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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant

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    Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant

Of the smattering of craft beer watering holes around the island, Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant is an accessible, cozy option for when you’re strolling around town. Hosting a rotating selection of 12 craft taps, the restaurant nestled within the Rendezvous Hotel Singapore Courtyard is an easy one-stop shop for sampling and drinking good draughts.

In our books, 12 taps is a good number to have—there’s variety without the stress of being overwhelmed when you sit down to pick your poison. The curated list includes locally brewed craft labels like Brewlander and Innocence Brewing, as well as beers from Australia, UK, Japan, New Zealand and USA. Prices start from $5 for a half pint and $10 for a full pint.

For the eats, expect a unique menu of hand-prepared “craft” dishes; original recipes that infuse beer like the Craft Beer Chicken Rice and Green Curry Lychee Duck Linguine are well worth the visit down, even if you aren’t a beer nerd.

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Phone: 9692-0678
Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant, 1/F The Courtyard, Rendezvous Hotel, 9 Bras Basah Rd., Singapore, 189559 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Bras Basah

Opening Hours:

daily 11am-midnight

Price Range:

$

Cuisine:

Asian

Open Since:

June, 2017
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Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant
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