The lounge reflects the heart of Singapore, a vibrant and exciting space that celebrates the local scene. You can enjoy the best of the service currently offered by Sofitel in their flagship First lounges in Sydney and Melbourne and an enhanced dining experience featuring Neil Perry's Spice Temple inspired dishes and signature cocktails.
Spice Temple brings a new level of Asian dining. Their culinary focus is regional China with a distinct avoidance of standard Cantonese fare. There is chilli for the chilli lovers, or subtle flavours for those desiring a more mild experience.
The 2,001 sq m lounge seats up to 460 guests, has 20 showers, free Wi-Fi, several 80-inch television screens and tech pods to enable you to work within the lounge zones.
Platinum One members may request for premium services such as shirt pressing, shoe shining and priority access to showers.
This all-day casual chic dining concept offers you an extensive menu devoted to a selection of delicious comfort food, unique creations, original cocktails as well as its artfully crafted specialty coffee.
The striking industrial chic look at Jewel Café + Bar is based on a design of contrasts and is conceptualised by the local cross disciplinary design practice FARM. Envisioning Jewel as a gem amongst the rugged surrounds of timeworn Rangoon Road, FARM decided on a raw shell of cold, bare concrete which is embellished with jewel-inspired details such as glittering crystal light bulbs, warm brass and copper ceiling features, glass doors, teakwood paneling and pristine white subway tiles reminiscent of vintage diners.
The laidback, quirky personality of the café is also evident from the al fresco patio at the front of the café, which is set up with latticed wire chairs in a retro shade of blue and an oversized chalk board that depicts witty cartoon etchings by a local artist.
For the menu, they took an irreverent approach to calorie-counting and go the whole hog to tantalise your taste buds. For instance, the traditional French Onion Soup is duly capped with a comforting baguette crust of Swiss Cheese, Parmesan and Gruyère, which is a great foil for the sweet caramelised onions beneath.
Don’t miss the unique Shio-Koji Octopoke, Jewel’s rendition of the poke, a Hawaiian raw fish salad, that’s given a touch of Japanese glamour. Tender cubes of pan-seared octopus are tossed in shio-koji (a fermented rice-based salt substitute), wasabi and extra virgin olive oil, paired with creamy avocado and shredded ginger flower for extra zing.
The sweet-toothed should leave room for classic desserts such as Homemade Apple Crumble, Tiramisu and Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Bean Ice-Cream. A standout treat is the refreshing Pan-Seared Watermelon Steaks that’s simultaneously warm, sweet, tart and salty.
With its wide array of breakfast items, Jewel Café + Bar makes a great destination for a languorous pick-me-up any day of the week. The breakfast menu lists popular favourites like English Breakfast, Eggs Royale, Eggs Florentine, Croque Monsieur and Brioche French Toast.
You can pop in for early cocktails during the happy hour daily or post-dinner tipples, as Jewel’s full-fledged bar serves up a list of exquisite original concoctions and international beers.
All their espresso-based coffee specialties – served in their signature double shot style – are lovingly pulled using the Italian state-of-the-art "La Marzocco Strada" machine and freshly-ground single origin coffee beans from different countries such as Brazil, Ethiopa and Sumatra.
The latest addition to the Village Brand, Village Hotel Katong, as its name suggests, brings with it the Nonya flavors of Singapore’s Eastern regions of Katong and Marine Parade.
The non-smoking 229-room hotel, features Superior, Deluxe and Club categories, providing you with great comfort. Village Hotel Katong draws its inspiration from the Peranakan heritage of its surroundings, which are reflected in the hotel's Straits Chinese design accents.
Located on levels 7 and 8, their Superior Rooms are tastefully furnished with contemporary light green Peranakan décor, offering you a lavish 29 square metres of space with an accessible balcony. The bathrooms come equipped with a standing rain shower to provide a revitalizing experience and the in-room experience is complete with 46-inch LED TVs, complimentary wired internet and Wi-Fi access and a full range of amenities.
Their Club Rooms on levels 5 and 6, come with an in-room bath tub to relax and unwind at the end of the day. Staying in the Club room combines exceptional comfort with a host of exclusive privileges like access to the club lounge for daily breakfast and evening cocktails in a comfortable and ideal environment, both for work and leisure that will make you feel right at home.
The outdoor swimming pool is set in a cosy open-air corner on the 4th floor of the hotel, providing an ideal spot to unwind after exploring the nearby vicinity.
The Privé Group, one of Singapore’s most dynamic lifestyle and F&B operators, has launched The Green Door, the ultimate "Before & After" bar designed to be the perfect spot for meeting friends, anytime, day or night.
Set within the lush gardens of Dempsey, The Green Door effortlessly blends the line between indoor and out in a beautifully reinvented way.
Whether it’s before or after dinner, before you head out clubbing, or the next day after a big night out; the Green Door is the perfect spot to simply relax and enjoy a luscious environment with a unique twist.
You are invited to literally step behind The Green Door into a space brimming with inventive interior décor designed by The Stripe Collective. From old gramophones crafted into elegant oversized flower lighting, a 1930's bicycle turned into a quirky washroom feature, a vintage chest of drawers transformed into a herb garden, or a whimsical wall of refashioned drawers that also turn into table tops and shelving... a refreshingly unexpected experience awaits within.
Take your time to spot all the curios and knick-knacks carefully placed within the beautifully lit landscaped garden, where a surprise waits at every corner. Best of all, you can enjoy a garden atmosphere no matter where you choose to be, whether it be at the more vibrant indoor bar, or the more relaxed alfresco area surrounded by sumptuous foliage - the casual yet chic ambiance always evokes a sense of being close to everything…and yet away from it all!
The Green Door’s extensive drinks menu also boasts subtle garden nuances. Together with distinctive and often playful presentations, the signature cocktails including Life’s A Peach, Marilyn Chambers' Tipple and Raunchy Redhead, featuring produce freshly plucked from their organic fruit & herb garden, are often a sight and taste to behold.
Feeling peckish? Then The Green Door’s creative yet satisfying fare, including Crispy Corn & Shrimp Fritters, Buttermilk Fried Chicken Drumlets and Mexican Catfish Salad, is perfect for sharing and guaranteed to satisfy every craving.
The Jockey Club is the new prestigious snooker and pool club for gentlemen and ladies.
Lavishly decorated in a classical, English billiard Room theme, it is quite unlike any other snooker or pool place you would encounter locally. In-house Jockey cup snooker tournaments are planned on a regular basis with generous prize money and coaching sessions for both ladies and men are also in the pipeline.
They offer for your playing pleasure, 20 STAR Tournament Standard Snooker and 9 x 9-foot Pool tables in an 11,000 sq ft, lavishly decorated setting. Adding to that, their cosy in-house Wine Bar and Cafe serves up tasty snacks and cocktails to cater to your culinary cravings.
Vintage posters in gold gilt frames adorn the walls. Jazz and popular music set the ambience. Whether you are pro or amateur at the game, or simply there to sink into their plush sofas and enjoy a beer while catching live soccer on their big screen, you will have a most enjoyable experience at The Jockey Club.
They are set to change the billiards scene locally and set a global standard.
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 Horse's Mouth draws inspiration from the izakayas of Japan, where a light atmosphere paired with tasty snacks and drinks provide the perfect location for friends and colleagues to get together. The name "izakaya" is a compound word consisting of "i" (to stay) and "sakaya" (sake shop), indicating that izakaya originated from sake shops that allowed customers to sit on the premises to drink.
Their menu is backed by a strong selection of unique sakes, Burgundian wines and cocktails prepared on the spot by their mixologists using only fresh ingredients. In addition to their beverages, a selection of Japanese inspired snacks and sharing plates complete the Horse's Mouth experience and promises to tickle your tastebuds with every bite.
Together with the art jamming studio, Museo is celebrating the spirit of art and creativity with its food, as well as its cocktails.
Museo has embraced the bold move of combining a luxury high tea salon which undergoes a smooth transition into a sleek bar and a casual-fine dining restaurant at sundown. Through this, you get the best of both worlds – you will not only be able to enjoy the classic range of brunch and signature teas popularized by Arteastiq alongside exquisite dinner items, but also relish their newly concocted cocktail range and exquisite dinner items at the refreshingly new seaside location: Sentosa Cove.
"The Social Painting Studio" is seamlessly integrated into the entire restaurant and bar concept as a way of further engaging you, in a way which no other bar or tea lounge has. With the magnificent view overlooking the tranquil quayside and marina vista, it provides the perfect backdrop for you to engage and explore your inner creative potential with art jamming.
