Located in the heart of Clarke Quay, CLINIC is indeed an inimitable haunt to visit whenever you are around the vicinity. With its distinctive set up and prescribed doses of cocktails in syringes, drips, test tubes and paraphernalia, all done in tribute to the pop art of Damien Hirst.
Sun to Tue: 6pm - 2am, Wed to Sat: 6pm - 3am
$50 based on 8 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Chillout (4 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (4 votes)
I had to make a profile in this site just to make a review on this "bar".. absolutely horrible service! yes, it's cool.. u're in a "clinic"... but the staff are so rude! as if you're not gonna pay for your drink! by the way, the other review is correct, the drinks are overpriced.. S$50 for the dextrose (amount of liquid is about half a glass).. S$40 for the syringe (6syringes, 1 gulp each) and it's gone.. but i knew it was going to be expensive before we sat on those wheelchairs.. but the service, i never expected it to be THAT horrible! if you just want to give it a try.. DON'T! just buy syringes, buy better cocktail from the other bars and stroll around Clarke Quay on your own wheelchair.. that would be much more fun..
Came here today with my group of friends because the concept of the place was quite interesting and we get to sit on a wheelchair. Then it just went downhill.
First of all, the drinks menu was quite little. We were looking through the menu and discussing what we wanted to get when the waitress came and asked for our order. We told her that we were still discussing and guess what she said? "I'll come back in 2 mins and you must order", quite rudely. So okay, we ordered.
We ordered the Doctor's something (I can't rmb the name) which are shooters in 6 syringes for $50. It was so weak, it tasted like gatorade with a drop of vodka. We were presented with the bill immediately, which was quite weird because we wanted to chill first. So we paid and drank up. A waiter came and cleared the jug and the syringes.
We wanted to sit a while and chill when the waitress mentioned before passed by our table and called out to the waiter, asking if we have ordered. He said yes, and he cleared the table already. That waitress told him that if we didn't leave, call security. What was that for? It's not like we didn't order and we weren't making noise. It's just plain rude to say that within earshot.
My friend complained to the manager, who didn't try to solve the problem but just defending her staff, by saying that the said waitress weren't talking about us. Oh really. She was pointing at us when she said it. Honestly? Not even an apology?
I've never had such horrible service before. Weak staff, weak drinks. Never ever stepping into this place again.
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