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Fullhouse Theme Cafe

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A vintage Mini Copper Classic, Victorian-style furniture and dreamy interiors greet you as you enter this two-storey theme bar and bistro located in Rendezvous Gallery. The fusion menu is a mixture of European and Asian fare that includes braised lamb shank, pastas, chops and local dishes.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sun: 17:30 - 21:30

+65 63366328
$29 based on 42 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (6 votes), Romance/First Dates (6 votes)
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Average Expensive food but a good photo taking spot!

Decided to check out this theme cafe because of the mini cooper parked outside. the actual restaurant is upstairs. staff are friendly ...and there are lotsa furniture and novelty sports to take a photo. 

Being a cafe, the food also matters. we each ordered a green tea which is alright. like bubble tea standard. as for main course, i ordered a chicken roll - it is tasty but portion is small. my partner ordered a fish which is really not enough. we also ordered calamari appetisers. overall we are not full - but its alright. Just that the bill came and it was almost $80. Not very worth it. 

But bottom line is you get a ton of photos for that date night. Worth ONE visit. :)

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• 14 Apr 2013 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

22 Nov 2012 Fullhouse Theme Café

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OMG!!  This place is so overpriced. A very ordinary White Coffee costs S$7.90.  With the 10% and 7% GST, it works out to S$9.30 total.  Not good value for money at all. A new player in Singapore, this chain already has many outlets in Malaysia. The other items on the menu are also very ordinary.  Just like the coffee, they are also 10-20% more expensive than comparable offerings elsewhere. This is a place that seems determined to coast on its cutesy charm. Location at Rendezvous Hotel. Exact address is not provided as this place is not recommended.

For full review and photos please see http://travelrestauranthotel.com/blog/?p=601#comments


¡Cielos! Este lugar es muy caro. Un café con leche común cuesta S$7.90.  Con el 10% y 7% del impuesto sobre bienes y servicios (GST, por sus siglas en inglés), el precio final es de S$9.30. Un nuevo protagonista en Singapur, esta cadena ya tiene muchos locales en Malasia. Las demás opciones del menú también son muy simples. Al igual que el café, los precios son entre un 10 y 20%  más caros si se comparan con las opciones ofrecidas en otros lugares. Este es un lugar que parece estar dispuesto a descansarse en su encanto cursi.

For full review and photos please see http://travelrestauranthotel.com/blog/?p=601#comments

세상에! 여기 너무 비싸네요. 평범하기 짝이 없는 화이트 커피가 7불 90센트인데, 10퍼센트(의 서비스 차지와) 7%의 GST를 합하면 총액 9불 30센트인데, 가격대비 별로에요. . 싱가폴에는 새로이 오픈하지만 이 프렌차이즈 체인은 말레이시아에 많은 매장을 두고 있어요. 다른 메뉴도 매우 평범한 편이에요.  커피와 마찬가지로 다른 곳에 비해 10퍼센트에서 20퍼센트 가량 가격이 더 높습니다.

For full review and photos please see http://travelrestauranthotel.com/blog/?p=601#comments    
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• 08 Jan 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Average Expensive food but a good photo taking spot!

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Decided to check out this theme cafe because of the mini cooper parked outside. the actual restaurant is upstairs. staff are friendly ...and there are lotsa furniture and novelty sports to take a photo. 

Being a cafe, the food also matters. we each ordered a green tea which is alright. like bubble tea standard. as for main course, i ordered a chicken roll - it is tasty but portion is small. my partner ordered a fish which is really not enough. we also ordered calamari appetisers. overall we are not full - but its alright. Just that the bill came and it was almost $80. Not very worth it. 

But bottom line is you get a ton of photos for that date night. Worth ONE visit. :)
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• 17 Dec 2012 • 58 reviews • 0 follower

Wish the food was as good as the ambience

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Nicely decorated and renovated cafe. And the positive aspects ends there.

Food were basically tasteless and overcooked.
Drinks were diluted and they look like they been sitting there for some time before it got served.
Menu cards were dirty and falling apart.

Realize most people who dine here probably are just hear to take photo of the nice decor.
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