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lgklotet (14) Stockholm, Sweden | May 13, 2009| Updated November 13, 2009
38 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD 3/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 5/20
Ambience - Top marks here, the brewhouse is in plain sight of the drinking area. Located in a really green area, thereís nothing but beautiful forest in sight (and thatís a rare thing in Singapore).
Service - Meh..Helpful, but nothing above average. I didnít even dream of asking beer-related questions.
Selection - They had six or seven of their own brews on tap, plus a Brewerkz Stout. No bottled beer (although one of the walls is tantalizingly lined with empty bottles from around the world.. even a Gose)
Food - Tried the cheese pizza. Greasy and cheesy (which is sort of a good thing, but not very sofisticated) and the marbled beef with gorgonzola. The quality of the beef was excellent, gorgonzola however was scarce. Quite pricey at 27 SGD.
Value - Average. During happy hour, prices are as low as you could want. However, the quality of the beer itself deters.
Overall - Quite low points here. I think that if you go through the trouble of setting up a brewhouse in Singapore you should really make more of an effort than this with the beers.
TerenceHua (7) , Singapore | February 20, 2009
72 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 15/20
Ambience - colonial foundations incorporating avant garde design and deco plus zen elements will relax you even before you down an in-house brewed beer. Food is of good quality. Inspired by the rich traditions of Singaporeís myriad cuisine influences, you can expect exotic zing in your orders. You canít complain about service - staff are helpful, polite and onhand to answer queries on their beers. Great place for business, social and family gatherings. Alternatively, if you can chill and peace out there alone.
highlandlad (43) Blue Mountains, Australia | April 17, 2008
28 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 1/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD 4/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 4/20
It saddens me to report that the latest addition to Singaporeís burgeoning microbrewery boom is a disappointment. Mediocre beer and atrocious service make it the weakest addition to the scene to date. But first, some general information. RedDot is appealingly situated in Dempsey Road, an area popular with ex-pats for its nightlife. On the Saturday night we visited, the place was almost full and most of the faces at the tables appeared to be local. Much of the seating is open air, which may or may not be a plus, depending on the season. RedDot brews on-site and the Western-style food served here is solid, if a bit uninspiring (pizzas, steaks. etc). Now to the negatives: to this semi-educated palate, the beers tasted like extract brews. I had three of the six available and they were all cloying and verging on undrinkable. The most popular beer brewed here appears to be a green concoction infused with the health-food supplement spirulina. Yuck. Prices are expensive for the standard on offer: $S10 for a pint. The table service was dreadful, even by Singaporeís hit-and-miss standards. It took 35 minutes and three attempts for our waiter to get four drinks right. Food courses arrived haphazardly and effectively we all ate separately. No one appeared to give a toss.
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