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Sun Ray Cafe

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A western cafe located at Serangoon Gardens. Serving variety of drinks/beer and western food. Sun Ray is an ideal place for dining alone, hanging out with friends, quiet reading or working from a computer, this cafe provides the utmost comfort.

Mon - Tue: 18:00 - 23:00

Wed - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri: 11:00 - 00:00

Sat: 10:00 - 00:00

Sun: 10:00 - 23:00

+65 62838700
$22 based on 75 submissions
Pet Friendly (24 votes), After Work (21 votes), Chillout (20 votes)
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No Frills Hidden Find in Serangoon

Sun Ray Cafe is a no-frills cafe located near the heart of Serangoon Gardens, primarily reaching out to residents looking for a chill out cafe near their house or a place to escape. The place opens from lunch to about 11pm or when the last customer leaves and has a pet friendly section for dog owners to bring their dogs and mingle.

At a recent tasting, I managed to try some of their key offerings.

Recommended is the Asam Fish, which I understand has 26 different ingredients in the very thick sauce.

The Chicken Cordon Bleu is another fushion mix in which the chef puts in Japanese seaweed in the traditional western dish to create a lighter feel.

Finally, go for the lamb rack if you like your meat well done. The chef commented that he cooks it in this way as the locals prefer it so.

Another localised Italian dish available is the Mushroom Pasta, in which the pasta is filled with a rich cream sauce and the spaghetti is not al dente, once again to fit the local palette.

Done with the food, what I thought stood out in this quaint chill out place is the drinks. I really enjoyed the Dr Loosen Riesling , which was a light Riesling with a sweet after tastes. Ladies who like beer should go for the Timmermans Peche, a peach-flavored lambic beer with a pleasant sweet finish.

Like most local cafes run by the proprietor, expect personalised and friendly service.

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• 12 Jun 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Always bring me smile when im there

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I tried the lamb shank, omg they are huge and wonderful. Just that the dogs are staring at me and drooling. great taste ,wonderful ambience with nice host. A guy by the name Kyler provide me with excellent service ,wine recommendation and finishing off with the aromatic self roasted coffee. Hope this review is able to compensate for the excellence service tip i have forgotten. $$$$ cheeer
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• 15 Jan 2014 • 83 reviews • 4 followers

Shining like the stars, bright like the sun

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A pet-friendly cafe, there is much joy and laughter ringing in this cafe. There are adorable doggies in their store, and you can tell from the smile on their faces that they are a happy bunch. Drop by this cafe if you would like to be infected by their simple joy. There are some in-house beverages too, such as the Matcha green tea latte.
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• 29 Dec 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

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Went to this pet cafe a couple of times... frankly will not visit again if not for lack of pet friendly places in Singapore. The place is really filthy as most of the pet owners do not bother to clean up after their pets and the staff appears to be too disorganised to take any action. Food is overpriced for the standard, I had their salmon dish and chicken dish on two occassions, the salmon was overcooked and dry and the chicken was rubbery and tasteless. Like badly microwaved frozen food. Staff got theirs orders wrong, charged wrong amounts (overcharged), and the food took way too long to arrive. If you are forced to eat there because you need to meet pet friends, i recommend their assam fish which is not bad.
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