Did you know clans still exist in Singapore?
Pop by Singapore's Street of Clans—Bukit Pasoh Road—that's a short stroll away from Outram Park MRT Station, and you'll find more than five clans with a ton of history. Gazetted a conservation area, Bukit Pasoh is now buzzing with hip bars, fancy restaurants, and cosy cafes.
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Founded with the love for butter, this cosy restaurant (pronounced "Buh") is the perfect place to gather friends and families over wholesome, delicious sharing platters inspired by traditional French cuisine.
Located within the lobby of Straits Clan, this new restaurant features a menu representing a retrospective look at the origins of Singaporean cuisine, showcasing time honoured cooking methods, recipes and ingredients that have been left behind.
Named after the Martini's cousin concoction (which comes with a pickled onion instead of an olive), this quaint bar offers sixty cocktail creations with both familiar and exciting options, and to top it all off, a plethora of fresh seafood for pairing.
Breezy, lighthearted, and all-around fun, this charming space serves up Seattle-style seafood plates, tapas, and creatively concocted cocktails.
With a menu that delivers a range of flavours inspired from all around the world, there’s simply nothing we don’t love about this place. Good coffee, great food, and coupled a buzzy atmosphere, need we say more?
Seafood lovers, rejoice! This spot serves the freshest catches. Why? That’s because you get to catch it yourselves! Don’t fret if you’re not a fan of seafood though, this place also offers a range of shabu-shabu meats, cooked dishes, and more.