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First Culinary Restaurant

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With our passion for freshness of food, First Culinary Restaurant aim to bring you brightness of mind, calmness of heart, and lightness of spirit.

+65 67585500
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A wonderful meal

We were shown to our seats quickly and the waitress were quick to recommend dishes. Most of the food taste great but I wouldn't go for the Kangkong again. The menu selection is quite adequate and food are well presented. Overall it was a great meal.

Pictures : http://thefoodmenace.blogspot.sg/2014/04/first-culinary-restaurant.html

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• 21 Apr 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

A wonderful meal

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We were shown to our seats quickly and the waitress were quick to recommend dishes. Most of the food taste great but I wouldn't go for the Kangkong again. The menu selection is quite adequate and food are well presented. Overall it was a great meal.

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• 06 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great food at industry area! Must try!

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Good service & great food at reasonable price.

Started off with a cup of their signature green veg drink which is very refreshing,the abalone is tender,the fried teochew kway tiao with cai po is very unique! another special dish is the deep fried bittergourd coated with salty egg,even the kids love it! We also tried their imperial crab which didn't disappoint us!

Definitely will be going back again !
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• 13 May 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

A waste of time, money and calories

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Very bad experience with this restaurant and simply put, spend your money elsewhere as this place totally do not deserve your time.

Very Disorganised - We were shown to our table and left there with the menus (ala carte and set) without anyone coming to attend to us nor bother to check whether we had placed order. We had to make multiple trips to the counter to get them to serve tea, replenish drinks, verify our order twice and chase for our food to be served.

We reserved early for Mother's Day dinner and informed the staff that we would like to opt for the Set Menu (there is only 1 catering to 6 pax) but the restaurant did not take down our order and we ended up waiting for an hour + make alot of explanations before food arrives.

When we highlighted our unhappiness over how our reservation were handled the staff merely apologised and pushed the blame to an employee who had left the restaurant and leave out our order on purpose (very clever of them to use this excuse).

Mediocre Food - The set menu for 6 is priced at 198++ with 6 dishes and 1 complimentary dessert. The dishes were mediocre and some were cold.

Shark's fin soup and seabass were too salty. The crispy cai poh that came with the seabass was almost tasteless. Their Kung Fu duck is cold and dry and cannot even compare to Dian Xiao Er's herbal duck. Honestly we have eaten much better cze-char elsewhere.

Don't waste your calories on this place unless you are really desperate!
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