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Ambush (Jurong Point)

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Ambush is a quaint little place that specializes in European cuisine. With commendable service and quality food that is good for value. Ambush serves pasta so truly worth it, be it in terms of the taste, texture or quantity.

Mon - Wed: 11:00 - 21:30

Thu - Sat: 11:00 - 22:00

Sun: 11:00 - 21:30

+65 67959606
$18 based on 29 submissions
Dinner (10 votes), After Work (9 votes), Lunch (9 votes)
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well run Ambush outlet!

A great set lunch place, with excellent selections from $9.90-11.90. Had the Paella seafood.
Ample portions and tasty. They make it with bacon bits and sausage slices with enough
Tangy tomato paste. I really like their paella, craved it since i had it at their Taka outlet.
Was never a fan of paella with chicken.

This is also the place inthe West to get your Paulener Brauhaus beer (bottled) and
German sausages fix while you people watch shoppers passing you away from
the Sg pore heat. Mains like cod, steak etc are reasonably priced.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • sausages4 votes
  • mussels pot3 votes
  • pastas2 votes
  • rosti2 votes
  • Fish Roe1 vote
  • calamaries1 vote
  • coffe latte1 vote
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• 25 Aug 2014 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

well run Ambush outlet!

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A great set lunch place, with excellent selections from $9.90-11.90. Had the Paella seafood.
Ample portions and tasty. They make it with bacon bits and sausage slices with enough
Tangy tomato paste. I really like their paella, craved it since i had it at their Taka outlet.
Was never a fan of paella with chicken.

This is also the place inthe West to get your Paulener Brauhaus beer (bottled) and
German sausages fix while you people watch shoppers passing you away from
the Sg pore heat. Mains like cod, steak etc are reasonably priced.
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• 26 Jun 2014 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

More visits to come

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Good Food that is worth another visit, enjoyed our meal along with the ambience and service. 

For Pictures and sorts - http://shopkeeperjoe.blogspot.sg/2014/06/ambush.html
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• 18 Dec 2013 • 82 reviews • 4 followers

Ambush in a battle

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For full reviews and photo, visit http://www.littletinysun.com
Ambush 
boasts of being a fast casual european dining place and has been around in Singapore for many years. For a weekday set lunch of only $9.90 & above, it is rather affordable in contrast with other more pricey european dining options.


Of course, it really wasn't any European dining. My mother tried to order some pasta that was widely available in Paris, but the waiter said 'we only have spaghetti, linguine and penne'.    Even Pasta Mania has more options than Ambush, so why do they boast of being an European dining center?

I ordered a  Bockwurst with Cranberry Butter Rice and Fries for $9.80 and a Salmon Fillet, Thai Basil Sauce for $11.90.
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  • Salmon Fillet, Thai Basil Sauce. For more details, visit www.littletinysun.com

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