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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

Bar:

Monday-Friday 12noon-12midnight

Saturday 6pm-12midnight

Closed: Sun

$175 based on 36 submissions
Dinner (12 votes), Romance/First Dates (8 votes), After Work (7 votes)
Geng Yihang Ha

Great cocktail, a bit pricey

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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28 Nov 2014 • 6 reviews • 5 followers

Great cocktail, a bit pricey

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.

16 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Extremely rude staff, servings tiny and taste is only mediocre

Like others have said, don't waste your money on this place.  Went there to meet a friend who was already drinking at the bar.  We chatted for a few minutes and the bartender very rudely interrupted us and asked me to order, in a tone that pretty much said if I wasn't ordering right away, I shouldn't be in the restaurant.  It wasn't even busy and we were pretty much the only customers there at the time.  I can only surmise that on a busier day, they will be asking customers to leave.

The drinks themselves were only mediocre in quality at best.  Serving size was even more dismal -$23++ for a 120 ml???  Total waste of money.  Don't bother with this place.
14 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Disappointing at its best

Don't waste money or time.
We went with very high expectations only to be let down; hubby had booked a table for my birthday celebration and compared to what we've had in Europe, the Tippling Club is amateurish, simply trying to masquerade itself as if it belonged in the same league as other big boys.

The food was not gastronomic nor did it have a wow factor. Yet the prices is comparable to gastronomic restaurants run by Adria or Blumenthal. At least in those places, it was worth every penny in both service and gastronomic experience. 

Each dish sent was accompanied by a server/cook who either gargled or mumbled through the introduction and scurried off, leaving us to wonder and decipher exactly what was said. 
The filipino lady server, whom we assume is the maitre'd since she was the only one in a suited unifrom, did not even greet us and during our time there, only came over to ask if we wanted more wine. Of which when we declined, she just walked off without saying a word as though annoyed. 

The final straw was when we had finished our final course of dessert, again the stone-faced filipino lady server came with our bill and just left once we signed without so much of a Good night etc which is basic service and courtesy that not only F&B staff should know. 

The only thing we felt was above average was the choice of wine wit h our degustation menu. Otherwise, everything else here is simply been there, done that for those with a gourmand tongue. Nothing exciting at all. 

We will most definitely NOT recommend friends or family to the Tippling Club, it was a terrible dining experience for a borthday celebration. 


Charcoal food for $$$$
18 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

over priced

Servings extremely small and couldn't even bring out the number of bread prices to match out group. Don't bother. $200 per person and not even dinner.
11 Mar 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

lunch

Enjoyable lunch, although the good isn't quite as good as it is imaginative. FYI the 42++ set lunch, while only 2 courses, includes 3 separate amuse bouche and petit fours. So it's reasonable value. I'd probably go back, although I enjoyed Iggy's set lunch more (and they're similar food-wise).