Daily: 10:00 - 22:00
Pique Nique is a casual and laid back American eatery with a setting inspired by the backdrop of Central Park in New York City. An enormous menu of soulful American comfort cuisine and desserts awaits diners, with notable highlights such as the cheesebugers, macaroni & cheese and various American desserts.
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Norwegian Benedict ($14.00) – 2 poached eggs with toasted English muffin, smoked salmon, sour cream. served with side salad. The sour cream matched well with the chewy English muffin. Smoked salmon portion’s quite a lot and not too salty. Pretty good combination. Rating: 4/5
The Tokyo Connection Burger ($12.80) – Teriyaki chicken leg, mashed potato, wasabi mayo, tomato and lettuce. Very flavourful teriyaki chicken leg with a tinge of wasabi mayo. Mashed potato was in between the burger and the feel’s quite good. Rating: 3.5/5
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There was quite abit of negative reviews on Hungry Go where, but I visited this place with an open mind, as I have bought some vouchers with the mall's promotion at JCube. I have always wanted to visit this quaint-looking place in Ngee Ann City anyway. There is a big open space in the middle, supposedly for large groups, with astro turf grounds, providing a very story-book like feel.
Their wait staff were very friendly and helpful, and acceded to our take-away request quite promptly, filling up our waters whenever it was getting empty.
I couldn't really rave about the food though...
Roasted Chicken with Mac & Cheese ($17.80)
Pique Nique's Classique Burger ($18)
But, I was sorely disappointed, considering Chef Pang's background in Les Amis Group. Their beef Goulash ($20) is quite average, the beef really tender, the pasta done right. But it got jelak after awhile, so we were glad when the Roasted Chicken with Mac & Cheese came next ($17.80). Their Gruyere cheese went really well with the nicely-done macronies. I shouldn't have ordered their Pique Nique's Classique Burger ($18), and should have stuck to their all-day breakfast... The meat was under-marinated and crumbly, no juice. The fries were crunchy and not oily, which saved the dish.
Not to mention the plates. The paint was fading off, and I felt like I was eating the paint with every spoon. What once seemed classy is now an eyesore. I'd rather they just use plain ceramic plates.
All in all, I wouldn't be back for Pique Nique. There are way too may good food over in other malls, West Gate and Jem, and even the food courts around.
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Visited the new Pique Nique outlet at Jcube :)Like the casual 'outdoor' dining deco.There are trees and even grasslands in it lolx.1. Broulash (did i remember it correctly?) fries.Thick potato strips with beef stew sauce and mayo! 2. Classic egg ben. My must-try in every restaurant that has it :pIt has a nice ooozing yolk!Too bad the entire thing was a tad too sourish though :/ 3. Swisshrooms burger.Like the sautee mushrooms in it~4. Triple choco cheesecake?It's unlike usual cheesecake where we get very jerlat after having half of it.This taste good and light at the same time, that I can possibly finish the whole cake on my own!
Take-away their macarons cos we were too full for any more desserts there and then.Flavours you definitely have to try: Red Velvet, Salted Caramel and Cookies & Cream with Mint! <3 <3 <3Wish I can have it everyday!
The first place that I tried was at Takashimaya, the breakfast meal was good. Other than that, I didn't try the other food at there. Until during tea time, someone suggested this place. I quickly went to get the table and before that, I took a look at their pastries. It was really nice to see so many variety and delicious appealing cakes.
Nevertheless, it was a good tea time with lovely cakes.