This place used to be a popular ice cream parlour with a photo wall. Maybe the kids have grown up and now they serve alcoholic beverages from the tap.

“Orh Gao” was a colloquial term for stout back in the Kopitiam setting. And to create that inviting coffee shop ambience, the owners run Killiney Kopitiam here in the morning until 6.30pm. Be early evening, the restaurant transforms into a craft beer place that also serves bar food, pasta, main courses and desserts. The 10 taps on the wall dispense a variety of beer, stout and ciders, and the menu changes as the kegs empty, so be sure to experience something different every visit.

The food were reasonably priced as all main courses were available under S$20.00. Burpple Beyond users would rejoice as the restaurant would offer 1-for-1 deals on either “Main Dish” or “Main & Dessert”, so you need not order beer here but could still leave the restaurant with a happy belly after a good meal.