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RedDot BrewHouse (Boat Quay)

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Address: 33/34 Boat Quay
Located at Boat Quay, RedDot BrewHouse serves mouth watering European food.

Fri to Sat: 12.00pm - 1.00am, Mon to Thu: 12.00pm - 12.00am

+65 65354500
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excellenct service. The food was served quite fast. Not much of the waiting time. Was crowded during dinner time, suggest that you may want to make a reservation.
Mi have to recommend that THEIR BEERS ARE GREAT!And I love the german infused beer, it tastes just so smooth. Average spend is 60/person. But the feel was good,indoor was romantic, and outdoor was very relaxing. Located just by the Singapore river, night view is simply gorges! 

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• 09 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Excellent service

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excellenct service. The food was served quite fast. Not much of the waiting time. Was crowded during dinner time, suggest that you may want to make a reservation.
Mi have to recommend that THEIR BEERS ARE GREAT!And I love the german infused beer, it tastes just so smooth. Average spend is 60/person. But the feel was good,indoor was romantic, and outdoor was very relaxing. Located just by the Singapore river, night view is simply gorges! 
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  • 8/10
• 25 Oct 2011 • 155 reviews • 2 followers

Set Lunch!

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This place gives off a very relaxing vibe, and I enjoyed the casual atmosphere for lunch. I believe they remove the chairs though for the bar tables when evening rolls around, because any drunk would definitely fall off the backless bar chairs.

Anyway, my dad and I went for the lunch set.

Tuna Tataki Rocket Salad- I loved the tuna, I loved the rocket. I would pick this again but ask them to use less dressing cause it got too acidic and sour after awhile. Presentation was nice.

Smoked Duck Salad- It wasn't smoked duck, more like barbequed? Balsamic Vinagrette dressing with mesclun leaves.

Seafood Linguine Aglio Olio- It's... alright. There are clams and shrimp. The noodles were al dente, i loved the chewyness. I'm not a fan of the aglio olio style though and after awhile the whole thing felt too oily.

Fish- I was shocked to see the fish, it was quite small and pathetically grilled. The side of mashed potatoes didn't help much though it was nice enough. Choose something else:)

And ice lemon tea to top it all off.

The waiters are very helpful and informative, and quite hot too heh. Too bad I can't drink yet.

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• 14 Jan 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst Dinning Experience in Singapore - Waited 40 minutes only to be served with a raw meat

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Order set lunch (salad and rib eye), thinking it should be quick and easy. How wrong was I.

Salad came out 15 minutes after order. Main course came out after only threaten to walk out.

The nightmare hasn't stop. The steak was RAW. It was DISGUSTING.

Tried to speak to the manager, but all service staff were just mucking about.

Had to bring the plate inside to bring to the manager attention. They agreed they would not eat it themselves.

Management please note, only serve food to customers IF YOU WILLING TO EAT IT YOURSELF.

DISGRACEFUL

 

 

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