Dine, wine or chill over a movie at the new 12 Ann Siang

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    Rooftop bar at 12 Ann Siang

    We’re betting that the newly refurbished 12 Ann Siang is set to be the next F&B hangout to be seen.

    When it reopens on 2 May, the shophouse will feature five floors of restaurants and bars – including the existing rooftap bar and cinema room known as The Screening Room.

    Start from the basement of the building featuring the Catchfly bar and work your way up to the first floor, which houses Coriander Leaf Grill. This is a casual restaurant serving contemporary grilled dishes with Asian influences. The restaurant has an outdoor terrace area for those who want to dine under the stars.

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    Coriander Leaf Grill

    Moving up to the second floor is the The Coriander Leaf Studio, a private event space. This multipurpose space is fitted with full AV support, good for private parties and corporate events of up to 60 guests. Nudge, nudge, perhaps your next company offsite could take place here?

    The building’s boutique cinema room will remain as the Screening Room on the third floor, but will now feature a host of new ‘film noir’ and ‘art house’ screenings scheduled for the coming months.

    12 Ann Siang
    5 floors of dining, drinking and entertainment

    The Rooftop at Screening Room will also receive a ramped-up menu to include an enhanced gin and whisky offering, new signature cocktails and fingerfood.

    So if you’re looking for a cool place to impress your cronies or date, check out 12 Ann Siang.

    12 Ann Siang

    12 Ann Siang Road

    Singapore 069692




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