The Dragon Chamber is gearing up to offer a diverse array of experiences that go beyond its signature oriental cuisine.

In an exciting collaboration with Peddlers Gin, the world’s first Chinese craft gin, The Dragon Chamber is all set to launch a three-part party series called Shanghai Underground.

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Each instalment will explore themes inspired by the secret societies of Shanghai, transforming The Dragon Chamber’s main dining room into a clandestine club reminiscent of the hidden venues in the streets of Shanghai. This series promises an immersive journey into Chinese subculture, complete with tantalising libations, mesmerising guest DJs, and pop-up activities. It’s a three-part extravaganza that you won’t want to miss!

1. Peddlers Gin Guestshift with Michael Chen

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For a night of sheer cocktail wizardry, meet Michael Chen, the maestro of mixology and Group Bar Director of Muse Group, Shanghai. Michael’s bartending journey has taken him through the hallowed halls of iconic bars worldwide, and now he’s gracing The Dragon Chamber with his expertise.

On 27 September night only, brace yourself for an evening of exclusive cocktails, where Peddlers Gin takes centre stage in a symphony of flavours. This one-night-only guest shift promises to redefine your gin experience. If you’re a true cocktail enthusiast, mark your calendar, because this is an event you absolutely cannot afford to miss!

Date: 27 September 2023, 6-10pm

2. Full Moon Edition: an alternative mid-autumn celebration

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The series kicks off with the Full Moon Edition on 30 September 2023, offering unconventional partygoers an alternative way to celebrate Mid-Autumn.

Renowned guest DJ KiDG, known for his eclectic soundscapes covering Nu-Disco, Asian Funk, and guilty pleasures, will get the crowd moving. Between dance breaks, enjoy beer pong battles, glow sticks, and table games like dice rolls with shots on the line.

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The experience is open to all. You can secure tables with packages starting from $328++, including spirits, wines, cocktails, and beer bundles. For those with an appetite, indulge in delectable bites, including Mala Fries ($10), Firecracker Chicken ($18), and Cheeseburger Rolls ($16).

Date: 30 September 2023, 8pm onwards

3. New cocktail menu at The Dragon Chamber

Can’t make it to the upcoming events? No worries! Starting late September, The Dragon Chamber is launching an exciting new cocktail program led by Bar Manager Kishan Kumar. With nine years of experience across The Lo & Behold Group concepts and Mandala Club, you can expect a fantastic array of cocktails to elevate your dining experience.

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Among the highlights is the captivating Dragon’s Eye ($22), a Cheng Teng-inspired masterpiece that tantalises the senses with longan tea, dark rum, date syrup, citrus, and a hint of peated whiskey mist. For those seeking a frothy and citrusy delight, the Umai Dream ($22) awaits, featuring umeshu, honey yuzu tea, and chocolate bitters.

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But that’s just the beginning! Dive into the Bangkok Breeze ($22), a zesty and spicy creation reminiscent of Thailand’s beloved hot and sour soup, expertly blending tom yum vodka, kaffir lime syrup, fresh lime, and egg white. Or venture into the realm of smoky and flavorful with the Bakkwa Old Fashioned ($22), where bourbon meets bakkwa, yielding a drink that hits all the right spots.

And for those who appreciate the camaraderie of good friends, don’t miss the Spiced Pu-er ($68). Designed for groups of four to five, this heartwarming concoction, served in an elegant ceremonial teapot, marries Peddlers Gin, spiced rum, baijiu, a dash of pu-er tea, and ginger syrup. It creates a delightful aperitif, making it the perfect choice to commence or conclude your dining adventure. 

The Dragon Chamber

Location: The Dragon Chamber, 2 Circular Road, Singapore 049358
Tel: +65 6950 0015
Opening hours: 
Monday: Closed
Tue-Thu: 11am-3pm, 5-10:30pm
Fri-Sat: 11am-3pm, 5-11:30pm
Sunday: 11am-3pm, 5-10:30pm

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