Supperclub | Review
Everything about this place is constantly changing, but essentially supperclub is a multi-sensory platform where fine cuisine, art, performance and music mix. Dinner is served at 8:30pm sharp and everyone gets their food at the same time. The food is inventive, but the main draws are really the ambiance and the performances by artists. Performances and the menu change nightly, so the novelty factor is extremely high.
The Supperclub in Amsterdam is a hip club/restaurant/bar/performance art institution that has spawned sister clubs in San Francisco, Istanbul and now here. Dinner is served at 8:30pm sharp and everyone gets their food at the same time. The set menu changes nightly and when we were there, they served a five-course meal of sweetbread with mango salad, Thai prawn soup, grey mullet with ratatouille and saffron sauce, oven cooked duck breast and banana cocktail with five spices. The food, which was done in Asian fusion style was inventive, but not spectacular. However, the main draw was not the food, but the ambiance and the performance. We were treated to a performance by a pink-wigged lady in a spacey silver costume who blew big soap bubbles—quirky and weird. Later, diners were encouraged to join in the fun and blow their own bubbles. It was a very surreal experience and we felt like we were in a dance club in Europe. The staff with piercings, tattoos and very big personalities were a fun, bohemian lot too. Performances and the menu change nightly, so the novelty factor alone will keep us coming back for more.
|Address:||Supperclub | Review, Odeon Towers, 331 North Bridge Rd., Singapore, Singapore|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Tue 7pm-1am; Wed-Fri 7pm-3am; Sat 7pm-4am; Sun 5pm-1am|
|Reservation recommended, Parking available: at Odeon Towers, Late night|
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