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    Loof, Singapore
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    Wings la, Singapore
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    Asian Sensation Penang Padi, Singapore

The buzz: Fans of rooftop bars take note. After a short hiatus, Loof has emerged with a facelift and new local focused concept in May 2012.

The décor: The Loof crew has made some serious effort to jazz up the space, sporting a chic yet laidback look. We’re really digging fresh features like the super cute addition, The Mama Shop, which sells a collection of old school knickknacks (from $0.50). Anyone else up for a drunken game of five stones ($2.50)?

The food: Singaporean faves with a twist have resulted in elevated pub grub items such as Wings Lah, sambal tumis chicken wings ($18), and a ridiculously addictive chili crab dip with fried mantou ($16). Need some serious stomach-padding goods? Then order up some Lamb Rack Lollipops ($28) or a Ramly burger ($18).

The drinks: There’s a handsome list of cocktails to choose from, as well as beers ($13-16) from countries in the region like Thailand, Laos and Korea. Sure, they’ve kept a handful of standbys including The Gummiberry ($18), but it’s the Asian-inspired newbies (all $17) that have our vote. Vodka-based concoctions like 254 are spiked with fresh chili and soy sauce, but our top pick’s definitely the Singapore Sour—an unusual but delish marriage of sour, salty and sweet.

The music: Chill tunes made up of a pretty diverse blend of ‘80s & ‘90s hits, old school bands and even some disco.

The crowd: Hip creative types and well-dressed execs after a post-work tipple rule the deck on weeknights, while weekends see a more eclectic mix.

Why you’ll be back: Great location and view aside, this cool spot has mastered the dangerous combo of good drinks and good food. Plus, happy hour’s on from 5-8pm, Mondays through Fridays.

Don't miss: Chili crab dip. It's one of I-S Magazine's 50 things to eat in Singapore before you die (2012).

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Events Happening at Loof
Dust off those hippie tie-dye shirts and celebrate the '90s with DJ Uncle Johnny, who will drop tracks by Depeche Mode, Interpol, The Clash and other high school faves.
House pours cost $5++ from 5-5:59pm, $6++ from 6-6:59pm and $7++ from 7-7:59pm. The promotion extends to 8:30pm ($8++ from 8-8:30pm) for UOB cardholders. House pours include beers, wines and spirits.
House pour spirits, beers and wines by the glass are priced according to the hour on the clock. For example, $5 drinks between 5-5.59pm, $6 drinks between 6-6.59pm and $7 drinks between 7-7.59pm. UOB cardholders enjoy extended happy hour until 8:30pm.
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Phone: 9773-9304
Loof, #03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, 331 North Bridge Rd., Singapore, 188720 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Bras Basah

Opening Hours:

Mon-Thu 5pm-1am; Fri-Sat 5pm-3am


Driveway to Terminal 4 departure. Photo credit: Changi Airport Group

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