This is one place to go to to just let your hair down and play crazy games with ur frenz(especially in a big group).
Unlike settlers its not as crazy and not overrun with kids(maybe cos its in Boat Quay). Seats are very very comfortable and not the dining table kind(how to play games like that)
Spent a good 4 hours playing stupid games and mind rattling games. Ordered their combo thingy for 4 which allows us to choose any drinks and the snacks. Had their root beer float*yum* and chose prawn crackers and fried squid. Food was normal fried food fare. I was too engrossed in the games to even bother abt the quality of the food.
But the desserts, omg the desserts. The black and white brownie is to die for!!!really really good. Esp with the ice cream.
Staff are cool too..would update us on the promo they have going on and are attentive too. Patiently explained to us how to play the games even when before that we didnt ask for help and tried to act clever. Thank god the staff noticed and helped us out. Yay for Mind Cafe
We went to the Minds Cafe at Boat Quay today. There were 11 of us. We rearranged the tables assigned to us in such a way that all of us could play the games together and sit comfortably. Unfortunately we were informed that we could not do as such. It is not as if we were obstructing the pathway. Whats more the person was very rude. He was practically shouting. The place was fairly empty and was not even noisy. We could hear him very clearly. The customer service is horrible. The incident spoiled the mood for the day. It was upsetting. I would not go back to Minds Cafe ever again.
Yes, I agree with Polarbear. I have been only to Minds Cafe twice. The latest trip was in fact just yesterday.
Indeed, this line of business have grown from strength to strength. It offers an alternative to pubs and clubs for youngsters who wishes to meet up to catch up with each other and have fun at the same time.
Minds Cafe opening hours are till in the wee hours. I stayed there last night till 3am! Had loads of fun with my friends playing the various boardgames. It is definitely not a kiddo place if anyone is thinking about it. A definite place to sit there, relax and have fun!
One need not afraid that you may not know how to play the games. There are various types of games, from strategy to brainless types of games for you to choose from. What's more, the staff there would take time out to explain to you the instructions of the game if you requested it.
Service from them is excellent. Btw, the outlet i went yesterday was at Princep Street, the one opposite Paradiz Centre. One of the senior staff saw me coughing after the excitement of the games... and offered my a nice warm water to soothe my throat, after which he has no complaints when my friends hope for each a glass of water. Superb!
And even when we left, he even remembered the game that he taught us to play and even ask for comments when we were about to leave. Observant! I would have no hesitation to head there back next time.
As mentioned, the business is growing fast. Thus reservation is very important to avoid any disappointment. Walk-in is highly non-recommendable.
Minds Cafe is a great place to meet up with frens at the same time to eat and play boardgames as well.
The staff are friendly. There are tons of games to choose from, fromt he brainles games to the more intellgent games.
However sometimes to go there during peak hours, the place might get a bit too noisy to hold a normal conversation with friends. At times there will be stranger approaching you as they are to do some forfeit as they had lost their game or something like that.
One of the places that I would choose to go and hang out with my friends and to spend a great time there.
Remember to make reservation before going down to avoid disappointment. Hee....
Was around the area last weekend and my bf and I thought of playing games. We went to Mind Cafe hoping they've a table for us.
We entered and we asked about the packages and prices. Then we asked if there's a table for us. The guy at the counter took a look at the CCTV below the counter to check the upper floor. Then he used a lower tone (thinking that we can't hear him) to ask the guy serving us if it was just the two of us. Then he immediately so no table. The impression he gives is that there's available tables upstairs, but cos its just the two of us he didn't want us to take the table. So they can offer that table to a bigger group that walks in.
I wonder if there was any bigger group that went within the 2 when we were gone.
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