Housed in a huge old mill, Blue Frog offers the city’s self-conscious style tribes live music most night’s of the week. But rather than the hassle of dining elsewhere and then trying to snag a highly coveted seat in one of the futuristic pods, it makes sense to eat here, too.
The restaurant serves up a global menu to match it’s global mélange of musical performances: appetisers, grills and salads – some Singaporean in style, others distinctly Indian – are served up with flair. The Indian estate teas are great if you’re on the wagon.
What’s more, Blue Frog’s five-hour long Sunday brunch is the only place in town where you can combine live music with a game of Jenga and a Frog Mezze Platter (much more appetising than it sounds).