Tiger’s Milk

Right atop Ann Siang House is this Peruvian restaurant and cocktail bar. Its breezy and traditional pisco bar-inspired space has a dedicated ceviche bar preparing ceviches or tiraditos (a variation of crudos, which is a German-Chilean dish similar to a steak tartare).

Bites also include the tuna tartare nikkei ($14)–tuna dices mixed with finely chopped avocado and hints of ginger, served with crisp sweet potato and yarn chips; potato-based causas ($16) and salads.

It’s also got an extensive selection of pisco and pisco infusions for their range of cocktails, for example the Pisconi ($20)–made of equal parts pisco, Campari and Carpano Rosso with a touch of Amargo Chunco. If pisco isn’t your thing, the bar is also shaking up rum and tequila-based cocktails (from $13), too.