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Gem Bar is a pithy place, as upfront and plain-speaking as it is down and dirty. Its mission is plain and simple: to offer Singapore’s party set the be-all-and-end-all when it comes to bar-hopping at their premises on the corner of Ann Siang Hill and Club Street in Chinatown, equal parts intimate and raucous. But, while you can certainly find your tipple at Gem Bar, this watering hole and all-night party spot offers a good range of bar food, soups and salads, burgers and sandwiches, and gourmet pizzas. Not surprising – Gem Bar is an initiative of Singapore’s hospitality posterboys The Establishment. Book now to clear some elbow room.
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Great service; probably the #1 factor here. Very decent selection of drinks.
Gets very rowdy during the weekends. Best for gatherings during the evenings on weekdays.
Hidden "Gem" along Ann Siang Road. Great place to gather with colleagues after work.
Gem Bar is many things to many people – a default destination when you want to grab a drink in Chinatown, a spot centrally located on the corner of Ann Siang Hill and Club Street where you can get your fill of good and gourmet fast food, and a place to dance the night away. Let’s run through some of what’s on offer at one of the latest hotspots to be dreamt up by Singapore’s F&B bad-lads The Establishment, including snippets of their timeless (stopped clock) philosophy. Good girls are bad girls that never get caught. Wednesday night’s Gspot ladies’ night lays on the drinks for the fairer sex, with a half dozen blowjobs, orgasm, sex on the beach shooters and slippery nipples at prices that would make Bugis’ best blush. I intend to live forever. So far so good. Keep reading, then, if you’re not already booking.
You used to be indecisive. Now I’m not so sure. No indecision here for frugal types stalking Singapore’s Chinatown for cheap thrills and eats: Gem Bar’s Cheap Bastard’s Monday offers rockbottom housepours and pizzas, while Tostada Tuesday does the same for what the Spanish call their toasted sandwiches. With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Yes, right into Gem Bar’s kitchen where they get marinated and served up as tangy baby back ribs. I don’t suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it. This is, finally, the conclusion that most punters who drop into Gem Bar’s Ann Siang Hill premises draw. Book a booth if you would like to be one of the lunatics taking over this particular asylum.