The Mad Sailors – Can You Handle Crazy Halal British Food?
You don’t have to be a sailor or a mad man to patronize The Mad Sailors, but you do need a voracious appetite for British food! The Mad Sailors is a Muslim-owned eatery that serves up halal British classics. Fun fact! The eatery is actually started by the same people who brought you Afterwit and Working Title. So, if you’re a fervent supporter of these two places, you might want to drop by for a meal!
You must be a nutter if you skip their classic Bangers & Mash ($18) which comes with two garlic and herb beef sausages, mushy peas, fresh slaw, and housemade mash drenched with onion gravy. Each sausage is packed with peppery coarsely-ground meat, which carried a mild smokiness. The sausage tasted slightly gamey, so pair it with the neutral mash and sweet onion gravy. The mushy peas lent a lovely savouriness to the sausage-mash mix as well.
The bangers & mash might do well as a sharing platter for a group of friends, but I reckon it might be insufficient to qualify as a main course. The Cod ($20), on the other hand, will satisfy your growling tummy with its huge portion.
Sadly, the cod was not well-executed. The flesh was chewy and the batter was quite disappointing. The fish does come with a generous serving of fries though.
Pay The Mad Sailors a visit if you’re craving for some British comfort food. There’s no GST here!
The Mad Sailors
Address: 24 Haji Lane, Singapore 189217
Phone: 8248 2853
Email Address: [email protected]
Opening Hours: Mondays to Thursdays 12pm to 10pm, Fridays 12pm to 11pm, Saturdays 10am to 11pm, Sundays 10am to 10pm.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.
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