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Address: 55 Boat Quay
London on Boat Quay has a huge selection of 5 draught beers and over 30 bottled beers such as Abbot Ale, Pedigree and Hobgoblin. The food menu mainly consists of British pub grub like fish and chips with mushy peas.

Mon - Wed: 12:00 - 23:00

Thu: 12:00 - 00:00

Fri: 12:00 - 01:00

Sat: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 97890598
+65 65352273
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More Than Just a Pub

Located at Boat Quay, this little two storey English pub with a white facade seves a variety of beer, but did you know that you can have the after morning post drinking breakfast there as well?

Serving western styled breakfasts of bacon, sausages and eggs, this is one of the few places at Boat Quay that is also opened for that post drinking breakfasts. Food is generally executed well, but the only downside of this place is that the service can be really slow.

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More Than Just a Pub

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Located at Boat Quay, this little two storey English pub with a white facade seves a variety of beer, but did you know that you can have the after morning post drinking breakfast there as well?

Serving western styled breakfasts of bacon, sausages and eggs, this is one of the few places at Boat Quay that is also opened for that post drinking breakfasts. Food is generally executed well, but the only downside of this place is that the service can be really slow.
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