If you thought that booze was expensive on our small island and you thought…right. There’s nothing that can ruin your mood more quickly than a drink that costs $15. So, to alleviate the strain on your pockets (and the hearts of your loved ones) We’ve looked around and discovered the most affordable drinks available in Singapore. Bottoms up! เว็บตรงสล็อต
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FIVWu Izakaya Bar
The name isn’t a lie: FIVWu (pronounced as ‘five’) offers $5 specials every day on Asahi Draught Beer as well as white and red sake, wines and shochu, all spirits that are house-made, as well as snacks for bar patrons. Yes, you read that right: $5 dollars. It’s hard to get a better deal than this.
No. 5 Emerald Hill
One-for-one martinis on the rocks for just $16, and accompanied by some seriously delicious pub food such as chicken wings? This sounds like a great deal to us! It’s located inside an old Peranakan shophouse, No. 5 Emerald Hill’s relaxed atmosphere is a perfect location to relax after a tiring day (or going shopping!). Plus, littering isn’t an issue. Patrons are invited to dispose of your peanut shells anywhere.The Exchange
With its distinctively high-end urban setting it’s not surprising that the bar and brasserie to offer similarly luxurious drinks costs. But don’t fret you, dear drinkers. The Exchange offers specials such as the martinis for $8 during Happy Hour on Wednesdays, $88 for a bottle of G.H. Mumm champagne on Fridays , and complimentary martinis for ladies during Ladies’ night.Sauce Bar
The bar is dubbed “the wonderful retro Bar”, Sauce is a charmingly fun spot on the water with drinks that are equally amazing. If you’re in the market for the best value, take advantage of Five Asahi Super Dry beers for only $35 (available throughout the throughout the day) and drinks for one on Saturdays and Fridays. The rest of the drinks are expensive, but you’ll be unable to resist the appeal of Sauce Bar’s punch bowls for parties and DIY cocktailsthat include a variety of cocktails to unleash that alchemist within you. The Good Beer Company
This isn’t your typical Happy Hour in a snazzy bar. What you’ll experience at the Good Beer Company is a absolutely no-frills, non-drinking experience. The selection of ciders and craft beers on offer at this hawker stand is refreshingly different and certainly not your typical Tiger Beer variety. With more than 60 different beers of Europe, Asia, and the US with hawker centre costs that makes the less-than-stellar setting more than worth it.Cuscaden Patio Cafe and Pub
Cheap booze, addictive chicken wings, and a friendly atmosphere – need we need to say more? The welcoming hosts at Cuscaden Patio Cafe & Pub, Jeffrie and Jennifer, will make you feel at home , and the drinks prices will leave you wanting to stay all night. A glass filled with San Miguel draft beer goes for $18 ($12 on Tuesdays) and the bucket of 6 Stella Artois beers is priced at $33 in the Happy Hour.Standing Sushi Bar
Dirty cheap sashimi, cheap drinks, the most delicious combination ever? We believe that’s the case! Sushi Bar Standing Sushi Bar serves up some appealing promotions that you’ll find it hard to not take advantage of. In the Queen Street outlet: $2 sakes, $5 drinks and wines with $3 salmon Sashimi on Thursdays and Mondays 50 percent off house pours and sushi nigiri on Tuesdays, and 50 percent off house drinks and hand-rolled sushi on Wednesdays. Happy Hour at the Marina Bay Link Mall outlet includes $5 sake, sake, beers and salmon sashimi as well as the $10 Martinis available on weeknights.Tanuki Raw
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As the sister to Standing Sushi Bar, you can expect to receive the same excellent discounts on cocktails to accompany your meal. Martinis cost $10 at Happy Hour and better yet the price of every martini you purchase allows you to order a half dozen oysters for $2 and salmon sashimi for $5. If you’re feeling crazy, Tanuki Raw also offers 50% off of a specific martini everyday.Insomnia
If you’ve ever had a time and day to stop at this watering hole, ensure it’s Wednesday between 9-11pm. Why? You can enjoy a free flow of beer or wine as well as house pours for only $20. ‘Nuff said.working title)
Cakes, coffee as well as craft beer: what else can you ask for of (working name)? We can’t think of a better option to spend your evening drinking an array of exotic beers like chocolate beers (which can be as low as $8) as you indulge in the delicious desserts this hipster café-bar offers.
We’re never enough Japanese imports, everything from to sushi to Ramen to Omakase experiences. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a boozy experience there’s a local drinking scene that is covered with plenty of places to drink sake. Are you ready to let the good times take over? Be sure to check out these fantastic sake bars that are located in Singapore and indulge in a dose of the refreshingly refreshing rice liquor.
