Clouds Across The Moon
Time Out says
This bar, which takes its name from the song of ’80s English studio band, The Rah Band, stands in a converted shophouse on a quiet residential alley without a notable sign but a small moon badge.
Clouds Across The Moon reimagines the song, its accompanying music video and the far-out fashion of the ’80s fashion through UV lighting, random bric-a-brac and decorative space-age details.
The house’s signature cocktails are also the in-universe textual, such as the sweet-scented Moonflowers (B280) which mixes vodka, triple sec, elderflower syrup, lemon and lime juice or Clouds Across the Moon (B280), which mixes vodka, peach schnapps, and sweet vermouth, smoked with applewood. More straightforward is Half Moon (B140), a shot of sake served with lemon with plum powder on top.
If you want something casual, try the popular Caipirinha (B250), for which the mixologist will burn the brown sugar to create an atypical yet interesting scent.