The magnificent sea view, coupled with the chill-out holiday-making atmosphere and friendly staff, all play important roles in crafting Museo as the perfect haven for city dwellers to retreat from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
During the 1950s in Japan, the nation mired in the after-effects of World War II lived Mariko a prostitute who beds GIs in the slums of Osaka. The story ends with no despair but acceptance with the girl severing all ties to the honourable, family-centric culture she was raised up in.
The ramen corner is really a 30-seater space in a shophouse with a 15-stool contemporary bar counter. Standing out from a typical Japanese restaurant. DJs from DJ collective Off the Boat spin funk and soul tunes with a Japanese tinge on weekend nights.
Enjoy Japanese beers such as Asahi and Sapporo, along with Japanese sake and whiskey. Bartenders Barnaby Murdoch and Zac Mirza concoct mind-blowing Japanese-inspired cocktails.
You will definitely feel like you are walking down a back alley in Japan.
Bellwethers Bistro Bar emphasizes simplicity in its design and focuses on allowing you to bask in the edgy and unpretentious cultural heritage of the locale.
Located just on the fringe of the city, Desker Road is a quirky and unconventional neighborhood rich in history and full of color. The appeal lies in its raw, edgy feel and the idiosyncratic characters who form the backdrop of this unique environment.
This avant-garde neighborhood transports you out of the immaculate, pristine, constructed city that Singapore has long been both highly acclaimed and maligned for. Away from the tall skyscrapers and glitzy shopping malls, Desker Road is lined with beautifully restored shophouses that exude a quaint Peranakan charm. Bellwethers’ goal is to create a quirky and offbeat watering hole away from the humdrum of Singapore’s concrete jungle and bring cool to this charming hidden gem.
Enjoy a casual evening over ice-cold beer, sip on their signature cocktails or chat up strangers in an unpretentious setting.
Fordham & Grand is an unsophisticated bistro. They welcome those who enjoy the art of revelry.
Each night they seek to create a simple yet entertaining experience through the mediums of delectable food and intriguing beverages. Their goal is not to challenge you with technical and sophisticated food or beverages.
They serve unsophisticated bistro food. Simple and enjoyable food, that is interesting and seductive. The dinner menu features rustic dishes that are familiar to your palates but will intrigue you, not on the molecular level, but rather on the unique combination of flavours, textures and presentation aspects.
The bistro has carefully selected 100 affordable wines. This aspect of their wine list will allow you to explore the wonderful world of viticulture without breaking the bank. They have not focused specifically on the old world or the new world nor have they limited themselves to the popular grapes or varietals. The wine list is a harmonious balance between all aspects of the wine making world.
Their cocktails are a unique interpretation of the classic cocktails that you all know and love. The art and romance of a cocktail will not be lost at Fordham & Grand. They will stir, shake and build your delicious tonic using the freshest of fruits and the finest of liquors.
Opening from 6pm until 3am seven days a week, it gives you the chance to continue your party in a place where revelry is welcome, no matter how small the hour is in the morning.
Fordham & Grand is named after a very cultural area and street intersection of the Bronx. Fordham Road and Grand Central was once one of New York's most cultural and vibrant places. A lot of money and culture could be found in this area. This culture gave way to some of the most interesting Art Deco architecture in the world. Being so cultural and vibrant and in the midst of the Prohibition, the area was also home to many great speakeasy bars.
Bikini Bar has recently re-opened with a brand new look.
A colourful beach front venue, Bikini Bar is a hot favourite with urbanites and the young at heart. This upbeat and vibrant beach bar boasts a wide range of ice-cold beers, cocktails and great music.
Buzzing with life on a sunny afternoon all the way till late night, Bikini Bar is the perfect place to be. Whether it's catching live sports, lazing the afternoon away or simply playing some beach games, Bikini Bar has it all.
The revamped venue features a display of familiar green bottles, lined above a larger bar counter, along with an expansive exhibition of beers and other alcoholic beverages.
Their resident DJ, Jason T spins the latest Dance, Hip-Hop, R&B, Indie and Alternative tunes on weekends.
Podi is a new all day restaurant that celebrates bold, robust and unique flavours. They are Cedele's brainchild and uphold Cedele's philosophy of advocation, buying and making food deliciously and most importantly, responsibly.
Choose from their selection of memorable sharing plates, mains, pastas, risottos and stone-baked pide pies, paired with refreshing cocktails and relaxing teas.
Their intention is to offer high quality live seafood, predominantly locally sourced crustaceans, cooked simply and most importantly, priced reasonably.
Their cocktails are guided by taste, quality and speed. With the outdoor dining environment, keeping it cold adds to the equation.
They make their very own sorbet using fresh fruits, either blending it whole or juicing. With this approach, they are able to eradicate (ice) dilution and yet maintain the cocktail at a much lower temperature (-12°C to be exact), longer than conventional ice, which changes the way cocktails are made for an al fresco setting.
New York City is known for its diverse mix of ethnic eateries especially along 8th street at East Village. At East 8 they are, building a bridge from NYC to SG and bringing you a whole new dining experience.
The two Indonesian graphic designers; Emil Halim and Steven Tjhang opened a new tapas joint very different form any other traditional Spanish bar.
The menu includes creations such as Chilean seabass topped with yuzu sauce and shiso leaf, clams clams cooked in sake as well as torched wagyu and scallop skewers.
On the drinks menu they have sake and shochu-based cocktails, garnished with fresh fruits and flowers and with some molecular techniques worked in.
Indoors, the space recreates the feeling of dining in Manhattan.
Bitters & Love is the new bespoke cocktail bar, located at 36 North Canal Road. Barkeeper Din Hassan, who has over 20 years experience in the hospitality industry, helms this bar. Driven by love and passion, Din and his team are dedicated to making the best seasonal bespoke cocktails which changes every 3 months, and most cocktails priced below $20.
To complement your tipple, they have included bar snacks that are flavoursome - the Tender Rangers Valley Wagyu and Seasonal Fresh Oysters, to name just a few. Prices for bar snacks start from $7.
The entrance of Bitters & Love is tucked behind Shoebox Canteen with a signage that is discreetly placed outside the mailbox. Experience the space transformation behind the ribbed-glass partition doors that exudes a warm welcoming, sensuous, chill-out vibe - the perfect place to be for after-work drinks & social gatherings.
Masons is fully owned by Verve Holdings, who also own the brands Wings Bar, Verve Pizzeria, Verve Pizza Bar and Verve Gelato and is jointly owned by Brit Rob Coldman and Singaporean Karen Yeo.
Masons offers high quality, affordable European cuisine with a strong French influence.
It pays tribute to the rich history and heritage of Gillman Barracks. Taking styling cues from the grand colonial past, the building built in 1935, has also been restored to re-capture the essence of colonial luxury, offering a stylish yet relaxed dining experience. The restaurant has four sections - the main restaurant, the verandah, the bar and the outdoor alfresco area.
Masons aims to be the preferred dining choice for visitors to the art galleries in Gillman Barracks, as well as local people who are looking for a combination of great food and a unique ambience, at an affordable price. It boasts an extensive food & beverage menu. The feature bar serves over 45 classic cocktails including some of the very best Martinis in town and has temperature controlled storage for an impressive range of well known and boutique wines from around the world.
The menu has been designed to appeal to all tastes and all budgets - from their Executive set lunches and a casual all day dining selection, to more stylish and elegant European cuisine from their main dining room menu - Masons has something for everyone.
Afternoon Tea at Masons is a prestigious event and an opportunity to celebrate the elegance of the building's colonial past. Available from 3pm - 6pm, it is the perfect way to rest tired feet, discuss art and fully soak in the greenery and serenity of Gillman Barracks.
Masons unique tranquil and elegant setting, makes a stunning wedding venue and is available for private event that hire with catering for up to 150 guests.
Bark Holdings has given Singaporeans well received conceptual premiere dining and entertainment hangouts like Lavaedge @ Changi City Point and Cafe Frienzie @ Punggol. Now Bark Holdings is proud to present its newest iteration in Lavaedge @ MacRitchie.
Long touted as one of the most scenic reservoirs in Singapore, MacRitchie Reservoir is known for its lush greenery and tranquil ambience. The latest addition to this slice of picturesque haven is Lavaedge, a sanctuary for dining and total relaxation.
