Lighting up the lifestyle enclave’s dining scene with their signature sourdough offerings and extensive range of natural wines

As we get more conscious about the food on our plates and the ingredients that define quality, many of us tend to develop a preference for organic, artisanal approaches to our culinary journeys – and what’s not to love? Using the very means given to us by Nature often presents unadulterated flavours and textures that we’d otherwise not easily find.

Known for their natural wine and sourdough, Drunken Farmer brings together two artisanal worlds in a fun and transparent approach to present their popular bistro and bar, filled with personality, rich wines, and slow-risen sourdough pizzas.

Finding a third home within the Robertson Quay lifestyle enclave, Drunken Farmer’s latest outlet opens at Martin Road.

 

 

Following the success of their first two outlets, the new outlet will similarly witness specialty coffee purveyors Common Man Coffee Roasters undergo a day-to-night transformation, where their “two-faced concept” will inject an extra level of vibrance into the area’s nocturnal offerings with Drunken Farmer.

Introducing a list of timeless offerings with the new establishment, diners can look forward to an artfully curated menu that promises a great night, pairing their sourdough with an exciting range of natural wines.

 

 

Handcrafted to perfection using only the best ingredients, including a 160-year-old starter, Drunken Farmer’s signature sourdough pizzas include classics like the Margherita with a rich tomato base, the Four Cheese, which features ricotta, mozzarella, ossau iraty, and blue cheese, and the restaurant’s original Shrooms & Goat Cheese.

For lighter bites to line your tummies and whet your appetites, go for their signature Sourdough Karaage, with juicy chicken thighs and zingy homemade kimchi mayo, skewered Prawn Sticks, best enjoyed with smoked paprika aioli, or go big with the Sharing Spread Platter of pita bread and a hearty trio of dips.

 

To top off your experience, choose from over 50 labels of natural wines – from red, white, rose, sparkling, to orange – to complement your meal.

 


A new gem in Robertson Quay, head on down to discover their unique experience or find out more about Drunken Farmer on their website here.