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The Mad Men Attic Bar

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The Mad Men Attic Bar, a cool rooftop bar concept sits on 11 North Canal Road, where new gym Ritual and American bar and diner Communal are also located. Service here is a little slow handle the wait by filling up with their miso butter prawns and chili cheese dog.

Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 03:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62223529
+65 98221789
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The rooftop with affordable spirits

You might expect Mad Men to be a recreation of a New York institutions P. J. Clarke's or Sardi's. Instead, it's more like industrial chic gone completely wild (as designed by graffiti collective RSCLS). There's enough roofing material and piping here to build a functioning shanty town. To be fair, they do an Old Fashioned ($16) that would satisfy any would-be Don Draper, and their spirits are reasonably priced ($12 for basics and $16 for many premiums). Being on a rooftop is always a draw too, and their luncheon meat fries with sambal chilli ($12) and marmite pork belly ($16) are addictive. For more drinking guides, click here!

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  • luncheon meat fries2 votes
  • baileys on the rock1 vote
  • chilli dog1 vote
  • har cheong chicken1 vote
  • truffle fries1 vote
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• 17 Jan 2014 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

The rooftop with affordable spirits

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You might expect Mad Men to be a recreation of a New York institutions P. J. Clarke's or Sardi's. Instead, it's more like industrial chic gone completely wild (as designed by graffiti collective RSCLS). There's enough roofing material and piping here to build a functioning shanty town. To be fair, they do an Old Fashioned ($16) that would satisfy any would-be Don Draper, and their spirits are reasonably priced ($12 for basics and $16 for many premiums). Being on a rooftop is always a draw too, and their luncheon meat fries with sambal chilli ($12) and marmite pork belly ($16) are addictive. For more drinking guides, click here!
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• 01 Nov 2013 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

a nice place to chill out after work

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it was a cozy place and it was full house even on weekdays.. a great place to chill and drink.. strongly recommend their snacks like har cheong chicken and chilli dog with truffle fries oh .. their luncheon meat fries was really interesting & worth the try!! drinks wise.. their baileys on the rock milk version was really good better than the cream version; another must try on their menu!! another highlight was their live band.. they have great vocal skills! enjoyed my night there!!
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• 09 Oct 2013 • 2 reviews • 7 followers

very nice bar for after work drinks

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I had a very different experience to the previous negative reviews here. I was here on a Tuesday night. The place was relatively full. The food was good with portion size just right and wait staff friendly. Only negative was that all the red wines are too warm. Guys get a wine fridge! Nice band playing with music not too loud so you can still hold a conversation. I will be back for sure.
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