Issue 121



Enjoy the best of both worlds at the Builder’s Bar, a new Thai-Western restaurant and bar at the Grassroots’ Club.

I f you have visited the Grassroots’ Club recently, you may have noticed an interesting addition to the club’s F&B scene — a casual but stylish alfresco space with a tuk-tuk perched out front. Say hello to the Builder’s Bar. Inspired by the trendy container restaurants that have been popping up in Bangkok, Singapore and across Asia, the Builder’s Bar is fully constructed with metal. The ambience, however, is warm and welcoming with a vibe that appeals to The team behind the Builder’s Bar is no stranger to Singapore’s competitive F&B landscape.They already run two restaurants in Punggol: one serves Thai cuisine; the other specialises in Western food. The Builder’s Bar is a clever amalgamation of everything they know best and is self-described as a Thai-Western fusion concept. families and working adults alike. Get your Mookata fix

While the menu is varied, the Mookata is undoubtedly the star of the show. Come here for reasonably-priced fresh ingredients and a special housemade chilli sauce that has consistently earned a thumbs-up from patrons. The Mookata is most popularly enjoyed with side dishes like theThai Prawn Cake and Thai-Style BBQ Pork Satay — a satisfying meal, indeed!

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