Somerset Bar Singapore
Looking for the best bars in Somerset Singapore? Look no further!
We’ve compiled a list of the best bars in the area, complete with descriptions and contact information.
Whether you’re looking for a place to have a drink after work, a place to celebrate a special occasion, or a fun team building event in Singapore with your colleagues, these bars will not disappoint!
1. Alley Bar
|Address||2 Emerald Hill Road Peranakan Place, Singapore 229287|
|Phone||+65 6738 8818|
4pm – 1am
(Last food order at 11.30pm)
Alley Bar is an architectural marvel that has kept its old exterior while embracing contemporary design. It is tucked away in a little corridor along Emerald Hill. A beautiful gilt-framed mirror and a 15-meter-long brass bar that serves as the centerpiece create a sophisticated atmosphere.
Every day’s happy hour begins at 5:00 pm and lasts for four hours. House pours are $6++ apiece, wine by the glass is $8++, and draught beer is $10.90++.
- Peranakan-fusion menu
- Orchard’s best-kept secret
- Cosmopolitan appeal
the bartenders are always so friendly, it’s my go-to place to drop by after dinner / for round two if it’s not too crowded! i recommend the espresso martini & chocolate milk drink (not pictured). their truffle fries weren’t the best!R ̊ʚɞ ̊
2. Ice-Cold Beer
|Address||9 Emerald Hill Rd, Singapore 229293|
|Phone||+65 6735 9929|
|Operating Hours||Sunday & Saturday: |
Monday to Friday:
Since 1994, Ice-Cold Beer has operated out of the renovated 1910 Peranakan shophouse, serving clients modest ice-cold drinks from a specially made ice tank.
These beer bottles, which can hold over 60 different kinds of beer, are refrigerated to the ideal temperature so that when they are served, the cold will endure for up to eight minutes.
During happy hour, customers are eligible to specials like S$11 nett per pint of Hoegaarden and S$23 nett for a jug of Stella Artois!
- Delicious bar snacks
- Wide selection of local and international beers
- One of the oldest beer bars in Singapore
I last stepped into ICB 16 years ago. Had been a regular when I was in my late 20s. Feels so good to be back! The songs still rock, the food still as good and the best part is, the vibe is still similar. Would definitely come back soon. Please remember to play Fortune Faded by Red Jpt Chilli Peppers as usual, 16 years ago!HyperNinjaNerd
3. Bedrock Bar & Grill
|Key Services||Bar & grill|
|Address||96 Somerset Rd, #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore 238163|
|Phone||+65 6238 0054|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Thursday, Sunday: 12–3PM, 6–10:30PM|
Friday & Saturday: 12–3PM, 6–11PM
A delicious meal is the perfect way to indulge oneself. Modern steakhouse Bedrock Bar & Grill features cooking methods like wood grilling and smoking. It is difficult to resist the choice of premium cut steaks over a drink or two because they celebrate the social spirit of sharing over delicious cuisine and wonderful company.
Over 60 single malt whiskies are available at Bedrock Alfresco Bar, but if you’re looking for a more affordable option to go with your red meat, stop by between 12:00 and 3:00 and 5:00 to 9:00 pm every day to take advantage of one-for-one beer, wine, and spirits specials.
- Quality meats
- In-house dry-aged meat
- Tantalising ala carte menu
Brought my boyfriend here for his birthday. Loved the service, ambience and food! Steak was well seasoned and I preferred to eat it by itself as i really liked the charred flavour. Thank you for the complementary dessert as well!❤️Isabelle
4. KPO Cafe Bar
|Address||1 Killiney Rd, Singapore 239518|
|Phone||+65 6733 3648|
|Operating Hours||Mon-Fri: 2PM – 12AM|
Sat: 4PM – 12AM
The trendy KPO Café Bar, which is located just across from Orchard Central, has one of the longest happy hour specials, running from 12:00 pm until 8 pm every day. It’s interesting to note that KPO was once a post office.
