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Olive Vine (Suntec City)

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Olive Vine gets you and your company into a cozy seating corner and tuck into a healthy snack. Get your fill of freshly baked buns, cakes, and a variety of confectionery products paired with our specialty brewed coffee and other beverages here at our cafe and bakery.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

+65 68849648
$13 based on 6 submissions
3.5

It's for a good cause !

Olive Vine opened recently in the sky garden of Suntec. I've been twice already to check it out. previously I had the spaghetti arabbiata with chicken cutlet, one of the fusion dishes recommended by the staff as their most popular dish. It was a nice plate of comfort food which I quite enjoyed although the chicken cutlet was a little bit oily. For today, I had the...

Curry chicken set ($7.5+): With a decent level of spice I found this nonya curry quite enjoyable, also since it included a lot of potatoes which I love in a curry. The set also includes a drink - the ice lemon tea is fantastic - and dessert. I chose the baked tapioca cake which was also good. Other options chocolate brownie and carrot cake. A good value set lunch !

Overall: I happened to see on the internet that Olive Vine also supports several mission/charity projects in Singapore and elsewhere in Asia. I don't know the exact details and how much of the restaurants profits are contributed. Anyway I thought it's a really positive idea and feel more inclined to support this outlet.

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• 21 Nov 2012 • 2042 reviews • 261 followers

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Suntec may be under construction, but there are a few eateries there that serve its current tenants, and Olive Vine is one of those outlets that provide average quality food at value for money prices. Pastas are generally tailored for local palette (ie: lots of sauce and strong flavours) and the place makes an ideal place for a quick meal after a day in the office that will not burn too deep a hole in the pocket.
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• 12 Sep 2011 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

It's for a good cause !

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Olive Vine opened recently in the sky garden of Suntec. I've been twice already to check it out. previously I had the spaghetti arabbiata with chicken cutlet, one of the fusion dishes recommended by the staff as their most popular dish. It was a nice plate of comfort food which I quite enjoyed although the chicken cutlet was a little bit oily. For today, I had the...

Curry chicken set ($7.5+): With a decent level of spice I found this nonya curry quite enjoyable, also since it included a lot of potatoes which I love in a curry. The set also includes a drink - the ice lemon tea is fantastic - and dessert. I chose the baked tapioca cake which was also good. Other options chocolate brownie and carrot cake. A good value set lunch !

Overall: I happened to see on the internet that Olive Vine also supports several mission/charity projects in Singapore and elsewhere in Asia. I don't know the exact details and how much of the restaurants profits are contributed. Anyway I thought it's a really positive idea and feel more inclined to support this outlet.

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