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Your Full List of Freeflow Bars and Restaurants in Singapore

Simply put, “free flow” service refers to all-you-can-drink and is found in bars or restaurants where you pay one price and can drink as much alcohol as you want, usually limited to one or two hours. It is also known as a liquid buffet, which is exactly what it is – all-you-can-drink alcoholic beverages. If you are planning to make a big night out with your besties and drink like there is no tomorrow, you might want to check out Tropika Club‘s guide to bars and restaurants offering free-flow and liquid buffets in Singapore.

No Time to Read? Here’s a Snappy Summary of This Article

  • What is a liquid buffet? A liquid buffet is a service that offers unlimited, free-flow alcohol for a fixed price and time period. It is also known as a free-flow or bottomless drink service. It is popular among people who want to enjoy a night out with friends without spending too much on drinks.
  • Where to find liquid buffets in Singapore? The article lists 25 bars and restaurants in Singapore that offer liquid buffets, ranging from S$28++ to S$199++ per person. Some of the places are Manhattan, Mo Bar, Publico Ristorante, Redtail by Zouk, Heart of Darkness, TAP OUT Craft Beer Bar, Jen’s Kitchen on the Go at JEN Singapore Tanglin, Jekyll & Hyde, Kitchen Kumars, Bar.celona, Brasserie Les Saveurs, Lavo, Madam Fan, Mitzo, Sumire Yakitori House, Skai Bar, Fat Prince, Stellar at 1-Altitude, Zafferano (Closed), Himonoya, Gabbar, Monti, Alley on 25, Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar and CÉ LA VI.
  • What are the types of drinks offered in liquid buffets? The drinks offered in liquid buffets vary depending on the place and the price. Some of the common types of drinks are cocktails, mocktails, beer, wine, champagne, prosecco, spirits, sake, and shochu. Some places also offer signature drinks or special promotions.
  • What are the benefits of liquid buffets? Liquid buffets are a great way to enjoy a variety of drinks and have fun with friends. They can also help save money on alcohol expenses and avoid wasting drinks. Liquid buffets can also be paired with food or snacks to enhance the experience. Some places offer free-flow food or oysters as well.


Bars & Pubs

Manhattan

Introduction: Inspired by the Golden Age of cocktails and fine drinking, Manhattan is reminiscent of a grand hotel bar, modern yet with a touch of old New York glamour and sophistication. Choose your tipple from artisanal spirits, and classic and forgotten cocktails, meticulously crafted from the world’s first in-hotel Rickhouse and a remarkable collection of house-made ingredients, accompanied by gourmet bar bites. Manhattan was recently placed 11th in World’s 50 Best Bars and 8th in Asia’s 50 Best Bars. A curated selection of our cocktails is also available for island-wide delivery and takeaway.

Bringing the same creativity and thoughtful research to its third menu concept, Manhattan takes inspiration from six big-league personalities; iconic Manhattanites that have made their mark in the circuits of music, film, fashion, culinary, and politics. With stories richly intertwined in drinks crafted from astute bartending and artisanal spirits, these 18 new cocktails and six zero-proof beverages truly leap from the pages of history.

Cost: Sunday afternoon free-flow from 12 pm to 3 pm for all-you-can-drink crafted cocktails, beers, and wines at $163++. Upgrade to additional free-flow of Bollinger Special Cuvee Champagne for $199.

Location: 1 Cuscaden Rd, Level 2 Regent Singapore, Singapore 249715

Contact: +65 6725 3377

Website: link here


Mo Bar

Introduction:

Recognized as one of Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2020 and inspired by the Pacific Ocean and the rich culture of Asia’s ports, MO BAR is a vibrant experience that celebrates the flavors and aromas of the region.

Blending the finest ingredients with progressive techniques, bespoke cocktails, and beverages range from refreshing to spirituous, with each artfully presented by Mandarin Oriental’s talented team. The innovative cocktail menu can be paired with eclectic light bites, while the hotel’s popular afternoon tea is also served daily, featuring artisan pastries and a myriad of accompanying delights.

