Ann Siang Hill Bars
Ann Siang Hill is a popular spot for nightlife in Singapore. The neighborhood is home to some of the best bars in the city and attracts visitors with its trendy restaurants, pubs, and speakeasies.
Yes, there are plenty of bars to choose from, but which one is the best? We have compiled a list of the 10 best Ann Siang Hill bars, based on our own personal experiences and reviews from other locals.
Whether you are looking for a place to relax with friends, want to dance the night, or look for a great night out away, Ann Siang Hill has something for everyone!
1. Tenko Sushi and Cocktail Bar
|Key Services||Sushi and Cocktail Bar|
|Address||95 Club Street, Singapore 069463|
Tenko Sushi and Cocktail Bar, which was launched by the same people who ran Bar Naked, Tenko Sushi and Cocktail Bar, is a fantastic weekend destination. This restaurant, located in the corner of Club Street, serves fresh sashimi, gunkan, and donburi dishes as well as a carefully curated selection of cocktails and Japanese sakes.
- Great weekend destination
- Curated cocktails
- Japanese Sakes
2. Drinks & Co. Grill
|Address||81 Club St, Singapore 069449|
|Phone||+65 6423 1773|
|Operating Hours||Daily: |
Want to buy a nice bottle of red wine and have dinner with your lover? Alternatively, you might enjoy a glass of bubbly and cheese plates instead. This store sells a wide range of wine, champagne, and spirits for every consumer.
For patrons looking to soak in the sights and sounds of the energetic Ann Siang district, the Drinks & Co. Grill has a larger selection of foods.
- 10% OFF FIRST ORDER
- FREE DELIVERY
- AUTHENTICITY ASSURED
My first visit to this quaint little spot on Sat for dinner with my wife. Enjoyed every moment of the ambience, the set-up, the service, the personal attention & of course, the food & drinks.Dr S Majumdar
All tables were taken; sure shot indicator of the popularity. The old style place was long & narrow, but never felt cramped.
One can walk around & select the drinks – which was a wide range.
Am definitely coming again.
|Key Services||French restaurant|
|Address||18 Gemmill Ln, Singapore 069255|
|Phone||+65 6557 2224|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Saturday: 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM|
The term “bar” in its name is a misnomer. The name of this full-fledged French eatery is a play on the French word “baratin,” which means smooth talk. Francois Mermilliod, who formerly worked at Absinthe, provides a wide range of seafood dishes at his casual restaurant, and supplies are purchased from ethical sources.
Simply tell them how much you have to spend and what kinds of foods you can or cannot eat, and they will take care of the rest.
- French Omakase
- Serving south of France cuisine
- Specialize in fish and seafood Mediterranean style
Tried their Omakase menu. All the food was on point. The pork jowl is a winner. Soft and tasty. They have great wine to pair with the food as well. But the food took awhile to serve. Good for long lunches!!Jiajun Koh
4. Burger Bar New York
|Key Services||Hamburger restaurant|
|Address||115 Amoy St, #01-03, Singapore 069935|
|Phone||+65 6221 8648|
|Operating Hours||Monday — Saturday|
11:30am — 10:30pm
(Last orders at 10pm)
11:30am — 8:30pm
(Last orders at 8pm)
The address claims Amoy Street, but the secret entry is via Gemmill Lane. It’s all about simplicity once you’ve entered the area. Choose your burger preference, then top it off with whatever you like, such as iceberg lettuce, tomato, or onion and your preferred sauces.
While you wait, grab a Sharpie from behind the bar and leave your mark. Also, the place is open late, so you know where to go when those hunger pains hit.
- Genuine American Burgers & Pastrami
- International craft beers
- Classic 70’s and 80’s tunes
Their milkshakes were greatGlen Francis
Baileys and Chocolate
Tried their Bacon cheese, Jalapeño and Butter-chicken burgers. Not too bad
5. Nutmeg & Clove
|Key Services||Low-key, cozy bar offering artisanal cocktails with creative names inspired by Singapore history|
|Address||8 Purvis St, Singapore 188587|
|Phone||+65 9389 9301|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Saturday: 5PM–12AM|
In a good way, Nutmeg & Clove is as Singaporean as a cocktail bar can get.
The food at Nutmeg & Clove differs from typical Japanese restaurants in that it is very focused on eras throughout local history, beginning with our founding as a trading outpost and continuing through to the Japanese Occupation. Its décor is also quite reminiscent of yesteryear, with vintage school photos, posters, and a Chinese medicine cabinet as a bar counter.
