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Keong Saik Road is heating up with a plethora of groovy restaurants and Don Ho Singapore is the latest to grace this dense block of F&B establishments in Chinatown. Calling itself a social kitchen and bar, this venue takes the focus back to the simple pleasures of life – divine food, exceptional cocktails and hearty conversations. This social kitchen and bar is all about the good times, so sit back amid its industrial tropical-inspired decor and pore over the innovative menu featuring fusion dishes that blend east and west, such as smoked sweet potato hummus with hazelnut dukkah and house-made focaccia or crispy skin pork belly with apple puree, fennel and sprout salad. The tropical cocktail menu is well worth a look – we love the Pineapple Express made with vodka, pineapple and local calamansi limes served in a fresh pineapple shell. With a playlist so full of Motown soul, you’ll want to stick around for a tipple afterwards.
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Ladies, be sure to book for Ladies Night on Thursdays at Don Ho from 6pm. With each reservation of five or more ladies will received a complimentary jug of the signature Tiny Bubbles! Dress to impress in your best tropical prints and the best group instapic of the night will win a bottle of prosecco at 10:30pm – tag @donho, #tinybubbles & #ladiesnight
Paying homage to its former heyday as the main thoroughfare of Singapore’s red light district in Chinatown, Keong Saik Road has undergone a renaissance and evolved to become the hottest street in the local gastronomy scene. The new kid on the block is none other than Hawaiian-inspired fusion restaurant Don Ho. Named after Sixties’ Hawaiian star Don Ho, the venue evokes casual sophistication with a tropical flair, evident not only in its interior but also the menu.
The menu infuses elements of east and west in items like pork cheeks char su sliders and freshly shucked oysters dressed in a ponzu vinaigrette. You’ll find these influences in the creative cocktail menu too, with concoctions made from ingredients such as chipotle, tamarind and green tea powder. Gather your friends for an intimate dining experience over small plates or sharing platters at this exciting fusion concept restaurant, a short walk from both Outram Park and Chinatown MRT stations in Singapore. Get ahead of the lines at Don Ho by booking a table online!