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They’re known for their pretty bites served in a standing decorative silver birdcage, which is good for 2pax. I wished they had hot savory bites instead of their cold sandwiches though we did enjoy the pork terrine on crispy toast, and foie gras doughnut. As you can tell, there are way too many sweets to get through and we really couldn’t deal. If you need some sweetness in your life, you know where to head to.
W T Time is available daily from 3pm-5pm at Woo Bar and costs $65/$75 (weekdays/weekends) with free flow tea/coffee for 2 pax.

This was only a teaser to the 4 course wine pairing dinner that followed. We were served beef tartare (check out my review of their beef tartare that was ordered ala carte, posted on 24 July) as amuse bouche, accompanied by Veuve Cliquot Rich with tea and pepper infusion. This welcome drink was light and sweet, and I saved some to sip throughout the dinner.
This is followed by the actual 4 courses with wine pairing, and they are:
Course 1:
Foley's Scallops with fondant potato, radish, bacon kombu dashi, crispy leek
Paired with Cloudy Bay Te Koko
Course 2:
Maple Leaf Duck Breast with Okinawa sweet potato, asparagus and morello cherry sauce
Paired with Terrazas Single Vineyard
Course 3:
A5 Miyazaki Rib Cap with black garlic puree, habanero ginger chutney, braised mushroom, spring onion oil
Paired with Ao Yun, 2014
Course 4:
Caramel Popcorn Sundae with cookies and cream ice cream, nuts and caramel sauce
Paired with Cloudy Bay Late Harvest, Riesling.
But this menu won't be here for long, it's only available from 16 to 25 October. RSVP is required:
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Call: +65 6808 7278


You would have heard of W Hotel - they're about luxury, style and sophistication. And this extends to Woobar, their lounge bar at the lobby level. It's modern and snazzy, yet right outside the full length windows were views of calming lush greenery.
And they serve funky looking drinks. Like, really funky. You have the "Bubble Bath" which came in the form of bath tub complete with bubbles and "bath salt" that pops in your mouth; the "Red Dot" served in a skull, the "Bacon Fashionable" served in a mini milk carton containing a slice of real bak kwa all soaked with Burbon.
Pictured is the Overflow, containing bourbon, orange liqueur, champagne, and bitters. It started with the bartender pouring alcohol over a ball of cotton candy (swipe for pic), and ended with this where the drink cycled through the colours.... and I forgot everything in between, i had already drank too much before this 😁.
There's also the "Last Call" priced at $450. You would never guess what this drink came with :)

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