You may be familiar with Fifty Five Coffee Bar in Singapore, but did you know they have transformed their space temporarily into a sensorial dining experience with sea-inspired decorations, food and cocktails?
The stylish 30-seater restaurant is housed in a 3-storey shophouse in Chinatown, and currently features a never-seen-before portrait of Boats, by the late Nanyang-style oil painter, Liu Kang – who is the great-grandfather of owner Nick Liu.
Additionally, there’s a range of sea-themed installations split across two levels, from fishnets to botanical elements, furniture resembling ships, oceanic artworks, an interactive sandbox, and soothing wave music to create a calm environment to relax in.
Until June 5, diners can excite their senses with a seafood-centric menu, Japanese eats and unique ocean-inspired cocktails as part of the Chef Artist-In-Residence programme.
The menu exceeds expectations with the likes of authentic Yuzu Tori Don, Super Hiro Hiroshima Oysters, Boiled Octopus and Swordfish dishes, Unadon, and much more. Plus, the ocean celebrations don’t end there because there are Japanese fusion dishes like bowls with Cold Truffle Cappellini and Hokkaido Hotate in partnership with Ooo Mah Mee.
Go on a journey of the Seven Seas with the ultimate curated cocktail experience. Choose between seven different seaside cocktails. For example, the sweet Atlantic with sake and merlot, Pacific with apple gin, or the prosecco-infused Mediterranean, to name a few crowd-pleasers.
However, cocktails are only available on Fridays and Saturdays after 7pm. Otherwise, add a coffee to your meal for the perfect pairing.
Certainly, you can’t miss this immersive experience, before it ends on June 5, offering one of the most unique dining in Singapore right now.
📍55A Neil Rd, Singapore 088892