About Brussels Sprouts
More about the restaurant: Brussels Sprouts
When it comes to finding quality mussels and fries in Singapore, there can only be one place. Situated close to the river in Robertson Quay, Brussels Sprouts is the unanimous go-to spot for quality moules-frites, served in an assortment of sauces ranging from classic to Asian-inspired types. A comprehensive variety of Belgian dishes – seafood and otherwise – complete the menu, along with a fine collection of imported beers from Belgium that hit the spot. Get down to this Mohamed Sultan Road gem to savour some authentic wholesome Belgian fare, but don’t forget to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
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The name Brussels Sprouts might bring to mind the green vegetable of the same name, but we’re glad there’s more to this Robertson Quay restaurant than meets the eye. Situated at The Pier @ Robertson on Mohamed Sultan Road, seafood lovers from all over Singapore are known to flock to Brussels Sprouts for the same thing: authentic Belgian mussels or clams served out of a pot, with an endless supply of Belgian fries on the side.
With more than 10 different types of sauces to choose from, no two visits to Brussels Sprouts for its signature seafood dishes ever have to be the same. Although classic flavours like white wine or blue cheese never fail to satisfy, those with a penchant for novelty will enjoy Asian-inspired sauces such as laksa and chilli crab that are unique to Singapore. The showcase of Belgian dishes doesn’t end here, as the menu offers a wide range of appetisers, salads, pastas, mains and desserts that aim to please different palates – must-tries include the assorted cheese platter, beer-battered fish and chips, sausage mitraillette and, last but not least, Belgian waffles with homemade ice cream. Brussels Sprouts’ excellent location by the river also makes it a relaxed spot to knock back some of Belgium’s finest beers while you dine, so gather your crew and reserve a table at this Robertson Quay hotspot before it’s too late.