Time Out says
By the same people behind popular resto wine lounge Lavo, gin parlour MAZE and party space CHAZE, comes Liberte, a new restaurant and lounge that offers a menu of food and drinks that meld Western and Asian influences with interesting (and delicious) results.
The spacious interior is subtly divided into a few dining sections – there’s the casual area with dining tables, a section with plush couches, the bar with high bar stools (red velvet seats decorated with the likeness of icons associated with the notion of liberty like Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi and more) and an alfresco area.
Food comes by way of both Asian and Western options, with the usual pizza and meat options alongside noodles, rice and dim sum. But what you should go for are the Asian-inspired tapas. Items like salted egg fish skin, prawns wrapped in bacon and truffle siew mai are great for sharing, and go well with a drink (or two) from the bar.
Which brings us to the drinks. Non-alcoholic options include coffee and tea with Japanese infusions, and, just like its food, there’s a wide range of Asian alcohol from whisky and beer to soju, umeshu and an extensive selection of saké. In the drinks menu, useful information accompanies the list of saké, like recommended serving (chilled or warm), alcohol percentage, polishing ration and tasting notes. Bartenders are on hand to whip up custom cocktails if you’re in an adventurous mood, otherwise you also won’t go wrong with any of their saké-based cocktails.
There’s certainly no shortage of entertainment here as well, with live music performances on stage every day of the week