New on Quandoo: Hero’s Singapore
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Next up is Hero’s Singapore, a Wild West-style joint and the place to be for live music and sport, right on Circular Road in Boat Quay.
The Hero’s Singapore need-to-know
So, new on Quandoo, Hero’s Singapore is a versatile space for almost any sort of occasion. From chilled drinks while watching the sport to massive parties accompanied by the Hero’s live band, there’s little not to love. You might be wondering how a Wild West theme works with live music and live sport – not a combination too often seen, we know – but trust us, it does. Hero’s Singapore is a unique spot where longhorn skulls, saddles and other Wild West bits & bobs sit nicely alongside HD TVs.
The food at Hero’s Singapore comes courtesy of a collaboration with homegrown food company, Foodcoholic, and the menu is a fusion of Indian and Western cuisines. This all means the menu is varied so expect kebabs, wraps, pizzas and pastas, along with other pub grub and platters to satisfy every craving. If there’s a group of you heading to Hero’s Singapore we recommend ordering up the hefty meat platter then get a few sides of Hero’s famous masala fries to along with it. Damn good stuff!
Regular events and drinks deals make Hero’s Singapore a great option even you’re not eating. Keeping with the Wild West theme, there’s an impressive selection of whiskeys and bourbons available, as well as three draught beers from Hero’s very own cold room: Asahi, Kronenbourg and Connor’s Stout. To top all that off, in the VIP area guests can pour their own cold beer right at their table and track exactly how much they’re drinking (and spending) on an electronic display.
Open for lunch as well as dinner, you’ll find Hero’s Singapore on Circular Road, about equidistant between Clarke Quay and Raffles Place MRT stations, right on the bank of the Singapore River and close to Elgin Bridge.