Chilling and drinking with friends on a Friday night has become a routine ever since I started work. If you know me well enough, you’ll probably know that I dislike (avoid) hanging out in crowded places. I mean, how can you relax or even talk to your friends when the environment is so noisy? Recently, I discovered a secluded bar in Marymount and it is the perfect place to unwind your stress away.
Located in a corner within District 20, the Hideout is a bistro bar that serves a range of craft beers as well as mouth-watering Tze Char dishes at a very reasonable price. On top of that, they also have a space on the second level for recreational activities such as darts and pool. You can also expect to see Live Bands during the weekends as well. So, the next time you want to be away from the hustle and bustle, you should totally check out this bar! Definitely re-charged after coming here!
This is an essential bar snacks when you are drinking. The Hideout serves really tasty chicken wings. They were well-marinated, crispy and not too oily. Very addictive!
This stir-fry Kang Kong was flavourful with a tint of spiciness. Wok Hei flavour was really strong as well. Highly recommended!
Again, you can taste the strong wok hei flavour in the rice. Rice wasn’t sticky and it was very fragrant! Simple yet memorable. Comfort food! Also, eat this before you start drinking!
If you want to have a non-alcoholic drink, you should totally get this! Can’t remember the name of it but it is a mix of Milo and Cappuccino! Very shiok!
Sausage Platter // $28
At only $28, you get to enjoy Chicken Mushroom Sausage, Veal Bratwurst, Pork Chorizo, Mini Pork Sausage and Saverkraut served with Black Pepper Sauce. Definitely good for sharing and definitely goes very well with an iced cold beer!
Are you kidding me? They even offer Japanese Bento? Yes, The Hideout serves good and value-for-money bento set. The mackerel was well-grilled and I’m so in love with the gyoza. So good, I ate all of them!
Bulgogi Pork Burger // $9.50
The burgers from Burgerlicious are still as good as ever! Here’s one of my favourite burger – Bulgogi Pork Burger. Kimchi was well-seasoned and the pork is so tender and juicy!
Pork Knuckle // $28
Pork Knuckle was really massive! It was flavourful but I would have love it more if the skin was crispier. Other than that, a must order when you are drinking with a large group of people.
Cake was not overly sweet and moist.
Never say no to rich and moist Chocolate Cake!
Location: 38 Jalan Pemimpin
What To Order: Beer, Sausage Platter, Pork Knuckle and Chicken Wings
Bistro Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 7.5/10