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Grandma's Restaurant (Raffles City)

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Grandma's serves local foods. Be spoilt for choice with a vast selection of wholesome dishes just like your Grandma used to cook it. Foods here is so local that you simply indulge it.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 63335580
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Lunch @ Grandma's

Located at basement, its more like an outlet/canteen style, rather than a restaurant, but the menu prices are not exactly cheap though.

Dimly lighted, not enough manpower. Sitting at a corner, it was really difficult to attract the attention of the service personnel. The only fastest service provided was when we asked for the bill.

Foodwise, the assam fish head is really fantastic. It was served with the burner, thus it was kept pipping hot during the entire meal. The gravy was really apetitizing, not too greasy nor thick, good enough to drink.

Beef rendang, so so only, I have eaten better ones. Otak, not a big fan, but was a big hit with my guests. Vegetables portions are pathetically LITTLE... :(

Dessert - Chendol is yum, especially since you could decide how much brown sugar syrup u want to add. Thus it is less sweet compared to others.

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• 18 Aug 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Overall horrible food I have ever eat in my entire life. Not value for money. Will never eat again

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Overall horrible food I have ever eat in my entire life. Not value for money. Will never eat again. Grandma kitchen food suck. Will not recommend any of my friends.
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• 18 Aug 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Overall horrible food I have ever eat in my entire life. Not value for money. Will never eat again

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Overall horrible food I have ever eat in my entire life. Not value for money. Will never eat agai
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• 25 Oct 2012 • 50 reviews • 2 followers

Good food, appaling manager

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We ordered nasi lemak and Hokkien mee.  The nasi lemak was quite delicious and came with good sambal.  The cendol was tasty too.  What spoilt the experience was not just the over charging of one extra cendol, but the way the restaurant manager totally ignored me when I stood in front of him trying to explain.  He never once looked up fr the cashier and actually dashed off to the kitchen!  It was ironically the supervisor who came over and rectified it and prompty refunded me.  What ''exemplary'' behaviour by the manager!
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