9 Scotts Road
#01-04/05/06/07 Pacific Plaza
Singapore 228210

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Thursday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

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@vingeeksg doesn’t have much on their food menu, but what they do have is optimised to complement the wines on tap. It don’t matter if you got a red, white, rosés or sparkling, you’ll definitely find a vino nibble that’ll suit your wine. If you’re looking for a universal crowd pleaser no matter what wine you get, then look no further than the Jamon Ham Croquette ($18++).⠀

While each croquette is on the diminutive side, there are five of them. Each croquette is essentially a piece of mozzarella cheese that’s breaded and deep fried, so it’s impossible for deep fried, molten stretchy cheese to disappoint. However, that ain’t quite enough yet, oh no sir. What goes best with cheese? That’s right, cured meat. In this case, each bite sized croquette is crowned with a long ribbon of Jamon ham. The smoked paprika mayo smeared beneath the croquettes weren’t out in sufficient quantity to make an impact on the flavour, which is a pity as a smoky, mildly spicy mayo is perfect with these fried darlings.⠀

The Jamon Ham Croquettes are so delicious that you’ll want to hog one whole plate to yourself. In the (paraphrased) words of Sandor Clegane from Game of Thrones: Here I am. Bring me one of those croquettes. Think I’ll take two croquettes.

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Hey there, whatcha got planned this weekend? Nothing, you say? Well you’re in luck, @vingeeksg Bottomless July is here till the last weekend of September! For $60++, you can drink as much as you like on Friday & Saturday evenings, but the only caveat is that you gotta stick with one wine all night.⠀

However, they do have all bases covered. Prosecco, red, rosé, and white wine are all available for you to choose. Feel a little ebullient on that night? Get yourself some of Tini’s Brut Prosecco. Delightfully bubbly, dangerously light and refreshing, and bursting with citrus aromas & flavours, this straightforward bubbly is adequate enough for celebrating the arrival of the weekend.⠀

Feeling a little more moody instead? Order Siete Soles 2016 vintage Sémillion Chardonnay. A heavy, silky smooth body from the Chardonnay balances out the high acidity from the sémillon in the blend, and the notes of green apples & orange peel mask subtle notes of tropical fruit that never quite reveals itself. Sémillon is a rarer varietal of wine, so it was nice to sip a well balanced blend that’s a decent showcase of sémillon.⠀

There’s no need to whine when you could be sipping on wine, and Vin Geek has a whole lotta wine for you.

Most people go to @vingeeksg for the innovative wine dispenser, but I was there for the boozy bottomless July. Yes, bottomless July in August, because Vin Geek extended it till the end of September. For $60++, you can drink as much wine as your liver will allow from 6-8pm on Fridays & Saturdays. The catch? You can only choose one wine from their house-pour selection. However, if you get a very amicable service staff on a quieter night, they might just let you try all 4 house-pours.⠀

House-pours generally get a bad reputation as cheap crap, but Vin Geek’s lineup is anything but garbage. I present exhibit A: Siete Soles 2015 vintage Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot blend. Provocatively full bodied and smooth, this fruit forward wine was loaded with aromas & flavours of cherries & plums, underpinned by the hearty, heady aroma of oak.⠀

While it is rather tannic & dry on the palate, giving it a little time to breathe does mellow it out a little. While it isn’t a brilliant bottle of vino, Siete Soles’ Cab Merlot blend is decent enough for a freeflow slammin’ sesh.

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Vin Geek is interpreted as the wine geek, whereby the restaurant is a purveyor of a wide range of wines, especially from France and Italy, from the easy-to-drink selections to the premium ranges. When you are dining in, there is a limited selection of wines that are available via the wine dispenser that you can sample based on your volume preference. From white wine to red and rosé, you have an option to select your desired quantity of pour in three tasting measures of 30ml, 90ml and 150ml, and pay accordingly thereafter. This way, you have a chance to sample a flight of wines during your drinking experience.

To go alongside the wines, there is a menu of food from salads to small plates and for the hungry, there are pastas, mains and even a seacuterie of cured fish platter. We got the Burrata salad which is the centrepiece surrounded by arugula and cherry tomatoes, with a generous drizzle of balsamic vinegar, the Salt-N-Pepa Squid ($18) that has been tempura battered and served with a black ink mayonnaise and the Crab Cake ($22) which is a huge wild-caught Jonah crab meat patty that is paired with a sweet chilli sauce.
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📍 9 Scotts Road, Pacific Plaza, Unit 01-04/07, Singapore 228210
🌐 https://www.vingeek.sg/
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Are you a wine geek? If you aren't, fret not! There is a new wine place to chill in town that allows you to try different types of wine, from just $3.50, before you commit to the one of your choice. No more commitment issues! 🙊

Conveniently located at Pacific Plaza, their 24-bottle wine dispenser features premium wines from Australia, Italy to Spain and more in three tasting measures, 30ml, 90ml & 150ml, allowing you to try before you commit!

Vin Geek also offers a fine selection of cheeses, cured meats and other tantalising food pairings such as lobster/shrimp rolls, crab cakes, calamari, etc. to ensure that you are able to chill with friends to your heart's content!

A perfect place for everyone, whether you are trying wine for the first time or a seasoned wine connoisseur!

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Almost didn’t want to share this spot with people 😛

Definitely the place I need to hone my wine palate without breaking the bank.

@vingeeksg is a newly opened spot at Pacific Plaza provides a safe haven for wine noobs like me. With pocket friendly price from $3.50 for a tasting portion, I can try many different kinds that is available till I find my one true love 😂 the most expensive one would be at $44 a tasting portion and $203 for a full glass - so make sure you see 👀 properly before you make your purchase!

The appetisers that is available is super tasty, personally loved the Brussels sprouts and the Tangy Crab Cakes!

Would you love to try this place out too?

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