Come revel in the lush soothing aura of nature at Lavaedge @ MacRitchie, where modernity meets tranquillity. Invoke your senses and satisfy your palates with their signature dishes and exclusive cocktails. Experience how Flora and Fauna blend flawlessly in their conceptual dining areas to provide a distinctive ambience throughout Lavaedge, ensuring the utmost enjoyment of their distinguished guests and visitors.
Lavaedge @ MacRitchie is the ideal venue to host your momentous events because of their ideal location and unique setting. Nestled in the midst of MacRitchie Reservoir, away from the hustle and bustle of the city's cacophony, Lavaedge is primed to captivate your hearts.
For events, the ample indoor dining area can be utilised for power lunches, or company functions such as D&D and product launches. With picturesque landscape both enticing and mesmerising, it’ll be sure to please you aesthetically or metaphorically in every sense.
181 Lornie Road, Hilltop, Macritchie Reservoir Park
Tanuki is a new Japanese tapas bar specializing in oysters, sashimi, martinis and classic cocktails in Orchard Central.
The bar was named after a mythological, mischievous, shape-shifting creature: the Japanese racoon.
Tanuki's food is served in small plates made for sharing, emphasising on raw food like tartares, carpaccios, fresh oysters and sashimi. Their constantly changing menu features things like edamame spring rolls, steak tartare with sake-poached Fuji apples, cheeseburger sushi, the Spam Musubi or a Hawaiian sushi made from rice and deep-fried spam.
Enjoy Tanuki's second-floor outdoor balcony, which overlooks bustling Orchard Road, the perfect after work spot.
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.
Coq & Balls, a new and edgy, industrial-looking gastrobar has opened its doors in the tranquil residential neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru.
The playful name of the gastrobar augers well if you are looking for a friendly, laidback and casual place to knock back a few beers with friends or colleagues. Coq & Balls, cheeky as the name may sound, is serious when it comes to its vast offerings of over 30 beers (draught and bottled) sourced from all over the world. The gastrobar also stocks ales, ciders, single malt whiskeys and cocktails.
The 75-seater spread over 1400 sq feet also serves delicious Japanese-Western fusion fare to go with the drinks. Catch football matches screened on their 2 flat screen TVs.
The design of Coq & Balls was jointly created by Dylan Lu of White Label Design and Jakarta-based branding firm SOSJ, renowned for their work such as Loewy, a chic European brasserie-style bar and restaurant and Union Brasserie, Bakery & Bar, whose design is reminiscent of classic early 20th century New York brasseries. Coq and Balls’ design was inspired by the subculture bars, found in the streets of Melbourne.
They play acid jazz, folk music, alternative, rock and indie music with the playlist expertly put together by Michael, who toured Europe twice as a Metal guitarist. Michael plays with a band called Absence of the Sacred. The atmosphere is casual and unpretentious.
Amuse, a new small plates dining concept restaurant and bar; recently opened on Orchard Road.
Taking its name from the French term ‘amuse bouche’ which literally translates to ‘mouth amuser’, Amuse aims to please your palate with an eclectic cosmopolitan selection of affordable small plates.
The menu, which is conceptualised by consultant Chef Armin Leitgeb, draws inspiration from his personal experiences with food which encompass 20 years of travelling and working around the world, his childhood memories, and the insights into the Asian appetite he has gleaned from his six-year stint in Singapore.
Based on a small plates dining concept, Amuse offers a full spectrum of global tastes from light to hearty but every plate showcases quality ingredients that are prepared deftly with high-end culinary techniques and equipment. Some signatures items that should not be missed include the beef Tartare cone, crispy pork croutons served with lightly smoked eel or with Iberico pork belly, grilled Spanish octopus, Chorizo Groest’l and Char-grilled Wagyu cubes cooked in Hay.
Amuse’s quality fare is matched by a great selection of drinks and wines. The bar is fronted by young Austrian whiz kid, Klaus Leopold who has created many imaginative cocktails.
Carrying more than 300 Austrian wines, one of the largest collections in Asia, Amuse offers many wines by the glass which are updated monthly to showcase wines across different countries.
Amuse also offers extensive al fresco seating on the veranda and sidewalk. If you seek an intimate experience you can also request for the Chef’s Table which seats six persons and offers a view of the kitchen.
La Scala, is a new Italian restaurant that brings indulgence by offering dining, live jazz and lifestyle. The word "Scala" means "ladder" or "flight of steps" in Italian. And also references the world renowned opera house in Milan, Italy.
You can expect to be delighted by a dining experience with dishes created by their head executive Chef Daniele Sperindio, a native Italian with 12 years of culinary experience. He specialises in Mediterranean Italian with signature dishes such as the tartare di Tonno Rosso, homemade Tortelli filled with spicy lobster, lamb rack with chestnut puree, new potatoes and poached apple and Coffee cream “Tiramisu” style with almond brownie cookie.
The restaurant also serves an extensive list of whisky, cocktails and wines great to be had for wind down sessions after work and even better to be enjoyed with the live jazz entertainment at The Sultan Jazz Club.
Enjoy an intimate exclusivity, exotic ambience, and stylish sophistication in an utterly tranquil yet trendy setting.
Drawing on the experience of the owners in the region around Valencia, with a team of Catalan and Valencian professionals in the kitchen, Los Primos serves an array of more than 30 inviting traditional tapas. Some of the Classics to be mentioned: Patatas Bravas (roasted potatoes with a mildly spicy tomato sauce), Croquetas (deep-fried croquettes filled with either mixed seafood blend, ham or minced chicken), Gambas al Ajillo (sizzling prawns with fresh roasted garlic), Pulpo a la Gallega (think slices of octopus, fresh potatoes, extra virgin olive oil and a dash of paprika), Selection of Spanish cold cuts like Iberico, Serrano ham, Chorizo and Lomo (cured pork). And some Chef’s creations, like Salted Cod in a bell peppers and onion sauce or Huevo Estrellado (potatoes, a couple of slices of roasted ham and a soft-yolk fried egg splashed all over in a traditional pan).
The wine list spans good labels from Spain, Italy, Chile and Argentina. Most bottles are imported directly by the owners, offering wines usually not available in Singapore. Sangria is made with Spanish Bobal red wine, Cointreau, Vermouth, Brandy and lots of zesty fruit, served in traditional clay-pot jugs.
Los Primos not only has a great Spanish food menu, but also an extensive selection of beverages. Behind the long, hand-crafted bar counter, adorned with original Iberian tiles, two expert mixologists prepare cocktails and shots to perfection, ensuring all tastes for drinks can be satisfied.
The restaurant is decorated with furniture and ornaments imported on purpose from Valencia, giving the whole place a warm, cozy, and at the same time, lively feel. The walls are scattered with prints and paintings of many aspects of Spanish life. The lights of its beautiful chandeliers are dimmed and the terrace has a few sought-after tables which seem to be just the perfect spot for people-watching in Club Street.
An extreme rarity in Singapore, Los Primos offers a "late night menu" which encompasses a good selection of hot and cold tapas, cheeses and cold cuts, until closing time: and extended to 2.00am on Fridays and Saturdays.
The name stems from the legendary lost continent of MU, coined by 19th century traveller and writer Augustus Le Plongeon. MU also refers to the Japanese word “ç¡” which means “nothing” reflected by the bare studio-like concept of the space.
Stepping into the parlour invokes an Alice-in-Wonderland experience as you tunnel your way through an exposed red brick stairwell to find yourself greeted by a whole new whimsical world. MU is furnished with a capricious mishmash of furniture- wooden garden benches lie next to elaborate iron wrought chairs, a framed pop-culture poster suspends above an antique chest of dresser drawers. White-washed walls and ceilings coupled with hanging stage lights create a studio-like atmosphere that in turn draws your attention to the details of the furnishings.
MU serves up an array of gourmet burgers that are made daily and never frozen. Bite into the No. 11 that’s packed with creamy chunks of avocado. Crisp iceberg lettuce, fresh onions and ripened tomatoes lend the burger a satisfying crunch and topped off with smokiness from sapid strips of bacon. Other highlights include the No. 29 with juicy Portobello mushroom and No. 2 that’s spiced with paprika and jalapenos. Each burger comes accompanied by a side of tangy California garlic fries for you to nosh on. Sweet endings come in the form of delectable pastries and tarts. Signature pastries include the Lemon Meringue Tart and Lemon and Hazelnut Praline Mousse.
