I love their setting for this outlet. It's cozy. It's just beside Seoul Garden. At the corner of Level 2.
Their staffs are friendly and always ready to serve. They are polite as well.
There are plenty of seats even when I visit the outlet during the evening peak hours. The decorations are nice and it is very creative. It is also very quiet and good for a meet up or gathering with friends.
It is always clean and the food arrives promptly. Comparing to the other outlets I have visited, I still prefer this outlet.
This outlet is a new outlet. I was quite a frequent eater at this the old outlet at Northpoint which I thought their service are much more better than the current one now. They have changed most of their staffs.
It seems to me that they are short-handed and it is hard to get their attention when I need to order food. Moreover, their computer systems are always down and I have to ask for their staffs.
This outlet has their famous teppanyaki. I have yet to try but it doesn't seems to be very popular in Northpoint outlet comparing to the one at Parkway.
I ordered 2 boxes of mooncakes for my family and my grandmother from her last week. I was lured by the designs of the mooncake.
She answered my enquires promptly when I asked her if I'm able to mix and match the shapes and confirmed my orders within a few hours.
Collected from her in Yishun. Her mooncakes are cheap as well. From what I know, it is home made. Comparing to those mooncakes fair I have been to, her mooncakes are cheaper by a few dollars!
My family loves the mooncake especially the shape of the mooncake. It is unique. I don't think I can't find such shapes anywhere in Singapore. The box is beautiful as well. I might order some for my aunties again!
The flavours include: Durian, Lotus and Green Tea. (this is what I've ordered)
Toa Payoh library is spacious and their collection of books is quite an amount.
They have a senior citizen reading corner which only permits senior citizen. This is something that I do not see in other public libraries.
Their collection on Singapore books has got quite a number of shelves too. If you are doing a project on Singapore, I bet this is the place other than the public library in Woodlands.
They even have this small little delifrance inside the library but you could not bring your books inside unlike the Cafe in Woodlands public library.
They have quite a number of counters for you to borrow your books too. Lastly, they split their sections according to the different levels. It is consider quiet at the second level and the third level but I do not see many places to study though.