Mon - Fri: 17:00 - 23:00
Sat: 12:00 - 23:00
Sun: 12:00 - 23:00
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.
Had dinner with my mum on a weeknight. Brussels Sprouts is pet-friendly and we sat at one of the high tables near the entrance, with my dog leashed and sitting with us. The female server was really friendly and even offered to fill up my dog's water bowl. We were not very hungry and so we got the starter white wine mussel bowl ($22) and beer-battered onion rings to share ($7). Both the mussels and onion rings were good! Fries were free flow, with 3 types of salt. They were freshly fried and were good.
All the waiters and servers who served us were pleasant and friendly!
The ambience here is really nice, as it is breezy next to the river and the riverside in general is quieter compared to many other eating spots in Singapore. You can hear soft music and watch joggers, people walking their dogs and other random people going by and enjoy a walk after dinner too!
Definitely coming back again :)
Brussels sprouts?! What kind of restaurant would it be? When ever I walked past this place I would wonder.. until one fine day when my boss decided to give us a treat.. a Christmas treat that we finally ventured to this place. It is actually a really cool concept where by you have mussels cooked in wine/ beer in a pot. Of course what would a celebration be without boost! This place offers good Belgium beer that would be a good pairing to the mussels. It was a really fun time as we kept on feeding on the mussels and our hands did not get dirty as we just kept on using the mussel shells. However, we would have preferred it to be with a bit more boost * of course adults right! * how would you like your mussels to be served?