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For a change, we decided to try out the Jing-A Mandarin Wheat for our second beer! The drink is a Belgium wit and as a result, it is a lot fruitier than the stout we just had, as well as when compared to the other Wheat beers that we have tried here previously. Indeed, we could smell a tinge of oranges and the drink also has slightly citrusy notes, which seem to include flavours of oranges and lemons. This was a really light and refreshing drink, and it is definitely suitable for those of us who don't like the heavy flavours in stout, or the bitterness of IPAs!

We are back at Tap for their cheap and good craft beers! Today, we decided to try the 4 Pines stout at Tap first as we wanted to start off with something heavier. The stout, however, tasted rather dry and it was unlike the Peanut Butter Lost Coast stout that we previously tried and was really good. :( Furthermore, it had a pretty boring taste profile and it had no interesting flavours and was just mildly bitter, which is a characteristic of most stouts.

Although the 4 Pines stout was rather plain, do take a whiff of it before drinking and you can detect a very faint coffee aroma! Nonetheless, we will probably not get this again as it was a pretty standard stout.

Tap surprisingly had quite a few tables full at lunchtime but there are still tables available!

Come and visit TAP for affordable, and awesome craft beers in Singapore!! :) One of my favourites is the Lost Coast Peanut Butter Choco Stout, which is not as bitter as IPA, and it comes with a slight tinge of a taste resembling peanut butter in it. Makes the aftertaste really unique! 😋

The food was tasty and the meat was cooked well. However, do call in and check the price of the dishes and if the menu is up to date before ordering. The sides to my dish were different from what was mentioned in the menu and the prices were different too.

Have visited the branch at One Raffles Link several times previously but this was my first time at Robertson Quay.

I prefer the environment here slightly more as this branch seems emptier (not sure if it’s due to COVID though) and more cozy, so it was a good place to hang out and chill with some friends.

The variety of beer here is great as usual, and very very affordable. They switch out their menu apparently so you get to try some new things every once in a while.

Tried some mains this time round, nothing much to shout about but it wasn’t bad either. Had the crabby chilli pasta and it was a lil too watery for my liking, but portion-wise was good 🙂

Got a side to share (taco chips + outrageously crazy nachos - $22), it was the most humongous bowl of nachos I’ve ever seen! Came with generous toppings of chicken and avocado and sour cream and chilli. Couldn’t even really finish it amongst 5 people 😂

Incredibly surprised by the decent steak and fries at Tap. Just $13 per pax with Beyond, what more can you ask for?? Steak was cooked to liking and well seasoned. Perfect with beer