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Intrepid Gastro Bar

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Intrepid Gastro Bar is a Melbourne-inspired hangout that serves hearty, honest-to-goodness Melbourne cuisine prepared with fresh ingredients, a great selection of craft beers, and superb coffee in a casual space, located right in the hustle and bustle of the Central Business District’s Far East Square.

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 21:30

Sat - Sun: 09:30 - 16:00

+65 90688297
$29 based on 6 submissions
Breakfast (3 votes), Brunch (3 votes)
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aussie at far east

Located at Far East Square, Intrepid Gastro Bar is an Australian concept of bites and drinks - an informal place to hang out. It has a chill out atmosphere, with lots of light bites or corner places to have a cuppa.

With many Aussie food options, the one must try is the crocodile skewer. Crocodile is usually quite tough, but here, the meat comes out pretty good with its flavours strongly covered by a load of spices. Oh yes, and did I not mention Kangaroo Sliders? It is done well without any after taste.

End your meal with the Rose Palova, a merengue like sweet tower ideal to end the palette with a sweet finish.

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  • Kangaroo Sliders3 votes
  • Breakfast Pan1 vote
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• 11 Feb 2014 • 2013 reviews • 256 followers

aussie at far east

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Located at Far East Square, Intrepid Gastro Bar is an Australian concept of bites and drinks - an informal place to hang out. It has a chill out atmosphere, with lots of light bites or corner places to have a cuppa.

With many Aussie food options, the one must try is the crocodile skewer. Crocodile is usually quite tough, but here, the meat comes out pretty good with its flavours strongly covered by a load of spices. Oh yes, and did I not mention Kangaroo Sliders? It is done well without any after taste.

End your meal with the Rose Palova, a merengue like sweet tower ideal to end the palette with a sweet finish.
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The management of Intrepid Gastro Bar responded to this review:
13 Feb 2014
Dear Hoongy,

Thank you for sharing your experience at Intrepid Gastro Bar! Glad that you had enjoyed the food there. Intrepid Gastro Bar also serves a good selection of brunch items daily. Do come by to try them when you have the chance! :)

Intrepid Gastro Bar
• 11 Oct 2013 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

Breakfast pan to chargrilled kangaroo loin

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Another drink-and-dine option at the bustling Far East Square, Intrepid Gastro bar has been opened since January, 2013 and is an Aussie-style eatery that serves brunch daily (till 3pm). The breakfast pan ($18) should fill you up – it comes with two eggs, a pork sausage, thick-cut bacon, spinach, tomato, grilled mushrooms and toast. Don’t want to play it so safe? Tuck in to the chargrilled kangaroo loin (comes with marsala glazed peaches, rocket leaves and prosciutto, $38). Read more Hot New Restaurant review here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/hot-new-restaurants-*gid-46300400/photos/#0c1d0800
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  • The Breakfast Pan
• 26 Sep 2013 • 20 reviews • 0 follower

Great service with decent Australia-inspired food

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A cosy joint to have beer with your mates after work, decent Aussie-inspired food and free tibits to go with. 

Enjoyed the beer and food pairing with New Zealand's Moa beer. Had the tripel which is not too bad, the roast pork is alright but fails to hit the spot though. There are 4 different pairs, will give the other 3 a try on my next visit.

The kangaroo burger was a tad too dry, not a easy meat to begin with. It should have an option of a full burger rather than the mini ones, couldn't really taste that unique flavour from the kangaroo meat.

Overall, worth a try and will return again.
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