A toast with Mile Zero 🍸 a special creation for Fullerton Building’s 90th Birthday! The combination of vodka and Baileys deliver a nice punch for me. But those who can’t drink, you can also go for the Milo Zero mocktail that’s topped with loads of Milo crunch.

Sipping these bespoken cocktails and indulging in sharing platters or grilled specialities as we soak in the lively ambience.

What more, party from 8 pm to 12 midnight daily with their Liquid Buffet promotion as you enjoy free-flow of drinks (available on their liquid buffet menu) at just $35++ for 2 hours. Now, where’s my drinking buddies?

Psst, quote “WELCOME RUMOURS” when you purchase any mains and get a complimentary Rumours Grilled Cheese Burger. Promo until 31 August 2018. Don’t say bojio~


A refreshing cocktail that pair Tumeric with Tropical Fruit. Counting down to Heritage Festival, happening from 30 June – 9 July 2017, as we celebrate the rich heritage of the Botanic Gardens.


Love this meaty and tender baby back pork ribs that's glistening in homemade BBQ sauce!

Also get to indulge in cocktails executed with an Asian flair such as Tom Yum Bloody Mary ($25). Vodka infused with tom yum broth, garnished with kaffir like leaves, lemon grass and bird's eye chilli. A wedge of calamansi at the side for extra sour kick.


Wind down the hectic week by having a beer or two and pair it off with their Signature Wings ($13 for 6 pieces, $19 for 10 pieces) and Mushroom & Truffle Oil Flatbread ($23.90)

Love the crispy flatbread, which is kinda similar to a pizza. Smothered with garlic mayo and generous serving of mushrooms, the dish is enhance with a dash of truffle oil.


One of the trendy hangout-spot now as they boast diverse range of restaurants and drinking holes to beauty concepts.

We had the chance to visit Quaich Bar, the first dedicated whisky bar in Singapore! Over 500 labels can be found here and at least 95 percent are Scottish labels, great for collectors to drop by. Alternatively, go for Single Malt Tasting Set (from $45 for 4 tasting portion) to experience the whisky flavours.


Cheers to another weekend! What better way to spend it then getting drunk 😉 Tried beer cocktails for the first time and oh boy it's good!

Here we have Green Weenie, Absolutely and the one I like best, Diesel Mileage. A concoction of blackcurrant infused with Paulaner’s Original Munich Lager and topped with a dash of Sprite, its sweeter than normal beer but no bitter aftertaste. Too much a lady drink? You can get Paulaner’s beers instead, half-pint $16 and one pint at $18.


Served with Lavender Prawns. Concocted with the flesh of watermelon, French elderflower liqueur, fresh citrus, and vodka, it was a perfect balance of flavours as it retains the light floral sweetness of the ingredients.

Museo is one of the merchants on both Cheers Singapore and Entertainer Singapore 2017 apps. Thus, you not only get to enjoy one for one deal on food but also on alcoholic drinks. Each app retails at $125 and are available for purchase via https://www.theentertainerme.com.


Who had caught the final episode of Goblin?

No more Goblin drama but the rainy weather is a good time to indulge in Sweet Potato Latte ($7 for hot) or Mojito Black Vitali-Tea ($8 for hot) along with Injeolmi Toast with Red Bean ($8.50). Sweet potato latte was legit similar to those I had in Korea since they use dehydrated sweet potato powder instead of syrup! Bite a mouthful of the toasted sandwich with a sip of hot latte, can't help but wish I'm back in Korea.


Dietary Cocktails!! Indulgence without guilt since each concoction is less than 100 calories. Cucumber Mojito, a twist on the classic Mojito. Crafted with white rum, cucumber, mint and citrus, it has a clean refreshing taste.

This year Entertainer had launched Cheers App, so you can now kick back and enjoy great 1-for-1 deals on drinks at some of the nicest watering holes in Singapore too!


Made of whiskey, young ginger, lemongrass and oak chip smoke, you'll smell the "poisonous" gas before sipping the spiced smokey drink. Warning: there are different "side effects" so read what your label says.

During this festive season, they came up with a three-course menu that uses iconic ingredients of Christmas, bringing happiness to us. Cocktail pairing (additional $20++) is also available whereby you'll try two unique cocktails.

Shown here is the main course, Holiday Turkey. Marinated turkey breast medallions are cooked sous-vide style keeping it juicy and tender unlike the dry turkey we normally consume. Watercress purée base adds a touch of colour and enhance the overall flavours. Pair it with Santa Red cocktail for a wonderful dining experience 🍷


Cassie Ong

Level 9 Burppler · 1554 Reviews

A bit of sweetness can drown out a whole load of bitterness. So I’m always having sweets 🧁🍧🍡

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