Sum Yi Tai

Published - 09 January 2018, Tuesday

Conceptualised to pay tribute to the decadent glamour of 1980s Hong Kong, Sum Yi Tai (meaning "Third Wife" in Cantonese) propels traditional Chinese cuisine into the realm of designer bars.

Here, dragons clank glasses to premium whisky & fine wine, while dining on classic Cantonese dishes in a uniquely crafted setting.

Music wise, the theme is sealed with old Canto-pop tunes that revive memories of life back in the 1980s.

Offering 3 concepts over 3 storeys in a conservation shophouse, the ambience is surreal & suitably clandestine, ensuring that all who enter have a blazing good time. 

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Christina

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RATED 7.5 / 8
A vibrant and lively bar, Sum Yi Tai harkens back to glitzy 1980’s Hong Kong, with three levels offering different concepts – a tapas bar on the ground floor, the Mona Lounge and a private karaoke room on the second floor, and a rooftop bar on the uppermost level.

Draught beer starts at SGD $9 for Asahi Super Dry (half pint) and their happy hours deal lasts till 8 p.m. daily (9 p.m. on Saturdays) when you can get a selection of beers starting at $12, house wines at $10, and house pours of vodka, gin, whisky and rum at the same price.

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RATED 7 / 8
Been here around 4 times for food and drinks. Always a pleasant experience. The food is to die for. I love the deep-fried salmon skin with salted egg, deep fried squid with salted egg, string beans with minced pork, and the fried tofu.

Also the resto is featured on Entertainer app so it's a great bargain if you get to use the app. Definitely one of my favorite spots for Chinese comfort food. Vonny Lang reviewed Sum Yi Tai on facebook

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