The food at Tapasta is exceptional.
Kakurega (The Lair) at Chinatown is a new hideout for Japanese sake and yakitori lovers.
George Town Tze Char & Craft Beer, Boat Quay: Affordable Tze Char and Rojak Gin with a Spectacular View
George Town Tze Char & Craft Beer at Boat Quay – an enjoyable, affordable cze char place by the river.
Cicada serves Modern Asian cuisine.
Coyote Ugly Saloon at Clarke Quay is the 27th outlet of the bar which inspired the cult movie of the same name.
Route 65 at Suntec serves hearty meats for carnivores and people on Keto or low-carbs diets.
Ikki Izakaya, Metropolis @ Buona Vista: Not Authentic Japanese but Hella Great Experience with Live Band
Ikki Izakaya, Metropolis @ Buona Vista is unexpectedly good in all areas: food, service, ambience, pricing, they got it down.
New kid in the hip Duxton neighbourhood, HE Bistro & Bar (pronounced as 喝, as in lim jiu) serves original playful Singaporean fusion cuisine and fun cocktails in a contemporary setting.
Formerly known as Grains and Hops, Komyuniti at YOTEL Singapore is a co-working space that allows you to get drunk and fat.
Ash & Char at Telok Ayer recently updated their menu to incorporate different flavours from around the world that are familiar to Singaporeans. Perhaps the new tapas menu at night can be likened to Westernized “cze char” with a fancy interior.