Housepours and spirits can be had for as little as S$10 to S$15 during happy hour, while draft beers cost S$12 to S$14. Every Wednesday, women may indulge in all-night S$8 martinis. Enjoy your favorite beverage in the lively ambiance while relaxing to top 40 music and munching on delectable bar snacks.
- Buzzy gastropub
- Doling out sharing plates, meat dishes & sushi
- Plus sake, tap beer, spirits & wine
Have heard a lot about this place but hardly come here. Nice atmosphere with the 80s / 90s music eventhough no DJ. Before covid, this one of the hot places to visit. Wagu beef is really great. Beef is tender. Nasi lemak, the rice is very fluffy. Chicken is boneless. The chilli is a bit salty. Nice place to hang aound, mingle with friends.Jay Jay
5. JiBiru Japanese Craft Beer Bar
|Key Services||Japanese restaurant|
|Address||313 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238895|
|Phone||+65 6732 6884|
|Operating Hours||Tuesday to Thursday: 12–11PM|
Friday & Saturday: 12–11:30PM
Sunday & Monday: 12–10:30PM
JiBiru Craft Beer is one of the easiest places for craft beer fans trying to get their money’s worth to find because of its convenient position right outside Somerset 313.
Enjoy pints for S$10.50 nett from 12:00 to 6:00 pm, and S$12.50 nett from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Japanese drafts are widely available at JiBiru Craft Beer, including Hitachino Nest ales and Sapporo premium pale lager.
It is usually advised to enjoy your beers at JiBiru Craft Beer with some mouthwatering yakitori skewers. You can do this by ordering a Hibiki package for sharing, which costs S$36.50 for 12 skewers.
- Maintaining the authentic flavours of Japan
- Exciting artisanal beer experience
- Award-winning sauces
Back here for the first time in a couple of years, and loved it! Now 27 beer taps (I counted them) and the yakitori is great, although it can take a little while for all the items to arrive. Staff are friendly, just wave if you need service rather than using the QR code. Great to hang out for a while, have a beer and people watch!Jeff Sutiyoso
6. Smoke And Mirrors
|Address||1 St. Andrew’s Road, #06-01 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore 178957|
|Phone||+65 9380 6313|
|Operating Hours||Monday – Wednesday ∙ 6pm to 12am|
Thursday – Saturday ∙ 6pm to 1am
Sunday ∙ 5pm to 12am
The National Gallery in Singapore has a Roof Top Bar. One may enjoy the citywide views, including Marina Bay, while drinking their favorite beverage from here. This restaurant’s inventive blend of beverages culminates in the ideal mixed drink.
The spirits are all chosen and available in-house, and there is an excellent range of draft beer. While visiting Geylang, one must visit this bar.
- Spectacular panoramic views of Singapore’s skyline
- Creative cocktails
- Perched on the rooftop of the National Gallery
Cool spot for creative cocktails and a chill night. The cocktails were great, with an artsy flair. View was nice looking over the field at the city and Marina Bay. Drinks are a bit steep on cost…but somewhat expected for rooftop bars. Food was good…but I would say it is more of a drink spot then dinner spot. I would definitely go back.Kevin M
|Address||80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326|
|Phone||+65 6877 8911|
|Operating Hours||Tuesday to Thursday|
5.00 p.m. to 12.00 a.m.
Friday, Saturday and Eve of Public Holidays
5.00 p.m. to 1.00 a.m.
One of the most magnificent rooftop bars in the city is this downtown bar. The Lantern rooftop bar in Singapore is a beautifully designed, up-to-date drinking spot with a terrace that provides spectacular views of Marina Bay and the city skyline.
If you want to swim and enjoy the city’s stunning views from a high point, visit one of the city’s best lap pools on the terrace. You can order fantastic cocktails from its great menu, beer, wine, champagne, and delectable dishes at this popular bar.
If you visit Singapore, don’t miss out on visiting the Lantern, one of the most beautiful rooftop bars in the city.
- Magnificent rooftop bar
- Beautifully designed
- Views of the city skyline
Very nice rooftop bar, probably the best in Singapore esp since one altitude closed now. Very good place to chill and drinks and enjoy a nice viewKevin KW
Their food and drinks are a bit pricey but worth it for the vibes and views
It does get a bit crowded especially since now we can drink beyond 1030pm.
