Taking its name from one of the two main characters in Punch and Judy, the popular European puppet show, Mr Punch Public House has quickly become a local sensation. Located at the rooftop and basement in the Mint Museum of Toys Building, this bar and restaurant appeals to the nostalgic in all of us with its iconic walls covered in vintage enamel signs. It’s the perfect place to kick back, relax and having an evening of ease escaping the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s vibrant nightlife. You’ll find a wide selection of fine whiskies, beers and cocktails alongside international dishes from all corners of the globe. Located on Seah Street – just steps from Bras Basah station and the National Library – Mr Punch Public House Singapore is not to be missed!
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Unique ambience with so many antique frames on the wall.. Wagyu tastes like great, and so are the fish roe fries!
Food was delicious. The restaurant wasn’t too too noisy. Doesn’t have strong ac but it was very cooling enough.
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For most of us, a visit to Singapore’s MINT Museum of Toys on Seah Street often feels like a walk down memory lane as we revisit our childhood with the tens of thousands of toys stored in its collection. Located on its Bras Basah premises is Mr Punch Public House, a gastropub inspired by the male protagonist from the widely popular Punch and Judy puppet shows – a common fixture of trips to the sea among those who had grown up in Britain.
Specialising in modern European cuisine, you’ll want to visit Mr Punch Public House for its crowd-pleasing Angus beef sliders and lobster brioche. Don’t just stop there; order some wagyu beef rump with your choice of two sides – one of several sharing plates of international specialities from all corners of the world available at the restaurant. As far as alcohol goes, all the bases are covered with a selection of fine whiskies, beers, and cocktails, making the rooftop bar at Mr Punch Public House an excellent spot to linger at after your meal. If you’re looking for a quirky spot in Bras Basah that offers creative European fare, a wide variety of liquors and lovely views of downtown Singapore, this is your answer. Just remember to reserve a table ahead of time.