With breathtaking views of Marina Bay, by day or night, and a chic design, MO BAR is the hottest destination in Singapore.

Cost: Weekend brunch with free-flow from 12 pm to 3 pm at $98++ per pax. Add another $58++ for free-flow champagne and selected cocktails.

Location: 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797

Contact: +65 6885 3500

Website: https://www.mandarinoriental.com/singapore/marina-bay/fine-dining/bars/mo-bar


Publico Ristorante

Introduction:

Publico Ristorante brings a little slice of Italy to Singapore, with an emphasis on authentic and evocative Italian flavors. With interiors designed by New York firm AvroKO, the award-winning restaurant & bar boasts a multi-sensory culinary experience where you can enjoy contemporary Italian fare highlighting provenance and seasonality. Situated along the Singapore River, this lively Italian restaurant is a social hotspot that offers a haven of tropical paradise away from the bustle of city life.

Cost: Enjoy free-flow of beer, wine, and prosecco at $85++ or add another $30++ more for free-flow champagne. Available every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1230pm to 330pm.

Location: 1 Nanson Rd, Singapore 238909

Contact: 6826 5040

Website: https://www.publico.sg/.


Redtail by Zouk

Introduction:

Situated along the other side of the Clarke Quay Canary Block, RedTail Bar is Zouk Singapore’s new pre-game playground. Designed by Charnley Stadworth with a modern oriental design language, the bar is aptly named after a nocturnal Asian species, the red-tail panda.

Fashioned as a casual and pre-game space for lively gatherings, RedTail Bar serves an array of contemporary Asian bites, craft cocktails, beers, wines, and Zouk signatures including Blue Spin, Velvet Rope, and more.

Riding on the concept of being ‘The Drama Before The Party’, RedTail Bar boasts a DJ deck of its own, beer pong tables, and several drinking games against a backdrop of tracks put together by Zouk resident DJs – all intended to bring forth a convivial setting for post-work hangouts and pre-drink sessions to kick off the weekend party nights.

Cost: From S$38++ for 4 hours / Selected Zouk cocktails, house pours of gin, vodka, whisky, brandy, and beer

Location: 3C RIVER VALLEY ROAD
SINGAPORE 179022

Contact: 9007 0533

Website: http://redtailbar.com/


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Heart of Darkness

Introduction: Heart of Darkness Singapore is a communal eating and drinking experience, built around a vibrant, passion-filled menu and tasty brews. They’ve got 20 tried-and-true taps, with 10 local taps – there’s always something different to tickle your taste buds. They put a whole lot of love into every brew, using the finest ingredients, with the highest quality service from their staff, and expect nothing less than a satisfactory experience for their dear guests.

Cost: Pay $88++ for free-flow beer, house-pour wine, and prosecco every Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm (limited to three hours).

Contact:  +65 6208 7940

Location: 1 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089109

Websitehttps://www.heartofdarknessbrewery.com.sg


TAP OUT Craft Beer Bar

Introduction: Tap Out Craft Beers is a neighborhood bar that focuses on building a community around craft beers. With an emphasis on simplicity, they provide a welcoming environment that feels like home. They offer a variety of craft beers, as well as good food and great company, ensuring a pleasant experience for their patrons. You can view their full menu on their website and make reservations if you plan to visit the bar.

Cost: Enjoy 12 pm to 8 pm FREEFLOW on all 20 beers and house wines.

House wines $48++ and All (20) Beers $88++

Vomit fee $100 (LOL)

Contact:  +65 8404 9144

Location: 103 East Coast Rd, Singapore 428797, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore

Website: https://www.tapthat.com.sg/



Jen’s Kitchen on the Go at JEN Singapore Tanglin

Introduction:

Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go is a casual dining establishment located on the Lobby Level of the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore. It operates daily from 6:30 am to 11 pm, offering a convenient and enjoyable dining experience for guests and visitors. The restaurant is part of the hotel’s Restaurants & Bars list, which suggests a variety of food and drink options may be available. However, the provided web search result does not include specific details about the menu offerings.

