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Loof

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This rooftop bar offers cool views of downtown, which can be appreciated while sampling its signature cocktails and carefully curated bar snacks. For a more private conversation, duck into one of the playfully decorated private rooms, and let the downtempo electronica lull the night away.

Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 03:00

Eve of PH: 17:00 - 03:00

Closed: Sun

+65 63388035
$20 based on 29 submissions
Chillout (15 votes), After Work (13 votes), Girls Night Out (12 votes)
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Been here twice with my lo-goon frens and my teechair frens. But the crowd is more corporate business-type with many expats. I like the place, the waiters are color-blind and don’t privilege one race over the other. Although it was crowded, I felt alone with my frens, a good place to catch up. But quite warm. Don’t know what happens if it rains.

I tried to several cocktails, and the memorable one has to be the tom yam cocktailwith a huge chili as decor on the edge of the glass. Actually, you can eat the chili. The cocktail really tasted like tom yam, very fun and quite tasty actually. Not at all weird. The white chocolate one was so-so, quite a safe bet for boring people..yawnz. Live a little, peeps!

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• 25 May 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Too Noisy for Fun

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Went here with friends to get a late night drink and catch up. Fairly new to the rooftop scene, but didn't enjoy our time here. The music was INSANELY loud. As in I woke up hoarse the next day. And the drinks weren't that spectacular. For the young rebel rousers or those looking to play beer pong I'm sure it's fine. But if you're looking for a pleasant rooftop bar - skip loof.
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• 24 Dec 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

come for the drinks, not for the food

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I paid 16 bucks for kong bak pau that had a tiny piece of meat in the center with no sauce. Fail. The drinks, however redeemed the abysmal food.
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• 17 Jan 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Nice ambience

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The ambience is great though they seem to be a bit short handed at times. I love to sit by the corners where you can have a view of the surroundings. Would be great if they can do something to cool the open air area :)
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