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(Closed) 211 Roof Terrace Cafe

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Located in Holland Road Shopping Centre on Holland Avenue, 211 Roof Terrace Café serves Italian and Australian cuisines.Savour mouth-watering Italian and Australian candlelight cuisine in lush rooftop alfresco garden setting under a star-sprinkled sky – a paradise to be discovered.

Daily: 09:00 - 23:00

+65 64626194
$26 based on 49 submissions
Quiet (12 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (11 votes), Chillout (11 votes)
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Not a fan of western cuisine

I'm not a fan of western food but bo bian. Kids wanted it so ended up here over one weekend. Overall, the family enjoyed the food; and as for me, was quite OK.

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• 25 Nov 2014 • 107 reviews • 0 follower

Not a fan of western cuisine

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I'm not a fan of western food but bo bian. Kids wanted it so ended up here over one weekend. Overall, the family enjoyed the food; and as for me, was quite OK.
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• 17 Mar 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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Lets just say that I created an account just so I could review 211 Rooftop. We had brunch here because it looked like a hidden gem. Sadly disappointed as we paid $20++ for deep fried bacon, over cooked poached eggs and a soggy rosti. On a positive note, the staff are actually responsive and service is good. Pity the food lets the place down.
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• 18 Feb 2013 • 20 reviews • 1 follower

Serenity amongst the hustle

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I've been to 211 twice and both times had been good experiences. The first time was for dinner and the second was for brunch. 

View full review & pictures of:
brunch: http://angelinenie.blogspot.sg/2013/02/211-roof-terrace-cafe.html
dinner: http://angelinenie.blogspot.sg/2012/03/19th-monthsary-211-roof-terrace-cafe.html


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I'm a huge fan of their nachos. Homemade, crispy, and sinfully worth every cent. I've tried it the first time I went there, fell in love with it and had to have it the second time. And personally I preferred their brunch menu over the dinner ones because they aren't too expensive and good for its pricing. The food I had for dinner are all pretty decent but I've tasted better. 

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They have an outdoor and indoor area. Personally I love the outdoor area because it's the rooftop! You can see the sky (and hdb buldings surrounding you) and relax after work. Or spend a quiet lazy afternoon in the outdoor area under the shade. I find that the place in the afternoon is quieter than the night. 
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