All you need to know about Robertson Quay
The quiet cousin of Clarke and Boat Quay, Robertson Quay is a laid back, tree-lined stretch perfect for those who simply want a break from the loud music and crowds. Compared to Clarke Quay, the greenery extends to even within alfresco areas, with lamps on tree branches providing warm lighting for a quiet dining experience. In fact, late-night goers are particularly attracted to the inner courtyard joints. However, if you only have one night to visit Robertson Quay, it is best to pick a restaurant of your liking just by the river for a tranquil dinner. Cafe Brio’s of the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel offers tables just 2 steps away from the river, serving international cuisine in a neat setting. Brussels Sprouts offers fresh, live imported mussels and shellfish accompanied with a variety of Belgian beers unique to the restaurant.
Though this quay is the least touristy of the 3, this party strip has recently surpassed even Clarke and Boat Quay. You’ll find numerous pubs and dance clubs, each with its unique theme and style. Furthermore, most clubs do not have a cover charge, which is perfect for late-night clubbers looking to club-hop for free.
How to get to Robertson Quay” description=”Taxi, train, bus” alignment=”text-left” blogname_color=”rgb(195, 204, 94)” title_color=”rgb(140, 4, 4)” description_color=”hsv(65, 54%, 80%)”][vc_column_text]Robertson Quay is a good 15 minute walk from Clarke Quay MRT station. Alternatively, take bus service 123 from Orchard Road and alight along Havelock Road.