9 Haji Lane
Singapore 189202

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Good Luck Beerhouse has also given everyone a compelling reason to day drink on Sunday: you get two piece of dim sum free with every beer purchased. That’s right, get a lil free snack with every pint? Oh now you’re speaking my love language. After careful deliberation and half a pint of beer, I decided on the classic har gow. These steamed prawn dumplings were more than decent, with a passably thin dumpling skin carrying the plump & snappy shrimp within. It’s a bit bland by default, so dip these prawn parcels into the chili sauce on the side and wash it down with a refreshing beer.


The last type of cuisine that anyone would expect a craft beer pub to serve is dim sum, but that’s exactly what @goodluckbeerhouse is serving up with a cold frothy pint. Sure, they probably buy their dim sum off a supplier, considering that they’re in the beer business and not the dim sum business. However, the guy/gal in charge of sourcing their dim sum has decently good taste, as the Glutinous Leaf Rice ($5++) impressed me.⠀

Better known as a lotus leaf glutinous rice, this is a pretty big boi, so the five bucks doesn’t quite hurt as much. The rice has an intensely chewy & sticky texture reminiscent of mochi, and the treasures buried within are downright delicious. The tasty minced chicken in a sauce blessed the entire slab of rice with its savoury qualities, while the Chinese mushroom within added an enjoyable bouncy texture and a good deal of earthy flavours to the glutinous rice.


Craft beer from That Singapore Beer Project.
This might just be the East Coast plan we are promised — a good pint of light-bodied beer with slight fruity notes. Not going to lie but personally found this on the slightly expensive side, especially when a corona would satiate my beer cravings any day.


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Couldn’t really taste the osmanthus but it’s guaranteed a very creamy yet sour cocktail!


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Heard that Good Luck Beer House now serves noodle. Mr. W used this excuse to tempt me here for lunch after work. Then they only serve noodle after 2pm. So we ordered them sim dum platter and xo carrot cake.

There was a bit of a cultural shock here on xo carrot cake. The one i expected was carrot cake fried in XO sauce which is a very common snacks in chinese restaurants in HK. Crystal Jade here has it too. This one was like a fritter. Tasted good but very different.

The dim sum platter was not bad. Nice for a light lunch.

So much for light lunch, we ended up takeaway some of the dim sum.


The star of this big bowl of noods is their house XO sauce that's sweet and robust - if you love the flavours of dried shrimp, this bowl is perfect for you! The handmade noodles may look like udon but the texture is closer to ban mian - QQ texture and quite unique!

Follow me on IG @audrey_the_foodie & read my full review there!