(Updated August 2017) Beach Road, which can already boast of the iconic Raffles Hotel, has the added glitz in the style of South Beach, a luxurious mixed-use development. The upscale hotel at South Beach (originally known simply as The South Beach) has been rebranded as JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach). The food and beverage outlets at South Beach is an interesting and exciting mix of trendy places that cater to a range of patrons.
South Beach is a sprawling development with an impressive distinctive design which incorporates 4 historic buildings – 3 army barracks and the Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO) Club – with 2 new tower blocks. The complex comprises office towers, luxury residences, a designer hotel, ball room, retail spaces and an exclusive membership club.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach
The 654-room designer hotel was conceptualised by Philippe Starck. His touches can be seen everywhere – from the hotel entrance to the elevators and the furniture in the lobby and the restaurants.
Akira Back is one of the restaurants in the hotel. It showcases Japanese Cuisine with Korean accents. Read about their weekday set lunch here.
Beach Road Kitchen
The hotel all day dining restaurant is now called the . It has buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a range of local and international dishes on its menu. See our post Beach Road Kitchen – all day dining at JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach.
The Media Bar is the hotel’s gastropub offfering Western and Asian fare as well as an array of beverages from classic cocktails to local craft beers.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach also have a cocktail bar – Court Martial Bar – and a pub Tonic.
South Beach Avenue
South Beach Avenue is the retail component spread across the entire basement of South Beach, street level as well as a conservation building.
Armoury Gastrobar #01-01
The drinks menu is extensive with a wide selection of international beers. Pub food like burgers, fries and wings as well as mains like ribs and cod fish are available. Read our review here.
Vatos Urban Tacos #01-03
Vatos Urban Tacos serves KoMex cuisine i.e. tacos, quesadillas and other Mexican dishes with Korean twists. Craft beers and interesting cocktails are also available. See our review at Vatos Urban Tacos Singapore – New KoMex Restaurant.
Dimbulah Coffee #01-14
Dimbulah Coffee has a standalone glass house with al fresco seating on level 1. Coffee, tea and light snacks are available.
Quaich Bar #01-16
Quaich Bar is a dedicated whisky bar that has been awarded the ‘Great Whisky Bar of the World’ accolade. It carries more than 500 types of whiskies and also offers a variety of specialist beers, wines, tequilas, rums, vodkas and other drinks.
Lady M #01-17
Lady M at South Beach is a calm oasis with good cakes and good ambience. It is a delightful cafe to enjoy casual and sophisticated refreshments any time of day. See our post Lady M at South Beach Avenue.
Harry’s Bar #01-18
Harry’s Bar serves a good range of drinks as well as comfort food.
Alchemist Beer Lab #B1-16
Alchemist Beer Lab has an impressive indoor bar featuring beer infusion towers as well as a al fresco dining area. It offers a wide variety of infused beers and Modern-European tapas-style menu. See our post on Alchemist here.
Caffe Vergnano 1882 #B1-17
Caffe Vergnano 1882 serves very good coffee as well as cakes and sandwiches. Read our post on the Italian coffee bar here.
Real Food #B1-19
Real Food is a vegetarian and organic eatery serving healthy meals and food which has NO Processed ingredients, NO Artificial Preservatives & NO Trans-fat.
Black Cow #B1-20
Black Cow is a modern Japanese restaurant and sake bar. Read our post on Black Cow here.
Fynn’s serves salad + grain bowls, sandwiches, plates and desserts. Read our review here.
Atmastel – a modern casual restaurant helmed by Andrea Tarini, an Italian chef with a 3-Michelin-star background – offers authentic Italian flavours. Read our review here.
Fasta serves Fast Pasta – Warm Bowls, Cold Bowls and DIY pasta bowls.
South Beach Singapore is an exciting dining destination & entertainment hot spot. It has something for everyone – leisure weekend breakfast, business lunch, lazy afternoon tea, romantic dinner or celebratory drinks.
30 Beach Road
Parking (access via Nicoll Highway) :
Monday to Friday
7am-5pm – $2.40 per/hour
5pm-11.59pm – $3.50 per/entry
12am-7am – $3.50 per/entry
Saturday, Sunday & PH
7am-7am – $5 per/entry
Nearby Stations : Esplanade, City Hall