I’ve been to SQUE a number of times during my previous stays in Singapore.
It’s in a location that can’t be beaten, overlooking the Singapore River and Clarke Quay. It’s a magnificent place to just watch the world (both on foot and on water) go by while enjoying a cold beer in the hot humid weather.
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The insane cyclists decided to ride up the mountain so a couple of us were left to our own devices waiting for them. We’d been pointed to La Cremaillere the day before so thought we’d give it a try.
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This was the Japanese restaurant I was trying to find when I stumbled across Ah Yat Kitchen.
After I left Ah Yat Kitchen I found another set of escalators that would take me down to B2 where I finally found the restaurant I was originally looking for called Ramen & Tonkatsu.
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Just around the corner from Fatt’s Place is another small bar called The Hair of the Dog. There are two bars of this name in the area but the one we visited is on Hart Avenue not the one on Chatham Road.
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I’d been past the redeveloped Capitol Theatre many times, and had walked through the complex on the ground floor and frequented one of the bars there several times – see here. I’d noticed the escalators going downstairs but had always thought that they just led to the carpark. While cruising the complex’s website I saw that there’s actually 2 levels of shops and food outlets below ground and that there was a great mixture of cuisines on offer.
I’d headed downstairs to find some Japanese cuisine but I was out of luck (more on that is a later blog entry) so decided to try a some Dim Sum dishes.
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