The 6,000 square feet space features a club next to a cocktail bar, Hairy Canary. It is the brainchild of four local entrepreneurs with an established portfolio that includes Ultra Singapore, Mink, Filter and one Michelin-starred The Kitchen at Bacchanalia. In a press statement, the owners said the club’s concept was inspired by the phrase “birds of a feather flock together”.
Amrith applies the flavours of local favourites like Katong laksa, ice kachang and more to cocktails. This forms but one fraction of the innovative and universal menu, designed for cocktail lovers of every persuasion.
We are familiar with aperitivo culture in Singapore, given the collective love for negronis and gin and tonics, but a wholly Italian bar is something we haven’t seen until Marcello arrived. Bar Manager Cristiano Beretta looks to his Italian heritage to create cocktails with a flair as unmistakable as the nation’s flag.
Ma Cuisine scores with its homely French cuisine and fine wines. It offers customers wine options that parallel some of the most upscale wine bars in Singapore, without succumbing to any of the frills and snobbery that plague the latter destinations.
This swish institution is a mecca for fans of fine champagnes and whiskies. Saint-Louise House is a stunning lounge that exudes lavishness, and it’s certainly the place to be if you’ve got your knowledge of the finest spirits in life down pat.
Fancy enjoying a drink in a romantic teepee at one of Singapore’s highest bars? Then a visit to Mr Stork is due. Located on the 39th floor of Andaz Singapore, this insta-worthy hotel bar features cosy huts designed by Andre Fu, and a bird’s-eye view of the cityscape, from Bugis to beyond.
Elixir Bar has brought in a new head bartender, Vladyslav Buzko, and rebranded its menu with an apt alchemy concept. It is all about showmanship with Buzko’s cocktail list, which features boozy “elixirs” inspired by ancient mythology.