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Just when you thought you’d already found your favourite bar in Singapore, Lin Rooftop Bar just arrived to knock you off your feet. As its name suggests, the bar can be found on a rooftop, more specifically on the Link Hotel along Tiong Bahru Road, just moments away from Tiong Bahru and Outram Park stations. The perfect place to catch up with friends or impress that special someone, this hip watering hole features delicious Asian tapas and fusion dishes alongside their sophisticated cocktails and craft brews. Reserving ahead is essential for this Tiong Bahru hotspot.
Food is nice. Price is affordable. A good place to chill with friends Breezy place and quite convenience location. It located at the roof top of Link Hotel.
Lin was a nice place to eat, drink and chat with friends. If it is windy its even better. I enjoyed the out door experience and being away from the traffic. The music was soothing and it was a perfect evening for good conversation.
Cozy place to hang out on a Friday night but the male service staff there had some serious attitude problem. Food was just average, those that was stated chef recommendation wasn't really that fantastic as well.
Whether it’s for sophisticated after-work drinks, an unforgettable romantic date, or simply a get-together with great friends, Lin Rooftop Bar in Singapore’s Tiong Bahru offers the ideal setting. Located on the rooftop of the classy Link Hotel on Tiong Bahru Road, Lin Rooftop Bar features gorgeous furnishings and is surrounded in tall bamboo, creating an environment that’s almost otherworldly. With its one-of-a-kind setting, the bar is also great for private hire.
Locals have been raving about the cocktails over at Lin Rooftop Bar in Singapore’s Tiong Bahru, especially favourites such as the Rustic Sky (rum, sour plum mix and lime juice) and the Road to Ultra, a deliciously strong drink made with gin, vodka, rum, tequila, melon liqueur and pineapple juice. When it comes to the food, we can’t recommend the Asian tapas highly enough, especially the hum-dan tiger prawns, the Lin beef sliders, the Lin garlic fries or the wu xiang pop, deep-fried chicken covered in five spice powder and crispy Thai basil. With happy hour every day of the week from 5pm to 8pm, Lin Rooftop Bar provides a luxurious place to drink superlative cocktails and eat gourmet food at a reasonable price. Booking ahead is essential.