There’s a whole lot of buzz going around about Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen. Offering up yong tau fu by day, and delicious tapas and snazzy drinks by night, this popular Singapore restaurant and bar is offering something new to local foodies. Situated near the happening Club Street area in Tanjong Pagar – right in the heart of the city-state – this unique operation is the perfect place for a casual meal in the day and sophisticated drinks at night.
When restaurateur Karen Teoh decided to renew the lease of the Telok Ayer Street location of her labor of love, the Fu Ling Yong Tofu franchise, she decided to do something different – she renovated the place, adding cool decor and industrial-chic furnishings, then decided to ask chef Warren Poh to come change things up by creating a Spanish-inspired fusion tapas bar. Since that day, the restaurant and bar has taken off, becoming a huge foodie magnet all around the Club Street and Tanjong Pagar area.
Fu Lin still serves the yong tau fu that it’s known for during the day, and at night transforms into the spectacular bar and kitchen it’s becoming so well known for. The menu here includes incredible tapas such as crab risotto, garlic prawns, Scotch egg & beef brisket, duck confit, Shanghainese pork dumplings and of course, the Fu Lin Yong Tau Foo. Enjoy delights made in the INKA charcoal oven like the Iberico steak or red snapper, or simply stop by for the Tanjong Pagar bar’s incredible drinks – try the El Diablo cocktail, the Golden Mojito or the lychee martini. This restaurant is hugely popular – make sure to book ahead!
First dining experience in Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen. The food is good with a little localize cuisine. All the staffs there are very passion and friendly in serving customer.
Cosy and nice ambient with great food combination of local and fusion twist. Though some dishes might be a bit of miss but overall is very good still.
After a change of workplace a couple of years ago, Fu Lin Yong Tau Fu has changed from a typical kopitiam to a bar and restaurant setup at night. It was kind of a refreshing concept but somehow I think they could have retained/integrate the style of allowing customers to select the yong tau fu ingredients based on our preferences instead of a pre-set yong tau fu for ordering in the main menu. After all, they are famous for yong tau fu isn't it. The Yong Tau Fu is still as flavourful as before compared to what I had at the Suntec foodcourt stall which prompts my visit at this time to reminisce the authentic taste. The service is attentive and pleasant. We tried the crispy pork belly which I find it a bit too dry. The sichuan mala dumplings are adapt to local taste which is not too spicy and easy to digest.
Food was great; iberico and asparagus was unexpectedly very good, though pork belly a tad dry. Ambience was unique and service was prompt. Overall experience for a first timer was great! Should be back for more
On a Saturday Night, the whole bar is empty. Maybe after so long, then I travel to Amoy Street on a Saturday Night Out. The place is located near to Shenton Way, the business generation day could be for Weekday only. But it feel Great for me, as we just to have a place to have a small bite and a drink
Very attentive service, the food was very yummy. Will definitely go back and bring my friends along. The place was nice and cosy and I like the fusion variety.
Overall the food experience is really good, just the music had turn out abit loud, that might not be place for large group chit chat....