For most Singaporeans, the word “free” makes our eyes light up like no other – especially when it’s a free pint of beer.
From 1st October – 14th December 2020, you can redeem a free bottle of Tiger Crystal simply by ordering any dish from one of the 50 participating F&B outlets.
Here are 5 places you can head to with your besties for the ideal first drink of the evening when you’re looking to wind down for the night, sorted according to different parts of the island.
P.S. Read till the end to find out where and how you can redeem your free Tiger Crystal!
For those working near or in the CBD, head down to Chug Chug Singapore – a cosy bar just down the street at Tanjong Pagar Road. Soak in the chill ambience of 90s music while bonding over Tiger Crystal and their array of fusion dishes.
A clear standout is the Japanese Pidan Tofu ($13). Pidan is century egg in Mandarin, and also the main star of the dish. On top of a silken tofu is a generous load of century egg sauce, minced century egg, shredded crab meat, tobiko and negi – which all marry each other for an explosion of sweet and savoury tastes that will likely make you reach for seconds.
Their duck & seafood crepe ($16) features their signature crispy duck, and comes with a side of wasabi aioli to spice things up. The sweet, tender duck meat wrapped in thin crepe brings out the refreshing notes of Tiger Crystal.
For a crispy bite to pair with your beers, order their fried garlic pork ($13) – which includes seasoned pork belly and big chunks of fragrant fried garlic.
Address: 114 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088529
Opening hours: 5.30PM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6224 5113
Book your reservation at Chug Chug Singapore
Some of life’s simplest joys include unwinding after a long day of work with some good company to HTHT with. Best yet if it’s somewhere nearby so you don’t have to waste precious time on travel. For westies, look no further than Stickies @ Sunset Way, a neighbourhood bar nestled among Clementi HDB residences.
Tiger Crystal is best enjoyed when paired with some bar bites. Think aromatic truffle fries and juicy, sweet yet spicy chicken wings to get you drooling.
The new dish on the menu, mantou-sticks ($4.50/stick, $8/2 sticks) is a must try. Stuffed between the deep-fried mantou is a crispy and caramelised luncheon meat – you can choose your drizzle from chilli crab sauce, nachos cheese and mayo, or the Stickies special house sauce.
Address: 106 Clementi Street 12, #01-50, Singapore 120106
Opening hours: 12PM-10.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6252 6588
Book your reservation at Stickies Bar.
Easties can head over to Mooloolabar, an Australian-inspired restaurant bar along the stretch of shophouses at Katong. Its relaxing ambience makes it the place to destress after a hectic day with a round of Tiger Crystal.
Some of their bar bites include Chicken Karaage ($10), Potato Wedges With Cheese Dip ($12) and Spring Rolls ($10). They also serve up salads, burgers and other mains like Fish and Chips ($14) for those who’d prefer a full meal.
Address: 20 East Coast Road, Singapore 428747
Opening hours: 1PM-12AM, Daily
Telephone: 6440 0388
Book your reservation at Mooloolabar.
For those staying along the purple line, you can visit this gem at The Punggol Settlement – Fusion Kitchen & Bar. Sit outdoors if you want to enjoy the sea breeze and have a view of lush greenery. If you’d like to bop to some Mandopop ballads and enjoy aircon, head indoors, where you can challenge your pals to a round of darts with Tiger Crystal in hand.
One of the most popular dishes on their menu is the Signature Pork Knuckle ($25.90) – unsurprising since it was crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. You also have 3 different sauces on the side to dip in – their house made Thai-style chilli with a hint of sourness, honey mustard and mushroom sauce.
Address: 3 Punggol Point Road, #01-11/12 The Punggol Settlement, Singapore 828694
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 4PM-10.30PM | Sat – Sun 11AM-10.30PM
Telephone: 6385 9598
Book your reservation at Fusion Bar and Kitchen.
Only an 8-minute walk from Khatib MRT, K Bar Korean Bistro is located just next to ORTO adventure park, right next to a lake. Head down with bae at sunset to catch some amazing views together while you cheers your Tiger Crystal bottles to kickstart a date.
Image credit: ORTO
K Bar serves up authentic Korean cuisine – the kind that you crave after watching an episode of a K-drama. A must-try is their Royal Korean Army Stew ($29.90) which includes a wide variety of ingredients such as pork sukiyaki, hotdog, shitake mushroom, baked beans and cheese.
If you’re feeling experimental, a unique dish they have on the menu is Rabboki ($11.90), a combination of kimchi ramen and tteokbokki rice cakes. This comforting dish is served in a gold coloured metal bowl, which adds even more to the “dining out in Korea” vibes.
Address: 81 Lor Chencharu, #01-03, Singapore 769198
Opening hours: Sun – Thu 5PM-1AM | Fri – Sat 5PM-3AM
Telephone: 9168 6616 (for reservations)
Tiger Crystal is Tiger Beer’s light lager that we know and love, but filtered at a temperature of -1°C to make it even more refreshing and smooth to sip down.
From 1st October – 14th December 2020, you can start redeeming your free pint of Tiger Crystal at over 50 participating outlets islandwide, including the above bars mentioned with any purchase of food.
Additional outlets include Botanico, selected Harry’s outlets and Mischief along the waterfront outside Esplanade. Time to start jio-ing your friends for your next drinking and catch-up session in the coming months!
Check out the full list of participating outlets islandwide.
This post was brought to you by Tiger Beer.
Photography by Pepita Hope Wauran.
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