A socialiser’s way to please the crowd. Bayside is a refreshing sour cocktail which salutes the aromatic bay leaf and crisp green apple into a beautiful concoction.
Bay Leaves Infused Botanist Gin, Spiced Apple Reduction, Fresh Lemon, Egg White
South Side $18
According to one story, the drink was the preferred beverage of Al Capone, whose gang dominated Chicago’s South Side. e gin run by Capone’s gang had a rougher edge to it, and required more sweeteners to make it palatable. us, the South Side was born. e citrus and mint pair harmoniously together which results to a clean and fresh cocktail.
Bankes London Dry Gin, Fresh Mint, Fresh Lime, Sugar
Midnight Flings $22
Warm and intense, Midnight Flings is a spirit forward cocktail that binds bittersweet notes from our homemade tongkat ali bitters and Italian vermouth.
Milagro Blanco Tequila, Sweet Vermouth, Homemade Tongkat Ali Bitters, Chrysanthemum, Osmanthus, Saline
Hanky Panky $18
An original classic, The Hanky-Panky cocktail was the brainchild of Ada Coleman (known as “Coley”) who began as a bartender at the Savoy Hotel in 1903. The Hanky Panky is a sweet martini, with the addition of Fernet Branca, it is concocted into a herbaceous cocktail with a bittersweet nish.
Bankes London Dry Gin, Italian Vermouth, Fernet Branca
Coffee, Tea or Me? $22
Coffee, tea, or me? Why pick when you can have the best of all worlds? An alcoholic spin-off from a popular local drink ‘Yuan Yang’ constructed into a creamy velvety tipple.
Red Tea Infused Wild Turkey Bourbon, Malaccan Cold Brew Coffee, Egg Yolk, Ginger, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Evaporated Milk
Espresso Martini $18
Created by Dick Bradsell in the late 1980s while at the Brasserie Soho in London for a young lady who asked for something that would, “Wake me up, and then fuck me up.” Rich, indulgent and creamy, and the shot of espresso will make sure you keep up with the pack.
Coffee Infused Ketel One Vodka, Espresso, Coffee Liqueur, Sugar
Durian & Mangosteen
King & Queen $22
A Singapore Foodie’s dream cocktail with 2 of our favourite fruits coming together in an ambitious cocktail. Sweetness of the Mangosteen and Pandan complimented with the smokiness of the coffee beans before a nice mild durian nish.
Mount Gay Black Barrel, Durian, Mangosteen, Toasted Malaccan Coffee, Pandan, Fresh Lemon, Clarified Milk
Milk Punch $18
A classic eggless eggnog with an alluring blend of sweetness and richness making it a delicious tipple.
Mount Gay Black Barrel, Cream, Milk, Sugar, Vanilla Extract, Grated Nutmeg
You’re One in a Melon $22
Simplicity at its best. A tall refreshing fizzy cocktail with fruity notes of watermelon and lemon.
Butterfly Pea Flower Infused Hendrick’s Gin, Coriander, Fresh Lemon, Clarified Watermelon Juice, Pickled Watermelon Rinds Brine
Gin Fizz $18
The first printed reference to “z” is in the 1887 edition of Jerry Thomas’s Bartender’s Guide. Known as a hometown specialty of New Orleans, the gin fizz was so popular that bars would employ teams of bartenders that would take turns shaking the drinks. Citrusy and refreshing, the Gin Fizz is a timeless classic.
Bankes London Dry Gin, Fresh Lemon, Sugar, Carbonated Water
Call Me Old Fashion $22
This one is for the coconut lovers, the coconut adds a lovely fragrance to the otherwise potent drink that is now friendlier on the palette.
Coconut Fat Washed Remy Martin VSOP, Suze, Coconut & Pandan Sugar, House Tea Bitters
Old Fashioned $18
The recipe was said to have been invented by a bartender at The Pendennis Club in honour of Colonel James E. Pepper, a prominent bourbon distiller, who later brought it to at the Waldorf-Astoria New York City. Well balanced, with an underlining of citrus and freshness from the orange peel. The Old Fashioned is easy-sipping with an aromatic complexity of bourbon.
