The sophisticated dudes behind Singapore’s The Men’s Room and the Mad Men Attic Bar operate on many levels. With The Pecking Order they’ve brought their charming brand of bar life and fusion food to the ground floor. But you shouldn’t mistake The Pecking Order’s down-to-earth position along North Canal Road, behind Boat Quay and close to Raffles Place, for lowliness when it comes to the food and drink inside. This is a vibrant, colourful spot in Singapore’s Central Business District to find a bite to eat all day long, for after-work drinks, or a full-on night out with music and more.
Great place to hang out after work (though it could get pretty loud if you're looking for a quiet way to end your day). Chill vibes with great food & great drinks. Would love to drop by again!
Great food and friendly service. Loved the mushroom with egg dish. Conducive environment for gathering with friends
Forget the rest, this is the best: the savvy madmen behind quality crop of hip
Singapore bars and cafés – The Merry Men Kitchen & Bar, The Mad Men Attic Bar,
and The Men’s Room – have done it again with The Pecking Order. With
characteristic cool, The Merry Men Collective have slotted a diminutive small-plate
restaurant and bar into an alleyway tucked behind Boat Quay, in Singapore’s Central
Business District along North Canal Road. Guinness, Kirin, Heineken, and a
judicious few more beers are available on tap, which is already enough to make this
charming hangout popular with the after-work crowd. Whiskies, gins, and a stellar
range of signature cocktails (their Chrysanthemum Martini gives the classic an
eastern twist) elevate The Pecking Order far above the standard watering-hole.
But there’s more. The Pecking Order has bags of style to go with its well tended bar. Singapore’s The Merry Men Collective have always matched a good eye with an elegant palate, and one of the best drawcards for The Pecking Order is not only its great off-street, alleyway location down North Canal Road behind Boat Quay, but the tastefully curated interior and vintage decor. As if that weren’t enough, live music is a regular feature, cycling through some of Singapore’s best independent artists. And then there’s the food. Good grub is the true focus at The Pecking Order, with modern European and fusion dishes served small-plate scale in astonishing variety. Roasted bone marrow, truffle and blue cheese roasted potatoes, prawn tagliatelle, and a rather famous roast beef sandwich are all examples of The Pecking Order’s proper, high-quality bar fare. It’s the food, plus the great atmosphere and a supremely stylish bar culture that gets crowds voting for the Pecking Order over all others in Singapore’s Central Business District and beyond.