Cost: Regular Liquid Buffet (2 Hours only) – Free flow house Wine, Beer, and Finger Food
Available every day, 5 pm to 10 pm, $42++ per person

Premium Liquid Buffet (2 Hours only) – Free flow house Wine, Beer and Finger Food and Pasta
Available every day, 5 pm to 10 pm, $49++ per person

Location: 1A Cuscaden Rd, Level 2 Hotel Jen, Singapore 249716

Contact:  +65 6738 2222

Website: Read Link Here


Jekyll & Hyde

Introduction:

Established in August 2013, Jekyll & Hyde is a whimsical cocktail bar located in the heart of Singapore. Started as a nail parlor by day and speakeasy by night, they’ve come a long way since, and they are proud to be one of Singapore’s pioneer cocktail bars.

Their current volume focuses on twists of classic cocktails while incorporating funky food ingredients found in everyday life. Discover flavors like bacon, peanut butter, bananas, and exotic spices, as your tastebuds take flight through their collection of signature cocktails.

Cost: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 1130am to 330pm (for 2 hours), enjoy free-flow at $88++ which includes prosecco, red and white wine, beer as well as furikake fries, padipop fried chicken and kurobuta carrot cake.

Location: 74 Neil Rd, Singapore 088839

Contact:  +65 8940 2450

Website: https://jekyll.sg


Kitchen Kumars

Introduction:

Located along the off-street road of Duxton Hill, Kitchen Kumars is an Indian fusion restaurant offering great contemporary Asian food & cocktails with a twist. Kitchen Kumars started in 2018 selling festive cookies & cakes to their near and dear. Over time the menu expanded to contemporary Indian cuisine. Kitchen Kumars is fronted by Manoj Kumar, Dilip Kumar & Rishi Kumar.

Cost: Pay $35++ for red wine, white wine, and prosecco from Tuesdays to Thursdays. (5 pm to 8 pm)

Location: 37 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089615

Contact:  +65 8322 7739

Website: https://www.kitchenkumars.com/


Bar.celona

Introduction:

Forty-eight years ago in the center of Barcelona Can Paixano opened its first bar. Traditional Spanish appetizers, Jamon, hot and cold Tapas, and fresh seafood are served here, you also can taste splendid Cava wine. And almost half of a century this Bar has international landmark, a tourist attraction and it’s a significant place for wine drinkers. Today in the world there are more than 10 Bars offer the same CAVAS, imported by Spanish company Can Paixano.

Cost:

  • Mondays to Thursdays: Freeflow Cava $35++
  • Saturdays: Freeflow Cava $35++
  • Please note freeflow is from 5 pm to 8 pm only.

Location: Multiple locations (Bukit Pasoh / Robertson Quay)

Contact:  +65 80201098 / 88541645

Website: https://www.kitchenkumars.com/



Restaurants

Brasserie Les Saveurs

Introduction:

Brasserie Les Saveurs, the destination dining establishment of The St. Regis Singapore, offers the finest of classic French cuisine. Menus are specially curated by The St. Regis master chefs to provide diners with an indelible experience with the evolving nuances and flavors of every dish. Indulge in the lavish epicurean spreads presented at every meal, from influential business lunches, and hallowed afternoon tea rituals, to gastronomic dinner experiences. The attentive St. Regis Sommeliers will be on hand to complement your dishes with excellent wines from The St. Regis wine cellar.

Illuminated by the splendid wall of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the tropical gardens and sparkling pool, Brasserie Les Saveurs exudes a timeless elegance. The establishment seats up to 90 guests, with two private dining alcoves to offer guests exclusivity for the ultimate refinement. The glittering enormous three hand-cut crystal chandeliers and beautifully arranged floral decorations create a distinctive class of opulence and a decadent setting for a remarkable culinary journey.

