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Pince & Pints

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Pince & Pints is a restaurant and bar that specialises in lobsters. The lobsters are flown from the other side of the world and kept fresh and delivered to be cooked up to serve you with a selection of craft beers and a tight menu of cocktails.

Mon - Sat: 17:00 - 23:00

Closed: Sun & PH

+65 62257558
$54 based on 33 submissions
After Work (11 votes), Dinner (8 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (6 votes)
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Fast, efficient, tasty and good!

A friend told us about a new restaurant on Duxton rd. As we are living just next door, we wanted to check on it and were not disappointed. We were lucky to get a table without waiting (Monday night, around 8.30pm).

The menu is quite surprising: 3 choices, 1 price: 48$. Easy!

I took the grilled lobster, my boyfriend took the chili one.
Both very tasty and well cooked. No disappointment!

Staff is very nice, attentive but not too much behind your back.

The only small concern I have is that the limited choice will make it boring after a while. It's easier for the chefs to have only 3 options, but doesn't encourage customers to come back again and again to try new dishes or specialties. Should consider proposing extra "special of the day" after a while.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Grilled lobster7 votes
  • Chilli lobster with mantou6 votes
  • Lobster roll6 votes
  • Steamed lobster with fries and salad5 votes
  • Alcoholic ginger beer1 vote
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• 20 Jan 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Fast, efficient, tasty and good!

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A friend told us about a new restaurant on Duxton rd. As we are living just next door, we wanted to check on it and were not disappointed. We were lucky to get a table without waiting (Monday night, around 8.30pm).

The menu is quite surprising: 3 choices, 1 price: 48$. Easy!

I took the grilled lobster, my boyfriend took the chili one.
Both very tasty and well cooked. No disappointment!

Staff is very nice, attentive but not too much behind your back.

The only small concern I have is that the limited choice will make it boring after a while. It's easier for the chefs to have only 3 options, but doesn't encourage customers to come back again and again to try new dishes or specialties. Should consider proposing extra "special of the day" after a while.
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• 14 Jan 2015 • 126 reviews • 3 followers

Freshest Lobsters I've had in Singapore

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For a full review of Pince & Pints, please visit: http://foodiepink.com/2015/01/06/pince-pints-duxton-road/. Enjoy :) 

"Bringing the concept of Burgers & Lobsters from London to Singapore, I’d say that this has been very well-received by the locals. When I was here at 6.56pm for dinner on a Tuesday, I was 11th on the waiting list and told that the wait would be 1.5 hours long."
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• 16 Nov 2014 • 153 reviews • 11 followers

Lobster Craving!

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http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2014/11/pince-pints.html

Lobster Roll 
Super meaty lobster, shelled and stuffed into the bread. Great for ladies, and even guys, who dont want to get their hands dirty. Completed with fat fries and salad. 

Grilled Lobster
Choose between grilled and steamed, and I chosen the former. One word -> shiok!

The feeling of eating lobster in chunks, and I meant, big chunks was simply shiok. And you felt so blissful that after eating so much, there was still so much remaining...  ^____________^ Big grin literally.

Visit my site to read more and see pictures!
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