Cinco Jotas Jamon Iberico, scrambled eggs with Bottarga di Muggine, tuna belly “chutoro” tartare, sea urchin pudding, crispy breaded pig tails, beef tongue escalopes, doughnut with lemon curd and smoked chocolate ice cream created by Creamier just for Lolla.
Their restaurant is centered around the 13-seater dining bar, where you will be able to watch their chefs prepare their meal.
Their drinks selection include Champagne Legras & Haas Cuvee Exigence NV for complexity and sophistication, the perfect bottle from apertif to dessert, Domaine Georges Vernay Condrieu Les Terrasses de l'Empire 2009 for superb freshness, clarity and a long finish, the Girolate 2005 for intensity and opulence, Hans Tschida Samling 88 Beerenauslese 2006 for beautifully balanced perfume and flavours and finally the big bold and pleasurable Longrow Gaja Barolo.
Discover hearty Indian food with a spicy Singaporean kick at the new "What the Fish Restaurant".
The newest fish head curry restaurant in Singapore serves up an unforgettable blend of traditional South-east Asian spices with the strong fiery flavours of the South Indian coast to present a delicious incarnation of your favourite curry and other infamous straits Indian dishes, from mustard oil fish curry, indian chilli crab, to Singapore Masala Tulang and black pepper chicken, that will leave you wanting more.
The brainchild of cousins, P S Raj and Kanthan Arumugam, What the Fish introduces a colloquial twist on the traditional curry house by marrying the contemporary indulgences of champagne and fine wine with the unique cooking styles of Straits Indian cooking.
Their team understands the Southeast Asian palette and produces this freshly cooked fusion of the flavours of South and Southeast Asia daily.
The Red Carpet Champagne Bar, makes you feel exclusive with their exquisite service and wide variety of Champagnes to choose from. They possess the biggest collection of Champagnes in Asia, as well as an excellent choice of cocktails, wines, spirits and beers.
Every 15 minutes their Champagne Ambassadors serve a delicious selection of complimentary canapés while you savour your choice of Champagne or any other of your favourite drinks .You can even organise private events, with their events- and marketing managers who will assist you to tailor make the event of your dreams.
The Red Carpet has a wide range of music videos dating from the 70's to the latest hits to keep you in a bubbly mood all night long.
Nestled in the heart of the Central Business District, Zaffiro, translated from the Italian word meaning ‘Sapphire’, has opened its doors to everyone longing for the taste of authentic Italian cuisine.
Armed with an established track record at Michelin restaurants in Italy and London, Chef Giuliano, who began his professional career at the age of 14, started his local career at the kitchens of the il Lido restaurant. Having spent a year propelling L’Angolos towards being one of the forefront Italian eateries within the gourmet scene, Chef Giuliano has since challenged himself by embarking on an independent venture with Zaffiro.
Helmed by Chef Giuliano Dacasto, Zaffiro is a restaurant where you can expect creative and contemporary renditions of familiar recipes and innovative pairings that’s win sceptics over by teasing their taste-buds into submission. The restaurant are boasts with 260 wine labels from Italy to France and the New World, accompanied by 13 varieties of champagne, and a host of speciality cocktails and mocktails.
We are thrilled to present Zaffiro and we believe that it will be an iconic cuisine destination for diners seeking good food and impeccable service. Therefore, to maintain the pristine standard of each dish and to preserve the intimate ambience of the restaurant, seating is limited to sixty. Thus, reservations are strongly recommended.
It’s a perfect venue for an evening soiree, to impress a date or to entertain business associates. With it’s uncompromising food and service quality and the passionate professionals behind the establishment.
Serving up rustic Italian favourites with a touch of luxury, Covelli Italian Bistro & Wine Bar gives authentic Italian cuisine a new twist with its wide range of appetizers, salads, soups, risottos, thin crust pizzas, pastas, meat, fish and desserts. Prices start from $9 for soups to $30 for a delectable portion of Ossobucco.
Covelli is the ideal setting for a hearty meal with friends and loved ones. Dark wood, stone walls, mood lighting and a cosy ambience instantly help you unwind. Pair that with quality food and a bottle of exclusive vino from Covelli’s well stocked wine bar, Covelli is indeed a great place for long conversations and bonding for friends and families.
Occupying a sprawling area of 3,000 square feet, Covelli which can seat 60 is great for intimate meals as well as events. On top of that, those seeking privacy will love the private room which can fit a party of 20. Situated next to it is Covelli Wine Bar which stocks wines mainly from Italy and exclusive champagnes, vodkas and single malt whiskeys.
The team from Filter Members Club launches their latest bar concept, the Royal Room catering to Singapore’s elite clientele. The Royal Room, a brand new chic champagne and cocktail lounge situated at Pan Pacific Hotel Marina Square adds a new stylish dimension to Singapore’s nightlife landscape. Its modern European interior where English Chesterfield meets contemporary design adds a new edge.
All the furnishings are luxuriously dressed in either warm red, dark purple or turquoise hues and interspersed with designer Philippe Starck, Tom Dixon, and Kartell lamps. An ideal spot for evening cocktails and as night falls, the Royal Room transforms effortlessly into a decadent hot spot for late night revelry.
