179A Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068627

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Thursday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

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Salmon & Clams Soup ($16) came highly recommended by a friend, who raved that it's exceptionally good after a night of drinking. 😉

Rare instance that I'm rendered speechless with soup. This sounds good, looks good, smells amazing.... & tastes MINDBLOWING.

That's not to say it was perfect; some of the asari clams still had grit in them - but I'm willing to look past that for how delicious & comforting this dashi sole fish broth is.

I have digestive problems with fish, but was willing to take the risk for how tasty this is. Thankfully, this didn't present any issues for me thereafter. I'd gladly have a bowl all to myself, next time!

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🌬 Indoor seats only

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I'm the sort of person who wants to slurp everything up... That wouldn't have been possible with the Onsen Tamago with Monkfish Liver ($15). The yuzu ponzo sauce was too salty 😂

The onsen egg & monkfish liver were super, though, absolutely melting in your mouth.

Not sure I'd order this again - would probably try something else on the menu.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Indoor seats only

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Let's talk food at Shin Gi Tai. Their Tako Wasabi ($10) is a super refreshing nibble, especially when the wasabi sauce punches your senses awake. The octopus bits have great texture - bouncy & snappy when you bite into them.

I loved this, although it's a bit too much for 1 person to finish. Totally would get this again - it'd be great as a sharing dish.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Indoor seats only

Honestly, Shin Gi Tai needs no introduction. While they've mysteriously removed their official accounts from social media, their legacy more than lives on.

There isn't a standard drinks menu here, but several asked me after-the-fact: Did you get a Negroni? While it isn't my usual choice of poison (don't hate), I knew I had to. & I loved this one that Wong made for me.

On the flip side, there *is* a food menu.. But wait. It's titled "Bar Snack Menu"? How good can it be?

You'd be surprised, as I was. I'll share more in my next posts 😬

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This was one of the best Bara-chirashi in Singapore when Chef Jeremy Chang was helming the kitchen at DSTLLRY; and then he left our shores and we were all the poorer. While most can make a decent Bara, the secret of Chang’s Bara is in that tincture of sauce that provides the umami orgasm in your mouth, complementing the well seasoned slices of seafood. .
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Chef Chang’s is back in our shores but only for a little bit. The Pop-Up is at the uber chic @shingitaisg and today is the last day. I don’t know when he will be back. So try and get a space tonight, they offer both ala-carte and a 9-course degustation set. .
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Thanks Anthony and Jeremy for making this happen. .
Awesome to see some of my most wonderful friends tucking into comfort food that we remembered.

A couple of years ago, I opined that what SG lacks isn't the hard infrastructure of a cosy speakeasy nor the deft technique of a mixologist; it's the soul. Till date, only a handful have that soul and the ones I love are defunct or going to be. Which I why I follow the personality rather than the establishment. I will miss its vibe and her personality for awhile but am also looking forward to her new chapter, wherever the bartender is. Last day to catch an uber cool bartender and chill here. #sgbar #sgbars #sgcocktails #burpple #burpplesg

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