A tribute to the old Singapura, The Tiong Bahru Club is a stylish bar and bistro, serving up Asian and Indian cuisine in a vintage-inspired setting. Taking diners on a culinary journey back to the colonial age of the British raj from 1858 to 1947, on the menu you’ll find a range of royal dishes like the Indian railway lamb curry, as well as Asian favourites like the Singapura laksa and Hainanese chicken rice balls, and Western classics like the crispy battered fish and chips. From its quirky setting to its menu of home-style cuisine and exciting drinks list, The Tiong Bahru Club is a favourite among Singapore foodies. You’ll find it located on Eng Hoon Street in Tiong Bahru – book a table in advance to avoid missing out!
Efficient and hassle free booking procedure. Restaurant was great with good and prompt service - and the food was excellent. Some dishes are a little high priced and can be lowered to allow for more patronage. Overall just great!