Boat Quay is one of Singapore’s liveliest nightlife spots, with a diverse range of charismatic bars and alfresco restaurants. The area is usually crowded at night (especially on Friday & Saturday) where people would gather for a drink or two. Adding to that list is a NEW rooftop bar – Lady Wu, who took over the space by The Mad Men Attic Bar previously.
Located on the Attic level of The Offshore Building, this bistro bar, as the name suggests, offers a decent selection of Asian tapas and alcoholic beverages at a very reasonable price. Think mouth-watering dishes such as Wagyu Beef Cubes, Salted Egg Wings, Lobster Fried Rice, Pork Dumpling, La Zi Ji and many more! Besides, diners can also enjoy live music performances from various local acts!
With a strong oriental vibe, the staffs at Lady Wu are all dressed in Cheongsam and yes, there’s also a private Karaoke room that can house about 20 people! You can sing, eat and drink all your stress away! Need a drink badly or looking for a place to chill after work? Remember to check out this NEW rooftop bar – Lady Wu with your friends/colleagues! Cheers 🍻
The tapas looks good right? My mouth was salivating when the staff brought the dishes out! It was definitely our dream #TGIF! Oh yes, if you’re a fan of oysters, they have a 1 for 1 promo on Monday!
They have Happy Hour from Monday to Friday from 5pm till 8pm and ladies enjoy a 1 for 1 on selected spirits and wines! Shiok leh!
Lady Wu’s Signature Lobster Fried Rice // $22
Before downing all the alcoholic beverages, you need something substantial for your stomach first. This bowl of goodness was filled with wok hei! Rice was really fragrant and thank god, not sticky at all. It comes with a decent chunk of Maine Lobster! Very satisfying!
Salted Egg Wings // $12
Coated with rich and creamy Salted Egg Yolk, this wings are the perfect bar snack. Now, where’s my iced cold beer? Oh yes, don’t worry, they are not jelat at all and I can foresee you and your friends fighting over the last piece!
Pork Dumpling // $10
This Pork Dumplings, otherwise known as 红油抄手 (Szechuan Spicy Wonton in Red Oil) are super shiok, especially paired with a beer. Skin wasn’t too thick and they were really generous with the fillings. It wasn’t as spicy as I thought it was going to be!
La Zi Ji // $10
Soaked with their special Mala blend, this bite sized La Zi Ji was really easy to eat, has a nice Mala flavour (not too overwhelming) and the chicken was really crispy! A MUST-TRY!
Kung Po Chicken // $12
This reminded me of my FAV Sweet & Sour Pork but in this case, they were using chicken and of course, with a hint of spice from the dried chilli and Szechuan Peppercorn. But trust me, if I can take it, you can take the spice too! My friends really LOVE it!
Wagyu Beef Cubes // $18
Saving the best for the last and everyone’s FAV! This beef cubes were not gamey at all, flavoursome and legit make your eyes pop when you put them into the mouth. It was easy to eat and there was no fats at all. Dip it into the sauce for maximum pleasure! Highly recommended!!!
*For more information on Lady Wu, you can head over to their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Lady-Wu-2290166741307942/
Nearest Mrt Station: Raffles Place
Location: Attic Level, 11 N Canal Rd, The Offshore Building, 048824
What To Order: Beef Cubes, La Zi Ji and Salted Egg Wings
Bar Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 8/10
Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)