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Club July Stagmont Ring, just a short walk from Yew Tree station and an even shorter walk from the Chao Chu Kang Stadium, is a safe haven from the busy pace of life in Singapore. Here guests can unwind, play board games, watch TV, have a quiet beer and eat a fantastic Chinese meal. Located – unsurprisingly – on Stagmont Ring – this club, bar and restaurant is only a quick journey from the bright lights and loud noises of the CBD, but in terms of atmosphere it is a million miles away.
Super delicious food and nice ambience for a perfect outing with friends.
Atmosphere is great for rowdy parties, food's average but reasonable priced, recreation room is pretty entertaining.
Its a pity... no longer a place suitable for dining with your pet. Surrounded by construction site now... environment os dusty and run down. Menu on their website is misleading as actual menu at the cafe is much limited.
Visiting Singapore can be a daunting task for foreigners. So much congestion, noise and action in the streets, coupled with the constant mash of languages and cultures can get a bit much. There is a place, though, where relaxation is king and unwinding is paramount. Club July – on Stagmont Ring, not far from Chao Chu Kang Stadium – is a destination for a quiet evening’s entertainment, for great Chinese food and for meeting friends.
Their goal down on Stagmont Ring is simple. To provide the home comforts that many lack, and to find a place where the community can gather to enjoy the finer things in life. Board games, karaoke and TVs are available to peruse at your leisure, and their restaurant serves up Singapore specialities that reflect the Chinese heritage of many in the country. Make your way down to Club July in Chao Chu Kang for a respite from the chaos of the city, and for a great feed as well.