Cost: $168 per person for the free-flow wine package. Or choose the non-alcoholic one for $#138.,

Location: 29 Tanglin Road, Lobby Level, The St. Regis, 247911

Contact: +65 6506 6860

Website: https://www.brasserielessaveurs.com


Lavo

Introduction:

Experience dining 57 stories above ground amidst Singapore’s stunning city skyline, whilst enjoying a hearty Italian-American cuisine accompanied by electrifying music. Indulge in all-time favorites like the classic Chicken Parmigiano and the famous LAVO Meatball – made of fresh Imperial Wagyu Beef and Italian sausage, spiced to perfection, and topped with whipped ricotta cheese. Satiate your palate with the signature 20-Layer Chocolate Cake, layered with peanut butter mascarpone for a wickedly rich and luscious treat.

The 180-degree view of the city is not the only highlight of LAVO Singapore. Lavo also flaunts a luxurious lounge (indoor & outdoor) with a fully equipped DJ booth situated in the heart of the restaurant. Every Saturday, watch the Italian-American restaurant transforms into a “club” as the DJ takes over the night with pumping music to get you dancing all night long. Party to Hip Hop beats and Top 40s, it is the perfect pre-party spot before hitting up your next party destination. 

Cost: $158++ for a buffet with free-flow including champagne, and specialty cocktails.

Location: 10 Bayfront Ave, Tower 1, Level 57, Singapore 018956

Contact: +65 6688 8591

Website: https://lavosingapore.com


Madam Fan

Introduction:

Discover a dining experience by renowned restaurateur Alan Yau and Chef Mike Tan built on craft, service, and ambiance. Madame Fan offers Cantonese cuisine in a contemporary setting. Madame Fan presents authentic, classic Cantonese cuisine executed with modern finesse. Chef Mike Tan curates an experiential culinary experience centered on the heritage and taste profile of each of Madame Fan’s dishes.

Cost: $126++ for a weekend brunch buffet with free-flow wines, cocktails, and beers for two hours.

Location: 32 Beach Rd, The NCO Club, Singapore 189764

Contact: +65 6818 1921

Website: https://www.madamefan.sg


Mitzo

Introduction:

Mitzo breaks the mold of Chinese dining by combining a contemporary take on Cantonese cuisine with an artisanal cocktail program. Ideally located on the main artery of Orchard Road, Mitzo is the next destination hotspot. Situated on the fourth floor of the Grand Park Orchard Hotel, Mitzo is surrounded by full-length windows that let in plenty of natural light, resulting in an atmosphere that is at once inviting and vibrant, while the experience remains intimate and casual.

When night falls, like a true chameleon, Mitzo takes on the persona of a modern supper club, blurring the lines between restaurant, cocktail bar, and club.

Cost: Dim Sum buffet with free-flow at $128++ which includes beer, cocktails, wines, and champagne. Available every weekend and public holidays from 1130am to 230pm.

Location: 270 Orchard Rd, Level 4 Grand Park, Orchard, Singapore 238857

Contact:  6603 8855

Website:


Sumire Yakitori House

Introduction:

Sumire Yakitori House is an established izakaya that first set its footprint in Tokyo back in 2009. To date, they already have over 100 outlets in Japan. The outlet in Bugis Junction Singapore is their first overseas stop!

In the words of Sumire…..

“Our very 1st Sumire was opened in Yutenji, Tokyo back in June 2009.

At that time, the image of Yakitori was just for men to enjoy with beer or sake in a Yakitori bar.

Mr. Yuzawa Tadanori, the President of Sumire thought it would be better if more people could enjoy the cuisine too. He would like to target & cater to families, office ladies, couples, and many more to enjoy Yakitori casually with a good atmosphere and service, thus, we change the concept from a Yakitori bar to a Yakitori Restaurant feel.

To date, we have over 100 outlets in Japan.

Why we would name our restaurant “Sumire” because the word “smile” in Japan is pronounced as “Su-Mi-Le” and he thought was a catchy name to use, so he fine tunes the name to what we are using today “Sumire Yakitori House”. Sumire Yakitori House hopes to promote that “smile is priceless” which encompasses both food and services that would bring smiles to everyone’s faces.”

Cost: Pay $28++ for a 2-hour liquid buffet or $38++ for a 3-hour one. Choose from Beers, Highballs, Chu-Hi, Sake, Shochu, Ume Shu (Plum Wine), or non-alcoholic beverages.

