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(Closed) Breeks Cafe (Causeway Point)

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Breeks Cafe is an American restaurant located in Causeway Point. It is an American-styled café that offers a very appealing and affordable menu, unique restaurant ambient and exciting kerb appeal aiming at young diner

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 68936339
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3.5

Quiet place with decent food

The cafe doesn't see much crowd during dinner. However, the food is not bad, just a little pricey.

I love the beef lasagne. It's very cheesy and comes with crispy deep fried noodle bits, making the dish slightly more interesting.

Potato island is worth a try too! It's baked potato with mushroom and ham inside and is equally cheesy. It's a little expensive at about $7+ for two potato halves. Service is impersonal.

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• 18 Dec 2011 • 31 reviews • 4 followers

Quiet place with decent food

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The cafe doesn't see much crowd during dinner. However, the food is not bad, just a little pricey.

I love the beef lasagne. It's very cheesy and comes with crispy deep fried noodle bits, making the dish slightly more interesting.

Potato island is worth a try too! It's baked potato with mushroom and ham inside and is equally cheesy. It's a little expensive at about $7+ for two potato halves. Service is impersonal.

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