6384 5595
Enjoy magnificent panoramic views over the Padang and Marina Bay while savouring a drink from a meticulously curated menu including signature cocktails, wines and craft spirits. continue reading
Additional Information
For events and group enquiries, please reach out to Cheryl at cheryl.chan@smokeandmirrors.com.sg
Opening Hours
11:30 - 00:30
Mon - Thu
11:30 - 00:30
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 01:00
11:30 - 00:30
Other Info
Online Reservation
Venue Rental
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Tiger Blood Daisy Crab Claws with Homemade Chilli Dips Milo Haze
Review (1)
Smoke and Mirrors is a new bar concept under the Park Hotel Group. It has opened its doors at the newly refurbished National Gallery (the ex-Supreme Court building), and everything about it seemed to be laced with a chic sophistication and enigma. I fell in love with the name bearing a concept I use a lot in my writings and muse, the alluring images on the website, as well as the photos I’ve seen in social media feeds, so I told myself I had to visit this place. The settings were dimly-lit, crusted with lots of mirror reflections to give it an intimate and mysterious feel, darkly seductive and posh all at the same time. The stunning sculptural bar counter was the centre of attention, lit tastefully like a beacon in the dark night. Sitting alfresco means being accorded panoramic views of the colorful cityscape while sitting indoors bring about a heightening of the senses amongst the dark earth tones and glossy reflections. It was as sexy as it could get.The Popcorn Chicken with Dried Chilli (SGD$14.00), which was the most unique I have ever seen, having eaten the same item at many other spots prior to this. The Popcorn Chicken here was crispy on the outside and tender within, the chicken also well-moistened so it was not dry or rough. Best of all, there were dried chilli and leek pooled within the serving plate and which the popcorn chicken pieces were infused with, to add a tangy touch to the dish. It was indeed tasty, especially with drinks.For drinks, I went for the artistic touch, and one of their special cocktails – Painting Class (SGD$22.00) comprising Peruvian Pisco, fresh lemon, Smoke & Mirrors strawberry cordial, prosecco and edible chocolate paint. Their cocktails in this series are inspired art on exhibit at the National Gallery - mine was inspired by Lim Yew Kuan. It had a lovely plum and kumquat combination kind of flavor, was refreshing and sweet; I loved the edible chocolate smeared on the outside of the glass as well, and I scraped it all up too.Full review and more detailed information is up on my blogsite here:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/11/chilling-out-at-smoke-mirrors-lounge.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)