The best Sake bars to be found in Singapore
1. Neon Pigeon
The legendary pink neon pigeon at in front of the restaurant, this modern izakaya is awash in grunge thanks to it’s dim lights and concrete-like finishes. The walls are adorned with graffiti and art by the local street artist Zero and features artworks of birds (obviously). Take a bite of Tokyo Hummus chicken karaage, chicken hummus, or even grilled octopus for sharing. Also, don’t forget to not overlooking the sake list available. If you’re not a veteran Sake drinker, this menu outlines which sakes are sweeter and dryer, so choose them according to your preferences.
In between Circular Road You might not look up the glass doors to Jidai at first, but it’s definitely worth a stop. Go inside the French-Japanese Fusion restaurant and you’ll be being welcomed by a plethora of fortune-telling cats. Sake is available in a variety of varieties and sizes, ranging starting at 300ml, and up to massive 1.8L massive bottles that can be enjoyed with a large group. Sip your glasses in a snort and enjoy these while eating delicious yakitori sticks grilled to perfection.
Jidai 9, 9 Circular Road, Singapore 049365
3. Iko Restaurant and Bar
Sake is the lifeblood of Iko’s team. Iko. This izakaya themed on cyberpunk is trying to serve things according to the “Iko way” by showcasing contemporary Japanese bistronomy using a variety of cooking methods. They take their sake serious, undergoing several tastings each month to create the sake selection. By carefully scouring through the hundreds of top craft sakes and you’ll find sakes that are both either dry or sweet.
Shukuu Japanese Izakaya as well as Sake Bar
The establishment was founded by four friends who are passionate about everything Japanese, Shukuu Izakaya is an ideal spot for those who are new to sake. It is possible to talk to the bar’s knowledgeable sake sommeliers to get advice. There’s even a sake blog on the website that gives you an idea of what you can be expecting. You can also purchase sake on the internet to be delivered and provide the Japanese experience into your home.
Hidden away on the 2nd level of a storehouse along Telok located on the second floor of a shophouse along Telok, Kabuke specialises in two things: wagyu as well as sake. Take a taste of the former in rice bowls, and topped with foie gras, uni and eel. And then you can wash it down with a selection sake from its menu of rotating. Based on the level of knowledge you have about your drink, you may drink it by the bottle, glass, or carafe.
Kabuke, 200A Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068638
6. Dosukoi x Donpachi Japanese Izakaya Dining & Sake Bar
It’s obvious that a sake place is genuine when it’s located on the floor beneath a building’s basement. Dosukoi’s interior has been decorated with a grungy, traditional style. You’ll be transported to the setting of an older Japanese drama in this. The bar offers a constantly changing range of sakes. Simply choose one from the menu, or pick an alcoholic beverage in the bar that catches your interest.
A dimly lit space, adorned with massive sake barrels that stretch from floor to ceiling Boruto recalls Tokyo’s top-end Tachinomi (standing) bars but there are seats! The bar was founded in the late Patrick Tan, owner of Tamashii Robataya, this sake bar has built a loyal popularity among Japanese expats who reside in Singapore. Choose from more than 100 different sake brands that include a wide selection of premium daiginjo junmai.
Sakemaru Artisan Sake Hideout
Sakemaru has expanded its sake subscription program with a physical bar located on the outskirts of Boat Quay. The charming hideout has more than 300 sake brands from small and less well-known breweries from Japan. They are selected with the help of head wine sommelier Tadashi Okushima. Are you stuck on a choice? Chef Daisuke Yomogi lead you on a an epic culinary journey with the 12 course Omakase. Light bites of food like picked sweet shrimp and kurobuta Ham, as well as dried fig mascarpone served on toasty baguettes, it will be a memorable experience.
Bam! Tapas Sake Bar
What happens when the traditional Japanese Aperitif is combined alongside classic Spanish Bar snacks? Bam! Tapas Sake Bar is the product. The restaurant’s shudi (the way to appreciate sake) approach is to pair the food menu of fusion tapas with sake. Unsure of what is best with duck Gyoza, cold capellini, the ebi of sakura or baby leek tempura topped with balsamic teriyaki? Ask the sake certified experts to guide you down the yellow brick path to nirvana of sake. Consider the omakase tasting if your not interested in making difficult choices.
Ishinomaki Grill & Sake
The bar and grill located in Orchard is filled with the freshest seafood available and seasonally-fresh fruits and vegetables. The space even has been designed on a cabin for a fishing vessel. You can complement the robatayaki and izakaya dishes with Ishinomaki’s exceptional assortment of top sake grades including junmai daiginjo, junmai Ginjo. Cold and hot options are available, meaning there’s something for everyone who enjoys sake.
After being on the block for twelve many years now, Orihara Shoten is the “it” spot for sake elites. If you’re looking for typical supermarket brands aren’t in the right location. These sakes are extremely rare and exclusive. They assert that, in normal conditions, their sakes wouldn’t be sold to Singapore. Although there’s an online store to make delivery easy we strongly suggest you to look through the extensive selection in the bars.