Dedicated to bringing you a quality modern European dining experience.
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant
The 241-seater bar and restaurant situated at The Oval in Seletar Aerospace Park sets itself apart with its signature style of presenting quality classic European cuisine minus the chichi – nonetheless replaced with a laid-back cosy ambience of colour palettes in cinnamon, smoky topaz, cherry wood and black. Away from the stress of the urban city, YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is the idyllic and laid-back locale for delectable food and luscious drinks amidst a view of green lawns and rolling hills.
Enjoy a variety of fresh and flavoursome starters, mains and desserts created by our chef who keeps the food authentic with the occasional twist of surprise of ingredients and techniques used. For a memorable dining experience, no matter the occasion, guests can enjoy the outdoor view and breeze from the alfresco tables on the terrace or choose to dine in air-conditioned comfort inside the colonial building.
To complement the relaxed surroundings and authentic Modern European cuisine, we created a specialty bar, with professional staff and bartender on hand to assist you with your selection.
For diners seeking something vastly different from the usual restaurants in town and to congregate over drinks in a most charming surrounding, YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is worth a visit.
Monday to Friday: 11.30am – 11.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 8.30am – 11.00pm
*Last order for food – 9.30pm. Last order for bar – 9.45pm
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is a modern European dining concept by Pentagon Group Pte Ltd.
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant was a finalist in the RAS Epicurean Star Awards 2019
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant entered itself as a participant to the Epicurean Star Awards 2019 under the category of Best Gastro-Pub and was nominated as one of the finalists.
YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant a Garden City Fund Partner since 2014
For 6 years and running, YOUNGS Bar & Restaurant is proud to be able to contribute towards the sustaining and enhancing our natural heritage through the Garden City Fund.