The Three Crowns pub in Holland Village off Lorong Mambong is a simple place, serving up excellent food and pub grub to Singapore’s thirsty crowds. The pub is a home-from-home for locals and a refuge from the buzz of life for newcomers. Punters value the friendly service and warm welcome guests enjoy when they join the fun at the Three Crowns, and regulars keep coming back for a team that knows their locals and their usuals.
We have been going there for many years. Staff are friendly & easy to relate. But we may not patronise tit again. as the changes made are really not 'Bar Friendly'. The inside tables are not meabt for Bar, too flimsy & scary to put your drink glasses. The music is too loud & drowns all conversation , even for taking orders from the staff. We have had many a good days here before. Need to transform. Thanks
The Choice of Beer is good, They had Blanc & Erdinger. The Service of the staff isn't good. we had to repeat our order 3 times & he isn't attentive at all. We order a steak medium rare, it came out well done, but because we had to repeat 3 times to the waiter, we couldn't be bothered to change anymore. i would only go again if the other bars are filled.
It has good ambience despite the space constraints. Good enough for 10 pax and was given an indoor seating with air-cond. The staffs were great and spontaneous to join the Bride To Be for games. :)
Heading over to the Three Crowns pub in Holland Village off Lorong Mambong is almost always a
good plan. There’s food, friendly faces and a properly stocked bar on tap. For those heading over for
an after-work bite there’s stews, salads and burgers, or else go for something a touch more
substantial like a huge portion of sausage and mash, fish and chips or rack of ribs, marinated for 24
hours and then barbequed. If you’re really just here for the drinks, the bar snacks might well tempt
you to indulge a little more. Help yourself to pan haggerty (a humble and outrageously moreish dish
of potatoes roasted up with cheese and onions), garlicky prawns or some calamari. All the bar snacks
go down a treat with a pint or two.
For those looking to let loose over the weekend the Three Crowns pub is well placed to help there too. With regular themed nights and party folks heading there as the warm up to the main event, there’s a buzzier atmosphere as the week draws to a close. Head over for Thirsty Thursdays for drinks offers that’ll help get you through the last day at the office. Three Crowns pub in Holland Village off Lorong Mambong is the pub you’ve been looking for!