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CONTENT: Yiew Kai Jie

Maziga Shots Bar Spices up the Night Scene with Original Indian-Inspired Cocktails

Regardless if you’ve been through a hard day at work or looking for a place for pre-club drinks with your friends and colleagues on a Friday night, you will find the perfect place albeit a little out of the ordinary in the heart of Clarke Quay. Maziga Shots Bar emits its cool modern vibes and great house music to it’s customers, offering them a wide selection of signature Indian-inspired cocktails that are the perfect complement to the authentic Indian street-foods available on the bar menu.

Maziga Indian Bar & Grill is the first of its kind in Singapore, following the unique and trendy Indian café concept found all over the mega cities of India and taking diners on a road trip through the subcontinent as a front-runner for innovative Indian street foods. Created by the team behind Singapore’s premier Indian restaurant at Marina Bay Sands, Punjab Grill, it redefines traditional Indian food to a whole new level, offering dishes served with contemporary twists that still retain the age-old familiarity of much-loved sumptuous Indian flavours and richness.


The word “maziga” refers to “cooking in traditional earthen pots” and as the Indian food scene worldwide continues to evolve and grow, Maziga champions the new and refreshed outlook that brings traditional Indian favourites into the present day.

Maziga’s Bar Manager Pawan Gayal, who hails from New Delhi, has managed to infuse some of India’s exotic flavours not typically found in mainstream cocktails to set Maziga’s shot offerings apart. The Chuski Margarita is mixed with a refreshing touch of aam panna (green mango), while the Chai Pani Shot is an unusual blend of vodka, Earl Grey Tea, passionfruit, Kahlua and a dash of apple juice. The Maziga Blazer is a smoky cocktail blazed in copper cups, which is a traditional way of serving Indian beverages.


With more on the menu, each cocktail has been carefully crafted to complement Maziga’s trademark Indian street foods ($12 per serving), including Maziga Pasta Fries, Maziga Chicken Fried Popcorn and Amritsari Fish Fingers.

The Maziga shots are priced from $8 to $10 per shot while cocktails are priced at $18 each. With some of them being named explicitly for customers to have a laugh about, such as: White panties (A concoction of Galliano and Vodka) and Wet P**** (Vodka Peach and Cranberry lime). Having made his mark in New Delhi’s dynamic bars and nightlife scene, Singapore’s cocktail fans will surely see more of Gayal’s unique concoctions at Maziga Shots Bar- a unique blend of traditional and modern tastes in a single shot.

Maziga is located at 3C River Valley Road, The Cannery @ Clarke Quay #01-10 and 02-03, Singapore 179022

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