After the less than average Nachos at Paprika and Cumin at Chijmes I decided to try Harry’s @ Chijmes which is literally right next door to Paprika and Cumin.
It was a Friday evening and my sales training event was over – I deserved a beer!
Staying at Swissotel Stamford means you’re just across the road from Chijmes, a restaurant, bar, shopping and entertainment precinct in a converted convent.
It was a hot and humid Singapore Saturday afternoon (lol, aren’t they always hot and humid in Singapore!) and my thoughts turned towards rehydration so I decided to see what Clarke Quay was like in the afternoon.
I stumbled upon the SQUE Rotisserie & Alehouse a couple of years ago when I was staying the the Swissotel Merchant Court.
SQUE is on the first floor of Clarke Quay Central shopping centre, and overlooks the Singapore “River” just across from the better known bar, restaurant and nightlife area of Clarke Quay. I say “River” as the waterway is now dammed by the Marina Barrage so is part of the Marina Reservoir.
I’d just gotten off the plane and thrown my bags in my room at the Swissotel Stamford and decided to head out somewhere I’d not been before for a couple of beers and a bite to eat.
I headed to Seah Street just on the other side of Raffles Hotel and came across a small place called Bridge.