55 Keong Saik Road

55 Keong Saik Road is a contiguous row of 10 adjoining freehold conservation shophouses in Chinatown. The space formerly occupied by the Naumi Liora has been transformed into an integrated lifestyle development, anchored by an inviting 60-room flexible-living concept with a roster of five eclectic restaurants and bars, KēSa House puts the user experience first, designed to welcome those who want to stop over or stay for a while.

The Guild an F&B concept by Hong Kong’s iconic craft beer curators, Young Master Brewery was the first tenant to occupy the groundfloor units, renowned restaurant and bar concepts soon followed including Catalan-inspired Olivia, Pasta Bar by SJS Group, Mag’s and The Old Man – Singapore outpost of Asia’s best bar of 2019.

Keong Saik Road is a buzzing food & drink destination with some of the coolest restaurants that Singapore has to offer. This strategic street in Chinatown is home to numerous awarded venues including Burnt Ends, Cure, Michelin-Starred Meta and a number of other incredibly popular restaurants like Don Ho, Potato Head Folk, Luxe, Esquina, Neon Pigeon, to name a few.