Eat & Drink
This intimate 40-seater restaurant is where founder and chef, Andrew Walsh, pays homage to his roots. Serving Nua Irish cuisine—Nua is both the old Gaelic term for “Irish” and the modern Irish word for “new”—the dishes at Cure are gorgeous, thoughtful and refined, with a focus on quality produce.
“We’re not all potatoes and beef. There are lots of Irish chefs who were trained in New York, Asia, Australia, and who have returned home and created a very exciting food scene in Ireland," Walsh told Tatler in an interview. "I thought about these guys back home and felt that I should be doing something to represent Ireland in my adopted home.”
The Elephant Room
Through creative cocktails and delicious food, The Elephant Room celebrates the culture, flavours and people of Singapore's Little India. For starters, all of their ingredients are freshly sourced from Tekka Market and its surroundings.
Pull up a seat at the bar, ask the bartender to recommend one of the rare spirits they acquire exclusively from India—they have a fabulous collection of Indian gin—and enjoy.