Picking your poison will be a great feat when faced with MU’s intriguing selection of cocktails. The Eugenia is made with a fragrant Hibiscus tea base complemented with tropical notes of passion fruit and grapefruit, the punch in the drink comes from generous shots of Tanqueray Ten and MU’s own homemade Limoncello.
MU is not just a café, neither a studio and nor a boutique. MU is about delivering a lifestyle for those who seek it. It is a sanctuary for the weary, inspiration to the uninspired, a blank canvas for the imaginative.
Discover the new ideal ideal destination to unwind from the daily rush: Paulaner at Clarke Quay.
Paulaner offers a unique mixture of bar, pub, restaurant, lounge, event place and beer garden under one roof. Their stylish, casual ambience creates a mood of comfort and cosiness, both indoor and outdoor without compromising its premium brand concept from Munich, Germany.
Enter a unique journey experiencing authentic Bavarian specialties alongside freshly tapped Paulaner beer. Catering to all taste buds, Paulaner Clarke Quay carries 5 different draughts and not forgetting seasonal draughts periodically, making it a paradise for beer hunters. The bar also presents Paulaner beer cocktails which bring out amazing flavors to accommodate cocktail lovers.
The style of cuisine is typically Bavarian. The menu consists of Munich specialties (Paulaner Classics) as well as popular international dishes and food trends. With over 40 dishes ranging from appetisers to desserts, the menu gives you a vast variety to choose from. Have a try at their tantalising desserts like the Wheat beer tiramisu, special recipe German apple strudel, bringing praises to the Executive Chef, Michael Strobl.
The entertainment goes on with a resident live band, which makes it perfect to grow your nerves into the night while enjoying their range of food and drinks.
At the Paulaner Singapore Clarke Quay, centuries old traditions are given a modern twist and an unconventional blend to cater to both the locals and visitors. This aspiration applies to the entire concept, from furnishing and equipment to food selection, all the way to the fondly created atmosphere.
Mojo is the latest lounge added to Singapore’s list of nightspots to see and be seen. Atop the second floor of a shop-house at Club Street, this sexy new baroque-styled lounge is transporting a piece of Chinatown’s past headfirst into the decadence of the twenty-first century. Clad in funky glass chandeliers and luxurious bling-ed out lounge chairs to sink into, mojo is the perfect setting for chilling out into the wee hours.
The name Mojo has various meanings depending on the context. It can refer to someone’s sexual charisma, popularised by the Austin Powers movie series. Other meanings also include magic spells, voodoo, or even a concoction of various hard-liquors.
Each piece of furniture was personally hand-picked to stick to a lavish haven for relaxed socialising after a hectic day in Singapore city. Cow hide rugs cloak the wooden floors of the shop-house while candlelight flickers over polished mirrored surfaces, making for a cozy yet alluring space. Tables and windows are illuminated from below with colour-changing LED lights, casting different vibes around the lounge as you luxuriate in the menu of tasty treats and exotic cocktails while mellow grooves play in the background.
Centrally-located, Mojo at Club Street is tucked away from crowded main streets, yet still easily accessible from all areas of the island. Nestled in the heart of Chinatown, Club Street has been home to a treasure trove of restaurants, bars, lounges, and cafeÌs, bustling with life and energy. With the introduction of the new lounge Mojo, you will have yet another funky venue to unwind after a long day at work.
Food served at the lounge stems from the Indochina region, together with some western favourites. Fresh and fragrant with herbs such as lemongrass and mint leaves, dishes served will be sure to please any gourmand.
Get to relax in the luxurious leather lounges while sipping an assortment of cocktails, martinis, shots, and beer. From classics like the Long Island Ice Tea and the Cosmopolitan to innovative creations by their master bartenders, their drinks are a representation of mojo, a perfect harmony of old and new.
Jigger & Pony is a new welcoming bar that focuses on classic cocktails, craftsmanship and precision. Named after the double-coned measuring device used by bartenders to accurately pour out liquid, the bar is a tribute to the 19th century when cocktail recipes were listed in jiggers and ponies.
With a list of 24 cocktails spanned over 3 categories (Classics, Forgotten Classics, and Modern Twists), cocktails are concocted with premium spirits and meticulous Japanese bartending techniques. The team's attention to core and basic ingredients, as well as rightful techniques, result in top-class cocktails with unparalelled consistency and quality that will please your discerning cocktail tastes.
Equipped with a full kitchen, warm and approachable interiors and a capacity (65 seater) bigger than most local cocktail bars, it makes a perfect social space with "good food, good drinks".
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.
The new venue is a 2 storey bistro lounge and art space.
A former OCBC Bank premise opened during the 1930s, The Vault occupies a double-storey shophouse in the hip Chinatown enclave. Inspired by its history and colourful surrounds, it's interior is an edgy mix of industrial copper and steel filled up with vibrant and dynamic content.
A casual bistro downstairs and a high-ceilinged lounge upstairs, The Vault also makes space for art and music to thrive. Tuck into fresh hands-on foodfare from the bistro, making meals fun and approachable. At night, the bar swings to life with prohibition-style cocktails, spirits and wines, and a rotating roster of artists making appearances and sparking delight.
Have a try at their freshly opened bistro with it's inviting ambience of wooden copper and comfortable communal tables accentuated by an open-concept kitchen. The place stands out as a welcome slice of home-style goodness of generous portions and delicious fare at moderate prices.
FoodBar DaDa is a new modern Spanish tapas bar so named for its non-conformist cultural movement, DaDaism, which is clearly reflected in their unconventional and distinctive take on classic Spanish tapas.
Prepared using the acclaimed Josper-grill, the tapas at FoodBar DaDa centres around only the freshest local produce which the kitchen team themselves source daily, combined with the best ingredients Spain and the region has to offer. Prepared in ways which best enhance their individual flavours, the dishes themselves are conduits for the creativity of DaDa chefs Jordi Noguera and Manel “the kid” Valero, and as such as become wonderful morsels of unpredictable deliciousness often infused with just the right touch of smokiness from the grill. At DaDa, the menu changes with the seasonality of ingredients and new tapas items are introduced on a very regular basis.
The bar also frequently welcomes visiting Spanish chefs on exchange programmes, who are often encouraged to inject their own personalities and soul into the tapas they are serving on that night.
Cocktails lovers, you can also look forward to bespoke cocktails prepared by DaDa’s mixologist team that includes Din Hassan, one of the best Singapore has to offer with over 25 years’ experience in whipping up unique concoctions.
While centred around industrial chic, DaDa nevertheless remains an intimate and inviting space with a layout which encourages diners to interact with the chefs and each other. The ambient lighting and groovy 70s disco, funk, Motown and blue jazz tunes also add to the overall chill atmosphere of this one-of-a-kind tapas bar.
Adorned with classic Vietnamese lanterns in navy blue and a playful splash of yellow amidst the warm dark-wooden setting, Little Saigon is new in Clarke Quay. Get to savour modern Vietnamese cuisine, sip cocktails, and slither to the intoxicating music with its live band, Acoustic Bounce.
Little Saigon’s menu is refreshingly unique, combining the authentic taste of Vietnamese favourites with both new and traditional party fare. Chef Hoang Hung Dung, a Vietnamese culinary-meister, created a spread of authentic delights from his homeland especially for the restaurant.
Aside from the hearty Vietnamese culinary delights, another intoxicating pleasure comes in the form of Vietnamese beers, feisty cocktails, which are both exotic in names (Saigon Kick, I Pho and Pho Bia) and ingredients.
To them a party isn't complete without live entertainment. Sing, dance and party the night away to the top 40 hits by their resident band, with the enchanting diva, Mira, and the dynamic vocal chameleon, Jo, supported by Sham, their musical maestro.
Set to open in August 2012, Mambo will be the perfect beach front destination if you are looking for a relaxed upscale casual ocean front experience with a touch of sophistication and elegance, with friends or family. Drawing its inspiration from the classic 50’s beach bars in Miami, Cuba and the Caribbean, Mambo will feature delicious grilled seafood, classic cocktails and a fun-loving atmosphere, providing a vacation-like getaway from the city's constant hustle and bustle.
Located on Siloso Beach, Singapore's hippest beach, it will be the next place for fun-loving people, day and night.
Get into your favourite bikini and take a dip. Themed bars abound, you can surf a man-made wave or chill-out in a whirlpool bath on the beach. A host of shopping options awaits, as well as tempting all-day menus from exceptional bistros and restaurants.
