Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 02:00
Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 04:00
Sun: 17:00 - 02:00
Pint and Curries is a casual beer and curry gastropub serving delectable curries predominately of the Thai and North Indian variety paired with a range of craft beers and ciders.
Pictures/ Review at http://dinnerndesserts.blogspot.sg/2015/04/ma-maison-1-altitude-pints-and-curries.html
Headed down to Clarke Quay for some 1664 Blanc, my new favourite! Singapore's 1664 seems more sour than the one I had in Hong Kong. Unsure if its a bar-specific reason. The aroma of Indian curry sifting through the air while having our drinks. I must definitely try their curry the next time I head to Clarke Quay for a meal...
Pint & Curries is opened jointly by Bar Bar Black Sheep and S11. This the second joint venture for them, with the first being Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro. There will be more upcoming restaurants by them in different themes. At the first look the restaurant looks like a pop out stall with some tables outside. But don't worry about the weather as the restaurant is located within the sheltered area of the building. Operating with one chef at site, one can still have a various of yummy Indian food on the menu. There is also a wide range of uncommonly seen beers on the drink menu. Menu is a simple one piece 2-sided paper. As there is no service charge, one is expected to go to the counter to order food, with food being served at your table later.
Fruli Strawberry Beer
Made from real strawberries
The beer has a rather light and fruity taste, which does not make me feel that I am drinking a beer.
Samosas ($6.90/ 3pcs)
We start the meal with samosas.
Deep fried pastry bags, filled with minced filling
The crispy skin is light and crisp but I cannot taste what kind of meat is being used here. Suspect that it is chicken. The minty chutney dip is a bit too strong to go with it.
Chicken Malai Kebab ($14)
Succlent chicken marinated with yogurt, nuts and cream that melts in the mouth
The chicken is tender and goes quite well with the dip which lends a kind of sweetness to the meat.
Butter Chicken ($12)
Boneless chicken with butter cream, tomatoes and masala
A Bar Bar Black Sheep Favourite
This is the table's favourite dish. The chicken pieces inside are super tender with a melt in the mouth texture. I wish for more. And it gone too soon.
Palak Paneer ($9)
cottage cheee cubes in a delicious spinach puree
For those who like cheese, you will like this too with its cubes of cheese inside.
Rogan Josh ($12)
cubes of tender mutton in special herbs and spices
The lamb is huge in pieces but tastes very tender.
Prawn Chilli Masala ($16)
succulent prawns in a spicy tomato onion masala
The sauce is quite thick and spicy, that we can barely find the juicy prawns. But it tastes yummy good.
Overall the food is very nice. I am surprised to find Indian food in such a place. By the way the restaurant opens till quite late until the early morning. If you happen to be in the area clubbing, why not come here for supper. The place can get real packed. I am being told by Crystal that long queues are formed during the World Cup season during the early morning.
Adding to the happening scene at Clark Quay is Pint and Curries, a no frills outdoor dining that offers good food from the popular Bar Bar Blacksheep franchise as well as lots of beers for that after work chill - hence its name Pint and Curries.
At a recent visit, I started with the fried chicken followed by a rather spicy Mutton Vindaloo. I liked the Butter Chicken, smooth, tender pieces of meat.
The curries paired well with the Cheese and Garlic Naan. I am not a naan fan, but this one had me slurping for more. I thought that the cheese was a good addition to the bread - not overpowering and one can only taste the cheese at the end.
Finally, I cannot go without my rice, and they serve out a flagrant saffron rice here.
Hearty curries, good beer, what more can one ask for?