Clos Pasoh, Bukit Pasoh

Tucked away on the second floor of a heritage shophouse on Bukit Pasoh road, Clos Pasoh is a slice of French summer in the heart of Singapore. Led by Louis Pacquelin (the former chef de cuisine at BBR by Alain Ducasse), this colourful brasserie is the perfect spot for a tasty weekend brunch. To pair with your meal, pick a bottle of wine from the house’s 1,500-label cellar.

48A Bukit Pasoh Road, Level 2
+65 6980-0672
clospasoh.sg
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Avenue 87, Outram

This new addition to Singapore’s dining scene celebrates innovative cooking and regional flavours. Glen Tay and Alex Phan, cofounders and chefs at Avenue 87, were both born in 1987 and grew up on avenues 8 and 7 in Hougang – hence the name. Inspired by their memories of the neighbourhood, the duo’s surprising tasting menu (think octopus cooked in chili sauce and chicken roulade with truffle) is reminiscent of a bygone Singapore.

47 Amoy Street, 069873
+65 9839 8401
avenue87.sg
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Zouk Cinema Club, Clarke Quay

Singapore’s iconic Zouk nightclub has transformed its main room into a pop-up cinema. Although visitors won’t be able to show off their dance moves here for the time being, they’ll surely appreciate the state-of-the-art lighting and sound system. Both new film releases and classic movies are shown every Wednesday through to Saturday, while the themed décor is also worth viewing as it changes every two months.

3C River Valley Road, The Cannery, 179022
+65 9006 8549
zoukclub.com/outlets/cinemaclub

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