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Think of shopping in Singapore, and it is likely that you will find yourself along Orchard Road, Singapore’s most iconic shopping street. Here in these sprawling malls, you can find nearly everything you need (or want), from the latest beauty products, to up and coming fashion must-buys, and books to keep you entertained on your daily commutes. But if you think Orchard Road is just about the shopping, you can’t be more wrong. In fact, some of the best cafes can be found right smack along this stretch – besides, brunch and shopping is one of the most perfect combinations, no?
These travel-inspired brunches are nothing short of delicious, and judging by how there’s almost always a queue during brunch time, everyone else seems to agree. Our favourites include the Spanish (pictured above), a dish of diced chorizo, Corned beef and potatoes with poached eggs on signature brioche, and the Brittany which comprises Panettone French Toast with baby bananas, salted caramel mascarpone, toffee’d hazelnuts and salted caramel sauce. Check out the Scotts Square outlet which is spacious and brightly-lit, and you can choose to dine in air-conditioned comfort or enjoy a breezy morning on the balcony area.
Wild Honey, locations at Scotts Square and Mandarin Gallery.
PS.Cafe Palais Renaissance
There’s no denying: we are big fans of the PS.Cafe brand. There’s great food, the decor in each outlet is unique and on-point, and the dining experience is fantastic. If you’re in town, opt for brunch at PS.Cafe Palais Renaissance, an iconic dining destination complete with high ceilings, classic decor, an outdoor eating area, and plenty of natural light for your perfect Instagram shot.
PS.Cafe Palais Renaissance, 390 Orchard Road, #02-09A, Singapore 238871. Open 11.30am to 12am (Monday to Thursday), 11.30am to 1am (Friday and Eve of PH), 9.30am to 1am (Saturday), and 9.30am to 12am (Sunday and PH).
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Tucked away in the Tanglin Post Office building, this bistro is located at the edge of Orchard Road and may be an extra bus ride from the MRT station, but it’s definitely worth the extra journey for the food. The atmosphere is casual and good for group gatherings, and the menu is extensive, comprising all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner options alongside desserts and drinks. Egg-lovers can indulge in a long list of egg dishes, but if you’re staying past 11am, we recommend the chilli crab pasta that certainly delivers that spicy kick.
Happy Hour: A daily happy hour from 9 am to 9pm, order house pours wines at $10 a glass, prosecco or rosé at $12 a glass and select draught beers are one-for-one. Ladies get complimentary free-flow prosecco and rosé for two whole hours for dinner every Wednesday and Thursdays provided you spend $35 on food and drinks.
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar, 56 Tanglin Road, #01-03 Tanglin Post Office. Open 8am to 10pm (Tuesday to Thursday, and Sunday), 8am to 11pm (Friday and Saturday).
The Coffee Academics
As their name suggests, these people sure know their coffee and it’s no wonder we keep going back for more. There’s the classics, the hand-crafted cold brew and nitro, and the signatures menu which includes our beloved Okinawa and Manuka – coffee with Okinawan brown cane sugar and honey respectively. All day dining and desserts are also available if you want to pair your coffee with some delicious grub.
The Coffee Academics, various locations at Scotts Square and Raffles City.
This traditional Japanese cafe serves plenty of Japanese and Western fusion dishes, meant to satisfy everything from your brunch to dinner cravings. Grab a Hokkaido Ogura Toast if you’re feeling like something sweet, or down a hearty Japanese Neapolitan for a taste of classic fusion. Their specialty coffees are made with high-quality Brazilian Cerrado beans that produce a low-acidity and balanced taste. Drip coffees are available for purchase in-store.
Psst: Early luncher? Well, Watanabe Coffee at Shaw House usually runs a lunch promo serving dishes like omg rice, pork katsu curry and more at $10++ from 11am to 1pm.
Watanabe Coffee, 350 Orchard Road Shaw House, #01-01 Isetan Scotts, Singapore 238868. Open 8am to 10pm (Sunday to Thursday), 8am to 11pm (Friday, Saturday, eve of Public Holiday).
