Pizza and Wine: a formidable combo that few can go against. When you pair that up with the picturesque Robertson Quay and its romantic neighbourhood, you’ve got yourself a great date night. Here to bless you with such an evening is Drunken Farmer with its third outlet. Get ready to go on a natural wine and sourdough pizza rampage with their famous menu.
It’s an interesting two-faced concept where the spot is a coffeehouse by day and a party pad by night. Common Man Coffee Roasters occupies the space in the morning where you can fuel yourself up for the day ahead. In the night, Drunken Farmer takes over to transform the vibe for the nocturnals.
Vegetarians have a wide variety to choose from within the pizza options. Made with a 160-year-old sourdough starter, you can expect the crust to be perfectly crisp and airy. A classic is the Margherita (S$18) that’s made with creamy stracciatella and fresh basil. Of course, there is the all-time favourite Four Cheese (S$28) which has a dash of parsley with ricotta, mozzarella, ossau iraty and blue cheese. You can’t leave without trying the OG Drunken Farmer pizza: Shrooms and Goat Cheese (S$22). Pretty hard to resist that one. If you’ve got a big party to dine with, dig into the Sharing Spread Platter (S$22) which includes pita bread with avocado cream, pumpkin hummus and seeds praline for dips.
Wine lovers can look forward to the Farmer’s Selection (S$50) where customers get the chance to explore three glasses of natural wines curated by the team. You can also get recommendations from the sommeliers if you’re unsure of your choice! Unwind and get your boozy weekend going.
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