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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 118 submissions
Dinner (57 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (55 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (44 votes)
Ensidia Yang

Beer & Mussels, what's not to like!

I sound like a bimbo but seriously WOW WOW and WOW!! The Tom Yum Mussels are to die for and an awesome company for the beers!!
Its also a very nice cosy atas ambience, a really great place to take someone special for a casual date!

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23 Jan 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Beer & Mussels, what's not to like!

I sound like a bimbo but seriously WOW WOW and WOW!! The Tom Yum Mussels are to die for and an awesome company for the beers!!
Its also a very nice cosy atas ambience, a really great place to take someone special for a casual date!
05 May 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Terrible Food

The location and name looks very classy but when it comes to the actual food, it was very dissapointing.

I had the JARRET D'AGNEAU - braised lamb shank in tomato sauce served with baby potatoes and gremolata. It was served luke warm and it was just a big chunk of meat and there was no serving of gremolata - it was topped with some sort of parmesan instead. It looked nothing like the picture on their website.

The lamb shank was the waiters reccomendation. Obviously he doesnt know what good food is.

I also ordered a side of LEGUMES DE SAISON - sauteed seasonal vegetables

Additionally the place was overpriced. I would not come here again. Total waste of money.

02 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible experience

This is the third time I have been there and everytime I have been disappointed.. Poor service, over priced and not interest in servicing clients, poor management..What a waste of a good location..
02 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Wouldn't waste time or money here

2nd time been here - incredibly expensifor for what you get. Staff we're doing us a favour by serving us. Had to ask before bread 4 times which was supposed to come with the meal. Was burnt when broughSeeing live nearby will never make that mistake a thirds time again.
27 May 2013 • 1942 reviews • 259 followers

Afternoon Tea At the Pier

Located at the riverside, Brussels Sprouts is a long time fixture at the Robertson Quay area. At a recent afternoon, I decided to have some afternoon tea.

It's not  a meal there unless you have some mussels or clams, and I decided to have my clams with white wine sauce ($20).

I also tried the Portobello Mushroom ($14) which was grilled perfectly with a nice bouncy touch.

Not so good was the Pain L'ail ($6.50), or garlic bread which was a little on the tough side.

Overall, a casual place to have an afternoon break - quite relaxing just to have some light bites over beer.