5 unique drinking spots in Singapore to go with your colleagues after work

By November 23, 2018Food, Local Life
Nutmeg & Clove, unique bar in Singapore

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We all love a good night out at the end of a long work day and if you are looking for a spot to impress your colleagues or simply celebrate the end of yet another week, here are five of our favourite to check out.

1. Fish Pool

Did you know you can watch mermaids perform while you drink in Singapore? Equipped with an Olympic-depth diving pool, you can get up close and personal with mermaids and synchronised swimmers at Fish Pool, a glamorous raw bar at The NCO Club. Enjoy the performances as you sip on champagne and enjoy a range of caviar, oyster and canapes.

Address: 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189761
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 5pm – 12am

2. Kult Kafe
Kult Kafe, unique bar in Singaporevia

Set in an old colonial house atop Emily Hill, this bar is a design studio and art gallery where you can enjoy street art alongside refreshing cocktails. Try their bespoke cocktails with local flavours such as the Kult Julep, which features rum with kaffir lime leaves, lime juice and homemade gula melaka. Kult Kafe also often hosts events like film screenings and pop-up beer events.

Address: 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120
Opening Hours: Wed – Fri: 5pm – 12am, Sat – Sun: 3pm – 12am

3. Tippling Club

If you’ve ever been to Tippling Club, you know that it’s no ordinary bar. You can expect nothing less than a true mixological experience. Instead of browsing through the usual menu, you will be presented with a candy bag with 12 edible gummy bears. Each gummy bear is infused with unique flavours and named after a specific dream or desire. This one-of-a-kind drinking experience is LIT.

Address: 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088461
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 12pm – 12am

4. Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall

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Amidst all the touristy spots along Boat Quay, there’s a no-frills speakeasy bar tucked away on the second level. Blink and you will miss the Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall sign board. Don’t let the simplicity of this bar drive you away. Ah Sam serves up some of the best handcrafted cocktails and local bar bites. Brace yourself for a Laksa Cocktail or Chendol martini and enjoy it alongside some har cheong kai, ngoh hiang or fried kway teow.

Address: 60A Boat Quay, Singapore 049848
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 6pm – 12am, Fri – Sat: 6pm – 2am

5. Nutmeg & Clove
Nutmeg & Clove, unique bar in Singaporevia

Located on the ground floor of a Cantonese clan association in the heritage enclave of Ann Siang Hill, Nutmeg & Clove pays tribute to the its surroundings with old Chinese decor and cocktails inspired by Singaporean flavours. You can expect traditional herbs and ingredients such as Chinese hawthorne and red dates, which are best paired with their local bites such as har cheong kai, salted egg chicken and their signature nutmeg and clove-flavoured pancakes with bak kwa, maple syrup and spiced cream cheese.

Address: 10a Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069878
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs, Sat: 6pm-1am, Fri: 6pm-2am

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