Taking its name from one of the two main characters in Punch and Judy, a traditional puppet show that has its roots in Northern Europe, Mr Punch Public House has quickly become a local sensation. This watering hole and restaurant appeals to the nostalgic in all of us with its iconic walls covered in kitschy decor and antique signs, but most importantly, it’s the relaxed setting that allows guests to slow down and take it easy. All the bases are covered as far as alcohol goes with their selection of fine whiskies, beers, and cocktails, and the food is something special too, complete with sharing plates of international specialities from all corners of the world. The old-fashioned feeling you get at Mr Punch Public house – on Seah Street just steps from Bras Basah station and the National Library – is unlike anything else. Book today to snag your table.
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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.
Ambience was very good at the rooftop bar! The spare ribs were good, but the pork ribs were a bit tough.
good service and great food! Will definitely be back for the Flame Charred Mentaiko Fries. love that it has a cosy ambience and such colourful decor.
Very peaceful and quiet. Food was nice and good place for date