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Introduction
Molly Roffey’s Irish Pub was started in 2010 to give an authentic Irish Pub experience to Singapore diners and night crowd – from the extensive array of draft and bottled beers, house pour and premium wines and spirits, to delicious Western food, traditional Irish cuisine, and live telecasts of sports matches in a relaxed setting and wooden interiors. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Chill-out
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.mollyroffeys.com
Review (7)
Level4 2015-11-07
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I stumbled Molly Roffey's on Halloween's eve, and have been back twice in a week. Ambience was totally chill, with elaborate lighting and great service from the crew. They had a great live band belting out fabulous tunes into the night too.For mains, *Micaela had the Half Spring Chicken (SGD$13.00) - half day Whiskey marinated spring chicken with grain mustard and fresh herbs, served with sweet potato fries and mseclun salad. I didn't really like the fries because they were too sweet for my liking. The spring chicken, however, boosted of a slightly crispy, paper-thin skin bursting under the pressure of the knife to unravel succulent and juicy flesh, infused tastily with Whiskey's distinctive flavour.I chose the Irish Lamb Stew (SGD$17.00) - succulent casserole stewed lamb, summer vegetables and boiled potato. The gravy was rather thick and mildly sweet in flavour; pooling very soft and powdery potatoes, carrots and peas. The lamb was firm but not hard, but not the most tender I've tried; a little chewy. There was no gamey taste; it was a classic red meat flavour that was pleasant enough but wouldn't sweep you off your feet.Then we shared a Chocolate Guinness Cake (SGD$10.00) - decadent Guinness infused rich chocolate cake that had a firm, sticky texture and a hard base. There was no lava centre, either that, or it didn't flow. The taste was a rich, dark chocolate in nature, with a subtle bitterer hint of Guinness; the harder base was even richer in chocolate-and-stout combination. It was pretty good a dessert actually.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/11/halloween-chilling-out-at-molly-roffeys.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-23
8 views
We were on our way to Bugis Junction when we chance upon Molly Roffey – a laid back tavern located amidst a quiet neighbourhood along Bras Basah road. What caught our eyes were however, the lunch promotion (only $13.80 nett for steak + soup + drinks!) posters strategically placed along the pathway to lure us deeper into the den.The food was decent given the price tag although it was nothing much to shout about. The carrot soup was rich and creamy, not the diluted canned type. The beef was pretty average despite the nice presentation. The quality of the meat was something you would expect from coffee shop standards. It was quite tough and a little on the salty end. Despite the peanuts price tag, the portion was surprisingly big enough to last you till dinner. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-21
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Molly Roffey's is a pub but serves affordable set lunches during the day, which costs around $9.90 for a main dish, soup and drink. You'll have about 4 different mains to choose from. I tried the mushroom and cheese sandwich, which is simply mushrooms and melted cheese sandwiched in between focaccia bread. Simple and light meal which cannot go wrong. Particularly liked the shoestring fries that comes together. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-18
14 views
My first try at an Irish pub. The ambience is as I expected - dim and cozy with loads of wooden furniture and a bar area. There is a live band section too. This is their signature steak which I find to be disappointing. The steak was pounded super thin and wasn't filling at all. Plus I ordered the steak to be medium rare and it came out to be more like medium well. My friend who actually ordered medium well found her steak to be super tough. Skip this dish and maybe stick to finger foods. Their pumpkin soup was nice though! Creamy and sweet, I could eat another bowl! Plus the piece of toasted garlic bread was so good when dipped into the soup. continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-14
10 views
I was sick and was also sick of staying at home so we decided to go to molly for a quick dinner. Having been here once before i know the dinner here is pretty decent and prices are alright too.. I had dory which usually doesnt fail me and angmokia was deciding between a burger and beef and chose the latter because it had some kind of dinner promotion with soup and drinks which cost less than $20. The dory was pan fried nicely done with coriander and salad on the side was a nice touch too. The beef was value for money but not super great but i think for the price paid was worth it. Will be a place i come often i guess when i wan some decent dinner at night with a good live band. =) continue reading
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