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Serving a wide range of both artisinal and craft beers from all over the world, The Tuckshop provides a casual and relaxed environment to hangout. With a food menu designed to be shared amongst friends and family, you’ll also find an exclusive wine list, selected whiskies and familiar café drinks menu. All this can be enjoyed in a contemporary, locally inspired space that blends the familiar with the new. It’s riverside location on a newly created park connector makes it a popular local hangout. Share something at The Tuckshop. continue reading
Opening Hours
17:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
17:00 - 00:00
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
Cash Only
Open Till Late
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Review (2)
Level4 2014-03-22
This restaurant is definitely a great hangout place to have a gathering with friends as it has a very trendy and spacious decoration and layout.  The service here is very friendly and prompt.  Other than getting a few glasses of beer, we also bought 2 snacks 2 try.  Roasted pork is very chewy and juicy with really crispy pork skin.  The fried mid wings are very fragrant and not too oily, and meat is juicy and soft as well.  Spent about $30 per person.  continue reading
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Read FULL review HERE: http://mitsueki.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/cafehopping-the-tuckshop-guillemard-road/I recently noticed that a new cafe/bar that opened like a 5 minute walk away from my house and so, I had been wanting to go visit it ever since! Managed to get an opportunity to do so with Crystal last Saturday as the bf got called back for army duties.And here’s what we had:1. Kopparberg Wild Elderflower & Lime Cider + Kopparberg Naked Apple Cider – S$12.00 eachFell in love with Kopparberg Wild Elderflower & Lime Cider ever since it was recommended to me during my food tasting at Stew Kuche and I was really glad to spot it on the drinks menu at The Tuckshop. So naturally, I HAD to order it! Meanwhile, Crystal had the Naked Apple Cider instead(:Would recommend that you try these ciders if you don’t really have the preference for beer. Mine’s pretty sweet and yummy. Hehe.2. Homestyle Roasted Pork Belly – S$12.00Crystal didn’t have dinner prior to our meetup so she ordered the homestyle roasted pork belly as seen below. The serving isn’t really big, but it’s enough to share between two to three people, so yeah I had a couple. Gotta admit though, it was really good like how roasted pork belly should be like. Crispy skin, succulent and juicy pork belly – how freaking sinful! XDOh and Crystal recommends that you dip it into the spicy vinegar dip for some mouth bursting flavours!(:3. Truffle Fries – S$7.00Both of us also ordered a side of truffle fries to share. The fries were nice, thick and crispy and I thought they were pretty good! The serving is also quite large actually and comes with their signature homemade dip of truffle salsa mayo. Crystal ordered an additional dip of Wasabi mayo to go along too.4. Sauteed Mixed Vegetables – S$6.00Lastly, we ordered a side of sauteed mixed vegetables of broccoli, cauliflower and carrots to share. Hard to go wrong with them and I thought they were pretty decent. Oh if I’m not wrong – they were sauteed with butter!(:And here you have it – the food that we ordered. Would have to say that we enjoyed every bite and morsel of everything we ate and of course, every drop of cider. The only downside was the slightly long waiting time for the food but thank goodness it was worth the wait!(:The total bill came up to S$50.00 (yay for no GST & service charge!) but as I stayed nearby – I was given a 10% discount (double yay!), so we paid S$45.00 which works out to be S$22.50 per person which I think is fine considering how I enjoyed the food, drinks, atmosphere of the place and of course – we had a great time chilling at The Tuckshop!(:So yeah, I would definitely be back at The Tuckshop again with Crystal in tow to try out the rest of the mains and will highly recommend that you drop by for a visit if you’re in the vicinity for a drink or two!(:Taken from: http://mitsueki.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/cafehopping-the-tuckshop-guillemard-road/ continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)