Singapore’s Royal Bars

Royal Room

Chic and stylish, this club room has a cozy interior in rich hues of warm red and dark purple. Be sure to try popular favorites like seared U.S. bay scallops served with Avruga caviar and mentaiko sauce ($14). Of course, the variety of wines, spirits and champagnes—think Dom Pérignon (from $398) and Krug (from $530)—is the main reason you’ll be back.

The King Louis Grill & Bar

A knight in shining armor (literally!) greets you at the door. Feast on The Knight’s Banquet selection like The Knight Lancelot ($132.50 for up to five persons), a seafood and meat platter including king prawns and sautéed green mussels. Wash it down with your pick of 16 international beer labels (from $9), including British beer Magners ($11.50)—the Prince would approve.

The Queen & Mangosteen

A perfect spot by the water to relax and knock back some pints, this bar boasts British delights like the Beef and Guinness pie ($18) and our personal favorite, the Queen’s Famous Fisherman’s Pie ($26). Other British options include beers like London Pride, Hobgoblin and Old Speckled Hen (all $16), and the iconic cocktail Pimm’s & Lemonade ($14) with added strawberries.

The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar

Renowned for its roasts, this place offers roast prime rib in three choice cuts—English Cut ($48), Classic Cut ($58) and Royal Mail ($68)—served with hearty Yorkshire pudding. Wine connoisseurs will revel in the extensive list of nearly 100 wines and champagnes (from $80 to $460), including vintage champagnes and dessert wines.