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Anti:dote

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Time Out says

Anti:dote at Fairmont Singapore is not your typical hotel bar. Its mixologist-centric crafted drinks concept, led by Bannie Kang, with modern tapas from chef Tryson Quek keep up with current trends. Anti:dote’s cocktail menu is a solid offering of nine mixed drinks of classics reinvented alongside an impressive list of spirits available in 45ml or 60ml pours.

The Rabbit Hole ($23) is a refreshing one to start with – a mix of carrot juice spiked with Hendrick's Gin, Mancino Bianco and elderflower liqueur – best paired with chicken liver parfait from the tapas menu. For something stronger, order something from the Elixir of Life portion of the menu, where a metre measures the alcohol potency of the drinks at a five out of five. The Grumpy 'D' Bee ($25) is a take on an old fashioned with Bulleit rye whiskey, drambuie and chocolate bitters.

As for the food, Quek’s progressive European-meets-Asian tendencies turn out palate stunners of beetroot and edamame poppers ($16), oysters with tomato ice ($25/$40) and a solid plate of threadfin fish and chips ($18) complete with petit pois soup.

Resident bartender Demitria Dana Paramita is one of the finalists for Chivas Masters Week competition. Experience her Chivas cocktail creation for yourself at the Time Out Bar Hop on June 4. 

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Address: 1/F, Fairmont Singapore
80 Bras Basah Road
Singapore
180560
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Opening hours: Daily 5pm-2am
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Came here for their famous afternoon tea in conjunction with birthday celebration. The place looks amazing, it was pretty packed for a Sunday afternoon. You get to choose a starter, choice between organic egg with crab or dim sum and a tea (free flowing). Selection of tea was varied, the only downside is that you can only pick one. For starter, highly recommended to pick the organic egg, presentation was delicate and egg was delicious. Afternoon tea was served in a nice tiered box. The scones were warm and tasty, desserts tier was stunning. So come with an empty stomach as we were completely stuffed at the end. We got complimentary cakes for the birthday celebration as well and the cakes were delicious as expected. Unfortunately the service of the staff left much to be desired. They were not attentive and we had to wait very long to get their attention just to place the orders and the staff serving us seemed to be frustrated when we asked for cutlery and to take pics. overall still recommended to try this as the food was good.