Craft Beer. Craft Food. Located on the first floor Courtyard of Rendezvous Hotel. We strive to create a community of beer and food lovers through a curated selection of 12 beers on tap and our signature dishes with craft beer infused original recipes
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9 Bras Basah Road
First Floor Rendezvous Hotel Singapore
Singapore 189559

Saturday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Monday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Wednesday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
11:00am - 12:00am

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Price

~$35/pax

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Craft Beer Chicken RiceΒ (SGD$16.00), paying homage to Beer Can Chicken concept. The Cajun-flavoured whole chicken thigh was grilled to succulence and served with house-cooked aromatic chicken rice that was nearly crispy.

Green Curry Lychee Duck Linguine(SGD$19.00) topped with halved hard-boiled quail eggs. The pasta dish looked deceptively simple but the spiciness sneaked up like a mild burst of fireworks. I enjoyed this very much πŸ’‹

The assertively-flavoured, lusciously thick green curry coated every inch of the linguine with relish and made the proceedings a largely satisfying affair, faltering only in terms of the spiciness involved, with the initial promise of a volcanic eruption from the first mouthful turning out to be more of an aerosol spritz. 3.9/5

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With a range of 12 craft beers on tap, some brewed here in Singapore, there's enough to please craft beer fans.
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This particular mead may be entry level with its light, fruity sweetness, but it deceptively hides a strong 5.5%abv.
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Plus, it's made with honey! Lovely flavour.
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Taken during a tasting, pictured quarter pints.
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Delicious layering of flavours, from the tender smoky savoury duck breast, to the fruity sweet lychee, and the spicy green curry gravy.
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Got quite a kick from this. Yum.
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Homage to the Beer Can Chicken. Juicy chicken thigh, rubbed in cajun spice, infused with craft beer, and grilled till tender and succulent.
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Rice is buttery with a slight al-dente bite, and the baby roast potatoes are smoky and delicious from being rubbed with beef fat.
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Taken during a tasting. Nearly every food item here is infused with craft beer.
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Not your ordinary mushroom soup. This homemade concoction is hearty and satisfiying, the craft beer infusion lending a bitter sweet note to the earthy savoury flavours.
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Premium too, featuring no less than 4 types of mushrooms - portobello, shiitake, oyster, and white button (less gamey than brown button).
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Enjoyed this tasting by @fivemarblessg, and thanks to @chubbybotakkoala. With @thearcticstar, @littledevil_98, @rain498.
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A blend of Innocence Calamity Coffee Ale with golden vanilla gelato. The result is fiendishly addictive, rich and full on the palate, comforting like a hug, yet strong and lively.
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Morning coffee couldn't get better. Taken during a tasting.
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Left to Right (prices listed are half/full pints respectively):

Gosnells Citra Sea Mead ($7/$14)
Brewdog Dead Pony Club Session ($5/$10)
Adnams Clementine Pale Ale ($5/$10)
Pirate Life Beer x Ballast Point TPP ($7/$14)
Youngs Double Chocolate Stout ($5/$10)

πŸ’΅ Cash/NETS only
🌬 Indoor seats; not really air-conditioned, but there are very strong fans
🎢 Great chill music playlist
πŸ™‹ Service charge only, no GST
πŸ‘ Excellent & thoughtful service
πŸ“Ά WiFi available

Sooo, this looked much better in the photos - I was a little disappointed. The pork belly tasted good but it was not tender (like braised meat ought to be), and the richness of the meat was not sufficient to carry the rather tasteless linguine. A shame though cos the meat tasted nice.

Another just okay dish. The rice was nicely seasoned with a subtle hint of ginger - but it wasn't particularly fluffy and in some parts stuck together. The meat was nice enough, like a tender/juicy deli rotisserie chicken and there was a little after taste of the beer. There was a nostalgic feel to this dish - it reminded us of hawker western food chicken chop, especially the gloopy pepper sauce that glazed the chicken leg. Again, it tasted fine but - I don't think I'd pay $16 for this again. 😐

The Beer Braised Pork Belly Linguine – linguine cooked with a chocolate stout-infused sauce with pork belly that has been stewed and braised for days in craft beer. The pork belly is seared prior to serving to give it aΒ char. As you bite into it, you’ll find the pork belly satisfyingly fatty and juicy.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/five-marbles-craft-beer/

Located at the courtyard of Rendezvous Hotel Singapore, this new craft beer restaurant offers 12 craft beers on tap, along with a menu of bar bites and beer-infused mains. The place is actually by the guys from Alchemy and the now defunct The RawR Kitchen, so expect comforting, hearty plates β€” perfect for a buzzy gathering with food-loving friends. Burpple Tastemaker Emily S was pleasantly surprised by how the beers are priced "by mileage", meaning a full pint is exactly double the price of the half, so it's great for beer drinkers who like variety. Some of her favourites include the velvety smooth Young's Double Chocolate Stout ($5/10) and aromatic Baird Temple Garden Yuzu Ale ($7/14). While you're here, tuck into delicious mains like the succulent Craft Beer Chicken Rice ($16) β€” the kitchen team's take on beer can chicken served with flavoured rice, and Beer Braised Pork Belly Linguine ($19), where the meat is braised in beer for days till tender, sticky and absolutely flavourful.
Avg Price: $35 per person
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh

The rice itself was nicely scented and restrainedly oily, whilst elsewhere the tender chicken leg, massive like a MyProteinSG influencer gym-hulk, had a shiveringly salty layer of fatty skin and deeply herbed flesh. 3.8/5

From left to right (prices listed are half/full pints respectively):

Brewlander Love Wild IPA ($7/14) - great balance of Mango-ey Pineapple-y sweetness & hoppyness.

Innocence Wayward Wheat ($6/12) - the lightest one we had tonight. Goes down real easily, great for those who are starting out in their beer journey.

Stockade Mysterio IIPA ($7/14) - the most special of the lot & a great way to end the night. A whopping 9.0% ABV DIPA (D stands for Double ✌), this has a strong flavour both when you first drink it & when you swallow. Unique & I enjoyed it!

Innocence Calamity Coffee Ale ($6/12) - now we're talking strong bold flavours. Amazing coffee fragrance & aftertaste. I am a coffee lover so I LOVE this. If you don't hardcore love coffee, you might not like this.

πŸ’΅ Cash/NETS only
🌬 Indoor seats; not really air-conditioned, but there are very strong fans
🎢 Great chill music playlist
πŸ™‹ Service charge only, no GST
πŸ‘ Excellent & thoughtful service
πŸ“Ά WiFi available

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