New bars and restau­rants

Time Out Singapore - - Food & Drink -

á CATCHFLY Climb down a flight of stairs and step into this cock­tail club in­spired by the swanki­est bars of New York City. Let the mixol­o­gists shake you up the bar’s sig­na­ture drink, The Honey Badger (pic­tured), a re­fresh­ing mix of rose­mary-in­fused bour­bon with yel­low char­treuse, lemon, gin­ger and honey. 12 Ann Siang Rd (6222 7183, face­ Chi­na­town. Mon-Thu 6pm-mid­night; Fri & Sat 6pm-2am Cook­ing with au­dac­ity is easy for chef Jérémy Gil­lon – he led the team at L’Epi­curien in the French Alps to a Miche­lin star, and is now trad­ing the snow for sunny Sin­ga­pore. Audace takes a lighter ap­proach to French bistro fare with dishes such as steamed Mediter­ranean seabream and beef striploin. 2 Dickson Rd (6298 1188, audace. Bugis. Mon 7.30-10am; Tue-Sat 7.30-10am, 11.30am-6pm, 6.30pm-mid­night; Sun 7.30-10am, 11.30-4am. For Asian-in­spired tapas and cock­tails, head to Muse Amuse, a two-fer that com­prises a res­tau­rant (Muse) and bar (Amuse). At the former, or­der cre­ative bites like Uni Pie Tee, home­made kueh pie tee topped with sea urchin. Then head to the cock­tail bar for po­tent tip­ples such as a Tom Yum Bloody Mary. 289 South Bridge Rd (8500 0588, the­car­ Chi­na­town. MonSat noon-mid­night, 6pm-mid­night.

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