Along with KazBar, Oosters Belgian Brasserie is a stalwart of the China Square/Far East Square/Capital Square food street. Belgian food has never really been my thing, as I'm no fan of mussels, waffles or beer (it's liquid carbs!), and the aforementioned 3 things are like the trifecta of Belgian cuisine. But we were a little peckish, and in need of light sustenance, so we popped in for a small bite.
The Waffles ($10.50) with vanilla ice-cream were pedestrian, and reminded me of their frozen counterparts, and the strawberry syrup tasted like it came straight out of a freshly-popped can.
The lackluster Barramundi ($10), served in a kitschy martini glass, reeked of its fishy origins.
Best thing here is their happy hour deals; I particularly enjoyed their 1-4-1 South African Cabernet Sauvignon promo ($12). But if you're a purist beer drinker, I'd recommend the very drinkable Pater L Blonde ($12 per pint).
Oosters Belgian Brasserie
25 Church Street #01-04
Capital Square 3
Tel: 6438 3210
Open weekdays from 12noon to 12midnight; Saturdays from 5.30pm to 12midnight;
Closed on Sundays