Harry’s Esplanade, SSO, Moonrise and Aurora – a Friday date night

We had a quick dinner at Harry’s Esplanade Bar and Restaurant before the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) Concert at Esplanade Concert Hall, Theatres by the Bay. The concert by SSO that day was entitled “Moonrise and Aurora”. There were also Red Dot August 2019 festivities in the area – free public musical performances at the Esplanade.

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Little Island Brewing Company – Changi Village microbrewery, restaurant and pub.

Little Island Brewing Company is a restaurant / pub / micro-brewery that is next door to the Tekong Seafood Restaurant at Changi Village which we wrote about a few days ago. These two eateries are so complementary. Little Island Brewing Co is a rustic western food and drinks place. It is a ribs, pizza, burgers and beers kind of place with the best seats outdoors. Tekong Seafood is a traditional seafood air-conditioned restaurant that serves local and Chinese food. We were early for dinner at Tekong that day and could not resist grabbing a drink or two before dinner.

Little Island Brewing Company Changi
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The Guild Singapore, new Keong Saik bar and restaurant by HK craft brewery

When was the last time you saw a spittoon in service in Singapore? For us it was probably in the 70s hidden under a well-used marble-topped table in a traditional coffee shop. So it was a surprise to see this previously disgusting thing in full display outside The Guild Singapore. This new Keong Saik Road bar and restaurant is a collaboration by “Hong Kong’s highest rated and largest independent craft brewery”,  Young Master Brewery and Chef Vinny Lauria.

The Guild Singapore
The Guild Singapore at Keong Saik Road

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Brewerkz Singapore Indoor Stadium – beer, pub grub in a nice location

It was a sunny late Saturday afternoon.  We decided to go to Brewerkz Singapore Indoor Stadium as it seemed like a nice place to chill out over a few beers with an early dinner. The beauty about this location is that it is away from the usual hustle and bustle of shopping malls. The atmosphere was casual and laid-back. This could have been due to the  fact that we were there during off-peak hours. There are options for indoor or outdoor dining. Being typically Singaporean, we chose to sit indoors with ample air-conditioning. Continue reading →

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