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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
$47 based on 17 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Business Dining (4 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes)
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Drinks and Food With A View

Cook and Brew offers an amazing skyline view from the 72nd floor and is idea for that catch up after a long day at the office for some great cocktails as well as bites to share.

Start with the Chili Con Carne Volcano Topped With Cheddar Cheese. A little heavy, it will pair well with an opening beer.

For something even more heartier, try the Honey BBQ Ribs, whose perfectly grilled meat falls off the bones with a rich, barbecue sauce taste.

Looking for a yet another beer pairing dish ? The signature German Butcher Platter contains a huge serving of pork and chicken sausages with chicken schnitzel,and mashed potato that is bound to fill you up.

Drinks are the name of the game here and the place offers a wide variety of cocktails, wines and beer. Also, if you are game for it, try their spicy chicken wings, which comes in different spice levels and test the level of your preferred "hotness"!

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• 16 Jun 2015 • 2042 reviews • 261 followers

Drinks and Food With A View

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Cook and Brew offers an amazing skyline view from the 72nd floor and is idea for that catch up after a long day at the office for some great cocktails as well as bites to share.

Start with the Chili Con Carne Volcano Topped With Cheddar Cheese. A little heavy, it will pair well with an opening beer.

For something even more heartier, try the Honey BBQ Ribs, whose perfectly grilled meat falls off the bones with a rich, barbecue sauce taste.

Looking for a yet another beer pairing dish ? The signature German Butcher Platter contains a huge serving of pork and chicken sausages with chicken schnitzel,and mashed potato that is bound to fill you up.

Drinks are the name of the game here and the place offers a wide variety of cocktails, wines and beer. Also, if you are game for it, try their spicy chicken wings, which comes in different spice levels and test the level of your preferred "hotness"!
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• 05 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

are you kidding?

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Gastopub? You would expect, oh I don't know, some interesting draft beers. So they include kirin, Heineken and Guinness. Oh very Gastropub. And the food? Well, can't speak for it all but I had the most expensive thing on the menu which was identified as a house specialty and it bordered on inedible. I guess I should know that lobster here is frozen as it was and just mush. Avoid this place. This is Singapore with a plethora of great eats elsewhere.
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• 25 May 2015 • 43 reviews • 0 follower

Good beer but the food is a miss...

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I like the ambience here. The place has a nice interior and a relaxing ocean view. Service is decent, though I personally dislike places that offer "still or sparking water" without also suggesting plain (i.e., tap) water as an option. They have a great selection of beers and other drinks. The real problem is the food. It's okay for bar bites (though even those aren't great) but definitely not a place to dine in. Some of the dishes are passable. Everything is overpriced, especially the local offerings. And their cheese steak is particularly awful. It was disgusting. For an otherwise nice place, they need to have a serious rethink about their food offerings. Go there for the beer and atmosphere. Go someplace else to eat.
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