You may love horses for their derpy faces and majestic manes — but do you love them enough to have tried cocktails inspired from their diets?
For those looking for a unique dining experience, Farrer Horse is a newly-opened equestrian-themed gastrobar inspired by Singapore’s first ever horse-racing venue from the 1840s — so you can definitely expect to bask in some seriously elegant old-money vibes while enjoying your meal.
Located in The Sultan Hotel, the gastrobar is decked out in deep green and gold accents, complemented by opulent leather seats and portraits of horses and pictures of the Farrer Park Racecourse.
Here, you’ll be able to enjoy unique Southeast Asian-inspired fusion dishes like the Top Shell Kerabu (S$15), a Peranakan-style appetiser with savoury belacan and tangy calamansi dressing, Otah Ravioli (S$28) with otah made lovingly from scratch and more.
When you have a hankering for something sweet, you’ll also love their decadent Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta (S$18) prepared with Madagascan vanilla beans and served with sour-sweet raspberry coulis, berries and ginger flower sand.
The gastrobar also boasts six unique cocktails — each named after renowned race horses and like Kelso (S$22+), a green cocktail inspired by the grass tracks of a race course perfectly blended with Japanese barley shochu, cucumber cordial and tonic while the Secretariat (S$22+) is a intriguing cocktail inspired by a horse’s diet containing ingredients like hay-infused bourbon, apple, maple and fresh mint.
If you’re looking for a sweeter and lighter drink, there’s also the Inferno (S$22
+) which is a pink cocktail mixed with iced peach passion fruit tea and dark rum.
The next time you’re looking for a different and classy dining experience, definitely check out Farrer Horse!
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