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TongKang Colonial Bar & Restaurant

English, European, Hainanese, Western

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Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

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Sun - Thurs: 18:00 - 01:00

Fri, Sat and Eve P.H. : 18:00 - 02:00

To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 63334868)
The last surviving pair of tongkangs (light boats for ferrying goods) have found a new purpose by housing the TongKang Colonial Bar & Restaurant at Clarke Quay. The TongKang Gin Bar features an array of gin based drinks and the restaurant offers an delectable range of nostalgic colonial dishes.
Poh Piah • 15 Feb 20141 reviews 0 followers

the location and pictures speak for themselves. the ambience of this restaurant is great.
 
but it all ends there. service was unacceptable!
 
there was no staff to greet you at the door and guide you on what to do.
 
i had to approach two of the staff to tell them i have a reservation. The first staff directed me to a section of the restaurant where i had to find another staff and tell him that i...

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Poh Piah • 15 Feb 20141 reviews 0 followers

the location and pictures speak for themselves. the ambience of this restaurant is great.
 
but it all ends there. service was unacceptable!
 
there was no staff to greet you at the door and guide you on what to do.
 
i had to approach two of the staff to tell them i have a reservation. The first staff directed me to a section of the restaurant where i had to find another staff and tell him that i...

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Daniel_Ang • 08 Sep 201133 reviews 1 followers

Must Tries: Old English lamb and kidney pie, oxtail stew with potato and carrots, granny smith apple tart 
You may have eaten on a cruise or ship but how about on a tongkang (bumboat)? Imagine the excitement when we found this surviving pair of tongkangs berthed on the banks of the Singapore River serving food and drinks.
Tongkangs are vessels used in the early 19th century to ship goods along the Singapore River. So as to retain this part of...

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