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Featuring The Coffee Academics (Scotts Square), Maxwell Food Centre, Relish, Lolla, Melt Café (Mandarin Oriental Singapore), The Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar, The Marmalade Pantry (Novena), One-Ninety Restaurant (Four Seasons Hotel Singapore), COMO Cuisine, Kraftwich by Swissbake (Raffles Place)
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Chic modern décor. The food is good, but nothing to scream about. Worse, the short menu has not changed for well over a year. Two out of four meat main dishes are deep fried. Service is friendly and polite, but mechanical. This is not a place where you can engage in a conversation with the staff. At $100-120 per pax, you are overpaying for the brand and the décor. I am not returning until the menu changes. For French/western at Dempsey, atout is much more satisfying, and there are many other options too.

Chic modern décor. The food is good, but nothing to scream about. Worse, the short menu has not changed for well over a year. Two out of four meat main dishes are deep fried. Service is friendly and polite, but mechanical. This is not a place where you can engage in a conversation with the staff. At $100-120 per pax, you are overpaying for the brand and the décor. I am not returning until the menu changes. For French/western at Dempsey, atout is much more satisfying, and there are many other options too.

Chic modern décor. The food is good, but nothing to scream about. Worse, the short menu has not changed for well over a year. Two out of four meat main dishes are deep fried. Service is friendly and polite, but mechanical. This is not a place where you can engage in a conversation with the staff. At $100-120 per pax, you are overpaying for the brand and the décor. I am not returning until the menu changes. For French/western at Dempsey, atout is much more satisfying, and there are many other options too.

Chic modern décor. The food is good, but nothing to scream about. Worse, the short menu has not changed for well over a year. Two out of four meat main dishes are deep fried. Service is friendly and polite, but mechanical. This is not a place where you can engage in a conversation with the staff. At $100-120 per pax, you are overpaying for the brand and the décor. I am not returning until the menu changes. For French/western at Dempsey, atout is much more satisfying, and there are many other options too.

Chic modern décor. The food is good, but nothing to scream about. Worse, the short menu has not changed for well over a year. Two out of four meat main dishes are deep fried. Service is friendly and polite, but mechanical. This is not a place where you can engage in a conversation with the staff. At $100-120 per pax, you are overpaying for the brand and the décor. I am not returning until the menu changes. For French/western at Dempsey, atout is much more satisfying, and there are many other options too.

Chic modern décor. The food is good, but nothing to scream about. Worse, the short menu has not changed for well over a year. Two out of four meat main dishes are deep fried. Service is friendly and polite, but mechanical. This is not a place where you can engage in a conversation with the staff. At $100-120 per pax, you are overpaying for the brand and the décor. I am not returning until the menu changes. For French/western at Dempsey, atout is much more satisfying, and there are many other options too.

Great location - a bit of an oasis in the Orchard Road area. I don’t drink coffee, but am told it’s ok and the iced tea preparations are fairly innovative. The food is extremely average, or even below average. Service is limited to taking order and bringing the food and beverages to the table; otherwise it’s totally absent and a bit rough on the edges. If not for the 1-for-1 Entertainer offer, I wouldn’t bother coming here. These Academïcs are more Poly League than Ivy League.

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The best thing about this brasserie is the atmosphere - such an oasis in the busy Orchard Rd area. Tables are fairly well spaced out. Service is friendly and pro-active. The lunch buffet is also in the understated style of Four Seasons Hotel - not an overwhelming display where you’re tempted to overindulge, but enough for a satisfying and healthy lunch. Prices are reasonable - $38++ without a main, $48-63++ with a main (depending on what you choose). Among à la carte items, the char kway teow is truly delish, although it costs five times more than at your friendly hawker.

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The best thing about this brasserie is the atmosphere - such an oasis in the busy Orchard Rd area. Tables are fairly well spaced out. Service is friendly and pro-active. The lunch buffet is also in the understated style of Four Seasons Hotel - not an overwhelming display where you’re tempted to overindulge, but enough for a satisfying and healthy lunch. Prices are reasonable - $38++ without a main, $48-63++ with a main (depending on what you choose). Among à la carte items, the char kway teow is truly delish, although it costs five times more than at your friendly hawker.

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The best thing about this brasserie is the atmosphere - such an oasis in the busy Orchard Rd area. Tables are fairly well spaced out. Service is friendly and pro-active. The lunch buffet is also in the understated style of Four Seasons Hotel - not an overwhelming display where you’re tempted to overindulge, but enough for a satisfying and healthy lunch. Prices are reasonable - $38++ without a main, $48-63++ with a main (depending on what you choose). Among à la carte items, the char kway teow is truly delish, although it costs five times more than at your friendly hawker.

The best thing about this brasserie is the atmosphere - such an oasis in the busy Orchard Rd area. Tables are fairly well spaced out. Service is friendly and pro-active. The lunch buffet is also in the understated style of Four Seasons Hotel - not an overwhelming display where you’re tempted to overindulge, but enough for a satisfying and healthy lunch. Prices are reasonable - $38++ without a main, $48-63++ with a main (depending on what you choose). Among à la carte items, the char kway teow is truly delish, although it costs five times more than at your friendly hawker.

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The sandwiches are better to look at than to eat, even toasted. The opposite of a Vietnamese bánh mì thịt, which are better to devour than to eye. However, the ones at nearby Ngon are below standard.

Farting is healthy (the wet type, less so)

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