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Empire State (Greenwich V)

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Empire State is located at Iluma and blends American dishes with Asian influences. Choose from a wide variety of burgers, pastas, salads, ribs, milkshakes and desserts from its menu.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 64837249
$17 based on 8 submissions
Lunch (5 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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Despite having visited Greenwich several times, I have never dined at Empire State. With the closure of BBQ Chicken, Empire State is becomes the only restaurant at Greenwich selling western fare.
 Empire State reminds me very much of the now defunct New York New York eatery.
 Food portion sizes here are HUGE! American-size.
 The crowd was mild for a weekday lunch hour. Service was alright and pretty quick.
 Taste-wise, the food was great! Well, till I was so full from the portion-sizes... even the finger food serving was, large. At least in my opinion.

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• 29 Dec 2014 • 64 reviews • 1 follower

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Despite having visited Greenwich several times, I have never dined at Empire State. With the closure of BBQ Chicken, Empire State is becomes the only restaurant at Greenwich selling western fare.
 Empire State reminds me very much of the now defunct New York New York eatery.
 Food portion sizes here are HUGE! American-size.
 The crowd was mild for a weekday lunch hour. Service was alright and pretty quick.
 Taste-wise, the food was great! Well, till I was so full from the portion-sizes... even the finger food serving was, large. At least in my opinion.
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• 30 Jun 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

Casual Western Fare

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I never knew a mall at Sengkang could be so happening with lots of dining options, and in my first visit, I must say that I left pleasantly surprised.

With a mission to tap on the rising young couples around the area, Empire State offers tasty casual fare such as aglio olio, fried chicken, baked chicken and pumpkin soup. A lot of taste though comes from the generous amounts of oil used.

Service was rather efficient, typical of a casual dining environment with no frills.
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• 07 Nov 2013 • 139 reviews • 5 followers

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For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/11/empire-state.html The monkey mascot, representing the Statue of Liberty, Empire State focus on another set of values! Cheeky monkey :P Their mains range from pastas to burgers and to westerns only. Of course, includes starters, sides, drinks, and desserts. Seafood Ring ($6.90) is seafood ring fried to golden color, and served with caesar dressing and cocktail sauce. Love the seafood rings, as they were fried till crispy, and chewy. Herb Roasted Maple Glazed Chicken - half ($11.90) - whole ($16.90). Chicken was prepared with maple sauce beforehand, and covered with brown sauce to add taste to it. I love their roasted chicken too, as sauce is sweet with some peppery taste and goes well with the meat. Meat is tender and juicy, while the fries are not over-fried, leaving the inside still mushy! Baked Salmon ($16.90) where fillet is baked and served with flavorful seafood sauce, mesclun salad and amshed potato. Salmon is overcooked, making the fillet a little hard. But sauce is sweet and creamy, which I love to dip with fries, mesclun salad, mashed potato, and seafood rings. Their serving portion is not stingy at all, and with the price stated, it is definitely worth it, and probably even cheaper than it should be! While the condominium is still in development behind the mall, do pay them a visit before it gets too crowded even on a weekday evening!! For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/11/empire-state.html
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