Japanese speakeasy hidden behind vending machines opens at Fortune Centre, has S'pore's largest umeshu collection

11 months ago 55

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg

Nestled on the second floor of Fortune Centre is newly-opened Japanese speakeasy Ume San 100.

On first glance, one might think that the row of bright vending machines — some of the items on display are alcohol, magazines, and even condoms — seem out of place among the homely eateries that are beside it.

The middle panel, however, is the not-so-secret entrance to the 32-seater bar.

@nova.mothership Ume San 100 📍: Fortune Centre, 190 Middle Road, 02-07 S188979 ⏰: Daily, 5pm - late 🍴: Umeshu On the Rock S$12 Umesan Nachi Pagoda S$20 Garlic Chicken Karage S$16 Umeshu Tasting Set from S$16 Spicy Tuna Kobachi S$16 This Uni is the Bomb! S$14 Sea Garden S$22 Wagyu is the New Black Chahan S$22 Angry Asari Soup Ramen S$16 #fyp #tiktoksg #sgfoodie #japanesefood #speakeasy ♬ money trees - 🍪

Umeshu wonderland

Fans of umeshu — also known as plum wine — will appreciate their collection of the Japanese liquer.

The brand says they have the largest collection of umeshu in Singapore. They even have what they call an Umeshu Bible, which has offerings such as Nakano BC Umeshu (S$88 for a bottle) and Dassai Umeshu (S$380 f...

Read Entire Article