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Jekyll & Hyde is parnt nail-salon and part-specialty gin bar nestled here along Tras Street giving a taste of luxurious comfort and treats for relaxation and chill-out experience.

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 01:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62223349
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Mr Bean is a stunner

Slowed it down with The Chicolate Soup ($25) - Brand's Essence of Chicken in a #cocktail. It goes surprisingly well with chocolate. Mr Bean - a cocktail made with tau huay (beancurd), butterscotch liqueur, frangelico and kaya ($23) is even better - what a smooth drink, with a cool, velvet consistency.

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• 05 Sep 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Mr Bean is a stunner

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Slowed it down with The Chicolate Soup ($25) - Brand's Essence of Chicken in a #cocktail. It goes surprisingly well with chocolate. Mr Bean - a cocktail made with tau huay (beancurd), butterscotch liqueur, frangelico and kaya ($23) is even better - what a smooth drink, with a cool, velvet consistency.
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• 19 Mar 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Brilliant cocktails and friendliest crew!

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Everytime my friends and I revisit J&H, we are always suitably impress with the improvements of the place. Don't get me wrong, it started out with a nice ambience and great drinks, however, lots of effort has been placed to make the place more cozy, with little nice corners to catch up with your friends at.

Drinkswise, the cocktails here under the stewardship of Jeff (formerly Bar Stories head man) has very little comparison. Balance of taste is his forte, just approach anyone of their mixologist to get a drink tailored to your liking.
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• 17 Jan 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Nail bar by day, bar by night

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Ever been in the middle of a manicure when you were hit by a burning desire to have a proper drink? Well, after 6pm from Mondays to Saturdays you can turn to Jekyll & Hyde. The hybrid nail salon and bar is a collaboration between the team behind Manicurious and mixologist Jeff Ho, formerly of Bar Stories. From a bar made with wood from sherry barrels, they serve more than 30 gins, and cocktails built around ingredients such as kaya, Japanese ginger and Belgian beer ($18-25). It's all still a bit hush-hush and enigmatic so there's still time to get in on this place early, but not too early – coffee is all you get before 6pm. For more drinking guides, click here!
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