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SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
Orihara Shoten

  • Orihara Shoten
    Orihara Liquor Shop & Bar
  • Orihara Shoten
    Orihara Liquor Shop & Bar
  • Orihara Shoten
    Orihara Liquor Shop & Bar

They’ve traded the Four Seasons concept (TOO clever, perhaps) in favor of four more descriptive flights: Refreshing, Rich, Amai (sweet), and Karakuchi (dry). You get three cups filled to the brim for $30, and if it’s not too busy (get there before 8pm) the server will describe the origin and characteristics of each type of sake. Otherwise, you can read about them in the tome-like menu. We like the Refreshing set. But why take our word for it—just try all four. Then pad your stomach with an awesome bowl of oden or yakitori from next door. In addition to the unbelievable selection of sake, addictive bar snacks and friendly service, we like the selection of ceramic and glass cups you get to choose from when you open a bottle.

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Phone: 6836-5710
Orihara Shoten, #01-02 Robertson Walk, 11 Unity St., Singapore, 237995 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Mon-Wed 7pm-midnight; Thu-Sat 7pm-1:30am
7.83333
 
 
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