Time Out says
Chinatown Complex probably isn’t where you’d go to look for unusual beers, but Daniel Goh, 36, has put together 50 types of bottled beers and ciders ($6-$15) from over a dozen countries at The Good Beer Company, most of which you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere in Singapore. As to the question of why at a hawker stall? ‘Why not?’ Goh answers. He’s even happy to recommend beer-hawker food pairings: the Taiwanese Lychee beer ($10) goes well with the vinegar-laced bak chor mee (minced meat noodles), while the Rogue American Amber Ale ($10) is ‘really good with the claypot rice just down the row from our stall. It also works with char siew.’ He’s got local brews in his fridge, too – we like the rich, homely Jungle Beer Kiasu Stout ($15).
#02-58 Chinatown Complex Market and Food Centre
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