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Wine Bars Restaurants in Singapore

 Getting to know the best wine bars in your Singapore district

Whether you’re living in Orchard, Holland Park, Pasir Panjang, Bukit Timah or Marina Bay, you’ll be sure to find a brilliant Singapore wine bar mere minutes from your apartment or house. Visiting Singapore and staying at a luxurious resort or hotel? Chances are there are a handful of wine bars within walking distance from your accommodation just waiting to be discovered, so read on, and let Quandoo do all the hard work for you!

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Potato Head Folk

Potato Head Folk

Keong Saik
Bar
4.9/6374
Potato Head Folk
Alter Ego

Alter Ego

Esplanade
Bar$$$$
4.9/6365
Alter Ego
The 1925 Microbrewery & Restaurant

The 1925 Microbrewery & Restaurant

Little India
Bar$$$$
4.7/6230
The 1925 Microbrewery & Restaurant
Southbridge

Southbridge

Boat Quay
Bar$$$$
5.1/6100
Southbridge
Praelum Wine Bistro

Praelum Wine Bistro

Duxton
Bar$$$$
5.1/6115
Praelum Wine Bistro
Burp Kitchen and Bar - Bedok

Burp Kitchen and Bar - Bedok

Bedok
Bar$$$$
5.0/696
Burp Kitchen and Bar - Bedok
Atmosphere Bistro Bar - East Coast Park

Atmosphere Bistro Bar - East Coast Park

East Coast
Bar$$$$
4.8/668
Atmosphere Bistro Bar - East Coast Park
Smoke & Mirrors

Smoke & Mirrors

City Hall
Bar$$$$
4.0/647
Smoke & Mirrors
Saturday House

Saturday House

Paya Lebar
Bar$$$$
4.7/676
Saturday House
Lantern

Lantern

Raffles Place
Bar$$$$
5.1/624
Lantern
Mr Punch Public House

Mr Punch Public House

Bras Basah
Bar$$$$
5.0/648
Mr Punch Public House
OSG - Our Simple Goodness

OSG - Our Simple Goodness

City Hall
Bar$$$$
4.9/638
OSG - Our Simple Goodness
Georges At The Cove

Georges At The Cove

Pasir Ris
Bar$$$$
4.9/645
Georges At The Cove
Mel's Place

Mel's Place

East Coast
Bar$$$$
4.9/640
Mel's Place
Rooftop Bar at Screening Room

Rooftop Bar at Screening Room

Chinatown
Bar$$$$
5.1/614
Rooftop Bar at Screening Room
Malthouse

Malthouse

East Coast
Bar
5.2/629
Malthouse
Cheval Cafe Bar Bistro

Cheval Cafe Bar Bistro

Woodlands
Bar$$$$
4.8/630
Cheval Cafe Bar Bistro
Georges Beach Club

Georges Beach Club

East Coast
Bar$$$$
5.0/624
Georges Beach Club
Bar on Chulia

Bar on Chulia

Raffles Place
Bar$$$$
4.7/620
Bar on Chulia
Grapevine Cafe Bar & Restaurant

Grapevine Cafe Bar & Restaurant

Serangoon
Bar$$$$
4.9/628
Grapevine Cafe Bar & Restaurant
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    You’re never too far from a wine bar in Singapore

    In case you were wondering, wine bars in Singapore are not your basic, run-of-the-mill places where waiters pour you a glass of wine and then scurry off leaving the bottle on the table. Heck, no! Singapore’s wine bars are sophisticated, swanky and quite technologically-advanced if we’re quite honest. You’ll find wine bars that have upwards of a hundred different kind of wines on tap served from enomatic wine dispensers, and with that many options on the wine list, there’s sure to be something for even the most discerning of wine connoisseurs. There are also wine bars in Singapore where you can pour your own wine from a selection of open bottles, and settle up at the end of the night. On the other hand, there are certain wine bars across the Lion City which run happy hours starting at 5pm with glasses for $5, and the price increases by $1 every hour until regular prices resume after 8pm. So no matter your budget, you’ll certainly find a wine bar in Singapore that will keep the wine flowing ‘til you’ve had your fill.
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    Singapore’s wine bars focus on more than just wine

    So we already know that wine is a food group of its own; but what about those times when you need some other form of sustenance to accompany your glasses, carafes or bottles of glorious grape juice? Serious wine drinkers will be glad to discover that most wine bars in Singapore have food menus that are nearly as long as their wine lists. At a Spanish tapas and wine bar, you might find chefs serving up plates of crispy patatas bravas drizzled in garlic and chilli sauce, fried calamari rings, or serrano ham and manchego croquettes. If you’re at a French wine bar in Singapore, you can expect dishes like steak tartare, generous charcuterie plates heaped high with vegetables, cheese and cured meats, or pots of pâté served with crusty, fresh baguettes. At other wine bars across Singapore, there are even Asian fusion bar snacks, sliders, and much more filling treats.
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    Finding the best wine bars in Singapore with Quandoo

    Finding the ideal Singaporean wine bar is easy-peasy when you’ve got Quandoo on hand to help you out. All you have to do is search by cuisine type (in this case, wine bars), area or price range, then you can browse all the results. You can also read reviews from fellow Quandoo users, check chef’s favourite items at different restaurants and peruse opening hours before making your mind up! Then, once you’ve made your decision you can easily book online in a few short taps on your smartphone without any need to make an awkward phone call! It’s really that simple. Plus, with Quandoo, you can earn Loyalty Points which can be converted into cashback everytime you leave a review, which rewards you to eat out more often without worrying about your bank balance. The very best wine bars in Singapore are eagerly awaiting your visit, so what are you waiting for? Cheers!