Mon to Fri:
12pm to 2.30pm
5.30pm to 11pm
Sat & PH:
12pm to 11pm
Itâs a lobster fest at this laidback joint tucked away along at Duxton Hill. (East-siders will appreciate that they have another outlet along East Coast Road.) Its owners get sustainably sourced crustaceans direct from fisheries in the Atlantic Coast, which not only guarantees them quality lobsters, but also helps to keep their costs lower.
Top on the list of Pince and Pints favourites is the classic lobster roll filled with generous chunks of lobster meat stuffed in a toasted buttered roll. Take it up a notch with the truffle roll, which essentially amps up your lobster roll with shaved black truffle, truffle caviar and a side of truffle butter sauce. Lobster purists can order the grilled or steamed whole live lobster that comes with a salad and straight cut fries. A variety of locally inspired dishes are also on the menu, including wok-fried egg noodles with lobster tossed in ginger, scallion and chilli oil, as well as chilli lobster with fried mantou, reminiscent of that quintessential Singaporean dish, chilli crab.
Pince and Pints also offers seafood bar snacks such as a platter of crispy fish skin, fried calamari and garlic butter mussels. Diners can also order a dozen of fresh oysters to complement their meal.