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Vineyard @ Hort Park

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Snuggled in the flora and fauna of Hort Park along Alexandra, Vineyard @ Hort Park is the definite chill out spot for quiet and relaxing moments. The restaurant presents an interesting menu by combining the best of contemporary Thai, French and Italian cuisine, coupled with an extensive wine list.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 23:00

Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Fri: 18:00 - 01:00

Sat: 12:00 - 01:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

+65 64797977
$54 based on 52 submissions
Dinner (15 votes), Quiet (11 votes), Hidden Find (10 votes)
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Great Restaurant-we will be back!

We went here bc we purchased the Creative Eateries voucher (you pay $50 and get $100 on food and beverage). It was truly a very good meal and experience. We ordered the tuna as an appetizer, salmon and snapper for main, and the cheese and sorbet for dessert. It was all SO good! Very pleased with the service as well. Knowledgeable and attentive staff. The wine was also super good-house wine. We got the French red and Margaret River red. Both were really nice with our meal, so we even got a third glass to split (of the Margaret River). Great location in terms of scenery and nature. Nice inside atmosphere and outside also looked comfy too. We will definitely be coming back here! (Amex Selects - 50% off food order when 2 mains are purchased).

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• 28 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

less than desirable service

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Great place to spoil your day... serves room temp coffee can't take orders properly can't confirm orders even after saying they will get back to you.. place isn't even that big...
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• 14 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fairly "good" food but sub-standard service

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Only chose to visit this place cos it was featured under the AMEX Creative Eateries with 50% discount for 2 pax ordering 1 main course each.

I hesistated over the use of the word "good" in my subject header... here's why..

Visit was marred from the moment you walk thru the front door.  Waiters would be going about their business without bothering to notice that you had stepped in.  We had to walk around the ba counter to call the waiter before he stepped out to attend to us.  [We were only the 2nd table]

Service was below average, just shy of poor.  Try getting the attention of the staff, either to top up your beverage or to get you another serving of the olive oil-balsamic vinegar for your bread starter... Forget it...you have better chance of catching a cold.

The quality of the food is the only saving grace. When the food finally arrived... the lamb rack and beef tenderloin we ordered was small in portion, but quality of the cuts were good for the price. Meat done to specification. Both melted in the mouth.  Don't be expecting Wooloomoo or Morton's standards though...

Not too sure how many of us bother about the entire service experience and culture in Singapore, but from what I have been familiar with, is the care and respect that any good waiter would do by folding your receipt and placing in neatly together with your credit card upon returning it to you.  This doesn't happen here... the head waiter hands you the receipt with your credit card as if you were at the check-out counter at NTUC.

In summary, Vineyard @ Hort park is worth a try only if you happen to be at Hort park after your walk thru the park connector.  While food is fairly "good"... Seriously, if you had to make your way over to Hort park for no other reason but to try this place out, and there's no AMEX (or any credit card) promotion... Don't bother.  There are better places out there.
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• 09 Jul 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Restaurant-we will be back!

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We went here bc we purchased the Creative Eateries voucher (you pay $50 and get $100 on food and beverage). It was truly a very good meal and experience. We ordered the tuna as an appetizer, salmon and snapper for main, and the cheese and sorbet for dessert. It was all SO good! Very pleased with the service as well. Knowledgeable and attentive staff. The wine was also super good-house wine. We got the French red and Margaret River red. Both were really nice with our meal, so we even got a third glass to split (of the Margaret River). Great location in terms of scenery and nature. Nice inside atmosphere and outside also looked comfy too. We will definitely be coming back here! (Amex Selects - 50% off food order when 2 mains are purchased).
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