IndoChine group opens new bar Mojo at Club Street

One of Singapore's hippest neighborhoods Club Street now has a new lounge in its midst—the Baroque-style Mojo. 

By Crystal Lee | Sep 18, 2012

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  • IndoChine group opens new bar Mojo at Club Street
    Mojo, Singapore
  • IndoChine group opens new bar Mojo at Club Street
    Mojo, Singapore
  • IndoChine group opens new bar Mojo at Club Street
    Mojo, Singapore

One of Singapore's hippest neighborhoods Club Street now has a new nightlife destination: Mojo, recently opened by the IndoChine Group.

Located above Savanh Bistro, the alluring Baroque-style space is personally decorated by CEO Michael Ma, complete with Victorian chandeliers, plush lounge chairs and cow hide rugs.

On the menu is Indochinese and Western fare, like Grilled Chicken of Savannakhet (grilled chicken thigh with lemongrass, pineapple, vegetables and sweet chilli sauce served with fragrant jasmine rice or organic brown rice, $15) and French beef stew with toasted baguette slices on the side ($16). Bar favorites and tapas are also available to munch on over drinks, which includes a variety of cocktails, martinis, shots and beer ($11-$15).
 

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