Cook & Brew

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Located at Level 33, Cook & Brew is The Westin Singapore’s latest branded concept restaurant serving a modern interpretation of classical bar favorites and local comfort food, with a meticulously-curated list of fine wines, cocktails and over 104 selection of beers from 18 countries. The abundance of natural light from the surrounding floor-to-ceiling windows offset magnificent views of the Marina Bay, rounding off the gastronomic experience with sensory delights.

12 Marina View
Level 33 The Westin Singapore
Singapore 018961

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03:00pm - 12:00am

03:00pm - 12:00am

03:00pm - 12:00am

03:00pm - 12:00am

03:00pm - 01:00am


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"Ricotta cheese? I can get that in supermarkets for like 4 bucks," the auntie in me called out. But she was quickly smothered in a gratuitous daubing of truffle honey and thick cheese.

Not only does this pure ambrosia perform a perfect marriage of sweet and creamy, it also has playful morsels of salt that tickled my tastebuds when I least expected it.

Trust me when I say it's worth it to get a second helping of that deliciously grilled bread to scrape up every last drop of the cheese (+$6).

Places like Cook & Brew makes me momentarily happy- there is nothing to dislike about one, dinner with a view of our city skyline even though parts would potentially be covered by office skyscrapers. Two, fun sides to pair with a happy hour that’s almost all night long on weekends (ending at 10pm).

To elaborate on point 2, I’d recommend the whipped buffalo milk ricotta cheese - that’s sweetened with truffle honey. I could have the entire jar with grilled bread on its own. The prince Edward black mussels were also deliciously cooked in Asian flavours of Thai green curry, mango chilli and coconut - the sauce should be a sin not to polish with the grilled bread around (if there is not enough this can easily be fixed at $6 for extra slices).
For cleaner tasting sides the tartare of Norwegian salmon is a good option, but how could we forgo the variety of fries on the menu? My family finished the sweet potato and crispy nori fries effortlessly.

Lastly the tomato penne was tasty and comforting to have, if you are not a pasta connoisseur. We would also skip our fried calamari on the next visit for we had better. More interesting fries instead, to pair with drinks please.


The food here is superb and made with quality ingredients with huge portions, and the ambience is posh and chill with a great view of part of the Singapore skyline.


Tender with a slight tang from the orange marinate, the roasted chicken comes with cumin roasted cauliflower, and potatoes tossed in parmesan and herbs to add a fragrance depth to the poultry. The meat leans slightly on the dry side, though saved by a generous drizzle of the savoury pommery chicken jus.

Find out more at
Cook & Brew
The Westin Singapore
Leve 33
Asia Square Tower 2
12 Marina View
Singapore 018961
Tel: +65 69226948
Nearest MRT: Downtown (DT Line)

Opening Hours:
Sat: 330pm - 1145pm

Food was very average
Nothing to wow about, except the view perhaps?

Cook and Brew version of Lobster sandwich. The lobster oozes a refreshing flavour from the see to go with creamy avocado.
Dainty sunny side up quail egg is a treat to the eyes, topped with Ossetra Caviar it tasted like a party in your mouth. Granny Smith Apple added to the sandwich to cut through the rich flavours.
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