About Old Boys Gallery
More about the restaurant: Old Boys Gallery
Old Boys Gallery is really a rogues gallery when it comes to international craft beers and delectable tapas. When it comes to beer, there’s literally walls of the stuff at this bar and restaurant in the Kampong Bahru area. Located in a former art space along Kampong Bahru Road, Old Boys Gallery has created a temple to the aesthetics and flavours of our hoppy favourites, matched perfectly with the Spanish small plate phenomenon (and a range of Asian fusion delicacies) that has taken Singapore by storm.
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Prominent on Old Boys Gallery’s wall of beer – yes, there’s a whole wall to choose from, perfect for Singapore’s thirsty hopheads – is the famous family of Japanese Hitachino Nest beer. Dai Dai IPA, Espresso Stout, Red Rice, and the brilliantly named Extra High are just four of the varieties in stock at Kampong Bahru’s peerlessly geeky craft beer emporium. While the art of the bottled microbrew is the chief commodity here, Old Boys Gallery’s Kampong Bahru Road premises stay true to the space’s former function as an art space, offering art by emerging Singaporean artists for your visual pleasure, and novice art collector impulses.
Alongside Old Boys Gallery’s fantastic selection of beer – surely among the most extensive in Singapore – is an equally superlative menu of small plates and tapas, taking cues from both Spanish traditions and futurethinking Asian fusion cuisine. So, expect inventive takes on the small plate like cremini in disguise and classic roast pork aglio olio to be found rubbing shoulders with burgers – huge, delicious burgers like Old Boys Gallery’s signature Manster Burger, big enough for the heartiest of appetites. Find Old Boys Gallery down Kampong Bahru Road, and settle in with a cold one for a feast that satisfies both the eyes and the belly.