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Located overlooking the river along Boat Quay, this bar balances exposed whitewashed brick walls, stark concrete floors and warm lighting to create a distinctive ambience. Don't be surprised if people get up to dance on the bar as the night wears on.

Mon - Tue: 11:00 - 01:00

Wed - Fri: 11:00 - 03:00

Sat - Eve of PH: 17:00 - 04:00

Closed: Sun

+65 65369722
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Had a lovely chilled evening here with my better half.
 
 The Chicken-tikka wrap was really tasty and was enough to leave me feeling full, generous with the amount of chicken and the fries portion was decent.
 
 Beer / drinks options or prices are no more or less expensive than other places in Boat Quay as is the standard of service.
 
 Can also be a place for watching Football as they have 2 TV's in the outdoor seating area.

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• 24 Jan 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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Had a lovely chilled evening here with my better half.
 
 The Chicken-tikka wrap was really tasty and was enough to leave me feeling full, generous with the amount of chicken and the fries portion was decent.
 
 Beer / drinks options or prices are no more or less expensive than other places in Boat Quay as is the standard of service.
 
 Can also be a place for watching Football as they have 2 TV's in the outdoor seating area.
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• 25 Jan 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Ruined my birthday night!!

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Horrific experience here; January 2013
Ordered drinks-when the martini arrived there were dead ants floating in it!!
Food was fine but took ages to come-the table behind us cancelled their order as they had been waiting for so long! Portions were small!
We paid after each round but when we wanted to settle for the last round of drinks they presented us with a bill including items we had already paid for; we ended up having to wait an hour to settle the entire c*** up-which it eventually turned out (after getting very angry with them) that they had charged another table for the last bill and it had been paid for us! Staff were incompetant and infuriating! 
I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy which is disapointing as the location and ambience were nice! I went for my birthday and would never return!! BEWARE!!!!

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• 07 Apr 2009 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

cool place to chill

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happen to be there few month back, the ambience these is relax n chill. the price is affortable, the service is just nice for young folk...
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