26 Beach Road
#B1-16 South Beach Avenue
Singapore 189768

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12:00pm - 01:00am

12:00pm - 01:00am

12:00pm - 01:00am

12:00pm - 02:00am

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This dessert was a sweet surprise as I initially went there purely for the beer (love their tap IPA)! Upon cutting, the liquid chocolate just flows out beautifully. Cake is crispy toasted on the outside and moist on the inside. Chocolate is rich with the right sweetness. The brandied cherries and creme fraiche perfectly elevate the dessert.

Spiced Rum Lava Cake ($13)
Ratings: 🦖🦖🦖🦖

Interesting concoction - seasonal kombucha + fig brandy + citrus. Who would have expected that kombucha could taste so good with alcohol. The alcohol is not that strong, making it suitable for light drinkers. The drink is sour on the palate, which I personally find refreshing. Quaint bar environment with soft music, which is plus point for the overall drinking experience.

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It's mock. It's virgin. What's there to say?

Alcohol recommendations? No can do.
I will, however, gush about this draft beer I was enchanted by.

The aptly named Obama ($17 reg) is the alcoholic epitome of wholesomeness. This festive concoction of dry Irish stout, marshmallow, vanilla, and mint was smooth and velvety, with the personality of a warm snuggly blanket on a cold winter's night. Not something I've had much experience with but hey, I can dream.


The way to consume this ceviche is to pour the contents of the 2 shot glasses, one of which is actually a shot of pisco, together with the small ladle of habanero pepper into the jar, and shake the contents till the colour of the mixture turns orangey-red! As compared to the Caribbean ceviche, this was more citrusy and acidic. The alcoholic component also felt way stronger. Thus, if you can't really appreciate alcohol I wouldn't really recommend this dish!


First time trying Ceviches! (Pronounced as seh-vee-chay) This came with a side of 2 round discs of fried wanton skin which seemed quite unique, though I'm still not entirely sure how/what ceviches are usually like or what they are usually served with haha🤔 The coconut fragrance coupled with the shot of rum was quite interesting, with the alcohol not overwhelming the coconut.