Clink glasses at these great bars in Singapore that offer free-flow alcohol without burning a hole in your pocket.
Drinking in Singapore isn’t cheap, which is why we’re constantly on the hunt for awesome happy hour deals, ladies’ night specials, and all-you-can-drink Sunday brunches for a tiny fee. If you’re looking for bottomless booze after a long, hard week, hit up these cool bars and restaurants in Singapore and toast to a night of free-flow alcohol.
Where to go for free-flow alcohol in Singapore
1. Madame Fan
Madame Fan doles out some exquisite Cantonese delights like braised Taiwan noodles, lobster poached rice and tender salt-baked spring chicken. But what we love most about it? The fabulous dim sum brunch ($88) on weekends and public holidays. Top up an additional $55 for free-flow cocktails like the Sichuan margarita and Smoking Lavender.
Madame Fan, The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189764
2. Jekyll & Hyde
There’s no way you haven’t heard of Jekyll & Hyde. This beloved bar along Neil Road serves delicious mod-Sin bites and whimsical cocktails. Swing by on the weekends between 11.30am and 3.30pm for its Insanity Brunch – a two-hour long dining experience at $88 that offers free-flow prosecco, beer, red and white wine.
Jekyll & Hyde, 74 Neil Road, Singapore 088839
3. Publico Ristorante
Experience a slice of Italy at Publico Ristorante. We can’t get enough of this tropical paradise that offers an array of hand-crafted pizza, pasta and cocktails. Plus, you’ll only hear good things about its decadent weekend brunches starting from $80 that take place from Fridays to Sundays. And yes, it comes with free-flow bubbly – think prosecco, rose, beer, and red and white wine.
Publico Ristorante, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
Touted as one of the city’s longest champagne brunches (four hours, to be exact), Edge’s Theatrical Sunday Champagne Brunch sesh (12pm to 3pm) is priced at $108, which includes free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne and other alcoholic bevvies ($208 for unlimited Veuve Clicquot Rosé champagne). Food highlights include red crawfish, smoked pork belly shoyu somen, and blue river prawns. Pace yourselves!
Edge, Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
On our radar right now is Conrad Centennial Singapore’s buffet menu at Oscar’s. For just $82, you’ll get treated to a jaw-dropping spread of uniquely local options ranging from chilli crab with mantou to sambal tumis sotong bakar to a live donburi station. Add on an additional $45 to $75 for unlimited alcoholic beverages like wine, draft beer, soju, champagne and sparkling rosé.
Oscar’s, 2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982
This glamorous bar doesn’t allow children for its adults-only Sunday cocktail brunch (peace!). With that, you get free-flow craft cocktails, beers and wines, together with a scrumptious buffet spread. Think smoked foie gras, oysters and seafood, and cheese stations at $150. Have a nasty hangover? Look out for the impressive Bloody Mary cart that has a vast selection of hot sauces including Sriracha chilli and Ghost Pepper.
Manhattan, Level 2, Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
7. The Kitchen Table
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove is no stranger to the extravagant and much-loved ritual of champagne brunch. Fizz flows like water at its Sunday Brunchscape, priced at $128. Service is swift and, once filled, don’t expect to see the bottom of your glass for the remainder of the brunch (not that we’re complaining!). For an additional 60 smackers, you can add free-flow Moët & Chandon Brut champagne and house wines to the equation.
The Kitchen Table, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374
Bottoms up! We’re looking forward to unforgettable nights with friends and free-flow alcohol in Singapore.