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Harry's (Marina Bay Link Mall)

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Harry's has grown its reputation as of the most sought-after and well-established bar and dining chain in Singapore. This chic bar and dining establishment is a great place to dine and bond for friends catching up with each other, sports fanatics watching a live telecast, and even families spending quality time together.

Mon - Wed: 07:30 - 23:00

Thu - Fri: 07:30 - 01:00

Eve of PH: 07:30 - 01:00

Closed: Non-weekend PH

Closed: Sat & Sun

+65 66346318
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Harry's has long been associated with the place for the after work drinks. Enter Chef Daniel Sia from the Disgruntled Chef and one now has quality food to go with that beer.

For those looking at some light bites, other than the usual chicken wings, one should try the Love Me Tandoor ($18), chicken skewers marinated with its juices intact with a nice smoky finish.

Those needing something to crunch in the mouth need not look further than the Mushrooms and Truffle Oil Flatbread ($20). Looks simple,  but packed with flavour.

From the main course I tried the Prawn Star Pasta ($19) of spaghettini which I found to be really dry.

Better is the Curried Lamb Shank ($29) - tender meat that falls off the bone with strong tasting spices.

It is rare for a bar to serve good desserts, but the Black Forest Sundae ($16), a deconstructed black forest cake of baked brownie bits, vanilla bean and chocolate ice cream with dark cherries was a pleasant sweet way to end the meal and is a must try here. Will be a hit with the ladies.

Well there you have it, who says that Harry's is only a bar?

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• 23 Aug 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

Good Bar Food and More

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Harry's has long been associated with the place for the after work drinks. Enter Chef Daniel Sia from the Disgruntled Chef and one now has quality food to go with that beer.

For those looking at some light bites, other than the usual chicken wings, one should try the Love Me Tandoor ($18), chicken skewers marinated with its juices intact with a nice smoky finish.

Those needing something to crunch in the mouth need not look further than the Mushrooms and Truffle Oil Flatbread ($20). Looks simple,  but packed with flavour.

From the main course I tried the Prawn Star Pasta ($19) of spaghettini which I found to be really dry.

Better is the Curried Lamb Shank ($29) - tender meat that falls off the bone with strong tasting spices.

It is rare for a bar to serve good desserts, but the Black Forest Sundae ($16), a deconstructed black forest cake of baked brownie bits, vanilla bean and chocolate ice cream with dark cherries was a pleasant sweet way to end the meal and is a must try here. Will be a hit with the ladies.

Well there you have it, who says that Harry's is only a bar?
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• 17 Jan 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

A popular institution for a nice cold one

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From its humble beginnings as just a local bar at Boat Quay, Harry’s has grown into quite a popular bar institution. There seems to be one popping up at every corner, especially in the CBD area – there are more than 10 within the city centre perimeters. This is hardly surprising given that the bars target the PMEBs (professionals, managers, executive and businemen) who like nothing better than a stiff cold one after working hours. Apart from a good range of beers, wines, cocktails and house pours, Harry’s also offers its own brew – the Harry’s Premium Lager, a clear, crisp pilsner with a thin white head and aromas of grain ($14). For more drinking guides, click here!
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