Tarte by Cheryl Koh
If you’re a fan of desserts like we are, this name will be a very familiar one. For quite some time, they were operating mainly as a take-away store serving artisanal tarts and confectionaries, but recently they’ve expanded their space to include a cosy dining area where you can quietly enjoy their famous tarts with some coffee or tea. Check out their seasonal offerings for a surprise each time you visit!
Tarte by Cheryl Koh, 1 Scotts Road #02-12 Shaw Centre. Open 10am to 10pm daily.
Plain Vanilla Bakery at In Good Company
Tucked away at In Good Company is a small and cosy Plain Vanilla cafe space, where you can indulge in their signature bakes and cupcakes alongside a selection of coffee and teas. The design is chic and bright, and its hidden location means you get to enjoy your break in between all that shopping rush.
Plain Vanilla Bakery at In Good Company, 2 Orchard Turn #B1-06, Singapore 238801. Open 11am to 7pm (Monday to Thursday), 10am to 7.30pm (Friday to Sunday and Public Holidays). p. 8299 9422.
Patties and Wiches
This cafe channels modern Japanese vibes, and the kitchen whips up premium American burgers, sandwiches and salads, alongside delectable Japanese desserts produced by famed Chef Yamashita. If you’re not feeling too hungry, it’s a great place to grab a sandwich and rest your feet before resuming your shopping activities.
Patties and Wiches, 391 Orchard Road, #03-10A Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore 238872. Open 9.30am to 9.30pm.
D’Good Cafe at Takashimaya
You’re probably familiar with the iconic D’Good Cafe in Holland Village, with the rustic floral decor and indoor swings. Its second outpost at Takashimaya takes on a vastly different look, mainly inspired by the iconic London Underground. Stop by for a cake and coffee break, or go for their delicious D’Lobster Roll if you’re seeking something more filling.
Lunch: d’Good Cafe at Takashimaya S.C does a two-course set meal with a starter, main and a drink for $20.
D’Good Cafe at Takashimaya, 391 Orchard Road, #B1-56 Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore 238872. Open 10am to 10pm.
DC Super Heroes Cafe at Takashimaya
Superhero and comic book fans, here’s your cafe. First launched in Singapore in 2015, this second outlet at Takashimaya is similarly buzzing with activity. There’s an extensive selection of food items, ranging from light bites and superhero-themed desserts, to dome wood oven pizzas, charcoal grilled meat, and interestingly named pastas such as Martha Kent’s Homely Beef Bolognaise, King of Atlantis Crab Leg Aglio Olio and Queen Mera’s Tiger Prawn Carbonara.
DC Super Heroes Cafe at Takashimaya, 391A Orchard Road, #02-13 Ngee Ann City. Open 10 am to 10 pm daily.
Paris Baguette Cafe
You’re likely to be spoilt for choice here, with plenty of fresh breads and pastries to choose. Ever since this Korean cafe and bakery chain has made its way to Singapore, it has gained quite a following which only continues to grow. Grab a seat and sip on some coffee with your bread, or choose from their selection of brunch dishes including cheese egg benedict and French toast. For dessert, try their royal pudding which is just the right amount of silky sweetness.
Paris Baguette, #02-02/03 Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Road. Open 10am to 10pm daily.
Specialising in Kyoto-style cold drip and siphon coffee, Kotobuki is a great place to grab your coffee from. Fans of the aesthetics will find themselves enamoured by the intricate latte art, such as blossoming sakuras on their sakura matcha lattes. The colourful yoghurt smoothies are a healthy option on the menu, which also boasts a selection of Japanese-inspired western cuisine.
Kotobuki Coffee, #01-18C Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Road. Open 12pm to 10pm (Monday to Thursday, Sunday), and 12pm to 10.30pm (Friday and Saturday).
Cafe and Meal Muji
Cafe and Meal Muji is an extension of the minimalist concept, keeping things clean and homely. Food is ordered at the counter as single dishes or pairings with rice. Seasonal ingredients are used to ensure freshness of the items, and don’t forget to end your meal with a side of dessert.
Cafe and Meal Muji, various locations at Paragon, Plaza Singapura, Raffles City.
