With the kind of names cocktails tend to have, one imagines it takes more time to come up with a catchy sobriquet than it does to create the actual recipe. Bitters & Love is a place that proves names don't really matter. While you can most certainly order what you're familiar with, it's much more fun to pick a spirit and a flavour profile and let the mixologists, led by Din Hassan, do the rest. The nameless Ron Zacapa and passion fruit ($25) and Wild Turkey and kiwi fruit cocktails ($19) for example are refreshing, perfectly balanced and come with enough mint leaves and fruit slices to make a decent dessert salad. Check in also for their regular events, for December, Tuesdays are BYOB tasting sessions. For more drinking guide, click here
Cozy venue, good sofa seating with decent bar food. The mixologist can stir up anything you want or any flavors you preferred. We had him prepared 5 of his personal special and 1 was good. The rest though creative and fancifully decorated, nothing much to rave about.
Will definitely visit again but probably sticking to the more common cocktails.
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