offtrack review singapore

Groovy Off-Kilter nights at Offtrack, the bar of quirky Tunes, Tipples & Treats

Hypnotic rhythms seep through your pores, and you start feeling an unexplainable excitement flood through your veins, compelling your body to sway, intoxicatingly, and your head to be set into an undulating choreography. You’d just been there 10 minutes but you can already feel the euphoria slowly taking over as Offtrack’s entrancing playlist caresses your auditory senses.

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Revel in LUMO Bar & Restaurant’s Exquisite Japanese Scandinavian Atmosphere

There’s an enigmatic restaurant settled right in the corner unit of the junction connecting Carpenter Street and South Bridge Road. One affixed with tall glass panes but also paradoxically enshrouded within pale white drapes, providing little clues besides a sleekly stylised “LUMO” stencil on the windows.

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Oche’s newest Singapore branch is a dart Bar Experience like no other

The dart flew true, whistles of wind brushing its feather before its nose dug its way into the embrace of the red central ring. Bullseye. A second flew, less centralised, but somehow squeezing its way into the thin demarcation between the two ends of number twelve. That’s how our night at Oche started. Continue reading “Oche”

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Simple Minimalism and Dainty Cakes Make Pomme one of Singapore’s Chicest new Cafes

Boat Quay is a rather curious place that is bustling with lunch hour spots and after-work drink spots but the cafe ecosystem here is rather weak, as cafes come and go fleetingly — even the local sandwich titans had some trouble with keeping their Cubano shop Onda afloat for long. Though a few cafes have seemingly taken root in the area, one of the promising ones is the new Pomme.

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Flavourful Mee Goreng & Authentic Indonesian Classics at Fangko Coffee

Looking for the heartiest Indonesian flavours that would make even a native sweat from the heat? Then Fangko Coffee at Clarke Quay is the perfect place for you — they have spice levels that go from a harmless level 1 to tongue-searing 12. Continue reading “Fangko Coffee”

amo review singapore

Pizza lovers shouldn’t sleep on Amo’s stunning creations 

Amo was conceived by Beppe De Vito, owner of the Il Lido Group and Michelin-starred chef at Braci, in 2017. The chic, dimly-lit Italian joint sits along Hong Kong Street and has earned a reputation for its stunning doughy creations. 

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