SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
Club Lava
Share this article

  • Club Lava
    Club Lava

The buzz: Taking up residence in what used to be Le Baroque, this 300-capacity spot is part of the early wave of a CHIJMES renaissance. Trust us, you’re going to be hearing plenty more from this part of town in the coming months. With a capacity of some 300, there’s potential for it to get pretty lively, though you can always take refuge by going alfresco.

The décor: Blue and pink neon lights dance around the interior, adding color to solid white table tops and plain brown couches—it’s the look interior designers probably call “classic club”.

The food: For a dance spot, there’s a pretty solid variety of cuisines, mostly of the bar bites variety. Entrees range from tandoori chicken kebabs ($27.80) to fajitas (from $18.80) and quesadillas (from $16.80). There’s also pizzas and burgers (from $19.80) and desserts including the signature chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream ($12.80).

The drinks: If you’re someone who finds it hard to make a decision, then you’re fresh out of luck. There’s more than 100 varieties of alcoholic beverages on offer, including all your standards as well as the exclusive-for-about-a-week-elsewhere Absolut Elyx vodka.

The music: Daily live performances by resident band The Vibes, churning out Top 40 and R&B hits with commendable energy from 10:30pm. They even take requests.

The crowd: A post-work corporate crowd, plenty of whom frequented Le Baroque, and lots more folk looking to get drunk and get lucky.

Why you’ll be back: Because CHIJMES is set to be the all-new, not-so-new go-to spot.

Phone: 6339-6696
Club Lava, #B1-07/08 Chijmes, 30 Victoria St., Singapore, 187996 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Bras Basah

Opening Hours:

Sun-Thu 5pm-2am; Fri-Sat 5pm-3am
5.66667
 
 
Club Lava

Share this article

News

ZoukOut 2014 - Above&Beyond, Steve Angello, Martin Garrix, Richie Hawtin

Singapore's biggest night out is nearly upon us, get excited with our essential list of DJs you shouldn't miss.

What do wheat gluten, Japanese reggae and vintage vinyl all have in common?

Physical ABuse credit: Physical ABuse

We get it—you finish work, you’re tired, you're hungry, the last thing you feel like doing is working out. But there is another way to squeeze some exercise into your day with these lunchtime fitness classes. 

Crab in da Bag

They're messy, fun and downright yummy so no wonder there taking the city by storm. Here are five restaurants that serve up seafood boils in Singapore.