With its location in Boat Quay right by the Singapore River, Southbridge is a popular bar for after-work drinks and light bites among the CBD crowd. See and be seen, slurp and sip your way through the wide selection of oysters, champagnes and handcrafted cocktails as you take in panoramic views of the Singapore skyline from five storeys up. Easily the hottest bar in the Boat Quay district, you’ll want to reserve a table at Southbridge to avoid disappointment.
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The waitress made a disappointing response when she figured out that we weren't ordering bottle, but glasses of champagne. That was not a very pleasant moment, but the overall atmosphere was very nice.
Great rooftop bar bang in the centre of the CBD! The vibe id great, music is amazing and it's not too loud. Great place to hang out for a date or with a group of friends. Our servers were extremely helpful and even though we got basic Gin n Tonics, they were very patient with our orders, considering we were a big group of friends. Definitely coming back!
Treat yourself to stunning views of Singapore’s panoramic skyline from Southbridge, a one-of-its-kind oyster and cocktail bar in Boat Quay that stands right along the edge of the Singapore River. Located on the fifth storey of a refurbished heritage shophouse, evenings at Southbridge sees it packed with busy CBD professionals kicking back with a tipple before they call it a day.
The menu at this Boat Quay hotspot is geared towards small bites, which includes an impressive array of oysters, seafood and sliders bound to whet the appetite. Start off with a tray of the signature umami oysters, served with the tangy hints of ponzu and yuzu sauce; or help yourself to lobster knuckle rolls from the seafood bar. If you’re looking for tasty concoctions, you’ll be pleased to know that Southbridge offers a wide range of handcrafted cocktails, as well as an extensive collection of wines, spirits and champagnes to suit every occasion. Come on down to the hottest bar at Boat Quay to see what the fuss is about, but don’t forget to reserve ahead of your visit.