Siloso is synonymous with volleyball and courts are available free on a first-come-first-served basis. You can also try your hand at skim-boarding or kayaking, as well as cycling, rollerblading and other exciting beach activities.
After dark, Siloso really comes alive, with parties, music, lively bars and restaurants celebrating the beach lifestyle long into the night, every night.
The Lo & Behold Group re-opens its beloved Loof, Singapore’s first standalone rooftop bar located atop Odeon Towers in downtown CBD. The name Loof is a playful reference to the idiosyncrasies of local speech and culture. Going back to their roots, the new Loof is refreshed but maintains its cheeky and quirky character, but now comes with extra local flavour.
Enjoy carefully crafted Southeast Asian inspired cocktails with bar food that have a local twist. Then take a trip down memory lane and purchase little gems of nostalgia at The Mama Shop. Bask in the cool shade of Loof’s urban garden. Take in the best view of Raffles Hotel.
In the heart of the city, soak up infectious beats from their resident DJs KFC and Tyler Made. Get a weekly dose of ear candy every Thursday at “LOOFAPALOOZA” with DJ Uncle Johnny as he spins tribute indie and alternative beats from the 80s and 90s.
The newest addition to Loof is The Mama Shop. The Singaporean precursor to the modern day convenience store, Mama shops were typically run by Indian Uncles (“Mama” in Tamil). A spin on the traditional, The Mama Shop’s hostess greets customers and sells knick-knacks and treats of yesteryear. Play Five Stones with your friends, crackle some pop rocks, or simply buy kitschy souvenir notebooks and mugs. There’s a little something for everyone, Singaporean, expat, tourist or business traveler.
The cocktail and bar food menus both feature Singaporean elements and lots of local flavour. New Southeast Asian cocktail selections include five distinct drinks that are familiar yet unique.
Bandung Bloom, made with kalamansi juice, vodka, champagne and rose syrup is an updated tuck shop drink that takes you back to those school canteen days. The Singapore Sour plays on salty-sweet with sour plum, kalamansi juice and vodka. All drinks are made with the freshest quality ingredients, including herbs freshly plucked from our own mint, basil, lime and lemongrass plants.
The architects behind the new Loof are Marc Webb and Naoko Takenouchi of Takenouchi Webb. Featured throughout are signature shingle patterned tiles adorning the walls, trellis and backdrop to the bar which brings a quirky, eclectic and playful aesthetic.
Equally dominant is the ample greenery and foliage, a testament to the Group’s organic growth over the past seven years and a nod to Singapore’s tropical flora. The four large trees remain a focal point, now surrounded by creepers, hanging plants, and a green wall, truly making Loof an urban sanctuary.
#03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, 331 North Bridge Road
Preparazzi is a gourmet caterer specialised in concept events and parties. You will love their work, thanks to their original dishes, inventive ideas and bespoke creations inspired by Singapore’s exciting culinary heritage and sexy cosmopolitan lifestyle.
The caterer has been is the winner of the Martell VSOP Ultimate Start-Up Space Competition 2011. They've cooked for ambassadors, ministers, CEOs, partners, fussy bosses, chummy colleagues, happy families, kindergarden school children and the occasional health buff.
Their new Bar Gourmet serves healthy western food with an Asian twist.
Love salads? Try their duck confit with wonton crisps, or their grilled chicken with curry mustard dressing. Also available for takeaway.
Keep it fresh, for Sunday's brunch with their freshly baked breads, cakes and cupcakes from their bakery. Or have a try at their Do Truffle Eggs Benny.
Drinks wise, Preparazzi creatively concocts cocktails with local ingredients, herbs and spices, such as the Nanas Limau Pulut, a tequila-based cocktail made with pineapple, kaffir lime, and Cointreau.
If you want to know what 'Exquisite' tastes like, then head down to Private Affairs and experience their delicious symphony of flavors created alongside fine Modern European cuisine, paired with international premier wines.
The restaurant is all about being pampered and experiencing exquisite food and service. You’ll dine in comfortable and private surrounds and the team of chefs will be showcasing their skills for cooking modern European cuisine flavours.
Relocated from the rustic Joo Chiat Place, the new dining premise at 25 Boon Tat Street promises you more gastro indulgences at a decent value. Set in the elegant and chic conservation shop house in the busy CBD area, Private Affairs serves all-occasion Modern European dining with delectable set lunch, a la carte and set dinner menus.
Have a try at their Saturday brunch accompanied with special selection of gourmet tea and house blend of tea and coffees. Check out their cozy roof top bar decking out a good range of champagne, sparkling wines by glasses and beer!
Plan you own event with their team of dedicated event planners. Be it a birthday party, corporate luncheon, cocktails parties, wine dinners, product launches, or auctions.
The doors of No. 9 Rochester Park are once again open to the public. This time around however, you'll will find an entirely new dining experience at Nosh.
Nosh takes over from the Krish restaurant at its venue in Rochester Park and serves modern bistro cuisine in a distinctively unforgettable setting.
The restaurant occupies a beautifully decorated historical black and white house with an alluring open air deck where most of the dining takes place. Nosh delivers a perfect blend of music, ambiance and lush scenery, which contributes to a charming outdoor dining.
Fresh ingredients and quality produce are at the heart of a melting pot of flavours that will take you from the comforts of familiar tastes to the edge of a new and exciting culinary experience.
Starters include the Maryland Crab Cakes, a delightful combination of delicately fried fresh crab patties, red curry coconut dressing and a cucumber and apple salad. Other standouts include the Mango Avocado Ceviche.
They also feature an ample selection of vegetarian options. The Purple Potato Gnocchi for example is one of several dishes that can be made vegetarian upon request.
For mains, the Tamarind marinated beef tenderloin does not disappoint. Tender strips of lovingly marinated prime beef are accompanied by a helping of house made purple potato gnocchi and creamy braised leeks.
Desserts are not to be missed, as you will get the chance to tuck into a decadent selection of desserts that have been crafted in collaboration with award winning pastry chef Janice Wong from the 2am:dessertbar.
Find a great reason to get out of bed, to enjoy their weekend brunch!
Their bar stays open late throughout the week and is the perfect place to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. House cocktails are made with fresh fruit and premium spirits while the wine list features a comprehensive selection of affordably priced and boutique wines alike. Cool jazz and resonant beats set the tone for a memorable relaxing night under the stars.
At Five & Dime, they're all about wholesome, belly-warming comfort food in a friendly and cozy atmosphere. This chic shophouse-eatery situated between Institution Hill and Kim Yam Road takes its influence from Japanese recipes, including mouth-watering items like flamed smoke duck with creamy sesame dressing, braised kurobuta pork served with a lavish portion of cha soba and mentaiko spaghetti with yakitori.
Their philosophy is simple and honest, and they don't rely on pretenses.
Good food, good drinks, good company. Coffees, cakes and awesome cocktails all day! Be sure to try the salted caramel cupcake, a buttery cupcake spread with a layer of salted caramel and chocolate.
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.
Zen design and sensual opulence have returned to the nightlife at the Singapore Flyer in 2012. Shake nightclub and event space, located at the prestigious Singapore Flyer, is the brainchild of industry veterans spanning numerous years.
The 2,400 sq ft venue, which holds within a capacity of 500 pax including the al fresco area is a modern take to decadence and style, where revelers party and onlookers enjoy specialty cocktails and VIP Bottle service in the intimate settings.
Targeting to be an international bar, the club opens to the like minded clientele of our neighbouring cities of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Jakarta and Japan.
Bringing in DJ's from these cities, Shake aims to be the bar to be seen at, the home away from home. Expect Trance, House, Top 40's & R&B, creatively fusioned and spun by both local and international DJ's.
Adding to the versatility of Shake, expect a dose of fashion, apparent in the uniforms of the staff, from the bartenders to the servers, to the Resident DJ's even. There aren't any strict uniforms, as Shake is a place for individualism, each staff is given the freedom to dress as they feel, and they encourage their patrons, to do the same.
The space's versatility makes it perfect for corporate and private events, easily accommodating catered banquets, live music, fashion shows, and corporate presentations.
In the months to come, expect a wide variety of amazing events, world-class music, and a glamorous diverse crowd, all with a spotlight on customer service and attention to detail. Their friendly staff has the experience, skills, and "personal touch" that make every party or event at Shake the stylish success the city's been missing.
