Media & Press

Press Coverage

Heart of Darkness Singapore's new venue has continued to receive solid press coverage since we moved to 1 Keong Saik Road, bringing our unique gastropub experience to Chinatown.

There's really no better bar and restaurant to find cold, craft beer in Tanjong Pagar!

Top Boozy Brunches In Singapore

Vanilla Luxury Magazine listed Heart of Darkness Singapore as one of the top restaurants and bars in Singapore for affordable, boozy brunches.

They highlighted our "wide variety of wines, creative beer cocktails and a full kitchen cooking up delicious western fusion dishes" in our 2-hour free-flow package weekend brunch deal.

City Nomads Review

The latest coverage comes from City Nomads, an online lifestyle and travel guide based in Singapore.

They highlighted the unique interior design experience, our Vietnamese fusion food menu, and of course our range of beer (including our brand new cocktail menu).

City Nomads Heart of Darkness Singapore Review

Read the full review over at the City Nomads website.

AsiaOne Restaurant Review

Heart of Darkness Singapore was featured in AsiaOne's list of '18 unique restaurants and cafes that totally don't feel like Singapore'.

AsiaOne they loved our fusion Vietnamese food and "eclectic variety of booze", including our unique selection of cocktails.

Paul Foster Drops By For Beer Cocktails

One of Singapore's best-known actors and media figures Paul Foster dropped by Heart of Darkness Singapore.

He visited our new venue at 1 Keong Saik in Chinatown to try bartender Mark's delicious beer cocktail as part of Negroni Week in Singapore.

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Finally managed to have a Negroni in this year's Negroni Week!!! Happening till the 20th or the 30th of September depending on which of the 16 participating bars you go to! Each bartender has developed their very own version of this classic iconic cocktail, so you'll get a chance to try so many different flavour profiles. Tonight I stopped by the newly located Heart of Darkness to try "The Conquistador" by @thatbartender_ : Mezcal, Sweet Vermouth with Beer reduction and Agave syrup, Campari cooked down with coffee beans and topped off with a coffee pilsner lollipop! Need I say more? Thank you so much Campari for adopting my very own Majulah Movement as your charity of choice for Singapore's edition! We hope that everyone out there will not only have a Negroni (safely and responsibly) to celebrate but also donate to our cause so we can continue to pay it forward and help others! The link to donate for Negroni Week 2020 is in my bio 🥃 #NegroniWeek #Campari #NoNegroniWithoutCampari #GiveBack #FosterTheLove #MajulahMovement 🇸🇬

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