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Piedra Negra

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An offshoot of the BluJaz Café, which occupies an adjacent corner in the same neighbourhood, Piedra Negra is a Mexican restaurant that takes up two units of adjoining shop house space at the sleepier end of the hip Arab Street enclave.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 00:00

Fri: 12:00 - 02:00

Sat & Sun: 17:00 - 02:00

+65 62911297
$29 based on 25 submissions
Chillout (6 votes), After Work (5 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (4 votes)
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Amazing handmade fresh guacamole!

Definitely worth a visit if you like your guacamole fresh and prepared at your table. The sizing portions are quite small compared to normal mexican food served elsewhere, but enough for the Singaporean stomach. 

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  • guacamole3 votes
  • burrito2 votes
  • nachos2 votes
  • Tortilla Espanola1 vote
  • taco1 vote
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• 09 Jan 2015 • 3 reviews • 7 followers

Blandly mediocre

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Piedra Negra used to have interesting Southern Mexican food, now mostly off the menu. What's left is mostly mediocre and utterly unseasoned food. I had the fish and shrimp taco and my wife had the deep fried shrimp tortilla. The only flavour on either came from the habanero sauces we added. The fish used in the tacos wasn't fresh, though I must admit that the shrimp used in both dishes was fresh and crunchy. A disappointing dinner all in all. I'm really not sure why this place is so packed. The beer prices can't be *that* great.
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• 05 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst mexican in Singapore..mediocre food, watered down cocktails and rude/unprofessional service.

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Worst mexican in Singapore..mediocre food, watered down cocktails and rude/unprofessional service. Music is either too loud so you cannot hear your friends or so low you cannot hear the music. Better pay a bit more and enjoy Viva Mexico at somerset or Lucha Loco at Duxton.

The waitress refused to give me a table below the fan because we were a party of 2 but then allowed two other people to sit there. When I challenged her about that she dismissed me saying she is busy. When I insisted I was there first she went over and she told these people that they need to move because "This guys wants THIS table" while pointing at me. Instead of saying I was there first she almost got me into a fight. On top of that she gave me the "are you happy now look". 

The whole night was marked by awful rude service alongside mediocre food and drinks.

Stay away! waste of money and time
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• 18 Apr 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Amazing handmade fresh guacamole!

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Definitely worth a visit if you like your guacamole fresh and prepared at your table. The sizing portions are quite small compared to normal mexican food served elsewhere, but enough for the Singaporean stomach. 
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