Nestled in the Bukit Pasoh conservation area, Clos Pasoh is a chic reimagining of the French brasserie for today’s urbane food and wine lover. Both its menu and wine list reflect current tastes for seriously good things sourced with intent and expertise presented in an unpretentious, casually sophisticated style.


Hidden away on the second floor of a heritage building built in the early shophouse style circa 1840, it is named for the clos (meaning a “walled vineyard” in French) and the pasoh (a nod to its location and the Malay name for earthen pots used to store water and rice). Every space — from the Dining Room to the Terrace, Wine & Cheese Room and Chef’s Table — cradles guests in effortless luxury that is designed to take you from tête-à-têtes and power lunches to lazy weekend brunches and lively nights on the town.