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Depending on how you look at it, Brolly could be the answer to indecisiveness come meal time, or it could be a total nightmare. Created by the same people who run Crab Factory and Smoking Hog in SS2, there are a total of nine different food concepts and menus here in one outlet. Besides the Crab Factory’s Louisiana seafood boils, everything else here are exclusive to Brolly – though you can only get the lunchtime Po Boy sandwiches here and not at the SS2 outlet.
If you’re an oyster fan, you can now get fresh Fine de Claire No. 2 and Kelly’s Gigas Oysters No. 4 in the city centre here at Moley’s Oyster Bar in Brolly. There are also thin crust spinach dough pizzas from the Nove 9 Pizzeria menu; Silk Road inspired (read: sprinkled with spices) skewers in the vari.EAT.y menu; Japanese curry rice from the Raksaksa Mirai menu; grilled meats from Ember & Bara BBQ; addictive fried chicken wings (in nine different sauces) from My Wing Man; and of course desserts from Sweet Endings. Don’t miss the red mini bus parked outside – that’s the Bang Bang Baller Bar. You should really try the frozen margarita and beer cocktail called Beergarita, or the refreshingly smooth High-Ballrus, which is basically whisky, soda water and fruit purée.
Don’t mistake Brolly as a food court. Far from it, it’s more a multiconcept restaurant as everything comes from one kitchen. Inspired by the fun disco era, the entire space is decked out like a garage, with automobile paraphernalia providing much of the design cues – tyres as wash basins and surrounded by sideview mirrors, walls decorated with hubcaps and tools of a mechanic, and there’s even a vintage car mounted upside down on the ceiling above a pool table. It’s fun, it’s quirky, it’s the kind of place that’s made for group dining or parties because there really is something for everyone here.