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Bishan Street 14, behind Bishan Stadium, is a hub for the community in this Singapore suburb. Club July Bishan aims to be at the centre of this local activity, and their venue is certainly putting them in a prime position to do that. They offer all the things that keep the average Singaporean happy: karaoke, board games, TVs and superb Chinese food in their restaurant. Make sure you book a table in advance to avoid disappointment.
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Good food. Although wrong order came but they changed to the correct one immediately. Will visit again and definitely recommend others to come to, club july
Good food! We ordered different items abd it all turned out great! Service was prompt and staff was friendly! We were all happy! Will definitely go back!
Not too bad , gd darts games but the prices of drinks has increased by alot which is a turnoff. I will still come for the service and location
For those wanting a respite from the heat, hustle and congestion of the Singapore CBD and Bishan, Club July can provide a superb haven. Their location on Bishan Street 14 is central to the action within the suburb, but their interior provides an oasis away from the pandemonium of the surrounding streets. Sing a few hits on the karaoke, play a board game or a game of pool, eat in the Chinese restaurant or just sit back and sink a few beers: the choice is yours.
Club July on Bishan Street 14 is known as a relaxing spot a place to get away from the fervour of downtown Singapore, but the locals of Bishan know better. Ask them, and you’ll find out that the real winning secret of Club July is the restaurant, which serves up Singaporean and Chinese specialities. Local favourites of chilli crab and curry fish head are on the menu, alongside shark’s fin soup, chicken wings and even a few token Western dishes. The allure of Club July is such that it – just like everything in Singapore – can draw a crowd, so book a table now and get down there.