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Mad Jack (Nex)

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Address: #B1-27, Nex, 23 Serangoon Central, 556083
Mad Jack is an Australian style cafe serving Western meals and desserts. In addition to dining-in services, the cafe also provides catering and delivery services.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 66347551
+65 68468231
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Halal Western Food and cakes!

I haven't been to Mad Jack in awhile. My last experience with their cakes were dry and I decided to give their main courses a try.

They serve Halal western food that is easy on the wallet and with a wide variety, fish, chicken, beef, spaghetti, cakes and healthy fruit juices.

1. Psycho Chicken & Chip $9.90+
The chicken cutlet was alot bigger than expected! It was crispy all over and juicy and tender chicken meat on the inside. The chips were the fat chips kind, a big soggy. There was a side salad with a cube of green apple and red apple and some canned fruit. All in all, a decent main course, that proved to be better than expected

2. Berry Chocolate Indulgence $6.40+ 
The cake was surprisingly good! It was so much better than the chocolate banana cake. The chocolate sponge cake interspersed with a chocolate ganache  which was thick and almost like a giant chocolate bar in between and with homecooked berry compte on the top. A delightful combination.

I'm glad I gave them another try! Service was quick and simple. Write down your order, bring it to the cashier, make payment and the food is served to you within 10-15 minutes. 


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• 28 Aug 2015 • 61 reviews • 0 follower

Halal Western Food and cakes!

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I haven't been to Mad Jack in awhile. My last experience with their cakes were dry and I decided to give their main courses a try.

They serve Halal western food that is easy on the wallet and with a wide variety, fish, chicken, beef, spaghetti, cakes and healthy fruit juices.

1. Psycho Chicken & Chip $9.90+
The chicken cutlet was alot bigger than expected! It was crispy all over and juicy and tender chicken meat on the inside. The chips were the fat chips kind, a big soggy. There was a side salad with a cube of green apple and red apple and some canned fruit. All in all, a decent main course, that proved to be better than expected

2. Berry Chocolate Indulgence $6.40+ 
The cake was surprisingly good! It was so much better than the chocolate banana cake. The chocolate sponge cake interspersed with a chocolate ganache  which was thick and almost like a giant chocolate bar in between and with homecooked berry compte on the top. A delightful combination.

I'm glad I gave them another try! Service was quick and simple. Write down your order, bring it to the cashier, make payment and the food is served to you within 10-15 minutes. 


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  • Berry Chocolate Indulge $6.40+
• 20 May 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Decent Food @ Mad Jack

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The review of Mad Jack is in the link I will post below. I'm a small time 15 y/o blogger with a passion for food and I hope you guys give me a chance and read my review and support my blog. Hopefully you found this review informative and if otherwise, please feel free to drop some feedback to me. Have a great read!
 
 http://22foodstreet.blogspot.sg/2015/05/mad-jack-nex.html
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• 09 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

average

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Just went to the restaurant to have lunch with my colleagues. There are lunch promotion which I think is quite  worth it to try. Ordered the swam dish, it took so long to arrive that makes me think that they might have forgotten about my order. The service is slow but perhaps we can't ask for fast service when there is no service charge. The swan meat is well marinated but as for the corn is tasteless. The soup is tasteless as well so I wouldn't recommend you to order. Overall I wouldn't really recommend it.
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