378–380 East Coast Rd. Tel: 6348-6861
This chic bar eatery is so named partly because its owner also owns Mad Thai restaurant just down the street. The word ‘Mad’ is also an acronym for “Making a Difference” and this place features art by local artists which you can buy. Food-wise, the 160-seater offers Northern Indian grub, Spanish tapas, Japanese fare, and brunch items. Some of the signatures include Volcano Maki ($16), breaded prawns drenched in a spicy sauce and Hae Mee Bisque Pasta ($26) with slipper lobster and dried shrimps.