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6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-04/05
Marina Shopping Centre
Singapore
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Telephone: 6337 5297
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  1. Desmond T
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     10 Feb 2008 at 1:44 am

    haha.. can't help but to post this entry here.. I had my meal with my family just this chinese new year... We were at the area when most of the eating place are closed. Luckily, the cafe was open and i brought them to eat there. It is a perfect place since my mum still prefer chinese food while there is still a choice of western for youngsters like us. As usual, the french toast is a must. Even my mum praise for the bread. I was a bit sick that day so i didnt get to eat the deserts. But i must make sure i do have one of those tempting ones the next time i go.

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    1. Bobo
      Bobo said:
      Wa only 2nd good review wor. Looks like must try for myself to see. haha
      10 Feb 2008 at 1:13 pm
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  2. ladyironchef
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     12 Jan 2008 at 11:41 pm

    Hmm, came here to "chill out"or rather to have someplace for a drink and chat after we had our dinner at Alaturka.

    We only had drinks there, milo, tea, coffee. Had a quick glance at the menu, quite agree with the previous blurber shu yen that it is quite a rip off. Hot drinks are at $1.20, while ice drinks are at $2.50 and above. I had hot milo, while the ice milo because it has ice cost $1.30 more? Since when did ice become so expensive?

    The menu had quite a variety of Hong Kong cafe food, but the price are rather high. I mean although its a restaurant, but its just selling Hong Kong cafe food which is not really worth that much of a price. Instant noodle with luncheon meat and egg, i can cook that for you at home, i just charge $2? ( : O well, cant really comment on the food because we did not order any

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    1. zihui
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       13 Dec 2007 at 4:43 pm

      Ah, what do I say. With the interior and name and uber-many-branches-around-in-such-a-short-period-of-time, it just made me feel like I just had to try this place. (Despite my friend warning me against going to the one at Siglap because of the quality of food.) With eating out being general more expensive now, I'd go to this place because I was expecting it to be slightly cheaper. Hey, it is a cafe after all right.

      So I got myself a plate of noodles. I can't quite remember what it was called, but I guess they're all so similar, differentiating it is not that necessary. The noodles are like instant noodles! Along with two stalks of vegetables, a sunny side up egg and (seemingly canned) diced pork. Looks really ordinary, like you can do it yourself at home too. That was about $6 I think.

      My friend ordered porridge. Again, I can't remember what it was called. I tried one mouth and I told myself if and when I were to come back again, I will never order this. It was just rice and water and it tasted like Fish Slice soup with rice in it. Yes, the kind you can get from hawker centres. It was $9.90 if I'm not wrong.

      The food wasn't horrible nor inedible, but it was so ordinary that you'd feel the pinch just having to pay for the stuff there.

      What was more appalling was that when the waitress served us our drink, she seemed so uncertain that she had to ask us if that was tea. I can't believe she did that. You can be new there, you can be unsure of what you're doing, but you really should not bring a cup of drink to your customer and hesitate to give it to them right before them.

      On the whole, I really think it’s not that worth eating here. No doubt it’s like “fast-food” and it’s a relatively cheaper place to eat at, it still isn’t worth paying this kind of money for such service and food quality.

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