Location: 80 Middle Road #01-88/89 Bugis Junction, 188966

Contact: 6338 9963

Website: https://www.sumire.com.sg


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Skai Bar

Introduction: SKAI is a refined yet lively contemporary grill restaurant, situated on the 70th floor of Singapore’s acclaimed Swissôtel The Stamford. The iconic city views, seamless service, and bespoke beverages make for the perfect ambiance to savor the new menu curated by Executive Chef, Paul Hallett, who has blended cutting-edge culinary skills with a cooking philosophy honed through years of experience to create a truly personal and progressive fine grill offering.

Cost: Enjoy the view every Saturday from 12 pm to 3 pm with Skai brunch at $158++ with free-flow cocktails that are specially crafted.

Location: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882

Contact: +65 6431 6156

Website: https://skai.sg


Fat Prince

Introduction: Fat Prince is a modern Middle Eastern restaurant that defies tradition and explores the facets of creativity to offer an elevated, energetic, and engaging dining experience. Let your hair down and soak in the sights and sounds of their stylish surroundings and funky beats; all while enjoying unconventional kebabs and “cocktails”, inspired by the streets and stories of today’s nomads.

Cost: Their Brunch Set is priced at $49++ per person and includes:

  • a welcome Koktail
  • Choice of one dip
  • Choice of one mezze/salad
  • Choice of one main
  • One dessert (Chef’s Daily Selection of Dessert)

If guests would like to take up the 2-hour Free Flow option, it is available at $69++ per person.

The free flow includes a selection of Prosecco, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Peroni Lager, and our Velvet Spritz (defrost arctic gin, blackcurrant cordial, muscat, pineapple juice, dry vermouth, bubbles).

Location: 48 Peck Seah St #01-01, 079317

Contact: +65 6221 7794

Website: https://www.fatprincesg.com


Stellar at 1-Altitude

Introduction:

Stellar at 1-Altitude takes its ‘sky-high’ dining to a new level with our new rooftop Al Fresco dining space. Enjoy an unadulterated 360-degree view of Singapore together with our quintessential contemporary Australian cuisine. Stellar’s home on level 62 remains, so now you can enjoy the best of both worlds.

Chefs Christopher Millar and Isaac Henry continue to redefine the dining experience with a cuisine where texture, purity of flavor, and the quality of ingredients are paramount.

Cost: Every Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm, top up $80++ for free-flow champagne, cocktails, and wine (in addition to $80++ for the Sunday Brunch Communal Menu)

Location: Level 62, 1 Raffles Place, 048616

Contact: +65 6438 0410

Website: https://www.stellarrestaurant.sg


Zafferano (Closed)

Introduction:

At the heart of what we do here, creating memories for you is our forte, whether through the ambiance of the surroundings or the experience of the palate. While we pride ourselves on our contemporary menu of Italian delights made possible by the mastery of our chefs, we are equally passionate about designing a space for you to spend quality time with your loved ones and best pals.

What makes this even better is a free flow of your favorite drinks at our restaurant and rooftop bar – you don’t have to go too far to enjoy the best tipples in central Singapore!

Selected days each week are dedicated to this free-flow goodness – grab your partner, beloved girlfriends, and pals, and make a plan!

Cost: Don’t forget to set aside a night with your romantic partner. If both of you have the palate for freshly shucked Irish oysters and appreciate some good champagne to complete the experience, head down to our restaurant on Fridays between 6 pm and 8 pm. At $68++, you get to enjoy a free flow of Champagne. Irish oysters are available at $3++ per piece – go beyond the minimum order of three pieces to make the most of our Free Flow Champagne Fridays while you take in the scenic beauty of Singapore!

With the best pals on Saturdays: Free Flow Tipples

The weekend is finally here and we know how to spruce yours up. Sit back and relax with your pals up on our rooftop terrace on a Saturday evening and relish in a free flow of sparkling wine, beers, and house wines at $50++. Drop by at 8 pm and party until 10 pm while swaying to the trending tunes by the resident DJ. One of the best free-flow restaurant deals in Singapore for anyone who’d love more than just a tipple, a night on this rooftop will be a charm.