Lucky 13 is a Miami styled diner/bar/club featuring wonderful Cuban and Latin influenced cuisine, great cocktails and amazing parties which has just been opened by serial entrepreneur Michel Lu.
The opening bar bites menu will include items like the Cuban “Medianoche” Sandwich, a signature Lucky Burger, a Veal Tongue Sandwich, Grilled Mahi Mahi Tacos with Chipotle Pico de Gallo as well as bar bites like "Pulpo a la Gallega", "Croquetas de Papas y Jamón", "Gambas al Ajillo" or simple desserts like "Churros Con Chocolate Caliente" (house-made Churros with Hot Chocolate).
Imagine you are travelling in the woods. You are hungry and tired. You have passed by a few inns and taverns, which are either rowdy or impersonal - unless you wish to check into an inn – and they only serve predictable dreary food. Oh, wait. There is another place; however it would take you deeper into the woods and on a higher latitude - near the mountainous area. It may be a little past dusk before you reach that area.
As you amble along the dusty road, exhausted and growing quite impatient, something visibly indiscernible comes into view. A house. It's two-storied, standing behind a small courtyard, trimmed with dancing lights shining from the windows. You hear some soft laughter rising above some indistinct clinking. But one thing: the unmistakable smell of food. Suddenly, the air smells fresh as apples and aromatic as herbs, both of which are familiar and comforting. As you step into Ardent's, you just know this is the place that will suit you well.
Just like stepping into a friend's house, that's what they are - a cosy cafe / bar serving all day breakfast.
The Bank Bar + Bistro, an all-day dining and bar concept set in a lofty and chic ambience for the business set and after-work crowd.
Occupying a generous interior space of 3,024 square feet, this new kid on the block also has al fresco standing and seating capacity for those who prefer to enjoy the bustling Shenton Way vibes. Those who have been looking for a lofty and airy bar with a premium quality food menu offering international and western cuisine within the CBD can expect a strong focus on good and fresh ingredients, quality produce from Australia and New Zealand, healthier food options that will appeal to the ladies and gym goers, gourmet coffee, a full bar that serves up popular cocktails and a 20-seater private lounge that offers premium wines and whiskeys.
With a lofty bar area that flows seamlessly into the dining space, The Bank Bar & Bistro is an ideal venue of choice for corporate events besides offering dedicated services for the bar goers and diners on regular days. Premium quality lunch and dinner menus make it an ideal venue for an impressive business meal. Three-course set lunch menus which are priced at great value ($27+) change on a fortnightly basis to offer more variety to customers. Lighter food options that complement the wines and cocktails can be selected from the good variety offered in the Bar Bites menu. For those who want to avoid the weekday corporate crowd, they can look forward to the leisurely Sunday brunches in the near future.
Sports aficionados can also gather at this new hot spot to catch all the major sports leagues and bond over great food, beers and wines. There’s more... the camaraderie can be enjoyed till late on both weekdays and weekends so patrons don’t have to worry about searching for another place to hang out after midnight.
A beautifully designed seamless space that houses the bar and dining areas. The venue is ideal for corporate events. A private lounge can be reserved for business entertainment and discussions.
A standout amongst the trendy gastronomic havens at Ann Siang Hill and Club Street, Our Korner boasts delicious and addictive comfort food that will keep you coming back for more.
Enjoy hearty international and Asian comfort fare at great value in a welcoming and cosy environment – one that offers a casual dining atmosphere by day and a cool chill-out joint after dark.
Our Korner is an inviting space that serves up a good mix of an intimate ambience, refreshing bites and cocktails, bar grooves and perhaps a hint of playfulness that life should not be taken so seriously.
The long awaited arrival of ODP (Open Door Policy) in the quaint little neighborhood of Yong Siak St in Tiong Bahru is finally here. The menu is written and overlooked by Tippling Club's very own Ryan Clift who has put together a modern bistro fare with a rustic twist.
On offer is a range of starters that are ideal for sharing, as well as meat dishes, fish courses and a dessert menu. Their food is prepared using only the freshest ingredients at friendly prices. The restaurant layout is open-planned with a show kitchen set behind a glass wall that runs aside the long narrow dining space.
For tipplers, the bar offers a strong mix of classic cocktails, while the short wine list focuses on boutique wines from around the world, many of which have been exclusively bought in for ODP.
The specialty coffee bar by the 40 HANDS team will serve rare micro-lot coffee brewed as filter and cold drip, alongside the usual espresso varieties.
Be sure to be one of the first to check out Singapore's latest hidden dining secret in Tiong Bahru!
Labrador Nature Reserve boasts the only rocky sea-cliff in Singapore and played a significant role in the history of Singapore in World War II.
Eco Gourmet Café sits in perfect harmony in the belly of Labrador Nature Reserve. Labrador Nature Reserve is an oasis of tranquility and natural wonders. The park offers a picturesque view of the sea. A path built on the edge of the secondary forest provides a prime view of the cliff side vegetation coupled with a panoramic view of the sea. It is not uncommon to hear songs of a variety of bird species, including the Oriental Magpie-robin and Black-naped Oriole. While you are taking a leisurely stroll to this restaurant along one of the nature trails, you can spot squirrels scurrying up trees.
A fresh dining experience amid nature awaits discerning diners with a MediterrAsian menu and a selection of exotic cocktails, mocktails and an extensive wine menu to go with.
Eco is a casual cafe which serves high-quality gourmet meals. Great hideaway for parties, corporate functions and intimate dinners. Dining on treetop balconies with encroaching jungle - yes in S'pore!
This newly opened eatery serves up a gourmet selection of casual American fare with lashings of creativity and decent portions to boot.
They're currently only open for dinner Tuesday - Sunday from 6pm - midnight but at least they serve food late which is great for all of us who think Singapore has limited quality dining options after 10pm.
Check out the beautiful vintage re-upholstered chairs and tables which have been imported from Bali. Very eye-catching and art-deco. There’s also a good-sized bar which serves an array of specialty cocktails concocted especially to match the Hummerstons menu.
Urban Beach Bar is a restaurant and bar featuring mainly outdoor seating with high chair seating options at The Singapore Flyer. Guests can chill out and enjoy pre-dinner drinks or a sunset cocktail while enjoying the sunset ambiance.
A gathering place over an after dinner drink with happy hours available all day long.
Their operation philosophy and menu concept is friendly but professional, with an emphasis on excellent product knowledge, product presentation and open honest service from fun staff with personalities, in a casual and elegant surrounding with a superb ambiance to match.
A Great selection of Western and Italian Cuisine where they are famous for including their home-made ravioli stuffed with fresh white clam cooked in white wine and sage.
The decor is bright showcasing vibrant colours which feature the characteristics of a beach set in the urban landscape. White and blue theme colours represent the sand and the blue, cloudless sky.
Happy Hour All Day Long. One for One for House Pouring Beverages!
Barkode is a minimalistic bar and café sitting along the five-foot walkway of Little India whose fresh and raw design provides the ideal background to its chichi and innovative cocktails. Bursting with fresh fruits and rarely used ingredients such as egg whites and bitters, the cocktails are of a quality seldom seen in Singapore, let alone found in the bustling quarter of Little India.
Opening in mid-June 2011, Barkodewill feature 12 cocktails of which 9 will change every three months to challenge the skills of the bartenders and taste buds of the customer. Barkodeis eager to revolutionise the local cocktail scene and wants to debunk the myth that a 10 second cocktail equals house pour and mixer; in a few seconds, a well-planned, carefully crafted fresh cocktail can be served. With the alcohol and ingredients that are available at the bar, Barkodealso allows you to order a customised cocktail.
At Barkode, a sense of camaraderie is also encouraged. A special item on the menu is the Tumbler, a ready-to-enjoy, one-of-a-kind cocktail served in a snazzy 500ml glass bottle (enough for 2 servings), chilled and bursting with freshness and flavor. Finger food will also be available to evoke the warm feeling of being at a friend’s house party. Of course, food and drink cannot be enjoyed without good company and Barkodepromises that even a party of one will not feel alone because only outgoing and engaging wait staff and bartenders will be found at this small but handsome bar.
Barkode walks the line of being niche and yet not restrictive, it believes that good products and brands can be shared with everyone, and who knows, you might even make a friend or two along the way.
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.
At Stacked, they’ve given the classic dumpling dish also known as 'wantons', a modern, fusion spin.
Expect to find your well-loved dim sum favourites and their original creations bursting with flavours using Thai, Italian and English ingredients.
