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The Merry Men

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Located at Robertson Blue, The Merry Men is a bar and restaurant which serves Western cuisine.

Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 00:00

Fri: 15:00 - 01:00

Sat: 15:00 - 02:00

Sun: 15:00 - 00:00

+65 67359667
+65 98221789
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Merry Man - a merry delight of food and drinks

All right, so after one round of beers at Medley Amaii Cafe next door, we finally arrived The Merry Men bar, a drinking place by the scenic riverside. Welcome to 86 Robertson Quay, #01-02, Singapore 238245 (Tel: 6732 5057).   Another relaxed hangout with quirky furniture imported from all over the world, this place also sets out to capture and captivate the busy, tired working crowd as well as families to hang out at, over good, simple food and delicious drinks. Hence, the "merry" name.    Yes, we liked the relaxed ambience already, and friendly patrons. The long-table concept was comfortable, and allowed patrons to mingle with each other, creating a rather amicable atmosphere immediately. Great music, scenic riverviews, merrymakers crowding around smooth tables - this was a non-pretentious place to unwind for sure. No fuss, no muss, just bring your appetites to the party.   Drinks-wise, it was Blackforest Mojito for me - a delicious thirst-quencher encompassing my favorite combination of mojitos, chocolate and cherries.   Food-wise, we shared a Duck Pizza - thin, crispy slices of pizza piled deliciously with mushrooms, duck, olives and cheese. Every bite was a crispy explosion of flavors. This was truly comfort food for the work-weary souls.   For more detailed information and photos, do drop by: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/01/chilling-out-at-merry-men-bar-robertson.html

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• 01 Mar 2014 • 448 reviews • 7 followers

Merry Man - a merry delight of food and drinks

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All right, so after one round of beers at Medley Amaii Cafe next door, we finally arrived The Merry Men bar, a drinking place by the scenic riverside. Welcome to 86 Robertson Quay, #01-02, Singapore 238245 (Tel: 6732 5057).   Another relaxed hangout with quirky furniture imported from all over the world, this place also sets out to capture and captivate the busy, tired working crowd as well as families to hang out at, over good, simple food and delicious drinks. Hence, the "merry" name.    Yes, we liked the relaxed ambience already, and friendly patrons. The long-table concept was comfortable, and allowed patrons to mingle with each other, creating a rather amicable atmosphere immediately. Great music, scenic riverviews, merrymakers crowding around smooth tables - this was a non-pretentious place to unwind for sure. No fuss, no muss, just bring your appetites to the party.   Drinks-wise, it was Blackforest Mojito for me - a delicious thirst-quencher encompassing my favorite combination of mojitos, chocolate and cherries.   Food-wise, we shared a Duck Pizza - thin, crispy slices of pizza piled deliciously with mushrooms, duck, olives and cheese. Every bite was a crispy explosion of flavors. This was truly comfort food for the work-weary souls.   For more detailed information and photos, do drop by: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/01/chilling-out-at-merry-men-bar-robertson.html
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• 16 Dec 2013 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

1 for 1 pizza

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The Merry Men The Merry Men’s Kitchen + Bar aims to be the regular hangout for friends and family. This means serving unpretentious dishes made from high-quality produce to satisfy the epicures as well as offering a selection of unique Australian beers to satisfy the beer-lovers. All at affordable prices so you can visit regularly without lightening your wallet!   Tuesdays by the River  In conjunction with Visa’s Tuesdays by the river, you can enjoy their 1 for 1 pizza madness promotion. Have a selection of the the Bolognese Pizza ($20) with a generous helping of greens and tomato sauce. Don’t forget the fan favourite, the Roast Duck and Lychee Pizza ($20).   Terms and Conditions Valid only on every Tuesdays between 17 September 2013 to 18 March 2014. Valid only with the use of Visa Credit and Debit card. Complimentary item must be equal or lesser value of the item purchased. Offers are valid on selected offer items only. Offers are subjected to prevailing taxes and service charges. Offers cannot be combined with other promotional offers or discounts. Offers are subjected to availability. Offers are not valid on the Eve of and on Public Holidays. Management reserves the right to amend Terms & Conditions without prior notice. Prevailing participating stores' / brands' terms & conditions apply. Eat more at http://eatwhatfood.com/merry-men-visa-tuesdays-1-1-pizza/ And http://eatwhatfood.com
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• 05 Aug 2013 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Walked in and right back out again!

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Having heard so many good things about TMM, we headed there after a recent dinner on Robertson Quay.  We walked in, got directed to a table through the use of head gestures and had the menus thrown at us without a word said, so surprise surprise we walked right back out again.  It's Robertson Quay for goodness sake.....TMM need to realise that they are one of many bars and most are doing it much better than they are!
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