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Ku-Kai Izakaya pAirs Unique Seaside Serenity with Decent Japanese Grub

In the far-flung North of Singapore, there stands a lone cottage by the seaside. A quaint spot where crowds are graced by the gently subsiding fizzle of waves, by wafts of brackish sea breeze, and enshrouded by a meek glow from festooned lines of fairy lights — this is Ku-Kai Izakaya, a unique Japanese bar that provides a seaside setting that distinguishes it from the competition. Continue reading “Ku-Kai Izakaya”

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Whitegrass & Hvala’s Lovechild Boyutei is Undoubtedly chic but Falls Disappointingly Flat

There’s no mistaking that the Hvala brand name holds a lot of sway over the Singapore cafe scene — as one of the go-to’s for Japanese treats, all their branches are often packed to the brim. Still, setting up their new concept Boyutei with a Michelin-starred restaurant? Unexpected.

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Heart of Darkness Marks Third anniversary of Its Craft Beer in Singapore With a New Menu

There’s something many bars love to boast about: “we have pints colder than your ex’s heart.” So it’s only fitting that Heart of Darkness at Keong Saik is a bar that provides exactly what its name alludes to — cold, fresh beer straight from the tap
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Yeast side Farrer Park is a day drinker’s dream with Sourdough Pizza & $10 Happy Hour Pints

Having been a regular at Yeast Side’s quaint hideout at King Albert Park, it was exciting to step into the spanking new Farrer Park outlet for the first time. This new space is as lively, unpretentious, and inviting — a trademark of the cafe, which also doubles as a craft beer bar.

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Negroni Week 2022 comes with 10 Refined Negroni Riffs to mark its 10th anniversary in Singapore

To many, the Negroni is one of the most iconic drinks to have graced the bar industry, regularly mentioned in the same breath as titans such as the Old Fashioned and Martini. Fittingly, we celebrate the tipple every year with a lively affair, the Negroni Week, which returns for its 10th instalment in 2022.
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Exploring Zero-Waste Cocktails on a Flor De Cana Bar Crawl in Singapore

“Sustainability” is a concept that has left the bar scene rather divided on its feasibility. Some think sustainability is a hollow buzzword meant for virtue signalling, others think it’s a practice that educates on the paramount rituals of cutting down on waste.
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Chaos Ensues with Tezarekt’s Random Cocktail Generator at JU95 Izakaya

Sometimes, drinking doesn’t need to come with all the ornate embellishments and finesse that comes with bars that rank among the World’s 50 Best. Our best nights are those where memories are hazy and tequila shots are muddled into our bloodstream.
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Juice’s Intimate Loft Hosts Singapore’s Best Casual, Unpretentious Wine Bar Experience

You feel like you’re at a house party. The vivid tint of technicolour lights, the communal table where strangers strike up rapports across invisible dividers between their seats, the small, cosy balcony lushly populated with greens and rattan — JUICE is a wine bar that feels wonderfully homely. Continue reading “JUICE”

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Smoky Japanese Grill Retreat at Guriru, Teppei’s new Poolside Concept

Singapore has a longstanding romance with scenic dining. Photogenic al fresco hideouts command a lot of popularity, as sumptuous views of the skyline and the sea draw in crowds looking to bask in beauty. Newcomer Guriru however, provides a different kind of scenic ambience.

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Live Twice is a Chic Bar with Dreamy Japanese Vibes, Sandos & Elegant Tipples

A narrow pathway led inward. Slightly cramped and dimly lit. Four steps in, eyes get arrested by glimpses of a soft tangerine glow spilling in from the right. Dignified wooden counters rest slightly above the waist, bathing in a warmth wafted by gentle overhanging lights. You’ve arrived at Live Twice. Continue reading “Live Twice”