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(Closed) Fuse (Marina Bay Sands)

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Fuse is a chic, laid-back lounge with easy listening live entertainment. It’s the ideal hotel meeting spot, where one can enjoy jazz and contemporary music performances while easing in to the relaxed, comfortable vibe.

Daily: 15:00 - 03:00

+65 66885529
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Great place for chill out

I love this place.its one of my fav hangout.service is excellent,even when its crowded during the worldcup season,the waitresses are still providing excellent service and attentive.The truffle fries here are nice.its a good place to sit and chill with friends over a night.Thank you..^^

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  • Etertini cocktail1 vote
  • good wine1 vote
  • truflle fries1 vote
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• 07 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great place for chill out

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I love this place.its one of my fav hangout.service is excellent,even when its crowded during the worldcup season,the waitresses are still providing excellent service and attentive.The truffle fries here are nice.its a good place to sit and chill with friends over a night.Thank you..^^
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• 13 May 2014 • 432 reviews • 7 followers

Great place to chill out at

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It was drinks night, and the Bestie was here from overseas, hence Fuse Bar @ Marina Bay Sands seemed like the ultimate place for chilling out.   A charming bar beating with the rhythm of good lounge music, upholding a posh interior and boosting of rather attentive + polite service, this comfortable drinking place left us reeling in a night of fun catching up over drinks.   We started with a beautiful drink served in large, rounded wine glasses, named Etertini cocktail. The deep blue and pensive shade of green gave the drink the look of an ocean being trapped, and I am on the outside looking in, looking at this piece of utmost beauty I am about to devour; it was almost predatory. The sweet drink contained mysterious ingredients (this was a house special not on the menu) but I thought I tasted hints of kiwi or lime that befitted the green drink.   We were served snacks of chips and nuts - nothing like the cheap kinds one gets at other pubs or Karaoke lounges. The chips were crispy, and of Wasabi flavor, and refillable. The nuts were crunchy and fresh as well, acting as fantastic accompaniments to our cocktails and wines.   Then the bottles of red wine were being ordered - quality reds with fruitty overtures and tasted silky-smooth. The seats were very comfortable so one could chill out there and lounge for hours literally. I think each of us spent about SGD$80.00 that night (there were four of us in all), thoroughly enjoying ourselves.   For more detailed information and photos, do visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/05/chilling-out-at-fuse-bar-marina-bay.html

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• 31 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lamenting the loss of a good place to chill

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Used to be a good place to entertain guests. However, service has been laxed recently, even on slow days. Had a terrible night while entertaining guest from abroad. Song dedications made were ignored with band playing the same song thrice in the same hour. 
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