If you like the funk, head to Le Bon Funk, home of the good kind of wines in Singapore. Located on the busy and bustling Club Street, this natural wine bar and restaurant stand out from the crowd of loud and rowdy bars further up the road. Here, the playlist is as meticulously crafted as the wine and food menu, which guarantees a great vibe. Canadian chef-owner Keirin Buck used to work as sous chef at Burnt Ends, which is evident in his cooking style – similar, yet different. Don’t miss the cedar jelly and foie gras toast, the beef tongue and gribiche sammy, or the birch syrup tart, if available.
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