There is a reason why Tiong Bahru Bar – a 4,000-square feet gastrobar along Seng Poh Road – is the perfect place for The Glenlivet Bar, which, on top of being decorated in the brand’s signature colours, offers patrons the full range selection of The Glenlivet (12 Year Old right up till the 25 Year Old). And that is because Tiong Bahru Bar’s minimalist and industrial warehouse feel of concrete walls and floor evokes an unpretentious ambience that’s an ideal setting to enjoy a dram.
Adopting an open concept, the alfresco seating area merges seamlessly with the indoor layout of Chinoiserie style flow lamps, lounge sodas and classic yet simple high-bar stools. If you’re not up for mingling, TBB’s long bar table at the back lines the wall to offer you privacy for your own personal whisky-tasting session.
Tiong Bahru Bar also puts out delectable local bites to go with your drink. Enjoy a glass of The Glenlivet 15 Year Old with their delectable Chilli Crabmeat Dip with Man Tou or Kong Bak Pau. Move on the night with another glass of The Glenlivet 18 Year Old to complement the taste of Raw Fish Ceviche.
To further enhance the ambience, Tiong Bahru Bar lines up a series of local DJs from Mondays to Saturdays, spinning Contemporary Top 40s and retro tracks according to the crowd’s preference. Sundays, on the other hand, are reserved as sports nights, with the bar broadcasting Formula One, rugby or football matches.
At the end of the day, whether you’re planning to have a quiet drink with your date, a rowdy football evening with your mates or just to dance your night away, Tiong Bahru Bar is the place for you to be – with a glass of whisky in hand naturally.
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