Ding Dong

One part chic nightclub and one part Shanghai opium den - a solid destination for a pumping night out

A long time Singapore player that has lasted the distance with its playful and eclectic take on traditional Asian cuisine. Ding Dong has been dishing out a posher version of South East Asian hawker-style food since 2013.

Immersed in the region’s culture and culinary tastes, Ding Dong explores modern yet nostalgic textures and ingredients, drawing inspiration from Southeast Asian flavours, paired with specially handcrafted Asian cocktails and boutique wines.

Go for the sharing plates – think pulled beef cheek buns, duck dumplings and crispy pork knuckles – and heavy on the cocktails.

A great spot for a night out with friends where drinks, good food and pumping vibes are on the menu.


115 Amoy Street, Singapore 069935
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Hours: Monday - Saturday: 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 12am Closed Sunday

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