And who said dim sum can’t be enjoyed at night? Pair your baskets of their specially handcrafted dim sum with one of their signature cocktails at sun-down for a complete dim sum bar experience.
Stacked is to deliver an ideal solution for corporate events and private parties as well, working closely with you on event details, budget and special requirements. With both indoor and outdoor options at Stacked Dim Sum Bar, a view of the Singapore River and Alkaff Bridge, Stacked provides the perfect venue. Coupled with dim sum served glamorously stacked up and a range of good wines, champagnes and freshly squeezed juices, your guests will most certainly be wowed!
Tisettanta Lounge specialises in mixology. On the menu are Italian inspired cocktails with flavours such as fresh herbs, tangy citrus, aromatic nuts and rich chocolate, healthy detoxifying remedies and drinks inspired by top Italian designers.
Accented by Oluce lights, and decked out in striking Tisettanta furniture from Italy, Tisettanta Lounge is the perfect place to chill out and unwind.
The elegantly designed bar features an innovative selection of drinks on the menu, with Italian-inspired flavoured cocktails mixed with freshly-squeezed juices, a variety of Italian wines by the glass and bottle, as well as premium draft beers, and a range of non-alcoholic beverages with healthy detoxifying elements.
Gourmet Italian snacks such as ‘Panelle’, ‘Polipo e Patate’ and ‘Cebiche del Giorno’ as well as tapas, cheeses, cold cuts and gourmet pizzas are served directly from the kitchen of Gattopardo Italian Grill & Pizzabar will be available for all-day grazing. Paired with varying genres of music throughout the day, plus a weekly guest DJ, Tisettanta is tipped to become the place for sophisticated chilling.
Experience energetic and vibrant nightlife at Grand Park Orchard’s new iconic lounge Onyx. Intimate spaces and ambient lighting makes this the ideal place to chill and relax.
Open House is a trendy international restaurant with an open concept dining. Serving buffet breakfast and a la carte menus for lunch and dinner, the restaurant’s dining highlights are inspired from the four live cooking stations at its main dining area. These stations serve chef’s signature dishes that include pizza, sandwiches, dim sum, claypot dishes and roast meat with noodles or rice. Opens daily from 6.00am to 10.30am for breakfast; 12.00pm to 2.30pm for lunch and 6.30pm to 10.30pm for dinner.
The exquisite Bar Canary is located at the outdoor pool area on Level 4, the al fresco bar offers signature concoctions of Veuve Clicquot cocktails. Cool and chic, the bar provides spectacular views of Orchard Road and is set to become the place to see and be seen.
Continuing to grow, Tippling Club launches its new open-air forest terrace. Dubbed the Tippling Terrace, it is an amazing space where guests can enjoy music and drinks under a canopy of trees and stars. The new annex has an area of over 1,000 sq feet, seating capacity for 40 people and standing room to host over 80 guests.
How They Met: Their story begins when Cynthia Chua, owner of the Spa Esprit Group, lured a reluctant Matthew Bax to Singapore for a short-term consultancy role. Impressed by Matthew’s underground Melbourne success at Der Raum, Cynthia invited him to revamp the drinks at her local joints, Barracks Café and Camp Bar. A strong friendship and business alliance was born. Matthew introduced Cynthia to his best mate, Chef Ryan Clift. Within weeks, discussions led to a joint venture that would allow Cynthia to take the next step in her dining ventures and breathe life to Matthew and Ryan’s six-year-old dream.
Who They Are: Ryan Clift – Partner/Head Chef
The Big Idea: Matthew and Ryan had long been working on a brave concept to pursue a higher form of food and drink matching and certainly a more fun approach to traditional haute cuisine and drink service. Essentially what they wanted to create was one big chef’s table, engrossing and drawing the customer into the kitchen and bar to experience all the magic of the creative process. Hence, the birth of Tippling Club.
Location, Location: A glance outside or a drink on the balcony will quickly explain the choice of location. Tippling Club is at once accessible yet refreshingly secluded. Just minutes from the CBD, you enter the oasis of Tippling Club in the remote area of Dempsey Hill and you immediately feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Singapore. Sitting amongst ancient tower trees in a lush, tropical rainforest, the choice of location was the easiest decision the team would make.
Build it and They Will Come: Inspired by artists Christo and Jeanne Claude’s Wrapped Reichstag in Berlin, designer Jerry de Souza created an equally progressive yet relaxed setting for guests. “My goal was to marry the colonial past of the existing building with a modern skin, and the ever present surrounding jungle,” says de Souza. Preserving the historical significance of the building, de Souza added a modern annex to the original structure using a mix of canvas, recycled industrial rubber, stainless steel, glass and wood. A chic industrial bar gives both diners and drinkers front row seats to the action at the bar and kitchen. Overhead, an elaborate bottle installation of rare spirits hangs within reach of the bartenders -- a design element that is a nod to Bax’s other bar, the world-renowned Der Raum in Melbourne. Outside, the newly constructed open-air forest terrace allows guest to enjoy cocktails under a canopy of trees and stars.
Conscious coffee. Gratifying global comfort food. Delectable café dining by day, handcrafted cocktails by night - all set to a sublime soundtrack.
Oriole Café & Bar makes a great destination for all-day casual dining and drinks. Here, diners can indulge in affordable “global comfort food”, matched by an extensive bar menu of quality coffee beverages and cocktails. Owner Keith Loh, opened Oriole because he is an avid coffee lover and saw an opportunity for an all-day café and bar – akin to those in Europe – which offers quality coffee beverages and cocktails.
Spurred on by his passion, Keith came in first at the Singapore National Barista Championships (SNBC) in February 2010 and was second place in 2008. John Ting (SNBC 1st ’09, ’08), is currently manager of coffee operations at Oriole Coffee Roasters. Together, they have created a thoughtful selection of quality coffee beverages, featuring a choice of Oriole’s espresso blend or seasonal single origins.
“I hope that by serving quality ‘honest’ coffee at our outlets by dedicated, professional and properly-trained baristas, we can fill this niche in the café market in Singapore,” says Keith. Apart from the regular espresso, macchiato and cappuccino, coffee lovers will be delighted with other Oriole specials - which are double ristretto servings of the Oriole espresso blend, as well as some of their winning coffee creations. The full bar menu also carries a variety of teas, milkshakes, sodas, juices, beers, wines and Oriole’s signature cocktails, so guests can pop in anytime during the day for a quick cuppa or tipple.
Besides its substantial drinks list, the spacious dining café is the ideal place for breezy lunches, quick coffee breaks and relaxed dinners. Oriole has a warm and inviting ambience, featuring dazzling brass chandeliers, leather-upholstered booth seats, and a long marble-top bar counter. In the evening, Oriole morphs into a chic and lively watering hole that serves up specialty cocktails and an eclectic music selection.
This natural hue and sepia tone-donning den wins over its diners with more than Chinese noodles, Chinese-style tapas, Chinese gourmet teas or cocktails; it charms with classical ballads along with spatial expressions highlighted by banners, flags and video projections depicting splashes of traditional Chinese operatic colours of seasonal topics.Casual dining restaurant, Ai Mien Bar, offers 16 types of noodle dishes and an assortment of "Chinese tapas" to tease the tastebuds.
Decked up to channel creative vibes, the neutral beige and brown walls are eye candy for artistic types who like to indulge in that occasional bit of Chinese calligraphy and modern Chinese art. It's also an oasis for working crowds to drop in for a spot of their favourite noodle dishes before heading back to the office.
The dishes are created by master chef Cheung Wing Keung, a Hong Kong native who spent 10 years working in Japan. He injects interest into his signature dishes with ingredients that are of Japanese origins to recreate Chinese noodle dishes with a twist.
But if you're not looking to just chill out, indulge in a sip of their designer drinks that marry Western liquors like Cognac and gin to Chinese ingredients like wolfberries, chrysanthemum and ginseng, accompanied with 18 kinds of Chinese-style tapas such as the Deep-Fried Toast with Prawn Paste and Fish Roe.
Café del Mar Singapore re-launched recently with a refreshing outlook and appeal. If you have been a frequent at CDM, you would be wonderfully surprised. If you have yet visited this quintessential outlet, this will be the reason to do so. Café del Mar Singapore is set to give new meaning and an unforgettable experience for those looking for an escapade from the regular city life.