Baker’s Brew Cafe
You can head over to their website if you wish to order some artisanal bakes, but now, they also have a baking studio and cafe set up at Paragon. Sign up for baking lessons and get started on your path to baking greatness, or you can opt for some savoury dishes or sweet treats to indulge in as you while your afternoons away. Cake flavours on the menu include the signature ondeh ondeh, a refreshing lychee mango, and a fluffy Dual Fromage featuring chilled mascarpone mousse on a creamy baked cheesecake.
Baker’s Brew Cafe, #05-46 Paragon, Singapore 238859. Open 11am to 9pm (Monday to Friday), and 10.30am to 9pm (Saturday and Sunday).
Antoinette Mandarin Gallery
As a quintessentially Parisian patisserie, the pastries here are absolutely stunning, both visually and in taste. Some of our personal favourites include Le Royale, a dark chocolate mousse with almond meringue, hazelnut almond feuilletine, chocolate genoise and dark rum, and the traditional Japanese shortcake, which is served sweet and light. The furniture and decor at the Mandarin Gallery branch are beautifully intricate and in such comfort, you just might find yourself whiling an entire afternoon away here.
Antoinette Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, #02-33/34 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897. Open 11am to 10pm daily.
The Providore Mandarin Gallery
Looking for a quick coffee stop? Check out The Providore at Mandarin Gallery, where you can find a range of coffees and edibles to munch on. There’s even a retail Deli where you can stock up on some cheese, charcuterie and gourmet items, and a dedicated bread corner for you to take away delicious homemade breads and pastries.
The Providore Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, #02-05 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897. Open 9am to 11pm daily.
Tsujiri at The Centrepoint
If soft serves and parfaits are what you need on a sweltering day, Tsujiri has them all, plus other magnificent Matcha desserts and drinks including ice blended teas, shaved ice desserts, and delicious floats. This popular Japanese chain was established in Uji, Kyoto, where you can find some of the best green teas around, and we’re certain you’ll be more than pleased with what they have to offer here.
Tsujiri at The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road #01-101 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843. Open 11am to 10pm daily.
If you’re a fan of Korean dramas, you’re sure to recognise this familiar name that has appeared in various popular shows. The drink selection is extensive, going beyond traditional coffees to offer unique concoctions such as sweet potato latte, caramel mocha smoothies, and warm teas to soothe your hectic day. Pair your drink with a lovely piece of cake and be prepared to get comfortable at their cosy Centrepoint outlet.
Dal.Komm, 176 Orchard Road, #01-01/06 and #01-102/103 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843. Open 9.30am to 10pm daily.
Oriole Coffee + Bar
If you’re a fan of cold brew, Oriole is one place you def need to visit. Try one of their signature in-house cold brew coffees, which comes in black, with milk or with cold pressed nut milk made of macadamia, almonds and dates (they call it the M.A.D. milk). Brunch lovers will also be delighted with their all-day breakfast dishes and a wide selection of mains including an Oriole Truffle Burger, St. Louis Pork Ribs, and sweet treats such as the decadent chocolate fudge cake topped with French vanilla ice cream.
Happy Hours: draft beers, house wines, sangria and house pour spirits are at one for one from 3pm – 9pm every single day!
Oriole Coffee + Bar, locations at Pan Pacific Serviced Suites and Capitol Piazza.
Cafe de Paris
Hailing from Korea, this cafe is famous for its super Instagrammable Sweet Bonbons – just imagine a tall cup of sorbet overflowing with fresh fruits and non-dairy whip cream! We would recommend the mango cup, which makes a particularly refreshing treat and best shared in the company of friends. A selection of coffee and cakes is also available.
Cafe de Paris, 313 Orchard Road, #B1-37, Singapore 238895. Open 11am to 10pm (Monday to Thursday, Sunday), and 11am to 11pm (Friday and Saturday).
Late night owls, you need to take note of this Korean coffee chain, with opening hours as late as 3am or even 24 hours round the clock. Located on the ground floor of Orchard Gateway, this cafe offers plenty of coffee and casual fare including all-day breakfast and croissant specials. We say it’s the perfect spot for a quick catch-up with the pals!
Coffeesmith, 277 Orchard Road, #01-09/09A Orchard Gateway. Open 9am to 3am (Monday to Wednesday, Sunday), 9am to 12am (Thursday), 24 hours (Friday and Saturday).
