Visited on a Saturday evening in November 2016. Located very close to Smith Street Taps in the large hawker center in Chinatown. I would guess that they had around 50 bottles during my visit. The service was friendly. Toilets are located nearby.
kermis (455) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | October 16, 2016
A small hawker place in the hawker center craft beer area, this time centered on bottles. Most variety here of the 3 places in the area with quite an international selection and certainly ticks to be had. Normal Singapore prices.
Good selection of Asian and international beers (there must have been around 50-60 different beers to choose from) stored in fridges. The hawker centre is a little challenging to navigate due to its stall arrangements, dont give up, look for this place, grab some Chinese food and chill the f out with a cold craft beer on one of the ubiquitous turquoise-coloured benches and tables! Its quite an unusual set up but thats what makes it cool.
Just 20m from Smith St Taps, they have a good selection of bottled beers from around the world, but nothing on tap. Craft beer in a Chinese food court... perfect!
As I type this is the top rated place in Singapore! Don’t be fooled. They have a couple of interesting beers and it’s a place most Ratebeerians would want to come to, but it’s far from being the best place in the city.
Read alongside comments on Smith Street Taps, from which it is a separate business but with which it is joined at the hip. On the second story of a food hawkers’ centre not far off New Bridge Road. The combination of the two places, each in effect a rented market stall, is a unique and extraordinarily authentic experience. This is the epicentre of the Singaporean beer revival. Bottled beers are bought in fro importers from Belgium, UK, Australia, Japan and others, changing weekly.
My new favourite place to hang out for drinks without burning a hole in the pocket. Located in a local style hawker center, the place is quite airy and breezy in the evenings. Noise level is acceptable, great place for conversations with drinks.