Peculiar creations include the Chilli Crab Cocktail, a gin-based tipple with a spicy punch from chilli crab paste and kaffir lime leaves, and the Teh Tradition, served warm with a strong herbal aroma. If a late-night tea party floats your boat, order a round of their scrummy, old-fashioned desserts that even your gran would approve of.
While the menu changes quarterly to keep things fresh, their Asian-inspired signatures like Mr Bean — tau huay sweet soybean pudding , butterscotch liqueur, kaya , frangelico and vodka — are foolproof favourites. To line your stomach, their artful bar snack menu includes Rangers valley Wagyu beef cubes and satisfying deboned chicken wings. Find juicy yakitori skewers grilling on the first floor and a creative workspace on the third. The Pit 21 Lorong Liput 6468 3468 This casual, airy bar serves up excellent beers from Archipelago Brewery and addictive American nosh like buffalo wings choose from four different flavours and jalapeno poppers.
Powerhouse is a 10,000 sq ft dance club that caters to fun-loving types, while Movida is a cosy world music bar that juxtaposes a minimalist feel with vibrant salsa music, African beats and salsa dancers. If you want to skip the 007 experience, enter via Uma Uma Ramen restaurant just above on the ground floor.
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Like what you've seen? On the ground floor, Three Buns Kitchen offers laid-back roadside seats, gourmet burgers and bottled cocktails. Having won the Singapore Tourism Board's STB "Nightspot of the Year" award for the seventh time in 2008, it remains a staple of the local clubbing scene.
For a full speed trip to tipsy town, down the Tanjong Fly — vodka, lychee, dry curacao, fresh lime and pineapple juices, grenadine and bitters. The menu is divided into Old Fashioned, Forgotten Classics and Modern twists, urging guests to try familiar tipples in lesser-seen forms.
Gem Bar 10 Ann Siang Hill 6423 9562 On weekends, the fuss-free bar has tables spilling out onto the roadside, crammed with folks nursing beers, wines and strong cocktails. Kids test cupcakes! Besides the usual suspects, they have a decent list of Champers and cocktails.
Spanish-influenced bites like seafood paella and beef tenderloin salpicado cubes make up the bulk of the bar grub.
Popular options include the Arab Street, which is brimming with Middle Eastern flavours, and the Fortune Kaya Flip, a creamy sip of rum, pandan and an egg for body. With over 16 years of experience both in the kitchen and behind the bar, Nakashima likes using peculiar ingredients like blue cheese to give his drinks an unexpected gourmet twist.
Music runs the gamut from funk to Top 40s hits.
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