Platters Bistro & Wine Bar celebrates Halloween with late-night supper and drinks revelry!
Drawing inspiration from the olden days in France, when champagne was labelled as “the devil’s wine” (le vin du diable) for its popping corks during the time it was first discovered, Platters Bistro & Wine Bar has rolled out a Halloween promotion that will make you merry this October!
Together with its neighbour, Bartini, Platters Bistro & Bar is launching the 2-for-1 Devil’s Drink Promotion, comprising mainly of a selection of Champagne, Cremant and special cocktails for the night.
Guests will enjoy 1 free Champagne/Cremant with every 2 drinks purchased at Platters Bistro & Bar or 1 free Champagne, Cremant or special cocktail (based on a limited selection) at Bartini with every 2 purchased. The promotion is only valid on 31st October from 10pm to 2am at both locations.
To get into the Halloween theme, Platters has launched its supper menu, a selection of ‘ghoulish’ snacks to fill the hunger while you indulge in the night. Look forward to a selection of comforting bar bites such as Skeletor’s Fingers (Crispy Fish Fingers with Special Thai Sauce and Mixed Greens), Frankenstein (French Fries with Nori Mix), The Ripper’s Feast (Succulent Chicken Wings à la “Buffalo” served with Celery Sticks and Creamy Ranch Dip), The Corpse Bride (Gruyere Cheese Crepe filled with Asparagus, Jamon Serrano, and Mushroom Ragout), and Jackie-Os (Almond-Crusted Pumpkin Fritters on the Bed of Spinach, Feta and Dried Cranberry Salad).
The supper menu items will only be available in half board size and prices will range from $19++ for choice of any three bar bites to $29++ for choice of any five bar bites on a board. Bar bites selection also include the popular House Platters such as the Charcuterie and Cheese boards. These will be available for order until 1am on 31st Oct.
For this night, Platters Bistro & Wine Bar is also open from 12- 3pm & 5pm to 2am.
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Duxton, a place where many of us know-of, but hardly patronise. Once home to the “Hum Sup Lou” – horny uncles who patronise the sleazy pubs with girls who barely wore enough clothes to cover their body.
However, despite the negativity, over the years, many good restaurants, wine bars and bistros sprung up over the once “red-light district’ area. Korean and Japanese restaurants opened one after another and the addition of wine bars and cafes came in and filled the space.
Some examples would include Buyan and Praelum Wine Bar Bistro. Both highly acclaimed hangouts managed by the more then qualified people of the trade. These restaurants/ bistros served as one of the more recognisable establishments along Duxton Hill.
Buyan, widely known for its owner who bought a 170 year old Champagne from Veuve Clicquot for S$43,630 in 2011, prides itself as a restaurant that serves inexpensive traditional Russian fare as well as Russian haute cuisine also boast a list of rare vintage wines such as the likes of a 1877 Chateau Margaux, a 1854 and 1883 Lafite Rotschild and a 1859 Mouton Rothschild.
Managed by Indra Kumar, Head Sommelier (Buyan) and Secretary to the Sommelier Association of Singapore, a trip down to Buyan would definitely make the wine connoisseurs drool over the list of rare wines they have in the cellar to pair with their cuisines freshly out from the kitchen!
Not forgetting few doors down from Buyan sits Praelum Wine Bistro a blend of French and Indochinese inspired menu that houses wines that are both sourced directly from the wineries and trusted local distributors. Focusing on the freshness and quality of the wines sold at Praelum, one of the more prominent features is its Enomatic wine serving machine that sits on the left corner of the restaurant. At $20,000 per unit, the temperature‐controlled machine keeps wines fresh for up to 3 weeks and dispenses wine by‐the‐glass at three different amounts (taster, half, full) for up to 16 different labels.
Managed by Gerald Lu, Head Sommelier and General Manager, alongside his chirpy young and established lady Sommelier Amanda Han, the “Yin and Yang” combination of what we often link to a Bordeaux (man) and Burgundy (lady), the team at Praelum is definitely a dynamic and knowledgeable group of passionate professionals.
For more information on the restaurants, please view the contact information below:
9/10 Duxton Hill
Tel: +65 6223 7008
Praelum Wine Bistro
4 Duxton Hill
Tel: +65 6238 5287
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