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The Pump Room (Great World City)

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The Pump Room at Great World City is a microbrewery, bistro and bar combination, serving as a very viable lunch venue for the lunch crowds as well as a pit stop for shoppers and residents.

Sun: 17:00 - 03:00

Mon: 17:00 - 23:00

Tue: 17:00 - 03:00

Wed: 17:00 - 05:00

Thu: 17:00 - 03:00

Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 05:00

Eve of PH: 17:00 - 05:00

+65 63342628
+65 911444348
+65 96339146
$45 based on 13 submissions
Boys Night Out (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Live Band (4 votes)
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Had a great meal next door...and plan to try this place too...

The Pump Room is connected to Pepper Steakhouse, but only opens later in the day...the clientele always seems happy. I went over to look at their menu the other day and it looks like they have a few different items than Pepper (more pub food), but you can still get a steak/fries there because it comes out of the same kitchen. So, if you want a great steak and an outdoor environment, it is probably a good place...if you want to know about the quality of the steak, read my other HGW review of the steakhouse. 

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  • Beers3 votes
  • Chocolate Pudding2 votes
  • Grilled Cod2 votes
  • Pork Belly1 vote
  • linguinie of prawns1 vote
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• 18 Jun 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Had a great meal next door...and plan to try this place too...

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The Pump Room is connected to Pepper Steakhouse, but only opens later in the day...the clientele always seems happy. I went over to look at their menu the other day and it looks like they have a few different items than Pepper (more pub food), but you can still get a steak/fries there because it comes out of the same kitchen. So, if you want a great steak and an outdoor environment, it is probably a good place...if you want to know about the quality of the steak, read my other HGW review of the steakhouse. 

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• 02 Oct 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

What have they done to one of my fav drinking hole?

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I went to Pump Room after a couple months staying away and WTF?! They changed the indoor to a steak house!! My fav food is gone and now i will have to seat outdoors! D*** it! They are lucky I like steaks so I will go back and try it one of these days wif my mates.I hear it's so so but I will give it a shot because I love the beers there.

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• 07 Jun 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

My place of contentment

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Been going there ever since I found out about the place. from where I live it's only 10 min away,the beer it's probaly the best on the island the food it's is superb & the place is my oasis of contentment. The boys there are top class guys. I can only name a few ,Giorgio ,Ted ,Ris ,Julius ,jordan & a few of them. I consider them as friends,do keep up the good work guys , cheers!!
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