SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
Caveau Wines & Bar
Phone: 6737-2622
Caveau Wines & Bar, #02-10 Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd. Singapore, 228208 Singapore

Area:

Orchard

Nearest Train:

Orchard

Opening Hours:

Mon-Thu noon-midnight; Fri-Sat noon-1am; Sun 5pm-midnight
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  • Caveau Wines & Bar
    Caveau Wines & Bar, Singapore
  • Caveau Wines & Bar
    Caveau Wines & Bar, Singapore
  • Caveau Wines & Bar
    Caveau Wines & Bar, Singapore

The buzz: The Les Amis Group’s latest offering (at least until their Vietnamese noodle bar Nam Nam launches later this month) marries two of our greatest vices: coffee and booze.

The décor: This understated yet chic spot with wooden flooring and furniture transitions easily from daytime coffee bar (8am-5pm), using beans from local roasters including Papa Palheta, to wine lounge by night (from 5pm).

The food: For those who pop by when it’s still bright out, pastries like almond croissants ($1.20) dominate, while evenings see more substantial eats such as grilled beef in betel leaves ($22) and duck rillettes ($16) make an appearance, courtesy of next-door sister establishments Annam Vietnamese Cuisine and Bistro du Vin respectively.

The drinks: There’s no ignoring the firm spotlight on vinos. Two Enomatic machines featuring 16 different wines allow you to choose from three different sizes (25ml, 75ml or 150ml). You’re furnished with a charge card that you insert into the machine; just grab a glass and press a button. Look forward to a list dominated by Old World wines, many of which are from France. There’s also a retail store with a 400-strong collection of wines to keep the connoisseurs entertained; enjoy them there or take some home with you.

The music: Easy listening, loungey tracks.

The crowd: A well-heeled, polished lot.

Why you’ll be back: For a top-notch vino selection (variety is key) and fab nibbles to go with, Caveau’s hard to beat.

Events Happening at Caveau Wines & Bar
This happy hour deal gets you red wine (Chateau Barrejat 2010 from Madiran), white wine (Château du Poyet 2010 from Muscadet de Sevre et Maine), rosé (Château des Sarrins 2010 from Côte de Provence) and whisky (Nikka 12-years from Japan) all going at $8 a pop. To eat, they’ve got a bites menu—crispy chicken bits, fried hanoi rolls, potato croquette and chicken drumlets—all also priced at $8 each.
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Caveau Wines & Bar

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