B28 got its name from its location, which is the basement level of 28 Ann Siang Road. This jazz bar stocks more than 120 types of whiskies from Scotland and features live performances from the top jazz musicians in Singapore.
A perfect 10. Night out with the girls? First date? Jazz aficionado? This is your place. Between the never ending whiskey list, perfectly crafted and thoughtful cocktails, and music that will make you forget about time, this place has it all.
And make sure you have a chat with Farhan, the bartender. His knowledge and passion come through in the most tantalizing cocktails that will not just leave you satisfied, but asking for (many) more.
Good value for money at this hidden gem. Will definitely be back.
This is a great hidden gem in Singapore. A small and very comfortable space off a an alley (or downstairs from a hotel) that is focused on doing a few things incredibly well. At it's heart it's a whiskey bar with a very long list that you'll have to work hard to explore, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and an option to buy bottles and store them on site. If whiskey isn't your thing, cocktails are generally very good. If all you had was a lovely bar with great staff and good whiskey I'd already be pretty happy, but then you add fantastic jazz to the mix as well. And this is not background music, Great jazz isn't exactly thick on the ground here in Singapore so I'm thrilled that I can combine a wonderful bar with fantastic music.
Quite frankly, I don't really want you to come here. I prefer it quiet. Not much change of that though.
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