The Warehouse Hotel sits on the banks of the Singapore River in Robertson Quay, a neighbourhood with a rich and notorious past. Our building has been beautifully restored as a modern hotel and is a space we hope will serve as a portal to local culture.
While there are endless options for eating, sightseeing and things to do throughout our city, we have put together this guide with our personal recommendations for your time in Singapore.
Go ahead and spend a day out exploring our favourite neighbourhoods. Eat at a local market in one of Singapore’s oldest estates, enjoy breathtaking views of the skyline while sipping on locally inspired cocktails or catch the tropical sunset on our city’s best strip of sand.
Should you need any help with reservations, our friendly team is on hand to assist.
So go on, our little red dot beckons.
Robertson Quay is one of the only neighbourhoods in Singapore with a vibrant blend of residential and commercial offerings. It is walking distance to Clarke Quay and Boat Quay; and equidistant from the Central Business District and the Orchard Road shopping district. Its bustling riverside location makes it a natural food and beverage hub.
After cutting his teeth at Nihonryori RyuGin (3* Tokyo, Japan) and Odette (3* Singapore), Chef Shigeru Koizumi’s kappo fine dining restaurant showcases Modern Japanese cuisine guided by his affinity with nature and attention to detail.
Make a booking well ahead of time to get a seat at the Chef’s Counter for an intimate, immersive experience.
15 Mohamed Sultan Road
A contemporary art gallery and non-profit organisation focused on the mediums of print and paper.
Register for creative workshops, talks and performances.
41 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236
+65 6336 3663
Tiong Bahru Market
Located at the heart of a residential estate, you’ll find a good mix of some of our favourite Singaporean hawker dishes here.
Jian Bo Shui Kueh
Tiong Bahru Fried Kway Teow
Min Nan Pork Ribs Prawn Noodle
30 Seng Poh Road,
Singapore’s quintessential rooftop bar. The food, drinks and space have been carefully curated to pay homage to the Singapore we know and love.
– Chilli Crab Waffle Fries
– B.C.M Grilled Cheese
Off the Menu (After 9pm only):
– Le Indomee Royale
331 North Bridge Road, #03-07,
+65 6337 9416
A ceramic studio founded by two local artists. Their ambition? To see locally made ceramics in every Singapore home and business.
Register for a one-time ceramic throwing or coiling trial session
By appointment only
85 Maude Road,
+65 6291 1186
Central Business District
Le Bon Funk
The brainchild of Chef-Owner Keirin Buck, Le Bon Funk is a natural wine bar and kitchen with a refreshing blend of exceptional boutique wines and elevated, meticulously prepared plates, set in the ever-bustling Club Street.
– Beef Tongue and Gribiche Sammy
– Whole Heritage Chicken, Escorola and Fennel Pollen
– Cedar Jelly and Foie Gras Toast
29 Club Street
+65 6224 1490
A cocktail bar with an emphasis on local and regional produce. Proud proponents of Asian craftsmen.
52A Amoy Street,
+65 8869 6520
Orchard & Dempsey
Horse’s Mouth Bar
Located at the quieter end of Orchard Road, Horse’s Mouth Bar is Singapore’s best kept ‘secret’ bar serving Asian-inspired cocktails.
– Off the Menu: Whiskey Sour
– Enter via Uma Uma Ramen Restaurant
583 Orchard Road, #B1-39,
Forum the Shopping Mall,
+65 6235 1088
A boutique tea house and art studio located in the heart of Orchard Road.
– Join an Art Jam session (1 session: 3 hours, 3 slots per day)
333A Orchard Road, #04-14/15,
+65 6235 8370
Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck
With a vast array of signature Chinese delicacies, Imperial Treasure has become synonymous with authentic fine Chinese cuisine in Singapore.
– Roasted Peking Duck
– Sauteed Crab Claw with Shallots & Preserved Olives
– Baby Lobster Baked with Salted Egg Yolk
The White Rabbit
A modern European restaurant, housed in a beautifully restored 1930s Ebenezer chapel on Dempsey Hill.
– Roasted Black Truffle Chicken
– King Crab Linguine
– Have a drink at The Rabbit Hole, a speciality gin garden bar behind The White Rabbit
39C Harding Road,
+65 6473 9965
Inspired by the Golden Age of cocktails and fine drinking, Manhattan is a grand hotel bar, modern with a touch of old glamour and sophistication.
– Big Apple Cheesecake
– Eighth Ward
– Sunday Cocktail
1 Cuscaden Road,Level 2
+65 6725 3377
Candlenut adopts a contemporary approach to traditional Straits Chinese cuisine and takes pride in creating inspired and elevated Peranakan dishes.
– Go for Chef Malcolm’s signature ‘ah-ma-kase’ menu for a selection of his favourites
Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique
Serves botanically inspired gelato flavoured with natural ingredients like fruits, flowers, pods, herbs and spices.
– Strawberry Basil
– White Chrysanthemum
63 East Coast Road, #01-05,
+65 9678 6092
Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata
Mom and pop stall in an old coffeeshop, serving artisanal handmade Roti Prata by owners, Mr and Mrs Mohgan.
– Go early! Usually sells out by noon
– Irregular business hours, call before heading down
7 Crane Road,
Poh Ho Eatery,
+65 9794 3124
The Intan is situated deep within the Peranakan heritage neighbourhood, Joo Chiat. It showcases the history, traditions and lifestyle of Peranakans in Singapore.
– Make an appointment via the-intan.com
69 Joo Chiat Terrace,
+65 6440 1148
Tanjong Beach Club
A stunning amalgam of restaurant, bar and urban escape, Tanjong Beach Club is an all-day sun-kissed playground on Singapore’s best strip of sand.
– Book a daybed and enjoy the sunset when evening closes in
– Swing by on Sundays for ‘Smack My Beach Up’, an afternoon beach party series
120 Tanjong Beach Walk,
+65 6270 1355
World-class oceanarium and home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. The S.E.A. Aquarium is among the largest aquariums in the world.
– Pre-book tickets online
Resorts World Sentosa,
8 Sentosa Gateway,