The Royal Room features an extensive cocktail and champagne list. Enjoy a wide selection of fresh fruit cocktails, single malt and blended whiskeys and even savour the taste of boutique champagne from the most exclusive Masions in the Champagne region.
Pair the “poison” of your choice with any luscious signature finger food including Blackmore Full Blood Wagyu Beef Tataki, Fresh Canadian Oysters with Caviar, Seafood Ceviche, Seared Hokkaido Scallops, Octopus Carpaccio, Unagi Kabayaki with Ikura and many more exquisite creations.
The Royal Room is set to be the ideal spot for socializing and entertaining in style where VIP table service and best in class music abound.
Reservations are highly recommended. Walk-ins are welcome but entry is not guaranteed.
Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
Sky on 57 has recently joined the legions of night entertainment options available at Marina Bay Sands with the official launch of its Outdoor Terrace. Guests can now enjoy post dinner drinks or late night snacks at the Outdoor Terrace with the accompaniment of chill-out music and spectacular night views.
From 3:00 pm daily, guests can lounge at the bar area at the entrance of Sky on 57 to enjoy inspired bar bites such as Kurobuta Pork and Grilled Oyster Mushroom, as well as specially crafted cocktails and power juices. In the evening from 6pm, this bar concept extends to the outdoors in the breezy and spacious terrace that wraps around the entire restaurant.
One key feature is the Oyster Bar, which offers a delectable range of fresh oysters such as Brittany fin de Claire and Normandy Perle Blanche from France. This variety of oysters is hand-picked by Chef Justin Quek, who helms the kitchens at Sky on 57, for its premium quality and supreme taste. The sweetness of the fresh oysters is complemented by a tinge of creaminess that is seldom found in other types of oysters.
In addition to the Oyster Bar, Sky on 57 has plans to roll out regular light entertainment in the form of a Micro DJ concept, a perfect fit for this outdoor venue. With a beer or champagne in hand, guests can wind down their evenings with fresh oysters, cigars and supper from Sky on 57’s signature Asian favourites such as JQ's Wok-Fried Maine Lobster 'Hokkien' Noodle and Wagyu beef noodles; as light music plays on in the background.
At the end of this month, DJ Seng Wei will be spinning tracks at the Outdoor Terrace with the stunning city skyline as his backdrop. The Singaporean DJ, who started out in 2004, has performed in Asia and Australia and draws inspiration from different genres of music such as jazz, classical, rock and electro.
Their breathtaking views, fabulous food and drinks, and light entertainment offer an unbeatable choice if you’re looking for a sky-high venue to chill out with your loved ones or clients. You can lounge at the Outdoor Terrace over a cocktail and enjoy a premium cigar while taking in the stunning views of the city skyline. It’s an on-top-of-the-world type of experience.
Sky on 57, 57/F Sands SkyPark, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue
A lounge bar offering a 360 degree panorama of the Singapore skyline. Up on the 39th level of the Mandarin Orchard Hotel in the heart of Orchard Road’s chic shopping belt, 360 Degree Lounge.Bar is the coolest new place to be and be seen.
A welcome addition and cool night spot with Singapore’s cocktail set. Out of the ordinary and pulsatingly cool: the appeal is obvious. Elegant with top drawer music till early hours of the morning.
Venture inside where you will find a visually rich interior featuring hand painted frescos. Uber cool and huge in atmosphere with amazing views. Truly a case of location, location, location.
A champagne & wine bar offers undisrupted views of the newly developed additions to the ever changing Singapore skyline.
Brasserie WOLF swept the votes at the 2006 Singapore Gourmet Hunt competition to win the Most Popular Western Cuisine Restaurant award. The achievement came just five months after the charming French brasserie opened its doors.
Located by the Singapore River at The Pier at Robertson, this authentically Parisian brasserie combines a casual and relaxed ambience with the culinary standards and service of a fine dining restaurant. From interiors to staff uniforms to the menu, owner Wolfgang Lapper has taken every effort to incorporate the finer details that make this a total brasserie, the only one of its kind in Singapore.
Brasserie WOLF's classical French cuisine is now going to be designed by new head chef Claudio Sandri who has worked at Nobu and Brasserie Joel in London. The newly refurbished restaurant offers a revised a la carte menu which features modernised French favourites including Slow Cooked Lamb Navarin, Beef Bourguignon & French Onion Soup. These creations are inspired by only the freshest produce from across the world, and the traditional cookery styles of France. All complemented by a wide range of fine wine and champagnes, from Brasserie WOLF's extensive wine cellar.
80 Mohamed Sultan Road, The Pier at Robertson #01-13
Oyster Bar is a European-styled champagne and seafood bar situated most-fittingly on the side of Marina Bay harbour. Oysters will be flown in from a whole-host number of countries, including France, New Zealand, Ireland, Japan and Canada prepared in several ways from freshly shucked to marinated in shooters. Aside from oysters, the bar also serves Russian caviar, Norwegian salmon and Spanish Jamon Iberico along with a selection of champagne cocktails.