With the tagline “food – wine – art”, Flow is a multidisciplinary new restaurant concept that has been making waves since it opened late last year. As the end-product of a hefty warehouse overhaul, the interior of Flow is marked by high ceilings and open spaces. It is located in an interesting old market area on the cusp of the central neighbourhood, District 1.
Flow has a downstairs cocktail area, an upstairs dining room and a terrace set aside for dining. It offers contemporary and traditional European fare in stylish surroundings.
There is a distinct brasserie vibe about the place, which starts off with a classical white façade. The interior is decked out with rosy-red chesterfield sofas, velvet dining chairs and artworks by Vietnam-based French artist Helene Kling.
The restaurant is suitable for corporate, fashion and lifestyle events, but works best as a chill-out spot that is ideal for business lunches and afterwork drinks.
There is a wide selection of predominantly Old World wines, mostly stored in a striking vertical glass and brick cellar that stretches up the wall in the dining room.
All this goodness would not be complete without quality food, and Flow does not disappoint in this area either, with a European menu that features touches of Vietnamese and Western cuisine.