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The Cornerstone

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Address: Bishan Park 2, 1380 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, 569930
Lying admist the tropical greenery of Bishan Park is this casual 160-seater bistro with outdoor tables along the corridor, indoor seatings and private rooms. The Cornerstone offers a comprehensive children's menu, homemade pastas, finger food and mains.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:30

+65 65547230
$24 based on 36 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (9 votes), After Work (6 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)

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Nice surprise

Walked in as we were hungry after a walk in Bishan Park. We're served promptly and politely. Casual dinner restaurant. We were in shorts and flip flops and that didn't matter. Ordered the Goldilocks kid's meal ($6) which was spaghetti stuck into sausage pieces in a very tasty tomato-based sauce. My 4 year old picky eater lapped it all up! Hubs n I had a half rack of ribs, a beef burger and half a dozen buffalo wings level 1. Generous portion for ribs, burger was ok. Wings were great. Too bad we were too full to finish so the leftovers were doggy-bagged (not so nice after heating up in oven). No pictures cuz we were so hungry. Service was ok. None of the unpleasant stuff mentioned in other posts. We thought prices were reasonably given the portion sizes. Will be back to try the other offerings.

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• 15 Aug 2015 • 2 reviews • 1 follower

Nice surprise

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Walked in as we were hungry after a walk in Bishan Park. We're served promptly and politely. Casual dinner restaurant. We were in shorts and flip flops and that didn't matter. Ordered the Goldilocks kid's meal ($6) which was spaghetti stuck into sausage pieces in a very tasty tomato-based sauce. My 4 year old picky eater lapped it all up! Hubs n I had a half rack of ribs, a beef burger and half a dozen buffalo wings level 1. Generous portion for ribs, burger was ok. Wings were great. Too bad we were too full to finish so the leftovers were doggy-bagged (not so nice after heating up in oven). No pictures cuz we were so hungry. Service was ok. None of the unpleasant stuff mentioned in other posts. We thought prices were reasonably given the portion sizes. Will be back to try the other offerings.
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• 13 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Follow up review... food intoxication

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Followed by food intoxication 4 hours later... really how bad can it get... we didnt even finish the food yet still managed to get food poisoning... must be some potent stuff...but honestly...the food we had was not fresh at all.
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• 13 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Kitchen Nightmare

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Poor service, cold food thats not fresh... had the stew beef with mash and the bbq chicken with fries... where to begin... beef and mash were cold upon arrival, too much salt on the beef and not enough on the mash.... The chicken, again cold, was doused in an industrial sauce, the chicken smelled like it had been sitting in the freezer for awhile. Fries were overcooked and oily, probably refried them a couple of times before serving... service... well we were sitting inside and rendered completely invisible...
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