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Cafe Frenzie Bistro & Bar

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Serving Western food, desserts and beers, this cafe is located along Tebing Lane.

Daily: 17:00 - 01:00

+65 64410966
$32 based on 34 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (6 votes), Dinner (5 votes), View/Scenery (5 votes)
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Frienzie - fairly good

Now, it is time for some scenic river views, cooling breezes and dinner at a far away side of Singapore - at the Punggol area. Frienzie's Bistro & Bar was chosen for that purpose, and also its laid-back ambience with music and another aspect of river-side dining other than Boat / Clake Quay and Robertson Quay.   There is usually a crowd by nightfall, and this area is fabulous for an after-dinner stroll. I never knew this place existed until now. We decided to go for the alfresco seating so we may be closer to nature - they set up with nice glass-topped tables and Balinese-style chairs anyway, so it was comfortable.   Main course no. 1 came next - the Spicy Meatballs Spaghetti -  I thought that it would have tasted better if more spicy. Nonetheless, the meatballs were bouncy and succulent, a delicious blend of minced beef taste and the spicy flavor of the chillied sauce it was tossed in. The pasta was tangy and well-cooked, so the overall feel of the dish was rather delightful, like comfort food at its best.   Next, the Marinated Chicken Thigh - tender chicken thigh cooked to perfection and served with a savoury gravy and chunks of capsicums, carrots, mushrooms etc. I rather enjoyed the light burst of flavors for this simple dish, but the amount of fatty meat in the chicken was quite a turn-off.    For more detailed information and photos, do visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/03/dinner-at-frienzies-bistro-bar.html  

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  • Lamb Rack2 votes
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  • Ice Cream1 vote
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• 23 May 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Ok dinner if u just want to get out of the house

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The ambience is nice if you want to have a beer and chill out. Other than that the food is mediocre. The wagyu beef is chewy. The escargot was ok. That's about it
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• 09 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

poor service

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Poor service, each time we order any drinks, it will take half an hour to be served. Lack of manpower. Overall, terrible service. Tiramisu is terrible too. Never coming back to this awful place.        
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• 02 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

terrible food n service

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Food is terrible, soooooo salty n the lamb n beef are not tender at all..., ordered a coffee and asked for five times before it arrived...
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