Wild Turkey Bourbon, Cane Sugar, Bitters, Soda
Galangal Beer $22
Refreshing and aromatic, the slightly spicy galangal marries well with the spiced pear which gives a bite to the cocktail.
Galangal Infused Ketel One Vodka, Spiced Pear Syrup, Fresh Lime, House Galangal Ginger Beer
Moscow Mule $18
In 1941 at the Cock ‘N’ Bull in Hollywood, the bar owner found himself unable to sell either the cases of Smirnoff Vodka he had purchased or the bottles of house made ginger beer. Wes Price, the bartender at the time, said he was just trying to clear out the basement. With the combination of ginger and lime, Wes created a legendary classic.
Ginger Infused Ketel One Vodka, Fresh Lime, Ginger Reduction, Ginger Beer
Flavours you grew up having, from cloves to basil to star anise, Straits Times Sour is warm and spicy yet pleasant.
Cloves Infused Botanist Gin, Basil Syrup, Fresh Lemon, House Mulled Red Wine
New York Sour $18
Also named as Continental Sour and the Southern Whisky Sour, the name New York Sour came into common use in the early 20th century. Appealing to both whisky and wine lovers. The New York Sour is essentially a whisky sour with an addition of red wine.
Wild Turkey Bourbon, Sugar, Fresh Lemon, Red Wine
Hot Remedy $22
Deeply comforting in a cold night, you get a little warm tickly feeling at the end of your nose. Very pleasant indeed.
Tumeric Infused Mount Gay Black Barrel, Honey, Tie Guan Yin Tea, House Buttered Spice
Hot Buttered Rum is especially popular in the fall and winter and is traditionally associated with the holiday season. A cup of liquid gold that is warm, smooth drinks that gently glide down one’s throat and leave little tingles in their wakes.
Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Buttered Spice, Hot Water
Oh My Jasmine! $22
Explore the diversity of Singapore’s avours with Oh My Jasmine! Hints of umami from the salted jasmine foam marry well with the citrus and smoky notes of the cocktail.
Bruichladdich Unpeated Scotch Whisky, Jasmine Syrup, Fresh Lemon, Green Tea Liqueur, House Salted Jasmine Foam, Matcha Powder
Often overlooked by the Bourbon based Whiskey Sour, the Scotch Sour is very much still a much loved sour with well balance avours.
Monkey Shoulder Blended Malt, Fresh Lemon, Sugar, Egg White
Lion in a Sling $22
A spirit-forward cocktail take on the Iconic Singapore Sling aged for 2 weeks in a charred oak barrel where we marry all the fruity, flora, tea flavours into a cocktail.
Pineapple Infused Hendricks Gin, Cointreau, Benedictine, Hibiscus, Green Chartreuse Mist, Cherry Hearing
Singapore Sling $18
Singapore Sling, widely regarded as the national drink of the Singapore, was rst created in 1915 at Raffles Singapore by a Hainanese bartender named Ngiam Tong Boon. A well-balanced, refreshing drink with a layer of flavours.
Beefeater London Dry Gin, Cointreau, Benedictine, Cherry Heering, Grenadine, Fresh Lime, Fresh Pineapple, Carbonated Water
Dear Rose Mary $22
Mouth-watering and umami with a tasty balance of spice, floral and vegetal notes.
Spices Infused Hendrick’s Gin, Rose Water, Oolong Tea Syrup, Fresh Lemon, Pickled Tomato, Salt, Black Pepper, White Pepper, Mustard Seeds, Sour Plum Powder
The Bloody Mary is a common “Hair of the dog” drink, reputed to cure hangovers due to its combination of a heavy vegetable base, salt and alcohol. Its reputation as a restorative beverage contributed to the popularity of the Bloody Mary in the morning and early afternoon, especially with brunch.
Ketel One Vodka, Worcestershire Sauce, Tabasco Sauce, Horse Radish, Fresh Tomato, Celery
HAPPY HOUR PROMOTION
In what is one of the cocktail scene’s most generous happy hour, we are offering Monkey Shoulder Blended Malt as the Bottle of the Month at a discounted price, available all night. The 1 for 1 also includes house and premium spirits like Ketel One Vodka, Hendricks Gin, Remy Martin VSOP, Monkey Shoulder Blended Scotch, and Bruichladdich Single Malts.