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Swensen's (The Clementi Mall)

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Swensen's has developed over the years to become a restaurant chain offering not only ice cream, but fun and friendly casual-dining with a wide selection of hearty food, desserts, beverages, ice cream cakes and takeaway novelties.

Mon - Fri: 10:30 - 22:30

Sat - Sun & PH: 08:00 - 22:30

+65 66592151
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An unexpected 1st class service

We visited this branch to celebrate my nephew's birthday on 5th Jan 2014. We were there about 8.30pm, they arranged a cosy table for us at the end of the restaurant. It was spacious & comfortable unlike their other branches.

One of their Manageress, Ms Vwenise recommended Spicy Seafood Pasta with Scallops to my husband which turned out very nice. Besides that we ordered Curry Chicken Baked Rice, Chicken In The Basket, Juicy Game Hen with Bbq Sauce, Crispy Cornflake Chicken, Ice Chocolate Blended & their Ice Cream Cake. All the food we ordered turned out great.

Ms Vwenise brought out the ice cream cake we ordered for my nephew after we finished our meal. She took lead to sing the birthday song for my nephew. She also helped us with the photo taking. Last but not least, she got the kitchen to cut our cake & advised us to cut into even number of slices for good luck. We were so impressed with her service. She & her team served us politely & efficiently even though we were the last customers to leave the restaurant.

I'm so glad that I chosen this branch over the others & got this unexpected 1st class service. Do try out this branch if you want to be served like a VIP.

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• 06 Jan 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

An unexpected 1st class service

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We visited this branch to celebrate my nephew's birthday on 5th Jan 2014. We were there about 8.30pm, they arranged a cosy table for us at the end of the restaurant. It was spacious & comfortable unlike their other branches.

One of their Manageress, Ms Vwenise recommended Spicy Seafood Pasta with Scallops to my husband which turned out very nice. Besides that we ordered Curry Chicken Baked Rice, Chicken In The Basket, Juicy Game Hen with Bbq Sauce, Crispy Cornflake Chicken, Ice Chocolate Blended & their Ice Cream Cake. All the food we ordered turned out great.

Ms Vwenise brought out the ice cream cake we ordered for my nephew after we finished our meal. She took lead to sing the birthday song for my nephew. She also helped us with the photo taking. Last but not least, she got the kitchen to cut our cake & advised us to cut into even number of slices for good luck. We were so impressed with her service. She & her team served us politely & efficiently even though we were the last customers to leave the restaurant.

I'm so glad that I chosen this branch over the others & got this unexpected 1st class service. Do try out this branch if you want to be served like a VIP.
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