There's a chic new venue in town, the latest addition to the award-winning Harry's family. The sleek bar is at the border of the CBD, close to the waterfront and the Esplanade. It's perfect for anything from a casual after-work cocktail to a feast of international dishes and local specialties.
Since its founding a quarter of a century ago, this restaurant chain has expanded across the country. With 20 locations in Singapore, Harry's is a national institution. The well-established chain has fans all over the city – and we keep on coming back for more.
Eat the world in one menu
The food on offer comes from every corner of the world. Start off not too far from home, and enjoy some Asian cuisines. Indonesian beef and chicken satay skewers come with a tangy peanut dip, while the Kimchi Chicken Burger draws on Korean cooking. It pairs up a crispy chicken fillet with spicy tomato sauce and special kimchi coleslaw for knock-out fusion flavour.
If you fancy something more American, there's plenty of star-spangled dishes up for grabs too. Harry's Signature Wings are crispy, spicy bites of Americana. Go for something Tex-Mex with the homemade cheesy chilli nachos – or pair Glasgow and Guadalajara with the Angus Jazz Burger. Prime Scottish beef is topped with beetroot relish, and a jalapeño cheese sauce for extra kick.
Complete your culinary world tour by exploring European flavours. Creamy Italian chicken and mushroom carbonara makes a great midweek dinner. Split the Mediterranean-inspired Charcuterie & Cheese Board plate, served with dried fruits and jet black charcoal ciabatta, with some friends – or enjoy a traditional Margherita flatbread all to yourself for a taste of Naples.
From humble beginnings to national icons
Back when Harry's started in 1992, nobody could have predicted its success. Wherever you live now, you've probably got a Harry's within walking distance. Its flagship venue – next to the Boat Quay, and across the river from the Raffles Landing Site – is still going strong today. But now there's a wealth of other places too, from suburban cafes to city-centre hang-outs.
Harry's initial appeal was its versatility. It's got sports fans watching games in one corner, while families catch up at the tables. And it's so much more than just a bar – the food menu is integral to the brand's success. When the Asia Enterprise awards started up in 2015, Harry's was one of the very first businesses to win any awards – a testament to the chain's popularity.
Grab a drink with dinner
No meal is complete without the perfect drink to complement it. Harry's has an impressive wine list, including imports from Australia, New Zealand and Chile. We're big fans of the McGuigan Shiraz, with fruity plum notes and a subtle smokiness to it, but you can't go wrong with a classic white either – try New Zealand's Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough for a clean and crisp accompaniment to cheese or herby dishes.
There's also a range of beers, from your classics like Heineken, Corona and Tiger to quirky craft bevvies. Try the Scottish BrewDog Punk IPA, or Wychwood's malty Hobgoblin brew.