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SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
Fabrika by Chivas 18

  • Fabrika by Chivas 18

The buzz: A new sky terrace bar rules the roost atop downtown boutique hotel, The Klapsons—another welcome addition to the burgeoning list of sky-high drinking haunts around town.

The décor: Like most vertically-inclined watering holes, Fabrika by Chivas 18 (it’s a collaboration between the hotel and the whisky label) went for the lounge-esque resort approach. Taking in exotic Morroco as inspiration, the décor here features lovely mosaic tables, white daybeds with cushions, jeweled candleholders and Bedouin-like canopies.

The drinks: This being a Chivas 18 branded bar, you can expect loads of the Scottish amber nectar on the menu. Noteworthy cocktails include Black Infinity ($14), Chivas Sour ($14) and our favorite Chivas Sling ($16), which is a mix of Chivas Regal 18, Absolut Pear, Yakult (yes, the one with good bacteria) and lemonade.

The food: Check out the Chivas-marinated (a little of an overkill) beef skewers ($12), turmeric-marinated chicken wings ($8) as well as the deep-fried Snickers bar ($8).

The crowd: Smart-suited executives and trendy tipple hunters looking for a breath of fresh air.

Why you’ll be back: What could be better than watching the night come alive from a rooftop with a cocktail in hand?


Like the view from up top? Check out Singapore's best rooftop bars.

Events Happening at Fabrika by Chivas 18
Try and spot the next big thing at this platform for local musicians, set in Klapsons Hotel's exciting sky terrace bar.   
1-for-1 beers, Chivas cocktails, wine by the glass, Perrier Jouet Grand Brut by the bottle and house pour spirits by the glass and bottle, including Chivas 18YO and Absolut Vodka.
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Phone: 6521-9029
Fabrika by Chivas 18, 17/F Klapsons, The Boutique Hotel, 15 Hoe Chiang Rd., Singapore, 089316 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Tanjong Pagar

Website:

klapsons.com

Opening Hours:

Mon-Tue 5pm-midnight; Wed-Fri 5pm-1am
7.66667
 
 
Fabrika by Chivas 18

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