Location: Ocean Financial Centre, Level 43, 10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315

Contact: +65 6509 1488

Website: http://zafferano.sg/


Himonoya

Introduction: Himono refers to fishes that are sun-dried across the fishing villages of Japan. As a result, these fishes have a longer shelf life and a more chewy texture. Its natural savory taste from sun-drying is much loved by local Japanese. But first and foremost, Himonoya is famous for its free-flow sake offering as part of its Ryoshi Course.

Cost: Enjoy their Ryoshi Course at $75++ for drinks free flow (including sake) with a Japanese platter of Sashimi, BBQ, Hot Pot, and other Japanese delicacies. Or upgrade to $100++ for the Gokai Course which includes the Hokkaido King Crab and Scallop Hot Pot.

Location: 11 Unity Street #02-14 Robertson Walk, 237995

Contact: +65 6235 9110

Website: https://www.facebook.com/singaporehimonoya/


Gabbar

Introduction: Located at Clarke Quay Block B, Gabbar is a mod-Indian bar and bistro with creative indian bites and drinks to wash them all down. Their special brunch costs $30 with free flow Pani Puri for 2 hours and any other two dishes of your choice.

Cost: Enjoy their Bottomless Brunch for weekends and public holidays. (11 am to 4 pm on Saturdays and 11 am to 7 pm on Sundays and PH). Pay $40 for their Gabbar Bottomless Full Time with Merlot, Chardonnay, Asahi, Prosecco, Pink Moscato, Mirabeau Classic Rose, Gin, Mimosa as well as Whiskey to choose from.

Location: 3B (Block B) River Valley Road, Clarke Quay#01-14 (Near Taxi Stand) Singapore, Singapore 179021

Contact: +65 6235 9110

Website: https://www.facebook.com/sggabbar/


Monti

Introduction: Standing as an iconic club, we link arms with international and national DJ acts across the year, bringing bold and soul-grasping anthems. Dance your heart out to the progressive house, leftfield electro, and everything else with beats by the good people. Or if you are a lover of dissonant synth melodies and hard-sounding kick drums, keep your eyes (and ears) peeled for more upcoming lineups! 

Cost: Free-flow of select wines, prosecco, spirits & beers. Indulge freely, no strings attached. A champagne life on a lemonade budget. Experience the dolce vita. Reserve your table now. Friendly staff. Open daily. Stunning marina views. Vibrant atmosphere. Delightful cocktails.

With the price of just S$58++ (from Sundays to Thursdays) and S$68++ (on Fridays and Saturdays), patrons can opt for a two-hour session before dinner sundowner from 5 pm to 7 pm, or the sunset sitting from 7 pm to 9 pm, at Monti’s alfresco spaces including its rooftop with that fabulous view. That free-flow package includes house-pour red and white wines, Prosecco, selected spirits, as well as beer.

Location: Monti at 1-Pavilion, 82 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049327

Contact: +65 65350724 / 9111 5529

Website: https://www.monti.sg/


Alley on 25

Introduction:

Alley on 25 is an all-day dining venue located on level 25 of Andaz Singapore, which is described as the culinary hub of the hotel. This dining venue recreates the experience of Singapore street dining in the sky, offering a fluid and spontaneous atmosphere.

The dining venue is open every day of the week from 7:00 am to 10:30 pm [1]. Customers can enjoy a wide range of dishes, including local Singaporean cuisine, international cuisine, and desserts. Additionally, the venue also features a bar offering a selection of beers, wines, cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks.

Cost:

Tuesday Pizza & Pilsner: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM for SGD 39* per person, includes free-flow pizzas and locally brewed Andaz Pilsners. 

Thursday Kitchen Party: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM for SGD 68 net per person, includes free-flow wines, beers, and bar bites. 

Weekend & Public Holiday Lazy Breakfast: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM for SGD 59* per person, includes free-flowing Alley on 25’s breakfast spread plus one à la carte dish. Additional SGD 45* for free-flowing prosecco, wines, and beers. Half price for kids from 6 – 12 years old, and free for kids under 6 years old.

