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BRUSSELS SPROUTS (Robertson Quay)

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BRUSSELs SPROUTS is a family-friendly Mussels and Belgian Beer restaurant.  The restaurant's concept, which serves classic Belgian food in a modern environment, is tailored towards a family-style eatery, in keeping with the genre of its locations at Robertson Quay, Big Splash in East Coast Park and Sentosa Cove. With ample seating at all three BRUSSELs SPROUTS outlets, BRUSSELs SPROUTS is the perfect restaurant for a lazy saturday lunch, or a noisy family and friends gathering!

Famous for its 12 preparations of mussels sauces including the traditional Belgian favourites Mariniere, Vin Blanc and Meridionale, as well as more Asian-inspired ones like Tom Yam, BRUSSELs SPROUTS also serves authentic Belgian fare, like the Boulettes (Belgian meatballs), Waterzooi A La Gantoise (traditional creamy seafood stew), Carbonade Flamande (brown beer-braised beef stew) and Jarret De Porc Braise A La Biere Brune (brown beer-braised pork shank).

Wash down these hearty food with daily beer promotions on Hoegaarden, Stella Artois and Leffe beers, or choose from our selection of over 150 different bottled Belgian beers.

Tue - Fri: 17:00 - 23:00

Sat: 12:00 - 23:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

Closed: Mon

+65 68874344
$44 based on 121 submissions
Dinner (57 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (56 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (44 votes)
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pretty nice place

local friends brought us here for a party. we had a big group but the manager was very accommodating and patient especially during ordering time. service throughout the day was awesome and also the food was ok. we had a lot of fun with mussels and beer!!

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• 16 May 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

pretty nice place

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local friends brought us here for a party. we had a big group but the manager was very accommodating and patient especially during ordering time. service throughout the day was awesome and also the food was ok. we had a lot of fun with mussels and beer!!
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• 02 Feb 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

our fav mussels

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the 5th time I am back and always will bring new brunch of friends
they love seafood :) 
friendly service staff - they are nice and helpful just maybe quite busy on weekends!
for improvement- should have bread given 1st serving FOC. since they serve really good mussels sauce and everyone will order more!
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• 29 Jan 2015 • 106 reviews • 0 follower

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My first visit to this place and it would probably be my last. Food was very average BUT expensive. Service was also lacking. Didn't enjoy the dining experience so I guess I won't be back anytime soon.
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The management of BRUSSELS SPROUTS responded to this review:
02 Feb 2015
Dear Yao Chuen

We are sorry to hear of your less-than-ideal dining experience at BRUSSELs SPROUTS @ Robertson Quay. We are concerned on two aspects which make the dining experience complete -- quality of food and service.

We appreciate if you could write to us, and let us know in detail what in your opinion was lacking, so that we can improve ourselves, e.g. what you ordered and what you had expected the food to be like, as well as where our service was short in relation to your expectations.

Thank you in advance for your assistance as we strive for betterment.

Regards

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