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Coldest & Best Beer in Jalan Besar

The basement level has the best beer offerings. We chose this stall because the owner Ah Chye is friendly and made us feel welcome. He recommended the right beer to quench our thirst in the hot night weather. His beer was so cold and shiok. We ended up having more than 2 bottles. His area was so clean and his service was fantastic. We noticed he was popular with the next tables with drinking uncles who were polite and happy. Anchor beer at $5.. who can complain? Great place to drink beer with friends and great hawker food around especially the satay and oyster omelette.

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Coldest & Best Beer in Jalan Besar

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The basement level has the best beer offerings. We chose this stall because the owner Ah Chye is friendly and made us feel welcome. He recommended the right beer to quench our thirst in the hot night weather. His beer was so cold and shiok. We ended up having more than 2 bottles. His area was so clean and his service was fantastic. We noticed he was popular with the next tables with drinking uncles who were polite and happy. Anchor beer at $5.. who can complain? Great place to drink beer with friends and great hawker food around especially the satay and oyster omelette.
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  • 60ct/satay stick & $chicken wings  recommended by Ah Chye

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