If you're coming here, don't bother with the mains, they were terrible. Mains were boring with repetition of the ingredients seen in most dishes, despite sharing different dishes of mains among ourselves we were shocked that there were little differences and were below average quality! The food we ordered were not fresh for the seafood ingredients used, you can get better food at other cafes in Singapore for sure. Despite feedback to the manager insisted that it was meant to be served that way for some of the dishes. Spoiled the mood for our drinks and we left.
Nice bistro at the base of the MAD museum, you can have nice food watching paints and works by young asian artists. Menu is easy; few things but good. we have brazed beef The service is vey amicable. Will definitely return
We met here as it was close to the Regent hotel (where my friend was recovering from a hangover). Since he is a bit mad it was an appropriate location. The atmosphere was relaxed - it is not too crowded - and the room layout allows for easy conversation. There are one or two tables closer to the background music that might have been more difficult to eat and blether. We each had a breakfast and drink. For the record: eggs Benedict and special bacon and french toast with maple syrup. Coffees, teas and a specialty Marrakesh mint tea. The highlight was a 30 minute tour around the mixed, mad artwork and shop.
This was not quite what I expected when I booked but it turned into a great lunch. The food was exceptional and there was something for everyone, there tapas menu is excellent. Great service in a very unusual setting so if you are looking for something different this is the place, we were there for lunch and I am sure the dynamics change at night. Enjoy.
Breakfast is ok, but the taste is not lost, but the portion is enough