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WitBier Cafe

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WitBier Cafe ~ featuring a cool range of specialty beers and delicious bites amongst the rich historical Kampong Glam area at 32 Kandahar Street! Brought to you by the Team at Just Beers @ The Atrium!

Mon - Sat: 24 Hours

Closed: Sun

+65 62942377
$30 based on 12 submissions
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Chilled out Beer cafe

Has a huge collection of Belgian and German Speciality Craft Beers including some of their own Draught beers. The one i tried was a mix between Erdinger and Hoegaarden (the 2 that are my favorite). There's wine on the menu too.
 Yummy finger food (not a wide variety) but just the right amount you'd need with drinks on a hot evening in Singapore. They also show some Football matches if you're seated indoor. The outside is for people who enjoy a smoke.
 
 MUST TRY: Chicken Wings, French Fries and Nachos. I Forgot the Draught Beer i had but just say the Erdinger +Hoegaarden mix and the server will understand!
 
 Cheers!

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  • Craft Beers1 vote
  • Garlic Chilli Wings1 vote
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• 24 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Chilled out Beer cafe

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Has a huge collection of Belgian and German Speciality Craft Beers including some of their own Draught beers. The one i tried was a mix between Erdinger and Hoegaarden (the 2 that are my favorite). There's wine on the menu too.
 Yummy finger food (not a wide variety) but just the right amount you'd need with drinks on a hot evening in Singapore. They also show some Football matches if you're seated indoor. The outside is for people who enjoy a smoke.
 
 MUST TRY: Chicken Wings, French Fries and Nachos. I Forgot the Draught Beer i had but just say the Erdinger +Hoegaarden mix and the server will understand!
 
 Cheers!
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• 18 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible service and food, nice beer menu.

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If you are hungry and u want to grab something to eat with your beer, run away!
 I asked for a Burger, they told me ok.
 I waited 40 minutes, asked if it was coming and the staff just replied to me "cannot do Burger anymore"... So I ordered a hot dog, waited for another 30 minutes and impossible to eat it, the bun bred was as hard as a stone, maybe a week old...
 Very bad culinary experience and very inefficient service, they still have quite interesting beer menu.
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• 29 Oct 2013 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

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Located in a quieter section of Kampong Glam but still a short walk from the busy Bali Lane, Haji Lane and Arab Street stretch, WitBier Cafe was started up by the team which used to run Just Beer at Atrium @ Orchard. The bar specialises in Belgian and German beers and has a loyal following of patrons who make good use of its welcoming prices. There are four beers on tap which cost $7 a half pint or $23 a jug — Titje, Belgian Real Pils, Warsteiner and König Ludwig Dunkel. Bottles start at $7 too, which will get you a Silly Saison or any of a variety of lambic beers from Timmermans and Liefmans. Add another dollar and you can choose from Vedett and the Australian pair of Boag's and Cooper's. For more beer guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/what-to-drink/5-places-with-affordable-craft-beers-*aid-9a2f3101/?oauth_token=d77879cbf1d205269e76f0bd142274f7&oauth_verifier=7badc48d214fc2c66b19f8e786771aea
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