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A banker, consultant, lawyer and a physiotherapist walk into a bar… The team behind The Merry Men Kitchen and Bar make an unlikely troupe of culinary entrepreneurs, and yet their knowledge of the city’s after-work crowd has paid dividends and their restaurant is wildly popular with city-slickers and young professionals across Singapore and is ideally located for that crowd on Robertson Quay. This quirky, relaxed spot blurs the lines between hangout, café, restaurant and bar and back again day and night.
Prices here are NETT but food is sub-par, ordered 2 burger sets - 1 pork & 1 beef. The fries are hard & oily, most likely re-fried & burgers itself are nothing to shout about. The Har Cheong Gai chunks starter wasn't too bad but portion is small for the amount paid. My advice will be to skip the food & come for the drinks instead.
Nice staff, cosy place to have a cold drink.Fingerfood was good.
Staff are friendly and service is fast. Great finger food but items on the menu are limited. Overall, my friends & i had a good time.
As any savvy drinker will tell you, afterwork drinks on an empty stomach are a dangerous thing
indeed. Fortunately, the team at The Merry Men on Robertson Quay have got you covered. If you
head over there straight from the office, expect to be confronted by a menu bursting with tempting
favourites like a generous lamb shank or Angus rib-eye steaks, or smaller plates like spring rolls or
mac and cheese.
Stomach lined? Excellent. It’s time to get involved with The Merry Men’s other menu – Liquid Nourishment. Grab a drink on their daily happy hour offer or something from their daily changing special menu (we like Thursday mojito night, but that could just be us). If you’re around Robertson Quay at the weekend, head over for brunch done right – that’s a four hour eating extravaganza between 12-4pm. If the sun’s out, grab your drink and head out on to the terrace, and if you’re stuck inside there are worse fates: The team at The Merry Men have gone out of their way to keep their kitchen and bar quirky, original and interesting.