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Gotham city come alive

An art deco palace it is, with bold designs and a very spectacular interior, DIVINE Bar at Parkview Square, this place is akin to Gotham City with its majestic pillars and intricate decor.

All that glitter and glam gives this place a very divine, ethereal beauty as well as elegance that one must never miss. The art pieces, gilt ceilings, mantelpieces etc are all works of art in themselves.

What is also impressive is this 12 meters high wine tower, chilling and storing up to 3000 bottles of more than 200 of the world's finest wine vintages. From far, this tower looks merely like a piece of decorative art, but close up, one could see the bottles lying in this exquisite showcase.

Unfortunately I was here mostly in the daytime, and today, for a business discussion, hence no drinks and angels performance for me. In this incredibly dazzling setting, the service is unfortunately slow, inefficient and lousy. We had to go up to the waitresses to give us menus and take our orders because all they did was hover together chatting.

Anyway, I had a hot Peach Tea (SGD$8.00). It was resplendent with the aroma of peaches and the tea was rich enough, but other than the pretty saucer and matching cup, there was nothing unique about the tea itself.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/01/tea-at-divine-bar-parkview-square.html

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An art deco palace it is, with bold designs and a very spectacular interior, DIVINE Bar at Parkview Square, this place is akin to Gotham City with its majestic pillars and intricate decor.

All that glitter and glam gives this place a very divine, ethereal beauty as well as elegance that one must never miss. The art pieces, gilt ceilings, mantelpieces etc are all works of art in themselves.

What is also impressive is this 12 meters high wine tower, chilling and storing up to 3000 bottles of more than 200 of the world's finest wine vintages. From far, this tower looks merely like a piece of decorative art, but close up, one could see the bottles lying in this exquisite showcase.

Unfortunately I was here mostly in the daytime, and today, for a business discussion, hence no drinks and angels performance for me. In this incredibly dazzling setting, the service is unfortunately slow, inefficient and lousy. We had to go up to the waitresses to give us menus and take our orders because all they did was hover together chatting.

Anyway, I had a hot Peach Tea (SGD$8.00). It was resplendent with the aroma of peaches and the tea was rich enough, but other than the pretty saucer and matching cup, there was nothing unique about the tea itself.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/01/tea-at-divine-bar-parkview-square.html
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