Ten-Second Takeaway

A jazz bar, a café and a fine dining restaurant that all bring something different to the table. We’re calling Piano Man a breath of fresh air.

Speakeasy To Me

Warm wooden floors, rustic exposed brick walls engraved with the names of jazz music’s finest players, and a stage with a piano, the ground and mezzanine floor makes you feel like you’ve stepped into a different era.

Modelled after a Prohibition-style jazz bar, there’s a Prohibition-style cocktail menu {see our favourites here}, along with a French Quarter-inspired menu.

In The Details

The stage is well-equipped to host a variety of performers {musicians, comedians-you name it}, the bar is well designed {with faux piano keys lining the front} but the star of the show is the chandelier that hangs over the stage. Constructed­ using 58 trumpets, conceptualised by the owner himself and designed by Amith Chhabra (of Livin’ Colors Design}, it lends a touch of glamour.

While it is essentially a non-theatre venue, The Piano Man Jazz Bar boasts a green room for its artists; an exclusive space for them before {and after} their shows. Black tie service, card-only access – the works!

The Other Levels

The first floor features Cake Away, Higher up is Dirty Apron, the fine dining space offering European and Pan-Asian cuisine. It also has a rooftop section, perfect for winter-time soirees.

So, We’re Saying

With a plethora of events to look forward to {during the day and at night}, The Piano Man brings with it the promise of good times, great eats and well fashioned cocktails.

Find out more here.