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7 Ann Siang Hill
Singapore 069791

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06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am



06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

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Might not be top in some official rankings, but OD is a bar that truly has me enamoured. I have never once been disappointed by new concoctions in their ever-changing menu.
This Harajuku Highball ($25) is really easy to drink. With smoked pear and quince tea kombucha as ingredients, it was pleasantly sweet whilst still carrying an enchanting complexity. The candied walnut is also a charming finish touch.


O.D. has been one of my favourite bars for years now for a good reason - their drinks are so creative and exciting and well made, that they are so well worth the price. Their menu often changes but their classics are well worth trying as well. The staff are super knowledgeable as well and always friendly and happy to chat.

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Underground speakeasy, with drinks of secret alcoholic tones. I got Snow, which tasted like Yakult with white chocolate. I very much love the Hot n Cold, with the hot coconut foam lying over cold alcohol. The Salted Egg also reminds me of a dinosaur egg and it's presentation is en pointe: opening it emits a smell of burnt hay and star anise (which I'm not a fan of). It tastes heavily like toffee too. Many exotic drinks which I'll be back for!!


So Hot & Cold might have gotten all the love (even the friendly staff raved about that one instead), but this was easily my favourite drink of the night.
This was refreshing and the tangy and creamy yoghurt complemented the liquor well. What I couldn't get however, was the frozen yoghurt beads in the white chocolate bowl- they were tasteless except for the familar sourness of yoghurt, but completely unsweetened, so it wasn't my favourite to eat. But overall, this was a really enjoyable drink that you'll want to take time to savour down to the last drop.


Having read so much about it, and it being written as one of OD's classics on the menu, this was of course, a must-order.
Have it immediately and you'll soon see how apt its name is. A warm luscious thick foam seperates your lips from the cold liquid, and it all goes so well together. I can see how this is a crowd favourite, though I daresay it felt more like a liquid dessert more than a cocktail.


The drink arrived with a piece of cucumber beautifully embedded with toasted sesame seeds. This might have reminded some of the local hawker favourite chicken rice, but to me, it brings me back to my local street food favourite, rujak cingur, in Indonesia. The cucumber really sets the tone for this drink, because it'll evoke different memories for everyone, and that's the fun part. 😉