Sitting by the Singapore River is the Timbre X S.E.A, housed in a beautifully restored historical building that used to play host to Singapore’s parliamentary meetings. Nestled in the heritage district and close to the landing site of our nation’s founder, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, Timbre X S.E.A hopes to bring the region’s music, food and drinks together.
For a perfect visit at this location; order Southeast Asian inspired dishes and drinks and take it all in. Must-try dishes includes Poached Black Mussels in Coconut Tom Yum Broth, Rillette of Beef Rendang on Rosti, Thai Bas Duo Pork Capellini and Chili Crab Kueh Pie Tee. Wash the food down with exclusive Thai Mojito, Chendol Cocktail and a great selection of draught beers and wines.
To curate a one-of-the-kind Southeast Asia experience, Timbre X S.E.A will also see renowned Southeast Asia F&B brands serving up their signatures on our menu for a limited time.
And on the music front having regional acts on our stage when the borders reopen! Do follow our @TIMBREXSEA on Instagram to be updated on our latest collaboration.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 5pm – 11pm, Sunday and Monday closed.
Timbre X S.E.A welcome fully vaccinated groups of 5* to dine in at our premise and we seek your kind understanding that we will be requesting you to show proof of full vaccination, a negative PET result that’s valid for the dine-in duration, or proof of recovery from Covid-19, upon arrival.
*People are considered “fully vaccinated” two weeks after receiving the vaccinations. Those who have recovered from Covid-19 or have obtained negative result on a pre-event test taken 24 hours before are also included in this category. Unvaccinated children aged 12 and below may be included in a group up to five persons if all the children are from the same household.
*Live music is currently suspended under Singapore’s Advisory for Phase 2 Re-opening of Food & Beverage Establishments
Address: 1 Old Parliament Lane, House of Timbre, #01-04, Singapore 179429
By MRT: Alight at Raffles Place MRT Station and cross the bridge by Fullerton Hotel. Turn left. Walk past Asian Civilisations Museum. Look out for the statue of Sir Stamford Raffles – we are just next to him!
By car: If you are driving, there are plenty of car park spaces at New Parliament House (opposite Supreme Court). Entrance to the car park is along Parliament Place.