If you’re in need of some vibrant pop of colours on your Instagram feed, here is where you will find your spot for an #ootd while satisfying your sugary cravings. True to its name, the menu features a selection of colourfully sweet treats, from rainbow cakes and waffles to an eye-catching colourful pasta dish!
Sugar Lips, #02-01 Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road. Open 11.30am to 10.30pm daily.
Looking for outstanding mille crepes? You can find them all at Lady M. Besides the signature and traditional flavours such as green tea and chocolate, you can also try their seasonal offerings or store exclusive tastes. Head to the Scotts Square outlet for some delicious (and pretty) rose mille crepes, try their earl grey mille crepes at South Beach, or get a window seat at the Orchard Central branch for some people-watching as you tuck into one of their seasonal delights (fancy any Sakura Berry mille crepes this March and April?) If you’re not a fan of mille crepes, Lady M also whips up some fantastic confectionaries including a rich Gateau au Chocolat and moist Red Velvet.
Lady M, locations at Orchard Central, Scotts Square, and South Beach.
Located at the basement of Orchard Central, Maccha House serves up plenty of unique Matcha desserts that will have you transported to Japan in a sec’. Have a go at their parfaits and traditional sweets, or check out the monthly dessert specials that are sure to wow you each time. Do keep an eye out for their special offerings, including some exclusive ramen dishes!
Maccha House, #B1-40 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, Singapore 238896. Open 11am to 10pm daily.
Stray by Fat Cat
This minimalist bistro is a venture by the famous Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar, and the food menu is distinctively Asian fusion: we’re talking Salmon Yusheng Bowls, Salted Egg Chicken Waffles and Short Rib Claypot Rice. Looking for some innovative desserts? The special Black & Gold will not disappoint with its unique combination of salted egg soft serve and signature charcoal waffles. Or you could try their refreshing Keep Popping Spheres, which comes in a set of three unique flavours, and end your meal with some colourful Acai goodness.
Stray by Fat Cat, #04-23 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, Singapore 238896. p. 6835 7317. Open 11am to 10pm daily.
Eggs n Things
The popular Waikiki-eatery has finally landed on our shores, dishing out quality all-day breakfast favourites and a Hawaiian dinner menu. We say go for the pancakes, which are extremely fluffy and come with a huge dollop of whipped cream to satisfy all your sweet cravings.
Eggs n Things, 68 Orchard Road, #03-79/83 Plaza Singapura. Open 10am to 10pm.
Nana’s Green Tea
This Japanese cafe serves up a fab selection of drinks and desserts. Matcha lovers, there’s a whole spread dedicated to matcha coffees and teas, or even slushies, which you can easily pair with something from their delightful food menu. Round up your meal with a traditional Japanese dessert, or indulge your sweet tooth with a tall and rich parfait, stuffed generously with ice cream and numerous toppings.
Nana’s Green Tea, The Atrium @ Orchard, #03-80/82 Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238891. Open 11am to 10pm.
As a tea room, its menu certainly is no let-down. You can find everything from fruit and gingers teas, to the more traditional Chinese and Japanese teas, to special Dessert teas which are light, sweet and refreshing. There’s also all-day brunch dining available, featuring creatively named mains such as Aphrodite Crabcake Breakfast and Allegory of Love, a dish of chicken and waffles. Looking for something more? Get involved in some art jamming at the studio.
Arteastiq, locations at Mandarin Gallery and Plaza Singapura
The Assembly Ground
Regular patrons of The Cathay will not be unfamiliar with this hip cafe on the ground floor. Founded by the folks behind Benjamin Barker, it’s an extension of the B Store next door, which stocks a wide range of unique and fashionable items. But if you’re here for the food and coffee, you won’t be disappointed too. Special brunch items include a fusion Rendang Mac and Cheese, Rosti Benedict and a hearty Assembly Brunch to satisfy any roaring stomachs. They also serve some delish pastas – we suggest you go for the spicy beef fettucine or hae bee hiam aglio olio. Stopping by for a quick lunch? Look out for their set lunches.
The Assembly Ground, 2 Handy Road #01-21, Singapore 229233. Open 11am to 10pm (Monday to Friday), 10am to 10pm (Saturday and Sunday).
