Best Restaurants and Bars at Clarke Quay Singapore

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Ready for an amazing evening? Clarke Quay, Singapore’s renowned nightlife hub, is your best option. Grab your group and go over to have some beverages (happy hour, anyone?). With so many excellent pubs and restaurants, this well-known nightlife area is a favorite spot for both foodies and party animals. Put on your finest “fits” and get ready to turn heads with our guide to Clarke Quay’s eateries, bars, and culinary delights.

 

The best eateries and bars in Clarke Quay

Oche

Grab your friends and travel to Oche if you need to decompress after a long workday. Try your hand at a thrilling game of “better than the regular” high-tech darts to start the evening off right! After you’re done, relax and savor the European and Asian-inspired cuisine options. For anyone with dietary requirements, there are also gluten-free and vegan alternatives. Naturally, don’t forget to buy drinks for each person.

Oche, #01-05/06, Riverside Point, 30 Merchant Road, Singapore 058282

 

Sanchos Mexican Bar & Grill

Those who like Mexican cuisine, welcome to the newest eatery on Clarke Quay. Its cuisine offers real flavors that you may eat and drink. Get the Sanchos-only barbacoa tacos, which are served warm on blue corn tortillas with guacamole and shredded duck confit. And if you don’t have margaritas, it’s not a Mexican fiesta! We’re going to challenge you to sample the one with jalapeño juice.

 

The Riverhouse

The Riverhouse is located in the most recognizable and historic building in the Clarke Quay neighborhood. This multi-concept location, which combines Yang nightclub, Mimi, a contemporary Chinese restaurant, and Yin, an outdoor bar and lounge, is unquestionably a must-see. If you’re looking for a classic (but trendy) Chinese-inspired wedding picture session location, this is also a stunning place to choose.

The Riverhouse, #01-02, Merchant’s Court, 3A River Valley Road, Singapore 179020

 

Little Saigon

You’re invited to unwind by the Singapore River in true Vietnamese style by Little Saigon. Savor contemporary Vietnamese food, very refreshing beverages, and fun live music acts from neighborhood bands. Order the homemade fresh spring roll plate, which comes with a heaping portion of pork belly, rice vermicelli, and fresh herbs, and have a fun meal with friends. Then, sip inventive cocktails that honor Vietnam (such as the Mekong and the Hanoi martini).

 

Hanjip Korean Grill House

Are you trying to get some good Korean food beside the river? For the actual thing, visit Hanjip Korean Grill House. Fine cuts of USDA prime beef, Australian wagyu, and Kurobuta Berkshire pig are served at this Korean barbecue restaurant. Order a side order of Korean fried chicken and kimchi pancakes, then wash it all down with a soju bomb if that’s still not enough to please you.

 

Zouk

This massive nightclub establishment has existed for many years. EDM hitsters Diplo and R3hab have performed there in the past, along with house and techno heavyweights Sven Väth and John Digweed. Zouk converted their facility into a spin studio, movie club, and pop-up restaurant during the times when clubbing was prohibited. However, with live music back on the schedule, the venue will be hosting a number of new events in the coming months, including DJ sets by Deadmau5, Hong, and Jeremy Boon.

Zouk, #01-05 to #02-06, The Cannery, 3C River Valley Road, Singapore 179022

 

Zorba The Greek Taverna

This Greek riverfront restaurant in Clarke Quay will make you feel like you’re enjoying the high life in Athens. Mediterranean-style foods that are ideal for sharing adorn the menu. Start your dinner with the dips plate, which comes with pita bread spreads such tzatziki and hummus. The mixed grilled plate, which includes lamb ribs, pork chop, chicken souvlaki, and baby salad, is a satisfying option. It should go without saying that baklava is a great way to finish a large Greek feast.

 

Octapas

At Octapas, contemporary Spanish food is prioritized above traditional tapas. Imagine dishes like paella, seasoned beef tenderloin, creamy shrimp on bread, and fresh prawns sautéed in garlic. Aside from the food, the interior’s stunning terracotta floor tiles, exposed brick walls, and sophisticated sea of red from the ceiling lights are impossible to overlook.

 

Level Up

We are huge fans of arcade bars. With its combination of classic party games like beer pong, foosball, and pool together with arcade favorites like Time Crisis, Bishi Bashi, and air hockey, Level Up makes us all feel nostalgic. Have we mentioned the retro style of the 1980s and 90s? Very advantageous. Not to mention the refreshments and snacks! Together with burgers and pizzas, draft beers, traditional and specialty drinks, and jug choices for larger parties go well.

 

Redtail Bar

Just a short distance from the renowned superclub, Redtail Bar is the perfect place for partygoers to hang out at Zouk. Gazing at the late-night chaos outside via floor-to-ceiling glass walls, you may comfortably converse around tall tables and bamboo paintings while sipping strong drinks.

Redtail Bar, #01-04, The Cannery, 3C River Valley Road, Singapore 179022

 

Sque

Sure, refreshing pints of Tiger are fantastic, but sometimes, we also like a good German beer. If it doesn’t burn a hole in our wallets, that’s an added plus. Enjoy one-for-one happy hour specials on beers, wines, cocktails, and mocktails at Sque.

 

The Chupitos Bar

At Chupitos, get the party started by indulging in the 130+ shot flavors that are categorized according on individual drinking preferences and tolerance levels. Two best-sellers are Paddle Pop and Milo. Do you want to go all out? You will go weak in the knees after reading The Absinthe Trilogy.

 

Cuba Libre Cafe & Bar

Popular for its strawberry, lychee, and passionfruit mojitos, this lively Cuban cantina is a hit. A wide variety of tapas meals and finger foods including tacos, burgers, roast pig, and steak are available.

 

Cafe Iguana

This stylish hangout, which has been around for decades and is popular with both residents and tourists, serves excellent Mexican food. The margaritas are very delicious (and reasonably priced, particularly at happy hour!). Additionally, you’ll be delightfully full with its tacos, fajitas, burritos, and chimichangas filled with chicken, beef, and shrimp.

Cafe Iguana, #01-03, Riverside Point, 30 Merchant Road, Singapore 058282

 

Hooters

The waitresses at this Clarke Quay eatery with an American sports motif are well-known for their cheerleading outfits. It offers traditional comfort food favorites including salads, burgers, and sandwiches—not to mention its “nearly world-famous” chicken wings. Not in the mood for food? Enjoy a drink with your friends. It’s just one of those check-the-box locations where you start to wonder what the experience was like.