The NCO Club launches its fourth and final concept: speakeasy-themed bar and live entertainment lounge Cool Cats.
Artfully concealed behind a nondescript wooden door, the establishment beckons guests into this spacious, Prohibition-inspired 60-seater.
This is a must-visit for music fans, with live performances ranging from jazzy tunes to contemporary beats from London’s underground music scene. Expect to see critically acclaimed international musicians in this intimate space, the first of which was Australian jazz legend James Morrison, who played an intimate set on 2 July.
Guests are welcome to sink into plush, leather sofas around the stage area for a better look (or rather, listen) at their favourite musicians, or head deeper into the establishment in search of mixologist and bar manager Navin Raj, who can be found behind the bar serving up classic cocktails that include Queen’s Park Swizzle and The White Lady.
Cool Cats joins three other entertainment concepts at The NCO Club: modern Chinese fine dining restaurant Madame Fan; Fish Pool, for dainty caviar and oyster bites paired with Champagne by Louis Roederer; and Stags’ Room, launched in partnership with Penfolds and Napa winery Stags’ Leap.
The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road. Tel: 6818 1920
This was first published in Wine & Dine’s Jul/Aug 2018 issue – Southeast Asia: A Journey of Flavours, Aperitifs as ‘Two’s Company, Three’s A Crowd And Four Makes A Party’