Potato Head Folk opens on Friday

Travellers to Singapore will be excited to know that the hospitality and entertainment group behind the famous Potato Head Beach Club in Bali is set to open in Singapore - its first international venture. What's exciting is that this new establishment opens in Singapore coming Friday (06 June 2014)! 

Housed in an iconic building along Keong Saik Road (home to many hidden gems in Singapore), the destination combines four exciting venues that guests are able to combine or visit individually to concoct that unique experience depending on the occasion. The building will feel like a private house with various levels featuring contrasting interiors that is set to attract the creative crowd from the arts, fashion, film, music and design worlds.

First Floor (The Kitchen) - a burger restaurant
Second Floor (Living Room) - a relaxed restaurant with table service
Third Floor (Private Studio) - a decadent drinking den
Fourth Floor (Roof) - tropical paradise open-air bar 



Three Buns is an innovative restaurant and bar which redefines the neighbourhood burger joint and promises the best burger experience in Singapore. Serving an entirely home-made menu of mouth-watering burgers, sides, sodas and cocktails, everything is available to takeaway or enjoy whilst soaking up the atmosphere on the verandah tables.

Three Buns Restaurant will host a programme of performance, exhibition and interaction featuring Singaporean talents as well as those invited from all over the world. Be it an intimate gig by an up and coming singer, spoken word, poetry or a show of contemporary art this room will be a feast for all the senses.


Inspired by Bromley’s own Melbourne studio, the intimate bar on on the third floor of Potato Head Folk is Studio 1939. The space showcases a selection of modern art pieces juxtaposed with Chinese heritage pieces. Serving exclusive menu items available only in Singapore in an ever-changing menu, Studio 1939 will (more importantly) also feature a selected cocktail and wine list. Studio 1939 opens from 5pm to 1am and is by reservation only (no walk-ins sorry!). 


Serving as Potato Head Folk’s garden, this will be a beautifully stylish, tranquil and fantastical lush bohemian oasis taking inspiration from Tiki cocktail culture. Painted in vivid blues, lush reds and vibrant yellows by David Bromley, The Rooftop is an escape for guests. One of the only rooftops in this part of Chinatown, it offers a chance to mingle and relax amongst the fragrant herbs, exotic flowers and tropical plants whilst appreciating the stunning views across Singapore. In keeping with the tropical ambiance, tiki cocktails created by Dre Masso and barbecue dishes will be served. All drinks will be served in wooden bamboo and coconut cups from Bali. This unique space will also host exclusive ‘Folk Gatherings’; regular dinners under the stars that will feature a guest chefs from Singapore and further afield, specially imported ingredients and unusual performances.

36 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089143