This may be one of the oldest cocktail bars in Singapore, but innovation and modernist techniques are the name of the game here, with sustainability also a priority. Its latest menu, A Guide to Modern Drinking, Vol II, is inspired by celebrated modern artists and their oeuvres; each drink tells the story of the piece it pays homage to. If you’re feeling flush, go for the ‘$$$’, which contains extravagant Louis XIII cognac and champagne, adapted from none other than Andy Warhol’s Dollar Signs. Those who prefer a more spirit-forward libation should try Through the Ages, five versions of the Vieux Carré, the classic one and then the rest aged in four ways: wood, leather, clay pot and sonic waves. This is most likely the only aged flight of cocktails ever served like this in the world. Worth mentioning are chef Ryan Clift’s stellar bar snacks – try the charred peppers and the Bag of Fried Things and grab a seat at the bar for the complete experience.