KPO Café Bar

1194 Wishlisted
~$30/pax
KPO opened its doors in 2010 after a dramatic makeover of the iconic Killiney Post Office. This impressive urban landmark was created to seamlessly house a post office and a spacious café bar. With spacious indoor seating and several outdoor terraces, accommodating up to 500 people, KPO has become a bar staple on Orchard Road. By day, KPO resembles a greenhouse with streaming skylight and greenery in and around the building -- a perfect setting for events. At night, the energy changes dramatically with DJs spinning their tunes for after hour parties. Come, find a pocket in KPO and call it your own.

1 Killiney Road
Killiney Post Office
Singapore 239518

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Saturday:
04:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Both dishes were good! 8 pc of prawns & 10 pc of chicken

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It's a standalone restaurant at the start of Somerset with nice ambience. Enjoyed a hearty portion of nasi lemak with thick otah and satay chicken. The pork slices were very well seasoned. Was a delightful lunch and worth it with one for one.

Chicken wings are flavourful and tender, ordered 10 pieces for 2 pax which is just nice. Calamari was prepared in Asian style with garlic, Chili padi and curry leaves.

As pictured is jina-a draught craft beer which retails at $10/pint

Price: 4/5
Taste: 5/5
Ambience: perfect for dates or chill night outs with friends

As heightened measures kick in, restaurants have to adapt to the situation in order to survive.

You probably have see many restaurants coming out with value set for takeaway or delivery during this time.

KPO offered their $10 rice box with a few options. I gotten the pork katsu curry rice box which was surprisingly good.

The curry was a lot and it totally flooded my rice box. Pork katsu was crispy and tender, taste excellent with the overeasy egg, Brussels sprouts and sautéed onions. The portion was right and definitely worth the money.

We came in the afternoon at 2PM, so we looked at their lunch menu (12.30-3PM). When paying - and this was BEFORE 3PM - they charged us the Night Menu (3PM-10.30PM) prices. I was shocked and asked them why - they told me Burpple deals follow the “main menu prices” aka Night Menu prices which were more expensive.

I didn’t really like that, but didn’t make a fuss about it. Afterwards I realised the menu that’s linked on the Beyond redemption page is the Night Menu too. It would’ve been a lot better if this was communicated to us beforehand (we did tell the waiters that we were using Burpple at the start) so we wouldn’t get a shock looking at the bill.

Otherwise, the food was overall good but pricey. The Nasi Lemak was very yummy - the chilli was very shiok, Otah and chicken were both delicious. It can be a little bit spicy for those that have a low tolerance for spicy foods, but for me it was just very shiok. $17 is a bit much for such a dish - I know I shouldn’t compare to a hawker price but I can’t help it. Even with the Beyond deal I still think it’s kind of pricey - and these prices are before GST.

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We came in the afternoon at 2PM, so we looked at their lunch menu (12.30-3PM). When paying - and this was BEFORE 3PM - they charged us the Night Menu (3PM-10.30PM) prices. I was shocked and asked them why - they told me Burpple deals follow the “main menu prices” aka Night Menu prices which were more expensive.

I didn’t really like that, but didn’t make a fuss about it. Afterwards I realised the menu that’s linked on the Beyond redemption page is the Night Menu too. It would’ve been a lot better if this was communicated to us beforehand (we did tell the waiters that we were using Burpple at the start) so we wouldn’t get a shock looking at the bill.

Otherwise, the food was overall good but pricey. The Hokkien Mee was tasty, at the same time tasted healthier and less oily than ones you get from hawkers - this could be good or bad depending on your preference. $16 before GST is a bit much for such a dish - I know I shouldn’t compare to a hawker price but I can’t help it. Even with the Beyond deal I would not order it again.

Don’t get me wrong though, it’s a yummy dish. Perhaps if you didn’t have a budget and wanted to eat hawker food without it being too greasy, this might be a possible choice.

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