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THE NAME Pig N Whistle

One of the oldest Pub names in Britain (oldest known is 1655) 'Pig and Whistle' is an archetypal British pub name and is as likely to come from “Olde England costume dramas” as are men in tights and buxom serving wenches. Like many old British pubs names, for example 'The Dog and Duck', 'The Goat and Compasses', the derivation of 'The Pig and Whistle’.


 The 'pig' part of the name derives from the name of an earthenware pot or pitcher, not an animal as is depicted today. 


The Whistle part is attributed to the fact that serving wenches were obliged to whistle when they were sent to the cellars for pigs of beer, to prove that they weren't drinking the beer on the way back from the cellar. 



Our recipes are developed by using the freshest and highest quality ingredients available.  We pride ourselves in making our British recipes from scratch, so that they are naturally flavourful.  We never use preservatives, nor do we allow nitrites.


Our Fish N Chips are made with the freshest New Zealand wild caught "Hoki" and our fish batter is made with our own imported Hogstar "Old Style English Lager", so that every bite of the batter is crispy to the end.


Our "Free Range" bone in Pork Chop, is so succulent and flavourful, that every bite melts in your mouth. 


Our pies too, (Steak N Ale & Chicken N Mushroom) are made daily with all the best ingredients.  And many many more delicious food items on our menu. 

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Pig N Whistle opened its first Singapore outlet in Changi Road because we believe the neighborhood was missing a place to hang out with friends, a place to relax, and a place to call "a home from home." We welcome everyone, as our home is your home.

Bring family, friends, loved ones, and you don't have to drive; it's your neighborhood, it's your Bistro & Bar, so come and have fun and relaxation.

Pig N Whistle are the only company in Singapore making "Fresh British Crumpets".  We can supply you or your store.  Contact us to find out more.

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