335 Smith Street
#02-058 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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05:30pm - 10:00pm

02:30pm - 10:00pm



05:30pm - 10:00pm

05:30pm - 10:00pm

05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Don’t be afraid of the dark, this stout is easy on the belly but goes hard on flavour. Coffee dominates the palate with a smoothly lingering dark chocolate finish. Match its robustness with the smoky greasiness of char kway teow or the richness of pork satay from Chinatown Complex Food Centre.

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Probably the smallest craft beer place in town, Mikeller takes over the premises of what used to be Good Beer Company.

Their refined and balanced yet extremely flavourful beers are a perfect match for the plethora of great hawker food its neighbours are known for.

The Vesterbro Wit, a refreshing wheat beer with splashes of cinnamon, allspice and banana, is not the first beer that comes to mind when you think of tze char, but here complements the sweet and sour pork beautifully, the inherent notes of tropical sweetness in both food and drink the common thread that ties everything together.

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Basically dry laksa, sans noodles, baked into a tart. So-so only. Surprisingly the chips were quite shiok, despite being just potato chips.

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Just sampling the Prinsep Pilsner. Glad I tried it, was a nice drink. In fact, I'm going to get another in a minute. 👍🏻


Unlike its spacious sister branch in Bangkok, the Singapore branch of Mikkeller Bar operates out of two 40-foot shipping containers planted within the grounds of Deck at Prinsep Street. The small counter-top seating space in the air-conditioned glass container is ideal only if you’re having an intimate chat with a girlfriend; otherwise it is best for you and your group of friends to settle down at the larger, alfresco seating area with wooden benches. There are 20 craft beer taps on rotation, including the founder's creations, imports from internationally known breweries and three specially concocted brews exclusive to this branch — the Bugis Brown ($8 for 200ml, $15 for 400ml), Prinsep Pilsner ($8 for 200ml, $15 for 400ml) and Waterloo Wit ($8 for 200ml, $15 for 400ml). They open till midnight daily except Monday, so grab dinner with your group of friends elsewhere before heading here for a relaxed drinks sesh under the stars.
Avg Price: $15 per person (drinks only)
Photo by Burppler Hwans Lim


A cool watering hole housed in a 40-foot container. But I was sitting outside enjoying the cool of the night. I had Schwarzbier & Ramen Beer (a 5% Belgian ale!)