Named after the mythological "drink of the gods", this small and homey bistro serves nice Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine in a very pleasant environment.
Housed in an old shophouse, it has an 'alfresco' seating area on the pavement, where you can smoke a Hubble-bubble (shisha) while watching life on the street.
The interior is pleasantly designed in warm Mediterranean hues and with lovely paintings on the walls. The second floor features a Middle-Eastern style dinning area, with carpeted floor where you can seat on cushions around low tables... cozy, relaxed and nice, especially if you are with a small group of friends (on the first floor, it's ordinary tables and chairs).
The fairly extensive menu features a whole shebang of Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean favorites... from healthy Lebanese salads like Tabbouleh and Fattoush to dips like Hummus, Baba Ganoush (Eggplant and Tahini dip) and Spanish tapas and from a selection of Italian pastas to Arabian kebabs and Falafel... everything is fairly nice.
Prices are reasonable: SG$ 15 - 25 should be enough for a nice meal (set lunch is a fairly good value at around SG$ 15)
Open for lunch and dinner (the whole night) from Monday to Saturday (on Sunday, from 5 pm till midnight)
19 Baghdad Street, Kampong Glam Phone: 6292 7313