Mon: 11:00 - 00:00
Tue - Sat: 11:00 - 02:00
Molly Malone's is the first Irish pub to be opened in Singapore and has been serving food,drinks and playing live Irish music since 1995.
Visit Molly's with some work folks yesterday evening. I love the fact that they have Kilkenny & Guiness Stout on tap. The beers are sooo smooth and goes well with the finger food. We order fish & chips (came with crispy batter & a good amount of fish meat), fried chicken (the slightly spicy & extremely crispy & well seasoned drumsticks were to die for! and breaded mushrooms (another of my all time favourites). There was live music - a solo singer with a guitar singing rock ballad and it was great 'cos it wasn't too loud, which allowed us to have decent conversations. Many patrons also sang along spontaneous and it was good cheer all round. I'm definitely heading back soon!
This place is a dysfunctional multi-level mess with overpriced fare, rude staff and dark depressing ambience. The only redeeming feature used to be the musical entertainment but even that has succumbed to the many Maladies of Molly Malone's. Used to be a lively spirited place years ago. You can get much better value from other gracious more appreciative barkeeps a few steps away. We walked out the last time and will never return.
After my meeting in town, we headed to this place for a quick drink and chillout, before we headed home.It was a Tuesday, so the place wasn’t packed. We sat along the pedestrian walkway, next to the road, which allowed us to drink under the stars and also admire the views of the CBD skyline – especially the towering UOB Building. I ordered the Guinness Stout on draught. Loved the fresh taste unlike from the can/ bottle. Happy hour prices was $13/ glass. I had two glasses. They also have finger food such as satay that you can also order to go with your drinks.