Plus Eight Two
As a Korean dessert cafe, the menu may be limited but it definitely remains a crowd-pleaser. The siltarae bingsu (in chocolate, matcha or banana) is fine and silky, and you won’t have to worry about munching on ice chunks. Popping by for brunch? Grab a toast and pair it with the colourful ice cube soda, or a more intense ice cube latte – although everything here, from the food to the minimalist interiors, will ensure you leave with more than a handful of Instagram-worthy photos.
Plus Eight Two, 9 Bras Basah Road, #01-02 Rendezvous Gallery. Open 11am to 11pm.
Kith at Winsland House
With eight locations dotting our sunny island, Kith is a ubiquitous presence in the cafe scene. At the Winsland House outlet, brunch is served till 5pm so you can easily get your fix of breakfast and eggs benny throughout the day. Don’t skip the specialty coffee, made with a unique Kith blend that is thick with underlying tones of fruits and cocoa.
Kith, 163 Penang Road, #01-01 Winsland House II, Singapore 238463. Open 7.30am to 10pm daily.
Opened by the good folks behind Strangers’ Reunion, you can be sure to get good coffee here at Curious Palette. In fact, just grab one of their famous bottled trio; you’ll get to savour chilled goodness in the flavours of Matcha, Sea Salt Chocolate, or the ever-popular White Magic. The cafe is also very conducive for brunch gatherings, with well-lit interiors and a menu that offers unique, delicious choices.
Curious Palette, 64 Prinsep Street, Singapore 188667. Open 9am to 10pm (Monday to Wednesday, Sunday), and 9am to midnight (Friday and Saturday).
Here’s where you can get great coffee paired with awesome waffles. Go for signature items such as the Red Velvet Stacked Waffles and Jalapeno Mac & Cheese Waffles, or you can be adventurous and try an Assam Crab Waffle inspired by Kedah Laksa.
Montana Singapore, 1 Selegie Road, #02-25 PoMo Singapore. Open 11am to 10pm (Monday to Thursday), 11am to 11pm (Friday), 9am to 11pm (Saturday), and 9am to 9.30pm (Sunday).
WHERE TO GET LUNCH
Oh, honey if it isn’t a shop, it’s probably a restaurant. Orchard is bursting at the seams with great places to eat – affordable to fancy. Besides, who doesn’t love having copious opinions and variety? We aren’t exaggerating but you could eat out on Orchard every day of the year and chances are you won’t hit them all. From Michelin-starred restaurants and luxurious spots to hole-in-the-wall eateries and hipster grub, there’s something for every mood, budget, whim and fancy.
Ayam Penyet Ria
Affordable and hella authentic, Far East Plaza’s Ayam Penyet Ria is on everyone’s Orchard Road ‘fave’ list. Especially famous for penyet (smashed) food, it perhaps serves some of the best Indonesian halal food on the island. If you haven’t already tried it, order the ayam penyet (smashed fried chicken) first and work your way down the menu. Oh and the sambal belacan is all kinds of spicy and goes with errythang… we love it!
Ayam Penyet Ria, Lucky Plaza 304 Orchard Road #01-45/46/47 #04-25/26/27 Singapore 238863; Far East Plaza 14 Scotts Road #05-22/23 Singapore 228213
Hop on a culinary adventure to the Philippines with Inasal at Lucky Plaza. Here you might just discover Singapore’s best chicken inasal (barbecued chicken) from Bacalod in the Philippines. Feeling adventurous? Try its rendition of the sisig – the pleasantly messy dish made with chopped pig’s head and liver served on a sizzling pan and cooked with calamansi and chilli peppers. Hell yes.
Inasal, #04-49/50/51 Lucky Plaza, 304 Orchard Road, Singapore 238863, p. 6733 2752. Open daily 10am-8.30pm.
For more Filipino restaurants at Lucky Plaza
This cosy bistro is a treasure trove of Nyonya cuisine. Helmed by renowned food connoisseur Violet Oon, her eponymous and chic eatery celebrates Singapore’s rich cultural diversity. Don’t miss Nyonya staples like ayam buah keluak ayam and ngoh hiang. And leave room for dessert – the durian cendol pannacotta is to-die-for. Apart from lunch and dinner, the flagship at Ion Orchard also does breakfast, high-tea and cocktails.
