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Beer Market (Clarke Quay)

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Beer Market is a pub at Clarke Quay with a twist - with prices of drinks flunctuating with the total volume sold. Banker's Night on Tuesdays tie in with the opening of the London and NY Stock Exchange, Fabulous Night on Thursdays honour writers and artists.

Sun - Thu: 18:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 03:00

Eve of PH: 18:00 - 03:00

+65 96618283
$44 based on 17 submissions
Live Band (7 votes), Chillout (6 votes), After Work (4 votes)
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Revisiting for more fun times

Back at Beer Market at my request, because I want to try one of the special pizzas. Anyway, the famous beer market exchange needs no introduction - we are all familar with the "buy when low" routine, I believe?

We had a round of Spring Rolls and Luncheon Meat Fries (also known as "spam fries") - the latter was crispy and simply tasty (they were not even salty). We had 3 - 4 servings of the Luncheon Meat Fries that night alone!

We had to choose between the Chicken Rice Pizza and the Salted Egg Seafood Pizza (SGD$21.90), since everyone claimed they were full. So we settled for the latter. The crust was crackling and thin, smeared generously with cheese and salted egg. There were good bits of squids and prawns, but the salted egg could have been richer / thicker. Instead, the salted egg coating was rather thin as well, unable to overcome or stand out against the seafood and cheese flavours.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-at-beer-market-clarke-quay.html

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• 19 May 2015 • 449 reviews • 7 followers

Revisiting for more fun times

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Back at Beer Market at my request, because I want to try one of the special pizzas. Anyway, the famous beer market exchange needs no introduction - we are all familar with the "buy when low" routine, I believe?

We had a round of Spring Rolls and Luncheon Meat Fries (also known as "spam fries") - the latter was crispy and simply tasty (they were not even salty). We had 3 - 4 servings of the Luncheon Meat Fries that night alone!

We had to choose between the Chicken Rice Pizza and the Salted Egg Seafood Pizza (SGD$21.90), since everyone claimed they were full. So we settled for the latter. The crust was crackling and thin, smeared generously with cheese and salted egg. There were good bits of squids and prawns, but the salted egg could have been richer / thicker. Instead, the salted egg coating was rather thin as well, unable to overcome or stand out against the seafood and cheese flavours.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-at-beer-market-clarke-quay.html
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• 25 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great party

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I visited Beer Market on Halloween this year, and I had a great time. There was a live band on stage that was in costume and they made the crowd dance. The atmosphere was awesome and drinks were not expensive. 
I took a picture of me and my friends from their facebook page. 
Thanks Beer Market!
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• 06 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Great live music here. With a great selection of beer and a nice fusion menu to boot! One of the staff, Charlie, was very helpful when I left my phone there one night. I came over to collect it and it was safe and intact. I applaud the honestly of the staff, and I am also genuinely impressed by the live bands.
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