Hero’s Singapore is the place to be for live music and live sport. On Circular Road around Boat Quay, Hero’s Singapore is a huge, Wild West-style place where a good atmosphere is guaranteed thanks to a regular live band and many, many TV screens. The kitchen offers an irresistible fusion of Indian and Western food which means kebabs, wraps, pizzas and plenty more besides, and in terms of drinks Hero’s Singapore is one of a kind. In the VIP area, guests can pour their own cold beer right at their table and track exactly how much they’re drinking (and spending) on an electronic display. For one heck of a good time, we really can’t get enough of Hero’s Singapore.
So, let’s hear more about the Hero’s Singapore Wild West theme. In terms of decor there is lots of exposed stone and brick as well as plenty of wood (most of which is recycled). Then, this intriguing space on Circular Road has walls adorned with longhorn skulls, saddles and other Wild West bits & bobs. It’s a great space and one that’s rightly very popular with Boat Quay locals and visitors. If you’re just in to drink, Hero’s Singapore offer the VIP serve yourself drinking area we’ve already mentioned, as well as a bar stocked full of quality whisky, craft beer and signature cocktails.
Food, glorious food, and happily for us Hero’s Singapore is open for lunch as well as dinner. The name of the game is a fusion of Indian and Western food and a few of our favourite dishes from the dinner menu include the beef steak straight from the grill served with veggies, the chicken tikka burger, the Hero’s kebab pizza or, if there’s a few of you, try sharing a full tandoori chicken with a few sides of masala fries. On Circular Road, Hero’s Singapore is about equidistant between Clarke Quay and Raffles Place MRT stations, right on the bank of the Singapore River and close to Elgin Bridge. Reserve a table now.