Violet Oon, Ion Orchard #03-28/29 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
Craving a big fat burger? Omakase Burger takes great pride in their burgers and rightly so. The signature Omakase Cheeseburger with its hand-ground smashed beef patty is a major crowd-pleaser. Get those taste buds ready for the top-secret sauce; it’s guaranteed to knock you off your feet.
Omakase Burger, Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Rd, #03-15, 238877
The Marmalade Pantry
Need comfort food? The Marmalade Pantry’s flagship at Ion Orchard has got you covered. On the menu are wholesome pasta, delicious cupcakes and desserts, great weekend brunches and tea accompaniments to fuel you on your shopping spree.
The Marmalade Pantry, 2 Orchard Turn, #04-11a ION Orchard, Singapore 238801
Lawry’s The Prime Rib
For the past 20 odd years, American dining establishment Lawry’s has been a meat eater’s haven. Its signature dish – the prime rib – is aged up to 28 days so it’s oh-so-tender, and packed with flavour. Fab food, old-world charm, grand chandelier and amazing tableside service (that little flourish as your spinning salad is served gets us every time), put this steakhouse on our list.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib, 333A Orchard Rd, #04-01 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Halcyon & Crane
From the good people that gave us Birds of a Feather and 51 Soho, Halcyon & Crane is a cafe and bar with a penchant for blending Eat and West with Sichuan flavours that you won’t see coming. Named after two birds, its menu includes coffees, healthy brekkies, all-day light salads and meals, sandwiches and such.
Halcyon & Crane, 290 Orchard Road, The Paragon #03-09, Singapore 238859
Picnic Urban Food Park at Wisma Atria
This is like no other food court you’ve ever seen. A sprawling 10,000 square feet space, Wisma Atria’s Picnic Urban Food Park is a lush garden themed communal dining concept. Apart from greenery, you’ll find several food trucks serving a variety of cuisines from French to Japanese. The space has been roughly segregated into four zones – picnic central garden, flower garden, beer garden and coffee & cocktail bar.
Picnic Urban Food Park, 435 Orchard Rd, #03-15 Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877
WHERE TO DRINK
Fancy a drink at restored 1900s property in the iconic Emerald Hill neighbourhood? Alley Bar is a great place to hand – we even hosted a Girls’ Night Out there! With pretty gleaming lamps, 15-metre long brass bar, this gorgeous spot has a Wednesday Ladies’ Night with one for one house white and red, a Thursday Lads’ Night for $10++ beers and a happy hour that includes $6 house spirits, $8 house wine and $10 draught beer from 5pm – 9pm.
Alley Bar, 2 Emerald Hill Rd, Peranakan Place, Singapore 229287
Salt Grill & Sky Bar
This rooftop bar is taking happy hours to a whole new level with their everything for $10++ and under deal. From classic cocktails to wines (house red, white and sparkling) are at $10++ every single day (on weekends too but not public holidays) from 5pm to 7.30pm. Take in the view with a cold one at this modern Australian all-day restaurant and bar – Corona and Peroni beers are at $9++ as are spirits including Jim Beam, Broker’s Gin and Famous Grouse.
Salt Grill & Sky Bar, 55th and 56th floors of ION Orchard Mall, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
After you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, fuel up at Tanuki Raw. They know how to have a good time. The Orchard Central branch’s 5pm to 8pm happy hour offers include $10 martinis and cocktails and $12 pints of beer. Feeling peckish? Order $2 freshly shucked oysters (max six per drink), $1 per piece of sashimi (max 10 slices) and $10 for 11 grams of uni (what the what!).
And if you find yourself around Orchard Central during lunch time, Tanuki Raw’s salmon don, negitoro don and garlic chicken donburi go for $10 each from Monday to Thursday.
Tanuki Raw, 181 Orchard Road, 04-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
The Other Room
It might take you a minute or two to spot this discreet speakeasy at the Marriott Hotel in Orchard. This “drinking house for the discerning” offers expertly crafted cocktails that pay homage to classic drinks while adding contemporary twists. Holding court behind the bar is Master Bartender Dario Knox, previously of FOC.
The Other Room, #01-05, Marriott Hotel Singapore, 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865