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Expat life is pretty nice but sometimes you miss the comforts of home. After a day of trekking all over Singapore with SarahP we were ready for a nice cold beer and some comfort food.

Enter Brewerkz, a popular brewery nestled on the far end of the always tourist-teeming Clarke Quay. It was perfect – easily accessible, high possibility of people watching, super heavy and artery clogging Western food, and beer snob friendly cold beer.

We each enjoyed a beer (duh). I got the Golden Ale that was pretty nice and SarahP got an Indian Pale Ale. We shared two dishes, the first being a heaping plate of chili cheese fries. WOW. These fries still had a some skin on them and were drowning in beer chili, melted cheese (not nacho, probably cheddar), and green onions.

We also split a Mexicano Burger (with a side salad) that was also HUGE. Very soft bread with a juicy meat patty, heaps of guacamole, sour cream, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and chili. Phew.

The entire meal cost us SGD70+ which means it’s certainly not an everyday kind of thing. But, it was good enough to come back once a month or so, preferably with other equally starved or beer craving friends, to hang out and pig out.

This would probably be a good time to start hitting the gym, eh?

Brewerkz Riverside Point: 30 Merchant Road #01-05/06 Singapore 058282


Written by joann

November 3, 2008 at 10:47 pm

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  1. the choices of microbrewery beer is good, I love it….cheers!!!!


    November 11, 2008 at 11:25 am

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