SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
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    London bar, Singapore
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    London bar, Singapore
  • London
    London bar, Singapore

This casual and laid-back spot is built for unwinding after hours with three areas: a bar at the ground level, a lounge area upstairs and an alfresco dining area overlooking the river (ideal for a spot of people watching). As you’d expect, food is mainly British—think classics like steak and chips ($20) and fish and mushy peas ($20), as well as dishes with fun names such as East End Skinheads ($8), potato skins with bacon, melted Gruyère and sour cream, and Punk Rocker ($8), poached eggs on Marmite-smeared sourdough with corn, onion and tomatoes. Expect a selection of over 30 draft (from $12/pint, $30/jug) and bottled beers (from $8), including English suds like Hobgoblin ($12), Pedigree ($12) and Abbot Ale ($11), served either chilled or at cellar temperature (if you so prefer).


When the weather is good, eating outside can be a truly enjoyable dining experience. These joints with charming open air areas are just the place to dine on breezy evenings.

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Enjoy happy hour all night on Mondays, British beer and ciders at great prices on Tuesdays, bar snacks (choose from chicken wings, samosas or spring rolls) at $2 with every drink purchased on Thursdays, and no GST or service charge on Fridays.
Phone: 6535-2273
London, 55 Boat Quay Singapore, 049844 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Mon-Sat noon-midnight

Open Since:

October, 2012
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