When drinking holes took hold, palettes took flight. So say Jekyll & Hyde, and if you can be moved by this kind of poetry then you’re ready to take a journey into some of Tanjong Pagar’s best bottles, beers, sake, wine and cocktail creations. Jekyll & Hyde’s Tras Street has quickly become a trendy spot for those in the know for a bit of Singapore-style mixing and mingling. Without a doubt, this is a bar that raises the bar for a city crowded with watering holes, fuelled by curiosity and imagination and more than a dash of fire in the water. Book a place in advance.
We all have a little bad inside, a bit of Mr. Hyde. We could create a mysterious potion, one we hope will suppress those unsociable urges and save face; or we can let the beast run, loosen up, let our dark side emerge, and enjoy it. Thankfully those in Singapore needn’t choose one or the other, because there is a stylish downtown joint that conveniently, elegantly takes care of both. Just off Maxwell Road on Tras Street, Jekyll & Hyde boasts a large, open-concept bar at the front and a smaller, intimate bar out back, both crewed by mixologists able to curate your path to debauchery or concoct a potion to save you from yourself.
Despite its name there is no identity crisis at Jekyll & Hyde on Tras Street. This very cool, very sleek cocktail bar is totally in control of who it is and it knows very well what it does best. Thanks to a superstar selection of sake, spirits, beer wine and sundries – up there with Singapore’s best boozy boutiques but at underground prices – the standard is elite but the vibe is relaxed and casual. Next time you’re in Tanjong Pagar, slink down to a booked bar stool at Jekyll & Hyde and order the signature Mr Bean cocktail, a strangely subtle and very Singaporean mix of Lao Ban beancurd, butterscotch liqueur, Frangelico and kaya.
Had quite a number of happy hour sets, they were all worth it. Got to try their new drinks too!
Happy hour was great as usual! The drinks are also very well mixed
As usual, they’re always very delighted to introduce their drinks. We go for the happy hours on weekdays from 6-8pm. They have one for one cocktails (but both have to be the same) so it’s extremely worth it.
Still very much love that place for drinks. It is our girls' usual catch up place now. Do hope Jekyll & Hyde would have more choices of bar snacks or food offer in the menu soon... we girls tend to get hungry as we drink...
First time back to Jekyll & Hyde after their renovation, and really enjoyed our evening there. Atypically quiet for a Thursday evening, but was good for us to chat and have a good conversation with the bartender (Zach? Zac? Sorry bro I didn't get your name). Drinks were very meticulously prepared, interestingly presented, tasted good, and excellently priced during happy hour. Would go back again, hands down
Our favourite place to hang out with my gals nowadays. Love the drinks menu and happy hour offer! Hope Jekyll & Hyde can do better for the snacks menu.
Jekyll & Hyde is a very cozy place for meet ups and chilling with friends. Tried a few specialty drinks as recommended by my friend.
Nice place with interesting cocktails. Do go before 8pm as their happy hour ends at 8pm. Drinks are pricey if there is no HH. Tapas were good as well. We had the chicken and fish, both were really nice. Too bad the scotch eggs and octopus werent available.
My second time here! Still like it despite that crazy drunk girl screaming...seriously. Negroni perfect but Glass was chipped. Good hospitality dictates mix a new drink but it’s Singapore they don’t give a shit and pour your already drunk drink in a new glass. Apology not accepted.
Lovely place and very friendly team :) we tried the Tao Huey cocktail which imo, is really nice. 2nd round was a shared cocktail ala steamboat style with dry ice in it. Overall experience was great!