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This place is fantastic! It has a prohibition/speakeasy feel about it with quirky decor that gives it a great atmosphere. We saw a live band plus their cabaret/burlesque shows throughout the night (that featured a “The Greatest Showman” theme) and had such a great time....More
The interior and decor is interesting and insta-worthy. They only have wonton noodles as the only heavy food but you can only consume outside. Their bites are not too bad - we tried the salted egg calamari, sambal sausages, salted egg chicken wings and rolled-up...More
Bar bistro for old China hands. Girls on swings with Cheong sams. Good for beers and bands. Great atmosphere. Had wanton new at doorway. Nice touch. Worth a taste after some beers. Noodles sweet to taste. Nice friendly wait staff. Some people arrived in a...More
Amazing, fascinating, vintage, original.
A perfect place for a drink.Nice music, unique show, professional staff.The cocktails and the decoration of them are unique generally all the place have a lot to say.
At the exit there is a small place that you can have a...More
Cocktails were full of ice and very average! We tried the Suzie Wong which came in a coconut and I forgot the name of the other cocktail.. One of the staff came with the bill just after few minutes of serving us the cocktails even...More
Friday night 18 May 2018...
Rejected at the door by a sour faced girl claiming we werent dressed appropriately... theyre website down and no door policy visible. Was told no sandals or open toe shoes... i had smart dress sandals on and my partner had...More
Though it's Chinese interior design and theme , songs was in English , outside entrance was a dim sum and wan tan noodle street style store . There's 2 bar area inside where you can seat in the sofa but bear in mind you have...More
While it was hard to find the place, the security guard was kind enough to direct us. Very interesting and quirky decorations, but what stood out the most was definitely the entertainment. My friends and I didn't laugh this hard for so long, and the...More
I visited Suzie Wong in sandals (yup, open toes) and I was stopped by some hostess, saying I can't enter due to my footwear. Well, I was of course angry, but I was approached by the bouncers there and said it is not a... More
I visited Suzie Wong in sandals (yup, open toes) and I was stopped by some hostess, saying I can't enter due to my footwear. Well, I was of course angry, but I was approached by the bouncers there and said it is not a problem at all.