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Switch, the new bilingual music experience from the Timbre Group, will offer daily live performances in English and Mandarin. Residential artists such as Ground Zero and Cheryl & The Switch Gang will be performing versatile tunes from Top 40 hits to old school favourites.

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun

+65 63367739
$38 based on 10 submissions
Live Band (5 votes), After Work (4 votes), Chillout (4 votes)
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Switch - simple but scrumptious

After ordering our Happy Hour drinks here, we started with the food.   The  Crab and Prawn Bisque was served first - crustacean of creme prawn and chunks of crabmeat, with drizzles of Brandy and served with a slice of garlic bread. It was piping hot, thick and totally delicious. The crab bits within the soup were silky smooth, and the prawns were fresh and springy in texture. Every sip was a treat.   Our Roasted Duck Pizza came next  - thin crusts with roasted duck breast, sauteed shitake mushroom with hoisin sauce, topped with crispy popiah skin and mozarella cheese. The overall taste was a savoury blanket of scrumtiousness, made more so by the crispy crust, however the duck meat was hardly detectable. The spread of sauce made the pizza a tad too sweet after a while, so it is advisable to finish it ASAP upon being served.   Finally, the Seafood Risotto - arborio rice cooked with prawns, scallops and crabmeat and its a very flavorful seafood broth. The scallops and prawns were both fresh, bouncy in texture and tasty. The rice, infused with the richness of seafood gravy, was, needless to say, spoonfuls of heaven.    For more detailed information and photos, please visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/02/tonights-dinner-destination-was-held-at.html

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• 01 Mar 2014 • 448 reviews • 7 followers

Switch - simple but scrumptious

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After ordering our Happy Hour drinks here, we started with the food.   The  Crab and Prawn Bisque was served first - crustacean of creme prawn and chunks of crabmeat, with drizzles of Brandy and served with a slice of garlic bread. It was piping hot, thick and totally delicious. The crab bits within the soup were silky smooth, and the prawns were fresh and springy in texture. Every sip was a treat.   Our Roasted Duck Pizza came next  - thin crusts with roasted duck breast, sauteed shitake mushroom with hoisin sauce, topped with crispy popiah skin and mozarella cheese. The overall taste was a savoury blanket of scrumtiousness, made more so by the crispy crust, however the duck meat was hardly detectable. The spread of sauce made the pizza a tad too sweet after a while, so it is advisable to finish it ASAP upon being served.   Finally, the Seafood Risotto - arborio rice cooked with prawns, scallops and crabmeat and its a very flavorful seafood broth. The scallops and prawns were both fresh, bouncy in texture and tasty. The rice, infused with the richness of seafood gravy, was, needless to say, spoonfuls of heaven.    For more detailed information and photos, please visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/02/tonights-dinner-destination-was-held-at.html
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• 12 Feb 2014 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Chillout with the live band

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The place was packed when we arrived, but we managed to get a seat pretty quicky (5mins wait by the bar); we were seated right infront of the stage which had the music a little too loud. Seats were high stools and a little uncomfortable.
The ordering system is cool. Every table is equipped with an ipad on which orders are made. System is neat and uncluttered.

Half & Half Pizza (Meats Lovers + Smoked Duck) ($21)
Both were delicious. Crust was perfectly thin and chewy. Sauces and cheeses were flavorful. Sliced into little rectangles for your convenience. The downside is the stingy amount of meat given on both pizzas.

Groundzero was playing. Great band and impressive vocals. Good at entertaining and stirring up the crowd creating afriendly atmosphere.
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• 31 Aug 2013 • 14 reviews • 13 followers

Nice Place to Chill!

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Nice Ambience with Good Food, we order pizza, top shell, buffalo wings and fries together with some drinks.
I love their snowball, very delicious. There is live band that sing chinese and english songs. They allow customer to dedicate song too.
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