The Cooperage Singapore is first and foremost an excellent whisky bar, but it also serves exquisite food at dinner. Whilst The Cooperage Singapore is a chic and stylish spot with plenty of buzz, there’s no pretence here and the team behind the wheel believe in providing good, affordable whisky that everyone can enjoy. More than 200 whiskies are available and complemented by a food menu that offers everything from donburi bowls to mains like duck confit with truffle mash and orange sauce or Black Angus steaks. You’ll find The Cooperage Singapore on Hong Kong Street around Boat Quay where we advise arriving armed with a reservation.
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Great atmosphere! Hope to visit again! Food was really good!
went there for a birthday celebration and was impressed by the excellent service of staff who cooperated with the many requests to keep it a surprise (thank you so much!) food was amazing and we were spoilt for choice with the drinks menu. recommended visit if you're a whiskey lover!
Incredible selection of whiskys, and value for money! Food was also excellent despite the relatively smaller selection. I would like to return to the Cooperage soon!
Whisky bars in Singapore are becoming more and more popular these days, and while The Cooperage in Boat Quay may be a pretty new kid on the Dot, it’s already earnt quite the reputation for itself. The Cooperage Singapore is run by a dedicated and experienced team who know what it takes to make a bar in Singapore a success, hence the attention to detail here is second to none. Then, what’s probably contributed to the reputation of The Cooperage even more is the vast whisky selection. It ranges in price and/or quality meaning The Cooperage is fit for all, and it’s served by bar staff with knowledge of its origins.
In terms of food, The Cooperage Singapore is just open for dinner but the menu is brimming with quality. If you only feel like a light bite, consider oysters sold by the dozen, a platter of cheese and cold cuts or a selection of The Cooperage’s canapes. The pan-fried foie gras adds a touch of indulgence while the wasabi octopus is zingy and fresh. For a larger meal there is pasta, pizza and mains – as well as those already mentioned above – like pan-fried silver cod in miso sauce with giant asparagus, or herb-infused lamb cutlets. The Cooperage Singapore looks set to become a Boat Quay institution. Reserve a table now.