Prepare to witness the allure of 1930s Shanghai as Sofitel Singapore City Centre unveils their latest collaboration with Admiral Hotel Manila – MGallery:

From 16 to 31 May 2024, they will be hosting an exciting bar pop-up featuring Ruby Wong’s Godown, a speakeasy straight out of the enchanting 1930s Shanghai. During the pop-up, guests will have the opportunity to indulge in the allure of Shanghai’s golden age expressed through five signature cocktails from Ruby Wong’s menu along with sweet and savoury bar snacks from 1864, paired perfectly with the concoctions. Head Mixologist of Ruby Wong’s Godown, John Silva, will be present from 16 to 18 May, personally shaking up his concoctions for the guests.
Here’s what you can expect from this captivating event:

Five Distinguishing Cocktails from Behind the Secret Door

Ruby is bringing with her five distinguished cocktails from her den. From the fiery spectacle of the Fiery Dragon to the playfulness of Quirk N Squirt, each concoction is a masterpiece designed to transport you to the golden age of Shanghai.

Miss Ruby’s Rehab

Legend has it that Miss Ruby’s Rehab was born out of a chance encounter between young Ruby peddling cola in old Shanghai, and a sailor who fancied rum. The concoction is modern take on the classic rum-coke combo, featuring a unique sarsaparilla foam top and homemade lime jelly on the side.


Diamond in the Rough

A sleek fusion of Ruby’s delicate mixology and Remy Martin’s refined liquors which combines black sesame with hints of egg white for a unique experience.


Bar Snacks from 1864

Complementing your cocktail journey are the oriental-inspired bar snacks curated by our talented team of chefs. From the spicy Mala Foie Gras Mousse to the delightful Mango Passionfruit Macaron, indulge in delectable bites designed to be the perfect accompaniment to your libations.

Cocktails are priced at S$22++ and bar snacks starts from S$8++.

For reservations and enquiries, guests can visit, call +65 6428 5000 or email Prices are subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes, unless otherwise stated.

Images: Sofitel Singapore City Centre

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