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Take Central Perk out of Friends and make it boozy or better yet, picture The Real MacLaren's Pub from How I Met Your Mother. That is exactly what Chatter House will remind you of – a quintessential neighbourhood pub from an American city with a very Irish theme. Being in a food mall with a non-budget busting menu makes it a busy spot. With tables, booths, bar stools and an outside sitting area, there is plenty to choose from. Posters of old films, iconic advertisements and funny renditions adorn the walls along with large screens that telecast major sports events. The vibe of the place is super relaxed and fun, but the problem is their grub and cocktails that need some work. Though this is the kind of pub you should go to for cold beers as they have a decent list in stock and on tap, including our fave Magners Cider. The Onion Rings and BBQ Pork Ribs are decent to line your stomach with. This is the casual, any-day-of-the-week pub you go to without expecting a fancy affair.

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You can’t judge a book by its cover, at least not one that sits pretty in the picturesque, green specked getaway that is Dusit Devarana. IAH holds a lot of promise on paper, but unfortunately it struggles to break out of the shell of a hotel bar. A sprawling and beautifully designed venue nonetheless, IAH is named after and thus inspired by the Egyptian god of moon. The tranquillity and design of the bar is proof of that, as are the deep luminescent hues and curves you notice everywhere in this tall ceiling space. On most nights, the clientele is made up of in-house guests but we really hoped this beauty also came with some brains. On the weeknight we visited, we were one of only two occupied tables and after we were done fawning, we started wondering why no server had showed up ten minutes in. Turns out our server, waiter and bartender were all rolled into one multi-tasking package. The menu sounds great, especially the tapas-like fare by Chef Nishant Choubey, but the cocktails were a letdown. We had been told they plan to offer carbonated cocktails and brewed beers, but we saw no sign of that. What we got instead was a paltry Wasabi Martini in which the wasabi was sitting at the bottom of the glass and burnt our throat as an unexpected surprise in the end. The Bramble did better, featuring refreshing orange chunks and rosemary muddled with apple juice and gin. As expected, their Cajun Dusted Crispy Calamari and Thai Corn Cake were excellent – taking off from Kiyan’s kitchen next door. The bar is otherwise well-stocked and boasts of some great labels, making it an apt spot for work meetings and quick catch-ups, but it certainly didn’t leave us feeling over the moon.

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