3 unique chill-out spots near Club Street
Welcome to Club Street.
Now that we’re managing the Clubhouse Serviced Residences along Club Street, we’ve had the chance to go on walks to check out the bars and restaurants that make up this buzzy neighbourhood. And boy, does it have plenty to offer!
Photo: Burger Joint NY
If you enjoy the simple pleasures of washing your burger down with a glass of beer, make this place your next dinner spot.
This is every bit the classic burger joint, serving good ol’ fashioned burgers along with fries, milkshakes and craft beers. The burgers are made-to-order and comprise stacks of fresh, quality ingredients. We’d recommend the Bacon Cheeseburger if you’re after the perfect blend of textures and flavours from the cured bacon, juicy patty and oozy cheese. The portion is fairly decent but if you’re up for it, go for a double!
Refer to their chalkboard at the beer counter for a list of craft beers. Can’t decide what to order? Just inform the bartender of the kind of flavours that you usually go for and let them suggest something for you.
Sitting on the list of “Asia’s 50 Best Bars” and “World’s Best Bars”, this underground gem serves up experimental cocktails that engages your senses in creative ways. The team distils their own alcohols, which are kept in unlabelled brown bottles so that customers would focus on the flavours rather than the types of alcohol that goes into every glass.
One of the most interesting and popular drinks is the Hot & Cold, which is made up of 2 distinctive layers of warm foam and cold liquid in a glass. Be sure to give this a try the next time you’re there!
Photo: Time Out
This is not exactly a bar but we believe you should know about this chillout spot. If you and your peers are looking for a unique and no-frills spot to unwind and satisfy your thirst for a few pints of craft beer, check out this pop-up hawker stall at Chinatown Complex, 10 minutes walk from your serviced apartment at Club Street. There’s a range of craft beer on tap and the beer list changes on a weekly basis so you can expect to taste something different each time you visit.