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Bitters & Love

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Bitters & Love is a cocktail bar, located at 36 North Canal Road. Driven by love and passion, this bar strive to make the best seasonal bespoke cocktails which changes every three months.

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun

+65 64381836
$52 based on 10 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Girls Night Out (5 votes), Nice Deco (3 votes)
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Cool Little Place!

Awesome place. Great cocktails. Fun staff. Food was just ok, but really nice place to chill out. Prices were also pretty good for the area.

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• 03 May 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Cool Little Place!

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Awesome place. Great cocktails. Fun staff. Food was just ok, but really nice place to chill out. Prices were also pretty good for the area.
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• 17 Jan 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

For bespoke cocktails

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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 
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• 24 Nov 2013 • 20 reviews • 0 follower

Cosy joint

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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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