This new watering hole is unapologetically cheeky with its edgy vibe and drink offerings
Is it still immature for a grown adult to be tickled by the phrase: Anal sex?
While no one was in stitches, we still clutched our pearls and giggled like school girls when the wall-scratching of “KEEP CALM & COCKTAIL ANAL SEX” greeted us upon entering Boat Quay's newest bar.
From the brothers behind affordable Taiwanese diner FIVE-TEN, Bee Bee's is hidden in a second-floor space of a nondescript shophouse, where one may easily miss out if not for the namesake signboard that beckons with its yellow neon glares. Exuding character with its industrial-esque furniture and graffiti art-filled walls, the watering hole is a place to let your hair down in the good company of food, spirits and friends. Plus, the music playlist is sick.
Having chatted with bartender-owner Bryan Kishore, we learnt Bee Bee's was named after his Peranakan mother, who, ironically, disapproved of her son's venture.
Owner & bartender Bryan Kishore with his favourite cocktail, Sorry Not Sorry
So is Kishore's act one of rebellion? Nah, more like a gesture of love if you asked us.
Spices are a major influence to Bee Bee's potent pours, where customers will get to taste a flavourful mix of both Peranakan and Tiki cultures. But best of all, drinks are very affordable, with the priciest cocktail going at just $15!
Alongside three food items of tomato and burrata bruschetta ($6), tuna tartare bruschetta ($7) and pork belly rice bowl ($8), here are three bespoke cocktails you can expect at Bee Bee's:
Murmurs in Purple, $15
While not sporting a shade of purple, the gin-laced Murmurs in Purple is loud in its grape flavours, thanks to the black grape syrup, with its sweetness cut by a bout of fresh lime juice. The drink is refreshing with lavender bitters added in for a good measure of flower power.