Strap on your dancing shoes and party away with The NCO Club’s four new concepts, from a fine Chinese restaurant to a hideout for vinophiles and a live music venue.
Are you ready to party the weekend away with the newly revamped The NCO Club? Formerly known as the NAAFI Britannia Club in the 1950s, it was a socialising hotspot for non-commissoned officers and their families. Now, the post-war Modernist building has transformed into a swanky lifestyle destination with four concepts.
Helmed by famed restaurateur Alan Yau, who’s also behind Hakkasan and Yauatcha in the U.K., the chic 222-seater restaurant offers fine Chinese cuisine with a touch of old-school charm. Highlights include the nourishing Drunken Mud Crab with rice noodles and 20-Year-Old Gu Yue Long Shan rice wine ($22/100g), Lobster Cantonese served with wonton noodles ($17/100g), and Steamed Soon Hock with Ipoh Soy and Spring Onion ($14/100g). Tel: 6818 1921
For an extravagant night out, head up to the Fish Pool, a Champagne, caviar and oyster bar. A collaboration with Louis Roederer, here, guests can expect an opulent spread of oysters such as Fines de Claire ($5 each), Tsarskaya ($7 each) and Belon ($13 each), as well as Aquitaine caviar (from $88). Take a break from the briny treats with other morsels like the Kinglas Fillet of smoked salmon ($46) served with cranberry raisin crackers and sour cream sauce. Sip on a glass of Roederer Brut Rosé Vintage ($38) as you enjoy elegant aquatic performances in the diving pool. Tel: 6818 1918
Intimate and cosy, this lounge – decked appropriately in stag-themed furnishings – carries an excellent list of vintage and exclusive wines from America and Australia, in partnership with Stags’ Leap and Penfolds. Tel: 6818 1919
Keep your eyes peeled for this soon-to-open live music venue. Bringing in acts from around the world, this speakeasy will also introduce exciting cocktails for your tippling pleasure. Opening end June 2018
JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, 32 Beach Road. Tel: 6818 1908