391A Orchard Road
#02-11 Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Singapore 238873

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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While eating, almost half my sandwich fell onto my chair, and then it bounced and fell onto the floor 🤪 RIP tonkatsu sando 🥪

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Today’s cafe hopping adventure takes us to Grand Jeté Cafe & Bar at Takashimaya. It’s been here for a few years but I’ve never eaten here. Been dying to try their Tonkatsu Sandwich [$13++] which looked so yummy online. We ordered an Earl Grey tea [$8++] too. The tonkatsu was really delicious, it didn’t have any gristle or fat. Felt a bit let down by the cabbage, it wasn’t cold and super crispy like I expected. Didn’t really think the sesame fit in with the sandwich and found the bread a tad chewy. The fries were nice but a little salty. The tea was concentrated and bitter but the waitstaff were very nice and topped it up with hot water. The homely ambiance reminds me of the fictional cafe in Before The Coffee Gets Cold. An ideal cafe for a chat with friends or a brief respite away from the crowds.

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Was pretty excited to have my sandwich here but sadly it was rather disappointing. The flavours were nice but the ebi katsu was SO tiny it barely filled up half the sandwich. One serving is only half the sandwich - whatever you see in this picture. The chips were also a bit soggy.

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Chanced upon this hidden Japanese style cafe at Takashimaya .

I was intrigued with this blackened cheese cake and gave it a try - afterall the Japanese are best at quality control for food so although it looked less interesting , i was excited to try .

The cheese cake Tasted like how it looked . Dry and uninteresting.

What a waste because this cafe was done up in a cosy manner 😖 I thought it would be a new hideout for me .

The basket for teriyaki chicken sandwich was empty but the chef said he could make it for me on the spot. So I waited 10mins.

I have a hate hate relationship with alfalfa sprouts so I was dismayed to open the packaging to find a mound of it kiapped inside. Sprouts aside, this was not as good as the tonkatsu sandwich. The chicken was thigh meat. 👍🏻 Teriyaki sauce was very average.

They actually sell an assortment of different sandwiches. Saw an ebi sandwich that I wanna try next time.


This cafe was incredibly hard to find. It was actually outside the Ngee Ann City building. Gotta walk past the lift lobby to access it. Very quiet on a weekday afternoon.

I bought the double decker tonkatsu sandwich as a takeaway. They made it hot for me. Very good service. Bread used was on the tough side, not that it was a bad thing. I actually enjoy chewy bread more than soft bread. As a snack, it was filling and quite cheap. Pork was decent, not too fatty. Despite the fact that reheated fried pork did not taste as good as freshly prepared, I still enjoyed it.