For those looking for cheap eats at Slug N Lettuce, the pub offers a selection of dishes for only $9.90 when you dine at their bar. Portion sizes of these dishes are a bit smaller compared to those served at the bistro, making it great for diners who do not have the appetite for a large meal.
During our visit, the Roast of the Day was chicken. The chicken was cooked perfectly, with succulent flesh and crisp skin. Out of the vegetables accompanying the chicken, our favourite was the roast potatoes, which had a light and fluffy texture. The dish also included what seemed like Yorkshire Pudding, which was great for soaking up the gravy.
The quality of the schnitzels we had was just as good as the ones served at the bistro. Our choices of pepper and mushroom sauces complemented the chicken well. Accompanying the schnitzels were crisp and fluffy chips with the right amount of salt and a refreshing salad.
Chicken Schnitzel (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
(Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
For a dish only going for $9.90, the portion size of the Coopers Pale Ale Battered Fish was quite generous, with the batter coating setting off the perfectly cooked fish nicely. Aside from chips and salad, the fish also came with a serving a tartare sauce to dip the fish in to complete its flavour.
Coopers Pale Ale Battered Fish (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
While the squid in their Salt and Lemon Calamari was cooked well and the degree of sharpness we desired, we thought the dish could have done with a bit more squid to make it more enjoyable. Much like their Fish and Chips, the calamari came with some tartare sauce that you can dip the squid in to tone down its tangy flavour a bit.
Salt and Pepper Calamari (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
To complete your dining experience, you can choose from among 17 types of beers on tap and a wide selection of liquors. Aside from indoor seating, there is also the choice of outdoor seating in the newly refurbished beer garden. The spacious car park makes finding parking space a non-issue.