52A Amoy Street
Singapore 069878

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06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am


06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

There’s no need to stay dry during this #StayHome period when Singapore’s top bars have hustled to come up with ingenious ways to get their liquid concoctions to us (and goodness knows we need it more than ever!).

A fine example is @NativeBarSg, ranked no. 12 on #Worlds50bestbars. I got to try their new range of bottled cocktails when co-owner Vijay dropped them off at my home two nights ago. After opening the first of their four cocktails, the “Hibiscus” to be specific, you can colour me impressed. I loved its refreshing and none-too-sweet blend of hawthorn distillate, hibiscus jus and kithul palm syrup coupled with the buzz from the high alcohol kick (approximately 23% to 25%).

I am now more excited than ever to slowly savour the other three:

- The “Foragers’ Garden” - Composed of housemade matcha, bluepea flowers, calamansi and matcha kombucha, this also has an alcohol content of about 23% to 25%.

- The “Peranakan” - A jackfruit rum, laksa leaves, goat’s milk, candlenut and gula melaka blend that is stronger at 30% alcohol level.

- The “Pineapple Arrack” - An even more potent creation with Ceylon arrack, old coconuts, pineapple skin and Sri Lankan spices, estimated to hit the 33% to 35% mark in alcohol.

Their bottled cocktails are extremely easy to enjoy as they only need to be stuck in the fridge to chill (shelf life is 6 months but frankly, I am sure to be done with them much quicker) and then poured over ice. One bottle is good for between 6 and 8 portions, which makes it good value and more importantly, very-pleasurable-bang-for-your-buck if you ask me.

To order, just DM @NativeBarSg on Instagram.


Nowadays I fall in love with coffee cocktails. I like the taste and how it's being presented.

Sweet, sour, spicy, salty - all in one drink. Still very impressed by how enthusiastic the bar tenders here are!


This place is ranked as one of the World’s 50 Best Bars and famous for the organic ingredients with local twists. Each drink is about $20-25 and everything here is quite unique and LEGIT!

The drinks taste light and fresh, but don’t underestimate, they are just good quality hard liquor. Depends on your tolerance level, you can certainly feel it up your head after 2-3 drinks. The ice cube is also professionally done. So again, if you are into the “strong taste” (like whiskey), maybe the drinks are not your cup of tea. If you are into some refreshing, unique and good quality cocktail, it’s highly recommended!

Sometimes they bring out shots of soju on the house and they are super tasty too.

Staff are patient and friendly - they will go through all the details going into the drinks if you have a moment to listen (or not because they will do the intro regardless 😓).

Had interesting and innovative cocktails here which ingredients are either regionally sourced or house-made.

We tried Arak Bali (balinese arak, papaya, banana, ginger, champak flower, coconut nectar) & peranakan (jackfruit rum, laksa leaves, goat’s milk, candlenut and gula melaka).

Arak Bali: The flavour of the cocktail’s changes when you drink it together with different edible flowers. Feel like having 3 different kinds of cocktail! A lot of surprises and fun while having it.

Peranakan: was advised to drink the cocktail first then have the jelly on top. Wasn’t as interesting as the Arak Bali but still a nice one.

Impressed by the bar tender who shared with you everything about the bar and the story behind the cocktail. Should come again and try the other drinks like ‘strawberry kimchi’ or even grasshopper (which really contains grasshopper!)

Warm cashew milk chai spiked with Old Monk rum, served in the cutest little clay cup. I am completely, utterly sold. This is a mindblowingly delicious drink, especially if you’re a fan of the Indian tea.