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Post Bar boasts a menu of signature cocktails and canapes that add a savoury touch in between drinks. Besides chilling out in the bar that is filled with heritage elements of the General Post Office, head over to the outdoor East Garden

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 02:00

Sat: 17:00 - 02:00

Eve of PH: 17:00 - 02:00

Sun: 15:00 - 02:00

+65 6884 6884
+65 68778135
$35 based on 31 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Chillout (5 votes), Romance/First Dates (5 votes)
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Touch of class, satisfying glasses, great live band

Been wanting to visit this place for a while, and I finally got to do so on the last night of March 2015. The Post Bar speaks volumes when it comes to conveying the history of The Fullerton Hotel - a posh place converted from the building of the old general post office.

The settings are sleek, chic and classy in their modern honey onyx tones and standing artichoke cardboard lamps. The motif walls and coffered ceilings are retained from the original days of when this place was used as the post office - and of course, the most obvious feature would be the red post box greeting customers at the front of the lounge (see first photo in this blog entry) - and this postbox is STILL in operation, mind you.

Besides the sophisticated ambience and polite service, they have a really awesome band. I forgot to ask for their name and charges - but the male singer had a very smooth and soothing voice - completely moving me when they did Lionel Richie's "Hello".

The SIL started with a Mai Tai (SGD$19.00), a large bowl-glass of cocktail sweetened by pineapple. It was certainly a very refreshing drink, and they were generous with the alcohol.

I began my thirst quenching with a Classic Mojito (SGD$22.00) - they also have the strawberry or raspberry flavored ones. There was a good balance of mint and lime amongst the rum, though I would have loved the mint to be stronger. They were also very generous with the rum here.

The Bro ordered a Lychee Sling - a vintage cocktail with a fruity twist, concocted by their dedicated mixologists. They actually have many different and unique flavors of Sling other than the classic Singapore Sling - such as Almond, Hazelnut, Vanilla etc. The drink was a little too sweet, like mocktails, with slight hints of alcohol in this case.

For me, I ended the evening with a Raspberry Daiquiri - dashes of raspberry juice with tequila and Triple Sec, strong enough for my liking but sweetened by the dash of raspberry. I enjoyed this drink as well. For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/04/drinks-at-post-bar-fullerton-hotel.html  
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• 14 Apr 2015 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Touch of class, satisfying glasses, great live band

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Been wanting to visit this place for a while, and I finally got to do so on the last night of March 2015. The Post Bar speaks volumes when it comes to conveying the history of The Fullerton Hotel - a posh place converted from the building of the old general post office.

The settings are sleek, chic and classy in their modern honey onyx tones and standing artichoke cardboard lamps. The motif walls and coffered ceilings are retained from the original days of when this place was used as the post office - and of course, the most obvious feature would be the red post box greeting customers at the front of the lounge (see first photo in this blog entry) - and this postbox is STILL in operation, mind you.

Besides the sophisticated ambience and polite service, they have a really awesome band. I forgot to ask for their name and charges - but the male singer had a very smooth and soothing voice - completely moving me when they did Lionel Richie's "Hello".

The SIL started with a Mai Tai (SGD$19.00), a large bowl-glass of cocktail sweetened by pineapple. It was certainly a very refreshing drink, and they were generous with the alcohol.

I began my thirst quenching with a Classic Mojito (SGD$22.00) - they also have the strawberry or raspberry flavored ones. There was a good balance of mint and lime amongst the rum, though I would have loved the mint to be stronger. They were also very generous with the rum here.

The Bro ordered a Lychee Sling - a vintage cocktail with a fruity twist, concocted by their dedicated mixologists. They actually have many different and unique flavors of Sling other than the classic Singapore Sling - such as Almond, Hazelnut, Vanilla etc. The drink was a little too sweet, like mocktails, with slight hints of alcohol in this case.

For me, I ended the evening with a Raspberry Daiquiri - dashes of raspberry juice with tequila and Triple Sec, strong enough for my liking but sweetened by the dash of raspberry. I enjoyed this drink as well. For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/04/drinks-at-post-bar-fullerton-hotel.html  
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• 14 Sep 2013 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Jamon Serrano and manchego cheese croquettes #hungry4f1

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Crispy Cheesy Goodness! Crunchy & succulent, not being cheesy here at all! Not to mention the perfect place for a not so noisy gathering!
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• 14 Sep 2013 • 7 reviews • 40 followers

A Classic Bar in a Luxury Heritage Hotel

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Dish #5 of #hungry4f1 Running with a full stomach is a challenge on its own. We were welcome by freshly deep fried Jamon and manchego croquettes. The kids lapped them up. Great venue for a happy hour drink too during weekdays!
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