Being the first international franchise from Ibiza, Café del Mar Singapore offers a 6,000 sq. ft. indoor air-conditioned space, alfresco bay and a lavish beach area overlooking the sea, with spacious daybeds and cabanas - the largest CDM in the world. With picturesque ocean views and tropical sensuality, Café del Mar Singapore has indeed given sunsets on Sentosa Island new meaning and thrill.
One of the biggest draws is the music and ambience CDM has to offer. With its music and its Ibiza pedigree, CDM Singapore is set to reinvent the beach party culture and become the iconic spot in beach lifestyle and entertainment, leading to the ultimate beach dining experience.
City-dwellers looking for an alternative casual or intimate dining experience need look no further. CDM serves an extensive food & beverage menu coupled with its class interior of signature blue, white and pink settings, one can easily take pleasure and enjoy the scrumptious cuisine CDM has to offer. Marisco Paella, Linguine Pescatora, Pacific Baked Dory and Succulent Lamb Chops, are some of the Chef’s recommendations, all meticulously prepared to satisfy any hearty appetite. Complement your dinner pick with CDM’s Signature Cocktails while dining alfresco and truly experience the splendour of “dining under the stars”.
On weekends, the most smashing beach parties are staged for those so inclined at CDM. Groove to the cool, sexy beats decked out by our DJs, savour tapas and sip on sangrias in the sultry sea breeze while watching bikini and board short-clad bodies move to the pulsating beats. Its haute beach life personified. Think style without pretension, complete with laid-back buzz. With a perfect blend of Spanish sensuality and Miami glitz, CDM is indeed the most stylish beach getaway.
40 Siloso Beach Walk, Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island
The Disgruntled Chef is a place for people sick of fussy food; where the music is great, the energy is constant and the drinks are just damn tasty.
The Disgruntled Chef at 26B is one of the newer additions to Dempsey Hill. Having inserted itself into a standalone block with a quiet outlook, it offers a restaurant / bar venue that is a little more intimate and a little more relaxed than most. Award winning chef Daniel Sia has put together a menu of modern European dishes, like Steak Tartare, Scotch Quail Eggs and Smoked, Chargrilled Cote de Boeuf, built for sharing amongst friends.
The casual atmosphere is ideal for a quick set lunch, a full dinner or a leisurely evening drink with nibbles. The bar offers a selection of bespoke cocktails, like the Sea Salt Chilli Margarita and the White Peach and Thyme Caipiroska, made with fresh, seasonal fruits and herbs and a selection of over 70 wine labels.
Emporium - Latin for 'place with variety' - is a nightlife destination, offering a bar, restaurant and rooftop. It's the latest watering hole for the discerning, and the sexiest addition to the bustling row of bars and restaurants along the Ann Siang area.
Sink into its lush sofas, and bask in the atmosphere of its unique Suzy Wong-meets-contemporary decor, while Chinese-styled lanterns aglow change colours to reflect the mood of the night. At its surreal black-and-white bar, sip cocktails lovingly made by its veteran bartender, catch up with your friends - or watch live sports matches, or lounge on the verandah outdoors as you listen to funky tunes and watch the world go by. Emporium's restaurant on its second floor provides an intimate dining experience, serving the freshest modern cuisine in a decadent setting, with a grand piano as its aesthetic masterpiece. It's the perfect venue for a romantic dinner, or for a dinner party for you and your friends.
Currently in the works is its rooftop bar, where you can soon catch the breathtaking skyline from the comfort of its rooftop bar on the third floor. You can get a bird's eye view of the business district juxtaposed with stunning architecture of shophouses from early 1900.
If you crave privacy, or for a special occasion there are VIP rooms. Emporium is also the perfect location for corporate functions, birthday parties, product launches, and private parties.
Ying Yang is an eclectic crossover between a rooftop lounge and an intimate club. Reflecting balance and contrast through a relaxed and loungey vibe as the sun sets, and a livelier pre-party spot after, let this be your next preferred rooftop bar destination.
Situated at the new boutique hotel The Club. Be it in the small details or bold statement furnishings, the story of Singapore's colonial beginnings and chinatown's colourful past is told in a tongue-in-cheek tone from lobby to room. The Club offers the modern, discerning traveller a respite from the obvious and overstated and especially appeals to those who truly wish to experience and appreciate the city they're in.
Don Quijote is the chivalric main character in a fictional Spanish novel titled "El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha", translated as "The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha". In episodic fashion, the novel narrates the exploits of Don Quijote who, obsessed with tales of chivalry, roves the lands in search of adventure. Accompanied by his skinny horse Rocinante and his sidekick Sancho Panza, he asks to be bestowed knighthood by an innkeeper that he thinks is the lord of a castle and battles wind mills that he believes to be ferocious giants.
Not surprisingly, Don Quijote becomes the subject of many cruel jokes. The novel eventually ended with him regaining his full sanity and renouncing all chivalry. Recognised as one of the world's best works of fiction, the novel went on to inspire many artists in the musical, literary and filmmaking fields.
Today, Don Quijote is the name of an authentic Spanish restaurant with branches in Macao and Singapore. Famed for our critically acclaimed tapas and traditionally made Spanish fare like the Paella Valencia, Don Quijote offers an extensive Spanish menu including over twenty five tapas, savoury soups, fresh seafood and salads, delectable pastas and very succulent meats.
Only the freshest ingredients are used in making
each and every one of our dishes where you'll be left wanting nothing
more. Complete your gastronomic adventure with selected choice wines, a
bar that pours the best cocktails and Sangria that's absolutely divine.
Don Quijote's contemporary and friendly setting appeals to one and all
and combined with fine Spanish fare, you'll be set for truly indulgent
Situated at 282 metres above sea level on Singapore's tallest building, making it the island's highest point, 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar is the highest rooftop bar in the world, bringing together a refreshing mix of the lush, laid-back vibe of a Moroccan night with the sophisticated chic ambience of a Manhattan loft. Able to host 200 guests, the 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar is furnished with lazy day beds and comfortable cosy corners calling out for guests to recline and chill out over an extensive wine and cocktails menu, accompanied by smooth grooves and laidback beats played by resident and guest DJs as guests soak in the informal yet chic and sophisticated setup.
As the 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar is the place for drinks or nibbles before or after dinner, the menu will be tapas and global-inspired with at least 50 ferings that range from the 1-Altitude Mini Bratwurst and Chicken Sausage Hot Dogs, Homemade Hummus and Wood-Fired Eggplant Dip and Smoked Tomato Salsa to freshly shucked oysters, taking al fresco dining to new heights.
In early August guests can also savour the popular 7 Desirable Sins Cocktails, a range of cocktails that use the highest quality, freshest and unusual ingredient and garnishes sans preservatives. Exotic fruits such as dragon fruit, blood orange and other seasonal fruits usually eaten as desserts are now found inside drinks such as Dragon's Breath. This fiery-red cocktail is a heady concoction of spiced rum, dragon fruit, Frangelico hazelnut, vanilla and coconut cream. Guaranteed to be a hit with the ladies for its vibrant hue and robust taste, it is akin to an exotic fruit milkshake - but for adults to sip at dusk on a balmy Friday evening as they watch the sun set over the financial district.
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.
The stunning Fullerton Bay Hotel has introduced another gem to its crown with the Lantern, designed by Andre Fu, currently Hong Kong's hottest designer. Lantern will be serving stylish nibbles, interesting snacks and tasty grilled meats alongside a selection of cocktails created by its resident mixologist.
Lantern is a stylish rooftop bar, surrounding the hotel's 25m rooftop swimming pool, where guests can relax and unwind whilst watching the world go by with 360 degrees views of the Marina Bay waterfront and famous Singapore skyline. This urban oasis offers the best sunset views in the city and is the perfect location for a tete-a-tete or cocktail party.
Verve Bar & Bistro has become the latest place to chill and the best reason yet to check out the hidden delights of Gillman Village.
Verves home is the old "Regal Cinema". Once a hang-out for British Officers it has been nicely converted to offer stylish air conditioned and alfresco dining, set amongst the original greenery and secluded outlook that sets Verve apart from many other Bistros in town.
Verve is about doing simple things right. It is unpretentious, easy going and relaxed; and yet has a unique style, and flair that is well suited for those looking for somewhere a little special thats off the beaten track.
By day, Verve is a spacious clean fresh looking bistro that offers great value lunch deals for executives from the local technology park. At night however Verve transforms into a unique stylish setting with an exclusive cocktail bar (try their Appletini, it's the BEST!) and a candle-lit deck thats perfect for quiet romantic diners and private parties.