Mad Nest in Singapore tapped into the growing need to display artists’ work. The place offers a brand new dining concept. While you savour the eclectic cuisine that includes Japanese, northern Indian and Thai selections, you can admire works of art by young, emerging talents. A constantly rotating lineup of art adorns the walls of the restaurant and tempts you to bring one home once you’re done with your food. This usually proves quite easy as Mad Nest offers a well-curated menu of drinks that are created for the specific types of cuisine.
Kult Gallery & Kult Kafé
Although Kult Gallery and Kult Kafé operate independently from each other, they decided to share one name because they share the same DNA. Sitting atop Emily Hill inside an old colonial house, Kult Gallery ventures to set a large-scale experiment in story telling and information delivery and in bringing innovative visual culture to the Singaporean public. Avid supporters of budding artists and musicians, the Kult establishments love to discover new, raw talents and season them with great spices and love.