The 2nd Floor restaurant at The American Club fuses East and West. Shades of sapphire, emerald, and amethyst dominate the interior. These neutral tones work together with floor-to-ceiling glass dividers, to create a refined, sophisticated atmosphere.
The restaurant features tiled ceilings, a brick wall behind the bar, and a hardwood-floored pavilion, and evokes an ambience that taps into Singapore’s colonial past. Eastern influences appear in the form of movable dividers reminiscent of traditional Chinese screens. These versatile screens also bring the added advantage of allowing the bar area to be easily expanded when the need for extra space arises.