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Inspired by the famous "Punch and Judy" show, Mr. Punch is a truly unique establishment in Singapore's vibrant pub scene. World cuisines inspire eclectic shared plates in a quirky vintage-meets-kitsch nuanced space. The bar menu spans the globe with its well rounded selection of crafted cocktails, fine whiskies, and wine. Perched on the top of the Mint Museum, the rooftop bar sports a retractable roof for animated dining under the stars. Savor gourmet tapas like crispy quail eggs with seaweed salt, Hokkaido scallops with shallot espuma and black garlic, and charred squid with tobbiko. Keep an eye out for weekly events and theme parties here.
Situated in bustling Little India, Countryside Café fuses together some of the finest dishes and beverages from across Asia and Europe, to provide customers with a truly memorable experience. Its dim lighting, carpeted floors, and unique decor, replete with a wall covered with currency, sets the tone for a great drinking session. Take your pick from a variety of spirits and beers, and be prepared to call for a second round soon. On the food menu are a host of delectable Asian and European dishes, with a twist of modern flavor. Be sure to try the signature Country Fish Steak and Phad Thai, which will surely have you coming back for more.
One of the most popular as well as the oldest pubs found in Singapore, Muddy Murphy's is known for its extensive selection of drinks and food items. This vibrant pub also offers its guests live music as well as live screening of on-going sports events. Irish Stew at Muddy Murphy's is a must-try and so is the Shirley Temple.
Union Bar is one of those place where you walk in expecting to have a good time and it seldom disappoints. Cozy and dim-lit, with a lively atmosphere, this bar sets the tone for an enjoyable drinking session. A sports bar by definition, the energy of the place shoots through the roof on match days, with the many TV screens in bar broadcasting the live match. Sip on one of the bartender's signature concoctions while you catch all the live sporting action on the TV.
What could be a better way to spend an evening than with glasses of classic champagne and jazz music. The Astor Bar at the St. Regis Singapore allows you to pick from their list of fine liquor or why not have them create their famed Chilli Padi Mary, a local twist on the otherwise Bloody Mary. The resident pianist-singer, Ron Sinclair, adds the touch of sophistication with the jazz tunes he plays out for all. A fine bar with all the right ingredients for a wonderful night in Singapore.