Courtyard Cafe & Lounge – A Modern Straits Asian Lounge in the Old Supreme Court

June 30, 2018 0

The former Supreme Court now turned the visual state of the art museum, and now a lovely place to wine and dine at the nostalgic Courtyard Café & Lounge. Owned by Kelvin Chan, who is enthusiastic about Courtyard’s participation in CHUG, he believes that it could benefit other F&B establishments as well as the ability to specifically target drinkers, and would be of mutual benefit for F&B operators to focus on their operations while CHUG focuses on spreading the latest news and updates.

The 79-year-old grey colonial building had seen its high-profile cases in local history and will now be able to serve justice to hungry art enthusiasts, young executives who work hard but also knows the joy and value in playing hard at The Courtyard Café & Lounge Bar. Be transported back with nostalgic Straits Asian food such as their creamy, rich bowl of Laksa that has been modernised and enjoyed by all don’t forget to have some if you do pop by!

What you can redeem at The Courtyard Café & Lounge: Asahi Dry, Cranberry Peach Orb, Domaine De Chiroulet ‘Java’ Cotes De Gasco (Wine), and Kronenbourg Blanc 1664.
Address: National Gallery, Supreme Court Wing, #01-K1 (Lounge) & #01-02A (Café), Singapore 178957.
Directions: A 4-minute walk from City Hall MRT Station