- Presents Singaporean Interpretations of Classic Cocktails
- Beautifully crafted Classic Cocktails
- Local & Asian affection
Nice place for a good catch up with friends. Bar selection is great and the service is really efficient. Staff are all friendly. Mee Siam was superb – must-try! Seating is pretty limited so book in advance!Xin Hao
6. Junior the Pocket Bar
|Key Services||Cocktail bar|
|Address||6 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069787|
|Phone||+65 8121 1462|
|Operating Hours||Tuesday – Saturday|
6pm – 12mn
Meet Junior the Pocket Bar. They claim to be a platform for showcasing Singapore’s most cherished terrains and customs in the world of cocktails and alcohols through personal, real-life experiences.
- Sells Merch
- Hidden gem
- Great customer service
Love this little hidden bar and how they constantly change up the menu to keep things interesting. Been here a few times and I’ve always enjoyed the drinks here. The bartenders are very laid back and have an awesome sense of humour.
I don’t remember having a single bad drink here. The bartenders always make sure to tell you how the drinks are when you order to make sure you would get a drink of your liking, which is something that speaks of the dedication they have to making sure guests enjoy themselves.
It’s not a very big place, so if you are coming in during peak hours, I would highly recommend making reservations in advance.Jo T
7. My Little Tapas Bar
|Key Services||Tapas bar|
|Address||14 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069694|
|Phone||+65 6223 8048|
|Operating Hours||Mon – Sun|
5:00PM – 10:30PM
My Little Tapas Bar is the younger sister restaurant to My Little Spanish Place, which was created by chef partners Maria Sevillano and Edward Esmero in March 2014. Also, they are presently situated on Ann Siang Hill in Singapore’s historic city center, has a warm and comfortable feel that harkens to traditional “Mesons” and Spanish Tapas Bars.
- Touch of Spain
- Homemade ‘conserves’
- Spanish wines and spirits
Delicious food!! Every dish was well down.
We esp love the Iberico pork and octopus.
Great value for sangria too. Do make a reservation as they were full house when we visited (we booked seats).
Service is a little slow as they are short handed but servers were as much as possible, attentive, great hosts and cheerful. Thank you for taking care of us.Ems Huang
|Address||12 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069692|
|Phone||+65 8779 9537|
|Operating Hours||Mon to Sat | 5pm – 10:30pm|
HONCHO is a multifaceted space that promotes creativity and collaboration through creative partnerships, as well as an incubator for artists and creators to exhibit their work, develop a community, and network.
HONCHO is a Japanese term that has entered the English language and is translated as “Squad Leader,” signifying their desire to be a leader in the community and network of creatives, showcasing and collaborating with outstanding Singaporeans from a variety of artistic disciplines including designers, mixologists, street artists, and content producers.
- HONCHO Taste Market
- Artist Workshops
- Artist Talks and Art Auctions
Was in Chinatown to run some errands and happened to park right in front of Honcho. We decided to try it out and it was such a great find! Atmosphere was great at the alfresco dining area and food was absolutely amazing.Sherby PS
9. Le Bon Funk
|Address||29 Club St, Singapore 069414|
|Phone||+65 6224 1490|
|Operating Hours||Tue-Thur 5-late|
Last Sun of the Month 12-5
Le Bon Funk is very much enthusiastic about natural wines and delicious food but is especially ecstatic when they can show you a good time. Along the ever-turbulent Club Street, theirs is a cozy yet friendly environment.
- Cozy and friendly spot
- Natural wines
- Amazing produce
The menu is really unique and creative. We had the sourdough, zucchini flowers, tartare and beef tongue sandwich. All were delicious. The beef tongue sandwich stood out. I also loved the sourdough and butter, super crusty and chewy. Impeccable service and the interior is really beautiful. Great place, would return againxinlin tan
10. Savanh Bistro & Lounge
|Address||47 Club St, Singapore 069424|
|Phone||+65 6325 8529|
|Operating Hours||Monday -Saturday|
Savanh Bistro & Lounge, a Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian restaurant, proudly provides the various culinary preferences of these countries in a modern and elegant setting. It features an appealing variety of starters, salads, homemade soup, standards, and more.
This charming yet modern restaurant, located on Club Street, is the ideal location for guests to enjoy traditionally prepared foods that will provide a memorable dining experience and gastronomic pleasure.
- Authentic ‘nutraceutical’ cuisine
- Internationally-famed parties
- Unique reflection of contemporary Asian lifestyle
This beautiful bar has the best deal!! This bottle only $97!!!! Very excellent service from Joe, genuine, professional and not pushy at all, thumbs upAbbiey Lim
Ann Siang Hill Bars
The nightlife in Singapore’s Ann Siang Hill is popular. The neighbourhood has some of the city’s best bars, which attract visitors with their trendy restaurants, pubs, and speakeasies.
Yes, there are many bars to select from, but which is the finest? We hope that’s what you have discovered in this article.
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