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Experiences at "Price of Wales" in Little India

Post by Prince of Wales » Mon, 06 Jun 2005 10:14 am

Hi All,

Would be interested to get some feedback on the pub "Prince of Wales" in Little India.
Went there with a bunch of friends for drinks lately. While we found the atmosphere and setting quite pleasant, we were shocked by the unfriendliness of the manager/owner.
The simple and politly addressed questions, if it would be possible to change the channel on the TV, was answered in a very rude and harsh manner.

How were your experiences? Is the manager always so unwelcoming?

Thanks for your replies.


Post by Guest » Mon, 06 Jun 2005 10:39 am

The pool table is the worst you can get in Singapore.

1. no air and proper maintence.

2. non correct number ball... etc. 2 #3 ball, 2 #15 ball and etc.

3. gorund is non level..... no space for proper cueing......

sigh... I also dunno why I pay the $2 to play on the 1st place.... it is pure pain in the neck.

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Post by newgirl » Mon, 06 Jun 2005 12:06 pm

I go there quite a lot and think it's a good bar with a v good atmosphere. I also like the fact that it's got a mixed crowd, ranging from soap dodging student backpacker types (and before I get any hate mail, I've been there done that), local kids interested in the music scene and expats. There is a regular crowd who are all v friendly- ignore the manager, the cr*p tv and dodgy pool table- the crowd makes up for it.

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Post by Prince of Wales » Tue, 07 Jun 2005 1:44 pm

newgirl wrote:There is a regular crowd who are all v friendly- ignore the manager, the cr*p tv and dodgy pool table- the crowd makes up for it.
Well,yes, but there are lots of other places in Singapore, where one can enjoy friendly crowds, without having to deal with a unwelcoming/unfriendly manager, cra*p TV and dodgy pool table...
So far, I really cannot see, why one would go there....


Post by Guest102 » Tue, 07 Jun 2005 3:40 pm

Ok, go somewhere else then if it's not your thing!
Personally I think it's one of the more relaxed places in Singapore, is pretty lively and has a good atmosphere. The trade off is that it's not a trendy bar, where everythings perfect.

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