Known for its welcoming, intimate ambience since opening in 2012, The Library has revamped with a new expansion, giving followers a larger space to indulge in a wider selection of innovative cocktails and bar foods. New drinks on the menu include the Pineapple Monk of dark rum, Monks herbal liqueur and tropical bitters, and the interesting citrusy-sweet What’s Abi, made with pisco, passionfruit, wasabi, peppermint, citrus and Amargo Chuncho. On the bar’s food menu are selections of regional and local comfort food served with a twist. Dishes include the 2-minute noodle, beef cheek bao, char siew spring rolls and kimchi hot dogs, along with cooler favourites like the kaya toast ice cream. In line with the bar’s ever-changing façade that previously featured artistic pop-ups and installations as well as bespoke services, the latest collaboration is with traditional Chinese medicine group Eu Yan Sang. Looking to make traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) appeal to the new generation, the establishment has been designed to look like a traditional Chinese medicine shop, while ingredients such as rooibos tea, ginger rice shrub, ginseng and hawthorn make its way into five special cocktails named Hipnotique, Thousand Eyes Cobbler, Rice & Shine, Arial Italic Black and Sun Of Fuji.
Thousand Eyes Cobbler
Eu Yan Sang Cocktail-Sun Of Fuji
47 Keong Saik Road. Tel: 65/6221-8338