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Mad Jack (Nex)

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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
$17 based on 21 submissions
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Go for the desserts

Brownie with ice cream - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2014/02/16/mad-jack-nex/

Mad jack serves pretty good and decent desserts! Not overly pricey also. I tried the brownie with ice cream and the brownie is piping hot while the ice cream is freaking cold. It's an ultimate combination. However, it's a little on the sweet and sugary side. 

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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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• 12 Jan 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

just okay

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I tried the salmon and it was soggy, the peach salad is nice though. I tried the fish and chips at another outlet and it was just okay too. The prices are reasonable though so you cannot expect lots of quality.
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• 02 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Unbecoming service from a so called restaurtant.(Simpang Bedok outlet)

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Was with a group of friends on the 15 of Sept for dinner. When inside the restaurant I asked for glass of water just to break my fast. The waiter quickly told me of the charges and said that I dont mind paying since we eating there.

The outlet was not pack during that time. 5 min have passed and I approached the same waiter of my request. The same responsed was given to me., that the water is chargeable. Told him that I dont mind paying even it is from the tap.

10min had passed still no water. My friends and I decided to pack and walk out. It is so dissappointing afterall I am the one who recommented to eat there.

Wrote to the management about the incident. Said will get back to me soonest but till now.

Truthfully, so much hype abt the food and service being good. Its all c***!!!


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