Robertson Quay Bars
It’s no secret that Robertson Quay is one of the best places to go in Singapore for a night out. With its trendy restaurants and lively bars, it’s the perfect spot for a night out with friends.
If you’re looking for a great night out, you can’t go wrong with Robertson Quay bars. There are plenty of options to choose from, and each bar has its own unique atmosphere and personality. Whether you’re in the mood for a quiet evening drink or a wild night out on the town, these bars have something for everyone.
Here is our list of the 7 best Robertson Quay bars in Singapore, so you can be sure to have a great time!
1. Bar Bar Black Sheep
|Key Services||Bar & grill|
|Address||86 Robertson Quay, #01-04 (on riverfront of Robertson Blue Condo, Singapore 238245|
|Phone||+65 8020 1586|
|Operating Hours||Monday & Thursday: 12–11PM|
If you’re searching for a place to get pummeled by English Premier League games, Bar Bar Black Sheep’s flagship location in Robertson Quay is the spot.
Don’t forget to eat before the event starts. You’ll be hungry from all the cheering and booing, so get your grub on with authentic delectable beer food from izakaya and Thai to Northern Indian and Western cuisine.
- Multiple locations
- Craft beer on tap
This is a great place to come for brekkie during the weekends! U can choose what u wanna eat from the good list of selection. I love the omelette, I asked for egg whites only! Prices are v affordable too by Epic Gourmet!! Will certainly come here again!Cloud White
|Address||86 Robertson Quay, #01-02 river facing building of Robertson Blue condo, Singapore 238245|
|Phone||+65 6694 2885|
|Operating Hours||Monday – Friday : 3pm – 12 midnight|
Saturday & Sunday: 11am-12 midnight
Tap has shattered preconceptions about Robertson Quay’s high society. With 20 rotating brews on tap, you can select from among 20 different beers while sitting at the bar, ranging from pale ale to stout.
At the same time, it offers bar food that goes great with the beer. Consider ribs, satay, and chicken wings as examples.
- Cater to everyone’s needs
- Great value
- Great Selection of menu
Wonderful place to chill out! Great location as it’s by the PCN for anyone who’s cycling, hiking or jogging and feeling the need to indulge in some great comfort food with craft beersAdrian C.
3. Boomarang Bistro and Bar
|Address||60 Robertson Quay, #01-15 The Quayside, Singapore 238252|
|Phone||+65 6738 1077|
|Operating Hours||6am-10.30pm daily|
At Boomarang, leave the comforts of your sofa to watch the next rugby match. On game days, this is one of Robertson’s best sports bars. Customers at this location are extremely pleasant and warm, which is why everyone comes here as a regular!
The kitchen is also a great place to enjoy a hearty Sunday brunch, as it cures hangovers.
- Serving Australian food
- Relaxing ambience
- Café, bar & bistro
One of our favourite places. We usually come for breakfast or coffee on Sundays, but decided to go for a light dinner last Saturday.Dr S Majumdar
The service is excellent (as always), the food is delicious (as always) and the overall experience is great (as always).
|Key Services||Asian restaurant|
|Address||207 River Valley Road, River Wing, #01-58 UE Square, Singapore 238275|
|Phone||+65 6219 3430|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Saturday: |
This is for all you sake enthusiasts out there. The secret Izakaya in Robertson Quay serves delectable Japanese cuisine and a wide range of sake. Its 20-year-offending sake master will provide pairing suggestions based on his experience.
Sake that can be found at a bar in your neighborhood isn’t the only type of sake available. Some of the finest sakes on the market, such as the Daichi Tokubetsu Junmai, aren’t readily available at every pub, but of course, you can find them here.
For a more chill atmosphere with pals, visit here.
- One of the best sake restaurant bars in Singapore
- Sake Master
- Over 20 years of experience
No idea why this place has so few reviews but it’s a lovely underground izakaya that has really authentic food and great sakeRyan Ong
5. Quaich Bar
|Address||390A Havelock Road|
#01 – 09/10
|Phone||+65 6732 3452|
|Operating Hours||Sunday to Thursday: 5PM–1AM|
Friday & Saturday: 5PM–2AM
This polished bar, houses over 500 Scotches expressions—90 percent of which are from boutique distilleries in Scotland such as several rarities not readily available anyplace else on Earth— thus it’s no surprise that the Quaich Bar is one where connoisseurs congregate.
The prices of these wines vary from scarce to extremely pricey.
- Stocking more than 500 varieties of fine whiskies
- The oldest bar in Singapore
- Played host to countless social gatherings
As a whisky enthusiast I really like Quaich bar. They have a fantastic selection of unique blends and single barrel options that are not available anywhere else in Singapore. The staff is friendly and help you order food from other restaurants in the area if you want to. A must visit for whisky fans (experienced or not)Alex Mier
6. 13 Gastro Wine
|Address||123A Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068592|
|Phone||+65 9231 2401|
|Operating Hours||Monday – Friday : 12pm – 12am|
Saturday : 5pm – 12am
The wine list at this stylish restaurant in River Valley was created by oenophile owners Bruno Vaillant and Geoffrey Weckx, who have gone to great lengths to discover the finest bottles from some of the world’s greatest vineyards.
Both the warm, savory smell of freshly baked bread and delicious Spanish ham on a stick draw visitors from near and far. The tiny storefront is just as popular with locals, who line up each day at lunchtime to grab their food. Warm honey cakes with thick cream fillings are served fresh from the oven during the week; fried calamari is also a popular choice.
- Peaceful home
- Nested in the heart of the CBD
- Historical Peranakan shophouse
Food is delicious (thoroughly enjoyed the escargot and Wagyu to name but a few ), complimented by a lovely wine selection.Justine T.
Ian and the team at 13% are genuinely engaging and welcoming. A place you will feel at ease with quality but no pretentiousness. Don’t be afraid to engage the team (should you want to), they’re 5 star and elevate the experience.
7. In Bad Company
|Address||66 E Coast Rd, #05-17, Singapore 428778|
|Phone||+65 9145 1134|
|Operating Hours||Sunday & Tuesday:|
Wednesday to Saturday:
In Bad Company is a beautiful, intimate, and low-key bar where you can relax with your pals over a glass of wine after a long day at work. Expect to find dishes such as donburi, yakitori, and the like since their specialty is Japanese fusion cuisine.
You can’t go wrong with an ice-cold pint of delicious craft beer as far as drinks are concerned. That’s total bliss right there with a platter of yakitori skewers.
- Highly creative and daring chefs
- Ultimate food-beer pairings
- New recipes and re-imagining classics
Popped in to try a ‘pop-up’ collaboration being hosted here (Gravy Baby x IBC) and was pleasantly surprised by the cool, fun atmosphere, excellent craft beers and flawless service from the staff throughout the night.
I’d definitely come back to sample more of the various beers stocked – Their selection is massive!
A big thank you to the IBC team and Gravy Baby team!Red Barker
Robertson Quay Bars
If you’re in the mood for a quiet evening drink or a wild night out on the town, these bars have something for everyone. Whether you want to enjoy some live music and dance with friends until late into the night, or just relax at an intimate bar where you can meet new people over drinks, Robertson Quay has something to offer for sure!
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