If you are looking to see and be seen, this is most definitely not the place. However, if you just want a spot to shoot some sh*t (or, more specifically, some darts), this may be a new hidden gem. What used to be just one of the many Asian furniture stores, spread all along South Bridge Road, has now been converted into a bar. While many beautiful chests and paintings are still for sale – the owner has a passion she’s not willing to give up – the focus has definitely shifted to the bullseye and cheap booze.
A pitcher of Tiger runs for $18 and is served with sembei and prawn crackers. Show up on a Friday night and they’ll even toss in a free plate of whatever’s cookin’. We scored a bowl of chicken curry that one of the patrons claimed as ‘the best in Singapore’. The music fits the crowd; they were probably hip in the ’80s, but have been layin’ low ever since (think ‘Dancing Queen’ and ‘Money for Nothing’).
|Venue name:||Dartz Place||Contact:|
235 South Bridge Road
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11am-midnight; Fri & Sat 11am-2am.|
|Do you own this business?|