Thirsty Go Where continues…
(Photo credit from Ku De Ta Website.)
With Ku De Ta. I kept forgetting how to pronounce so my friend taught me to remember it as “Cool Data.” We four went up there and it was packed on a weekday night. Packed with angmohs and expats. It was so crowded and hot that there was no ambience to speak off, and the night scene wasn’t quite as spectacular as one would have thought.
We couldn’t get a standing table, the waiter refused to find us one. He informed us, with his nose up in the air, that to get a low table with comfy seats, we need to spend $1,500. He dashed off immediately, without waiting for a response. Perhaps he was busy.
There was a group of middle-age businessmen sitting at a low table with a young Chinese scantily-clad girl. Hookerlily would have just sat down with them–the young girl can’t handle so many–but the rest of us were utterly disgusted by the sight we left for the hotel bar, Rise, and would never go to Ku De Ta again, not even for the restaurant food. Disappointing.
ThirstyGoWhere? Not Ku De Ta. You’ll die of thirst first.
Ku De Ta
Marina Bay Sands North Tower
1 Bayfront Ave
12noon till late
T: 6688 7688
Rating: 1.774/5 stars