Revered for its distinctively seductive Chinese architecture, the 150-year-old Riverhouse stands as a tall in the heart of Clarke Quay precinct as one of only two remaining historic Chinese mansions.
Built in the 1870s along the banks of Clarke Quay, once the headquarters of the notorious Ghee Hok Society, The Riverhouse now pays homage to its long-standing culture and heritage of its history. The same vibrancy continues to live today in this two-storey multi-concept space housing a modern Chinese restaurant,
With its distinctively seductive Chinese architecture, remnants of the past are still present as the establishment pays homage to Eastern influences with top-notch Asian-fusion cuisine. Diners and guests alike can expect an immersive experience as they marvel at the sultry décor that amalgamates tradition and modernity.