WHERE TO DRINK: 5 Of The Best New Bars In Singapore For November 2017
Where to go, and most importantly, what to drink when you get there. Here are five of the best new bars in Singapore for November 2017.
If you like your cocktails with a side of exclusivity, then Junior is the bar for you. First and foremost, finding Junior is a feat in itself with a hidden door just off Cook street and a concealed entrance that takes you through Crackerjack restaurant. Once inside, there are just ten seats making drinking their a truly personal experience, and once you see the menu, you can understand why. The bar focuses on experimental cocktails using rare ingredients and if you're hungry, their small but delicious menu is sure to impress.
If you find the prices at the two Michelin-starred Waku Ghin restaurant a bit too eye watering, now you can try their flagship bar instead. Working on a casual walk in basis, this stylish little bar offers everything from wine, champagne, hand-crafted cocktails to even Chef Tetsuya's very own sake, sojiman Junmai Daiginjo M, produced exclusively for Waku Ghin.
If you are looking for a quick, easy and relaxed after-work drink, then Hustle is the place for you. Located on Craig Road, this chilled little bar has 12 unique beers on tap, as well as a small but delicious food menu and artisan coffees.
If you work near Tanjong Pagar, chances are you will have been to Tiki Bar's daytime offering Aloha Poke for a healthy food fix. Well now, come evening, it transforms into a fun-filled Hawaiian bar serving delicious rum-based cocktails and giving everyone that Tiki fever.
Bar Rouge is just that, a red neon lit bar that gives off a distinct sci-fi meets techno vibe with a healthy dose of luxury. And the lighting isn't the only unique thing about this quirky little bar, you can expect light shows, cabaret dancers hanging from cages and tunes from some of the region's finest DJ's. Talk about an evening with a difference.