Molly Malone's Irish Pub is a charming Irish pub, the first to open in Singapore. The dark green exterior makes it hard to miss. Occasionally, live music is performed when guest bands from Ireland drop in for a visit. Ever since this pub opened in 1995, business has been booming. New visitors and regulars alike keep coming through the door for their regular pints of Guinness and Kilkenny. Food-wise, try the Buttered Day Fillet with French Fries, and the traditional Fish and Chips.
Famous for originating the Singapore Sling, The Long Bar is known to both tourists and locals alike as the place to go for this unique concoction. Like the name suggests, the interior is indeed long. Tourists generally visit this classy bar after touring the world-renowned Raffles Hotel, where it is located. Similarly, many business professionals can be seen unwinding here. The dress code is smart formal. All cocktails sold here are generally of a good standard, but most people still go for the Singapore Sling.
Tippling Club is a wonderful restaurant that takes its guests on an unforgettable culinary journey that represents a fun and lively approach to international cuisine and drinks. Tippling Club is popular for its delicious tasting menu and fine selection of cocktails. The decor is quite interesting and reminds one of a warehouse art store while the seating of the bar is such that you get a good view of the restaurant and the scenic outdoors.
Complete with a mounted moose head, Dan Ryans Chicago Grill is laid-back, lively and typically American. The barbecued ribs, served with a mouth-watering Smoky Sauce, are enormous, while the Fisherman's Platter comes with a huge serving of crumbed fish, squid and shrimp. A small selection of Italian pasta dishes, steaks, sandwiches, burgers and salads is also on the menu. Keep in mind that portions tend to be large and bring along someone to share with. The wine list is limited to mostly New World selections from France, Australia and the US.
Styled in a contemporary fashion, Burnt Ends offers mouth-watering grilled preparations and refreshing beverages. Its smoked quail eggs starter is wonderfully prepared and has a rich, smokey taste. Burnt Ends is one of those few restaurants where guests can actually see the crew cooking and preparing some taste-bu-tingling delicacies. It remains open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturdays from 6p till late.
Chatterbox is one of the best places to find Hainanese chicken rice, a local favourite. In fact, the dish is the star attraction here. The chicken is firm; the rice fragrant while the ground chilli sauce with ginger provides the finishing touch. Other local favourites include the King Prawn Fried Hokkien Noodles, Chatterbox Lobster Laksa . Burgers, sandwiches and salads are also available. The wine list presents the normal fare. The vibrant Asian flavors contrast with the subtle decor of the hotel and complement its warm hospitality which ensures a pleasant experience every time you dine here.