Monday, February 8, 2010

My World - English pubs

I thought I'd feature two pubs in Singapore, one English, one Irish. Both look adorably quaint.

The Penny Black Victorian London Pub along Boat Quay was assembled together from parts shipped to Singapore from England. Its name is of course inspired by the first English postage stamp, issued on 6 May 1840.

Drinks include Tiger, Heineken and Guinness, Strongbow Cider, Old Speckled Hen, Kilkenny and Erdinger Weissbier. I haven't yet ate there but best sellers are Fish and Chips with mushy peas, Traditional Roast, and  home made Beef Burger. It's the hot hangout for the expat community.

Molly Malone's Irish pub is just a stone's throw away. There I've eaten many times. Its Fish and chips, Irish stew and pies will not disappoint.
Hope you enjoy my take on these two pubs.


  1. Great shots of the pubs. must be a good place to chill out.

  2. looks great for bonding and chilling out!

    xoxo, Fickle

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  3. What great looking pubs! I love them! Have to agree with Indrani, good places to chill out! The food sounds great! Hope you have a great week, Irene! Enjoy something for me the next time you're there!


  4. ah, to spend a nice afternoon there...

  5. No alcohol for me but Fish and chips, mmm yummy!

  6. Must be good places to go, one at a time.


Great to see you ~Irene