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  1. Here Kitty Kitty
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Time Out says

They say curiosity killed the cat, and at Here Kitty Kitty, you're the would-be victim being beckoned into the intimate and eclectic space tucked away from the buzz and bustle of Clarke Quay. And this new concept by the Zouk Group will keep drawing you in, into its themed nooks and private crannies that call to mind the mysterious and ramshackle alleyways of Tokyo, Shinjuku's infamous Golden Gai.

Seat yourself at the distinctive main bar under falling autumn leaves, or curl yourself away in one of three concept rooms – the plush Cathouse, the sexy Mamasan Lounge, or the classy Shibari room – for a more private powwow. Throw a party if you like, at the private bar and lounge in the back, which alongside the rooms available for booking, can seat up to 75 at a time. Once pandemic restrictions lift, you can expect Japanese hip hop and trip hop curated by Zouk DJs taking over the stereos to drive you far into the night with some irresistible beats. 

What's some late-night debauchery without some delectable bites? Indulge in Here Kitty Kitty's signature maki rolls and izakaya bites. Signature dishes include the Wagyu Sando ($58), a premium melt-in-your-mouth sandwich filled with Wagyu beef, caviar, uni and caramelised onions; the Here Kitty Kitty Signature Maki ($28), a sushi roll of crispy soft-shell crab, tobiko, and mixed salad topped with bonito flakes; and the Negitoro Tataki ($30), a seared Toro dish topped with caviar, kinome leaf, shio kombu, spring onions and crispy sushi rice. 

Don't forget the cocktails. If you're at the main bar, engage with acclaimed mixologist Alistair Tan, who'll mix up these Japanese inspired cocktails with signature flair. Favourites include Haku-Hai ($24), a Haku vodka-based concoction with a toasty whiff of matcha, and refreshing notes of Calpis and lemon served in a charming masu cup; the Ume Whiskey Sour ($24), a punchy drink made with Maker's Mark bourbon, ume, apricot and egg white; as well as Zen Garden ($24), a refreshing melon-y drink made with Roku gin, Midori, herbal elixir and lemon. 

Here Kitty Kitty is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 6.30pm to 10pm. The speakeasy welcomes walk-ins, but we suggest you text or call ahead at +65 9489 8357 to avoid disappointment. 

Cheryl Sekkappan
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Cheryl Sekkappan


Clarke Quay
3E River Valley Road, #02-01, The Cannery
Opening hours:
Tue-Sun 6.30pm-10pm
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