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Tippling Club

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Tippling Club is a restaurant that explores a brave concept to pursue a higher form of food and drink matching and certainly a more fun approach to traditional haute cuisine and drink service.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

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Monday-Friday 12noon-12midnight

Saturday 6pm-12midnight

Closed: Sun

+65 64752217
$178 based on 38 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Romance/First Dates (9 votes), After Work (8 votes)
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http://missneverfull.com/singapore-tippling-club/

No.36 of 2015 Asia's Best 50, dropped from its previous position of No.23 in 2014, yet the food was playful and delicious, with great presentation. The ambiance is relax and hommie. Sure i will be back.

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• 02 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Very bad food: main ingredient tasteless, pompous presentation, aggressive service

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Presentation is highly elaborate/complicated with loads of different ingredients.
Each dish is garnished with some tasteless dark green sauce as a signature (no idea of what it is made of) or some secrete concoction based with vinegar.
All in all, you are unable to taste the ingredient of the dish.
 
The service is very aggressive and rude. The chef or the staff explains the ingredients of the dish in a speed impossible to understand.

 For the first time in my life I was impatiently waiting for the menu to finish so I can leave to find some peace for and my stomach and my mind as the aggressivity in the restaurant is omnipresent.
 The cod fish was rotten (got sick for hours after we left with a bad fish taste in the throat).

 From the Gourmand menu, I only remember the foie gras dish and the babaganoush that were decent.
 This is a disgrace to set this restaurant in the top 50 of the best (probably one of the worst I have been).
 
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• 10 Mar 2015 • 67 reviews • 3 followers

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http://missneverfull.com/singapore-tippling-club/

No.36 of 2015 Asia's Best 50, dropped from its previous position of No.23 in 2014, yet the food was playful and delicious, with great presentation. The ambiance is relax and hommie. Sure i will be back.
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• 28 Nov 2014 • 8 reviews • 5 followers

Great cocktail, a bit pricey

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Went to this bar for it's fame on cocktails.
This bar is located in the edge of the cluster, thus even more secluded and tranquil. Ambience is nice.
Their cocktail is very good, I tried a passionfruit flavor (forgot the name) and really like it. Food is exquisite (both the look and the portion).
Overall it is quite nice, but a bit pricey.

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