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52 Nanyang Avenue
The Hive
Singapore 639816

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Friday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Want a quick bite while studying in HIVE? This is a cheaper alternative if you do not want to walk to koufu!

Yknow co-op has your back. Wish they'd take the orders at 11 sharp despite kitchen delays (we don't mind waiting with the number system lel)

Still, the pan fried dory is still nice when paired with the wasabi mayo. I would still wait for them to catch 🐟
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Rating: 3/5
Worth the calories? Well, yes I Guess only if you have spare calories to spare or else give it a miss.
📷 Credits: Member @cake.cass
#NTUFoodForThought

Service was great! Ordering and collection can take quite a while during peak hours. The Carbonara was served warm, the penné was smooth and accompanied with thin crust ham and sliced mushrooms. If it's a rainy day I would recommend to get this! However if you're the type who doesn't like creamy stuff, I would suggest you not to get this dish. 😊
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Rating: 3.5/5
Worth your calories? Once in two weeks is fine? 😉
📷 Credits: Member @eli_kai
#NTUFoodForThought

#BusiestTimeofTheYear
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Rant, just ignore. (Not related to the above)
Now we live in an exciting, dynamic time. Doing away with print media that's struggling we all know this thing called the web which has a much broader appeal. This is where professional journalists, full fledged bloggers & even amateur gastrogrammers like me are embracing as an effective, informal format to reach hungry readers or sometimes simply share our experiences.
The sole foundation in all this is probably trust. We all know that it's impossible to experience 100% perfection all the time, but it's really not fair to rate down a place we only tried once. It's also not always wise to revisit a horrible place a 2nd time. Therefore in situations like this, one can choose not to review at all or well, review it anyway - the 1st impression (& let people know that too). Constructive feedback elevates the discourse about good food & that's pretty important to me, don't you think? But when you know of some illogical system that chooses to control your freedom of speech, that's where it gets messy.
Though I may not be directly involved, this issue is something I genuinely care much about. I've never felt so disappointed & enraged to know that the system has far more cares about monetary values than the people's choices & welfare - when it's a system that should always be wearing two hats. Because if you know that readers are going to rely on the reviews they find on the web - spend time, money & effort on something reviewed, there's nothing more important than trust. No matter who the writer is, that there'll always be that intangible form of long term accountability. Requesting them to write all things sweet & nice when they're not would be the direct break to everything supposed to be done right. In the ethical viewpoint, that same trust that should be built up with honesty wouldn't exist.
So what a shame really. I wouldn't say more, but 😞

A tad too much of the sauce/ oil since it's meant to be Aglio olio, but more sauce is better than being too dry 😂 It's no wonder why everyone seems to order pasta from CO-OP.

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