Kite's New Cocktails
Asian cocktails at a shophouse restaurant. Points.
BY Lestari Hairul | Feb 26, 2016 | Food & Drink
We just barely make it in time for lunch at Kite (53 Craig Road), a restaurant serving Asian and European fusion fare that works wonderfully, only to realise that nobody else really has cocktails at lunch on a workday.
But don’t worry, you boozehounds, the bar is open from 6pm, and here, the fusion theme is reproduced in their cocktails too.
Helmed by The Library and Horse’s Mouth alum Samuel Sim, you’ll be treated to a host of quirky-sounding cocktails like Who Stole My Kueh, with a pandan vodka infusion naturally, and sake-gin-shoyu based For Goodness Sake. The wine list is also well-worth exploring, and coupled with the excellent food that they serve up, that’s a good night spent.
First published in Esquire Singapore's February issue.