The service here is also surprisingly good
Overall very recommended , we tried almost all of their signature bar foods.
8. Kinki Rooftop Bar & Restaurant
|Key Services||Japanese restaurant|
|Address||70, #02-02 Collyer Quay, Customs House, Singapore 049323|
|Phone||+65 6533 3471|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Saturday: 12–3PM, 6–10:30PM|
Kinki is a sleek Japanese rooftop bar and restaurant that serves delectable cuisine. On the terrace, you may have a wonderful time with family and friends while sampling the goods available. You may have a great time raving in the comfort of your own home while music from a live DJ spins.
Their terrace, which is encircled by skyscrapers, offers a magnificent perspective. What makes Kinki exceptional is that it is one of the most reasonable rooftop bars in Singapore. For $50, you may get a bucket of five beers from 6 to 9 PM, which is quite remarkable when compared to other city rooftops.
- Dimly- it
- Contemporary eatery
- Offering cooked Japanese dishes & sushi alongside sake & cocktails
Still my favourite Japanese restaurant in Singapore, even after all these years. Kinki has never failed to impress me! Please do make a reservation though, as they are mostly fully booked even on a weekday. Delicious cocktails, fairly decent sake selection and of course not forgetting the amazing food with a breath taking Singapore’s Marina view. Great interior design & decor of the restaurant, there is always gonna be something to look at apart from your company (that’s for sure)!Fatimah Bee Mohamad Ali
9. Chimi’s Somerset
|Key Services||Mexican restaurant|
|Address||313 Orchard Rd, #01-25B, 313@Somerset 238895|
|Phone||+65 6980 5194|
|Operating Hours||Daily: |
12pm – 3pm
Open For Drinks
3pm – 5pm
5pm – 11.59pm
Chimi’s Mexican restaurant and bar opens a second location at 313 Somerset. They have a fantastic happy hour (weekdays, 12pm to 7pm) with highballs, house wines, and Corona for S$10, as well as classic cocktails for S$12 to S$14.
The normal menu includes margaritas, mojitos, and signature cocktails like the Maracuya Mule and Trinidad Sour. The meal is rounded out with foods such as Loaded Nachos, tacos, and quesadillas.
- Singapore’s first Mexican container bar
- Alfresco dining space
- Sister outlet of restaurant-bar, Chimichanga
Nice ambiance, good vibe, great food! Fish bowl is a star! We had guac & chips, churros and truffle fries too. Everything was great! Had an enjoyable time! Better reserve in advance and it limits to 2 hours per slot on peak hours.Mckimo N
|Address||96 Somerset Rd, #01-01, Singapore 238163|
|Phone||+65 6238 8348|
|Operating Hours||Monday to Thursday:|
11am – 10.30pm
11am – 11.30pm
10am – 11.30pm
10am – 9.30pm
After all that shopping in Orchard, don’t you need a little pick-me-up? Oriole from 2pm to 6pm or 8pm till late serves a glass of wine for $8 and a pint of Asahi “Super Dry” or Kronenbourg Blanc for $12 and $13, respectively.
Do you only drink light beverages? For less than $10, try the half-pint of said beers. What’s the best happy hour in Singapore?
- Substantial comfort food & cocktail jugs
- Easygoing cafe
- Bar with a terrace
Another one of my The Entertainer tryouts. Loved that they had a good number of options for the 1-for1 deal (everything under “Mains’). Went for the Sweet Soy Pork Rib and they were fall off the bone delicious. Loved that they were served with sweet potato fries too, added to the sweetness of the soy glaze. Also ordered the spicy calamari to try and the pickled chili pepper that it was served with had some kick to it. Overall definitely enjoyed and will return!V Jeyakanthan
Somerset Bar Singapore
The bars along Somerset are great places to enjoy a drink after work or celebrate a special occasion. With its convenient location and friendly atmosphere, these Somerset Bar Singapores are sure to please!
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