flow bar review singapore ricky paiva

Flow Bar is a cosy lounge where you go with Ricky Paiva’s flow

Manhattan is possibly one of the most iconic cocktail bars in Singapore, sitting at No. 6 in the World’s 50 Best Asia 50 Best Bars. But cocktail aficionados would also be familiar with Ricky Paiva, one of the legends who spearheaded them in earlier days, and now heads the new Flow Bar at Duxton. Continue reading “Flow Bar”

analogue initiative bar singapore review

Native’s newest bar Analogue Initiative champions experimental flavours and sustainability

If you’re a frequent bar hopper in Singapore, you’d know of Native Bar, the trailblazing experimental cocktail maestros who were ranked 18th on 2021’s World 50 Best Bars rankings. Then you’d also be excited to hear they’ve opened a new bar concept, Analogue Initiative at CHIJMES.

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mobomoga singapore review

MoboMoga Sake Bar is a non-traditional Izakaya like none other

Rowdy Japanese crowds downing too much alcohol, indistinct chatter, simple homely dishes — an enjoyable ambience no doubt but what if an Izakaya was even more fun? Look no further than MoboMoga, the epitome of off-beat and quirky.

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indulgentism section d bar review

Section D is a new home bar run by a passionate couple — and it shows.

I ran into Dannon —co-proprietor of Section D with his wife Jamie— a few times during my internship tenure at a Buro Singapore . As the editor at SG Magazine, his impressive knowledge of different whiskies and grasp on the local bar scene always struck me.

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singapore best sandwiches two men bagel house the lox review

Sandwiches are like burgers, but more diverse. Perfect choice for takeaways, with an overwhelming variety to spice things up too.  

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delicious Japanese food to go with free flow alcohol at this authentic gem.

Izakaya Niningashi is one of my favourites  izakayas. There’s something unique about authentic izakayas, quite a special sub-culture in Singapore. Imagine thundering chatter as rowdy Japanese salarymen make merry, high on alcohol.  Continue reading “Izakaya Niningashi”