When it comes to dining, if – as Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s Oscar-winning song asks – you need more, or if there’s somethin’ else you’re searching for, then you’ve come to the right place.
Some places aren’t just for dining, offering diners additional entertainment options. From a sanctuary for reading to a friendly game of darts, here are 4 places that offer that somethin’ more.
Calling its home at Bukit Pasoh Road is The Reading Room. Outfitted with various shelves of books along its walls, it is a quiet, cosy café by day and atmospheric candlelit bar by night. The kitchen serves delights like beef bourguignon, tagliatelle bolognese and steak with salad. Book lovers are welcome to bring their own reads, or choose from one of the many available there.
Drawing inspiration from Melbourne’s alternative bar scene, Coq & Balls is proudly named after a legendary rooster famous for roaming the streets of Tiong Bahru. The menu here reflects the bold and colourful character that embodies the legend with an array of your go-to bar bites and a combination of local inspired flavours like the Nasi Goreng and Western delights like the crowd favourite Coq & Balls Cheese Burger.
Stickies is a casual restaurant and bar that guarantees plenty of fun when you have a night out with your friends. There are the classic activities like darts and 8-ball pool games. But Stickies also offers board games, PS4 games and two dedicated beer pong tables – arguable the establishment’s highlight – for large groups.
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If you’re working near Tai Seng MRT station, head down to Craft Darts and Bistro for your fix of some after-work chilling out. They serve western cuisine, with selections like chicken chop, prawn aglio olio and pork chop. There are high-def TVs where diners can watch live sports games or engage in a friendly competition with their numerous electronic darts machines.
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