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Moa New Zealand Bar and Grill

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Located in The Oasis @ Changi City Point, MOA Brewing Co. New Zealand Bar & Grill serves 10 types of award-winning MOA Beers and a selection of fine Wines from Marlborough New Zealand, coupled with scrumptious continental cuisines in a semi-fine atmosphere.

Daily: 11:30 - 00:00

+65 66363353
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New venue to meet Friends in Changi

Had been to NZ based venue at Clarke Quay and it was less then impressive, so when friends ours invited us for a lazy Sunday evening at Moa in "the oasis" we were a bit dubious. We were pleasantly surprised, the owner Andrew and staff are very friendly and accommodating. Lots for the kids to do with fish pools and parents / adults can chill to live music, great beer and awesome food! Great evening out!

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  • Special Platter Meat and Seafood1 vote
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• 06 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

overrated & overpriced

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Only beer is acceptable. Foods are lousy, eg steak is chewy & over cooked. Service is S*****, eg service staff Is rude & served the wrong dish. Dinning area is untidy & is treated like a storeroom.
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  • Dinning area is a storeroom
• 08 Apr 2013 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

New venue to meet Friends in Changi

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Had been to NZ based venue at Clarke Quay and it was less then impressive, so when friends ours invited us for a lazy Sunday evening at Moa in "the oasis" we were a bit dubious. We were pleasantly surprised, the owner Andrew and staff are very friendly and accommodating. Lots for the kids to do with fish pools and parents / adults can chill to live music, great beer and awesome food! Great evening out!
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• 16 Mar 2013 • 356 reviews • 55 followers

Decent Food, But Better Atmosphere

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Full Moa Brewing Company New Zealand Bar And Grill review here


Seems like a decent place for a bite, and a nice place to chill out as they have quite a lot of entertainment options. But somehow, I felt it wasn't very memorable.

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