;D Happy Factory was conceptualised to provide working executives a place to relax, unwind and be happy. We serve quality local and western cuisine as well as the famous Singapore Sling cocktail and alcoholic beverages to cater to different palates and moods.
;D Happy Factory is also an ideal destination for tourists to have a taste of Singapore food and our signature “One Degree North” Singapore Sling cocktail.
To accompany our drinks, enjoy a variety of finger food such as the “Happy Combo”, which is an all time favourite for guests.
For those who prefer a hearty meal, ;D Happy Factory also serves a mix of local and Western cuisine prepared with quality ingredients. Be sure to try our signature Oxtail Stew, a dish not so commonly seen in Singapore these days.
The Handmade Series has been created by Singaporean artists, Daryl Goh and Kelvin Tan, to lend a touch of visual appeal to the bar and bistro.
Drawing reference from the Singapore River and Marina Bay, The Handmade Series is inspired by the bay’s fluidity and its motivation in purity, healing and cleansing. It also marks the unconventional modus operandi in ;D Happy Factory’s business strategy to stamp its contemporary mark in the culinary world.
Using light-hearted and colorful motifs, the series explores the off-balancing nature of waves and the idea of tilt-shift is inspired by “One Degree North”, the brand of ready-to-drink cocktail retailed at ;D Happy Factory.
Daryl Goh is an award-winning artist, curator and educator based in Singapore. He curated one of Singapore’s largest annual festival, Noise Singapore’s The Apprenticeship Programme for the National Arts Council (Singapore) that featured more than 70 artists at the Singapore Art Museum. Daryl is the founding curator for NPE Art Residency, and is also on the Advisory Panel and Selection Committee for The Aquila Trust, a prestigious art incubator. He has been featured in global publications including print, web and national television. In December 2015, he had also been chosen to receive the Club 21 scholarship from the luxury fashion retailer.
Kelvin Tan Ke Yun is a printmaker, mural artist and art educator based in Singapore. Kelvin has been a commission-based artist since 2001. His clients include Hongkong Land Limited Holdings, Singapore Tourism Board, Red Army Watches, and City Developments Limited. In 2010, Kelvin, together with another four local based artists, were selected by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) to represent the LeWitt Estate to execute two of Sol Lewitt’s Wall Drawings at the Marina Bay Sands. Since 2001, Kelvin has showcased his works in sixteen group exhibitions and held two solo exhibitions.