Location: Level 25, Andaz Singapore

Contact: +65 6408 1288

Website: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/singapore/andaz-singapore/sinaz/dining?src=nplk-sinaz-lclb-alley-on-25


Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar

Introduction:

Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar is a casual dining establishment that offers a wide variety of freshly cooked items, tapas, cheese, cold cuts, and exclusive French wines at affordable prices. It is a sister restaurant to the popular Scarlett Restaurant & Wine Bar located in Bangkok and Hong Kong. The restaurant is led by Executive Chef Sylvain Royer and features high ceilings, an open mezzanine with private working spaces, booths, and communal tables, creating a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for guests

Cost:

Every weekend at Ginett, enjoy a Parisian Breakfast Set ($26++) inclusive of a selection of freshly baked pastries, a choice of eggs Florentine, a classic Breakfast or omelet, a cup of coffee or tea, a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice and a delectable Ginett sundae – vanilla ice cream served with mini choux puffs, topped with almond brittle and drizzled with chocolate and caramel sauce. Try our juicy and flavourful free-range organic chicken (whole or halved) – brined overnight and roasted in-house, or enjoy delectable meat-free dishes like the vegan burger with a homemade tofu patty.

To complete your French brunch experience, top-up an additional $15 per person to enjoy free-flow mimosa.

Location: 200 Middle Road, Hotel G Singapore, Singapore 188980

Contact: +65 6809 7989

Website: See Link for Details


Conclusion

If you’re looking for a way to spice up your nightlife in Singapore, you can’t go wrong with free-flow bars and restaurants. They offer you the opportunity to enjoy unlimited drinks for a reasonable price and duration, while also experiencing the diverse and vibrant culture of the city. Whether you prefer classic cocktails or exotic concoctions, elegant settings, or lively ambiance, there’s a free-flow option for you in Singapore.

At Tropika Club Magazine, we are always on the lookout for the best deals and promotions for our readers. That’s why we’ve compiled this guide to help you find the best free-flow bars and restaurants in Singapore. We hope you find this useful and informative, and we invite you to share your feedback and suggestions with us.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: What is a free-flow or liquid buffet?

A: A free-flow or liquid buffet is a service where you pay a fixed price and can drink as much alcohol as you want, usually for a limited time. It is also known as an all-you-can-drink or bottomless booze deal.

Q: Why should I go for a free-flow or liquid buffet in Singapore?

A: If you love drinking and want to save money, a free-flow or liquid buffet is a great option for you. You can enjoy a variety of drinks, from cocktails and wines to beers and spirits, without worrying about the bill. You can also have fun with your friends, celebrate a special occasion, or unwind after a long day.

Q: How can I find the best free-flow or liquid buffet deals in Singapore?

A: You can check out Tropika Club’s guide to bars and restaurants offering free-flow and liquid buffets in Singapore. This guide features 18 places with different types of drinks, prices, and timings. You can also compare the deals and book online through Tropika Club’s website.

Q: What are some tips to enjoy a free-flow or liquid buffet safely and responsibly?

A: Here are some tips to make the most of your free-flow or liquid buffet experience:

  • Drink plenty of water before and during the session to stay hydrated and prevent a hangover.
  • Eat something before and while drinking to avoid getting drunk too fast and to absorb the alcohol better.
  • Pace yourself and don’t drink more than you can handle. Know your limits and stop when you feel tipsy or sick.
  • Drink with moderation and don’t binge drink. Binge drinking can lead to alcohol poisoning, liver damage, and other health problems.
  • Don’t drink and drive. Use public transport, take a taxi, or arrange for a designated driver to get home safely.
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Terence is the deputy editor for Tropika Club Magazine. He is an analytical individual who enjoys learning about animals and different cultures. He has a curious mind and is always seeking knowledge and understanding. Terence is also a friendly and approachable person who enjoys making connections with others. He is passionate about his work in the publishing industry and takes pride in his collaborations with authors and editors.

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