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Cook & Brew

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Cook & Brew, a gastro-bar that is more than just a venue for the working crowd, sets the stage for all who seek a balanced lifestyle. Guests can experience our modern interpretation of a comfortably rustic bar setting, featuring a menu of classic favorites alongside an extensive selection of fine wines and craft beers from around the world.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 00:00

Fri: 11:00 - 01:00

Sat: 18:00 - 01:00

Sun: Open for private events

+65 69226948
$45 based on 14 submissions
Business Dining (4 votes), After Work (3 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes)
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My fave gastropub in Singapore

With good food and a stunning view overseeing the marina bay, you would never expect to find such a place with reasonable prices within a 5 star hotel.

Check out the full review at 
http://www.ahmasays.com/blog/cook-and-brew-finally-a-real-gastropu

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• 25 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 11 followers

My fave gastropub in Singapore

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With good food and a stunning view overseeing the marina bay, you would never expect to find such a place with reasonable prices within a 5 star hotel.

Check out the full review at 
http://www.ahmasays.com/blog/cook-and-brew-finally-a-real-gastropu
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• 15 Dec 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Ambience and Good Food

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Heard this place from a friend and decided to have a former class gathering there. Great ambience, nice view and good food. However, we did have to wait abit for our food, and 1 order was missed out. Overall, may go back to eat again with a big group for the ambience and decent food.
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• 16 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Made a reservation 3 weeks ago for a birthday dinner on 14 Oct for my son for party of 6 pax through eat2eat with a note requesting for a nice cosy table and will be bringing a cake. Received a call from their staff in the morning of 14 Oct to reconfirm reservation and when we arrived at the restaurant, I was informed that there will be a charge of $15 for cake brought from outside.  I told her that I was not informed about this at all whether during the online confirmation received nor on the day of my dinner.  Since it was my son's 16th birthday, I decided not to kick a fuss and just pay for the extra charges.  This is the first time I have to pay for a cake in a restaurant before consuming.  I would expect the restaurant to waive the charges after all, they admitted it was their mistake for not informing me. 

We ordered a variety of food and some was not delivered as they have wrongly sent to other tables which have the same order. We have to wait for the missing food and at the point of payment, the restaurant further discovered that another item was also not delivered and they just amend the bill without feeling apologetic.  I am cannot help but to feel that the restaurant does not care at all.  What a total disappointment! 
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