Molly Malon has been around Boat Quay for years. It is situated right next to UOB Tower, and attracts quite a number of foreigners who want to have a beer and chill out in the heart of the CBD.
It is quite dark inside, with smoking and non smoking corners. Other than beer, Molly Malone serves one of the best Fish & Chips in Singapore. And it was mentioned by Sunday Times as one of the best place in Singapore for Fish & Chips.
As you can see from the menu, more choices are available. But most people come here for their Fish and Chips.
The fish are really crispy. I believe they are beer battered to retain the crispiness. Chips are good too. And do remember to ask for the malt vinegar to go along with the fish. Helps to keep the "oiliness" of the fried fish away.
Molly also serves a special set lunch every weekday at S$25 for a soup, fish and chips and dessert. Ice-water is free of charge here.
And for beef lovers, there is also a choice of the Weekend Roast every weekend afternoon. However I have not tried their roast beef before, as I will automatically order the Fish & Chips whenever I am here. Perhaps someone reading my blog can tell me how their roast beef is?
Molly Malone's Irish Pub
56 Circular Road