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Jigger & Pony

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This shophouse cocktail bar pays tribute to the old school and classic cocktails by offering a selection of 24 cocktails (all for $20) concocted from premium spirits. The bar also houses a fully equipped kitchen that dishes out bar food and snacks to go along with your tipples.

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 03:00

Eve of PH: 18:00 - 03:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62239101
$32 based on 6 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Boys Night Out (4 votes)
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good, if you like loud

hotos and more: https://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/jigger-pony-amoy-street/

noisy, boisterous, hip cocktail bar in amoy street.    I used to love this place – I came here when cocktail bars were still fresh and new, and it was loud-buzzy, which is to say that you could still lean over for conversation.   flash three years or so ahead to my latest visit about a month ago – and the noise level is exponentially magnified, and it’s almost impossible to get service. but it’s still buzzy (though in an almost clubby, out to have a GREAT time sort of way), and nice if you’re out for a loud night out. 

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• 22 Nov 2014 • 244 reviews • 1 follower

good, if you like loud

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hotos and more: https://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/jigger-pony-amoy-street/

noisy, boisterous, hip cocktail bar in amoy street.    I used to love this place – I came here when cocktail bars were still fresh and new, and it was loud-buzzy, which is to say that you could still lean over for conversation.   flash three years or so ahead to my latest visit about a month ago – and the noise level is exponentially magnified, and it’s almost impossible to get service. but it’s still buzzy (though in an almost clubby, out to have a GREAT time sort of way), and nice if you’re out for a loud night out. 
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• 23 Aug 2014 • 30 reviews • 0 follower

Quality bespoke cocktails

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you can tell you're in very safe hands with staff who feel like real pros. Drinks are made impressively and the menu conveys their passion. 


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• 17 Jan 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Top notch cocktails and excellent service

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Named after the ubiquitous liquor measuring tool (jiggers holding 30ml-45ml; ponies holding up to 60ml), Jigger & Pony offers around 40 cocktails, organised by Pre-Dinner ($14 before 8pm, $20 after), Classic ($20), Vintage ($20), Signature ($22) and Punch Bowls (serves 15 to 20 cups, $210). Highlights from each include the Moscow Mule (ginger-infused Ketel One Vodka, lime and ginger beer), Pisco Sour (Barsol Pisco, lemon, sugar syrup and Angostura bitters), the Godfather (Johnnie Walker Black Label, Luxardo Amaretto and chocolate bitters), the Bitter Gimlet (Tanqueray Ten Gin, Fever Tree tonic reduction and bergamot essence) and the Zombie (a rum blend, apricot brandy, orange, pineapple and lime). This is one of the more spacious bars on the cocktail scene with top class service. For more drinking guides, click here!
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