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#2,177 of 10,051 Restaurants in Singapore


European, Cafe
Breakfast, Lunch
Seating, Gift Cards Available
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Reviewed 8 May 2021 via mobile

Came with a couple friend and I couldn't be more disappointed. Food was stale, old papadums that were definitely stale. Chicken tikka was flavourless, I suspect again as it wasn't fresh. Texture wasn't right maybe microwaved Shocked this place has (or had) a Michelin star....Over priced almost $600 for 4 adults, sharing 2 entrees 2 mains and rice, and dessert , wine list ridiculous high price for average bottles. Service was sloppy and slow, dropping water on me. Ambience tired and sad with lights out. Probably the worst Indian I've had in Singapore, if not anywhere. Many much better, not to mention cheaper, options out there.More

Date of visit: May 2021
Reviewed 6 April 2021

It’s very obvious, the cafe Management tried to save money on the ingredients. 1) The waffles tasted flat; not crispy on the outside and not fluffy on the inside. 2) The dark chocolate and the pecans on the soufflé pancake were not fresh anymore. 3)...Disappointing that dried fruits were used as toppings and decorations. Even dried cranberries were thrown into the drink, Alice in the Wonderland, but why..,? The dried cranberries added no taste or purpose to the drink. And they were too huge to get through the straw either. Only compliments to the staffs, they were friendly and helpful. That brought me the conclusion that the cafe Management were only concerned with the decorations and service. But one visit was enough given the quality of the food.More

Date of visit: April 2021
Reviewed 25 February 2021

Visited on a weekday 130pm as able to book slot so skipped long wait compared to weekends' walk in. Definitely worth going for westie even though its far east cos the flowery themed cafe is so pretty once u stepped in! Very sweet and relax...ambience within surrounded by flowers and more plants. Their brunch items look as pretty as they tasted! Had the Nicole's choice brunch plate consisting of smoked salmon(folded like pretty roses),sauteed mushrooms, fresh sliced avocados, sauasge,salad with hash brown sticks on the side. Ordered both rose tea and latte and they came so pretty crafted with real flower sticks as decor it certainly liften up the fragrance somehow. Lastly the highlight was no doubt the souffle pancakes! It was duper fluffy, eggy fragrant with in house sweet cream and fresh fruits and flowers decors at the side. Tasted so fantastic we cleaned up the plate! Highly recommended to visit this cafe especially with your special someone for their ambience and great food!More

Date of visit: February 2021
Reviewed 25 January 2021

I'm going to be very honest as I write this and am just going to say that I do not mean any offence. Like many, I wanted to go to this cafe because it looks so pretty and I thought my mom would appreciate it...because she likes flowers. However, I was really disappointed. While the desserts were good (We had charcoal waffles and strawberry soufflé's pancakes) the actual food was not. I ordered a grilled chicken which I could not even eat because of how unappetising it looked and tasted. The truffle hash-browns were not truffle at all and wasn't properly cooked either. My father had the fresh croissant with salmon and scrambled eggs and he said it was average. You would just expect more for the price you're paying. The place is also dog friendly which is great except for the fact they mean not just outside but also inside a completely closed restaurant, which isn't very spacious. While I love dogs, I am asthmatic and watching a dog shake his fur in a room with no ventilation (open windows) made me nervous. Its a pretty place with good slightly pricey desserts and very kind staff members.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed 1 December 2020 via mobile

Place is instagrammable and very relaxing.Staff are superb specially Dan..I really like their decaf tea.Will go here again and again.

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 8 November 2020 via mobile

The queue was long and the staff didn’t explain that you don’t have to queue if you want outdoor seats. Food portion was small but pricey and tasted very average. There’s limited cake options but the strawberry cake was decent, though pricey. Limited time to...dine in. Overall only the interior is nice for photo taking, but wouldn’t visit again.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed 19 October 2020 via mobile

Glad to dine at a pet friendly cafe and surprisingly the food was not bad. A bit pricey but overall nice ambience but of course it cannot compete with the flowers cafe overseas. Nevertheless worth a visit since we are unable to travel overseas this...year.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 17 September 2020 via mobile

Nice place for girls dating. Good food and amazing service. My friend ordered Iced Coffee, but when when they served with Iced latte. The boy changed immediately for her and refund $1 to us. Disappointed of reservation system, no reservation accepted. So we need to...queue and wait for one hour;(More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed 28 July 2020

This cafe is very beautiful. It is worth exploring, although it is at a very ulu location. Queue is quite long but it is worth the wait. The plating of the food and drinks are very insta-pic worthy. Service was ok. Overall, we would like...to come back again for more photos and try out more of their other dishes/drinks too!More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 13 July 2020 via mobile

Cafe de nicole’s flower, Singapore. Enjoyable brunch on Sunday with my fren. The atmosphere is great and plating is nice, but becoz of long queue of customer everyone dine in are time. Although me and my fren are in time but the staff visited our...table several time to check our number tag of the time left, kind of feel pushing us off especially the last 10min. As for the food, in general is nice, the ravioli and dessert taste great, but the aglio olio (noodle are thin, overall is oily and tasteless-lack of salt and garlic).More

Date of visit: July 2020
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  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 3.5