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Backstage Cafe

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Address: #01-06, 158 Kallang Way, 349245
Backstage Cafe gets you a quick getaway from the bustling industrial surroundings and lets you experienced perhaps a good time for a cup of coffee paired with great selection of foods atop here in a high ceiling airy loft-like vibe cafe along Kallang Way.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

+65 67436893
$18 based on 15 submissions
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oasis in an industrial place

A large chillout cafe, out of the way inan industrial area but probably appreciated by those working nearby. food quality v good. on yhe costly side. Not a everyday hangout place..but great for occasional treat.

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• 29 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible Burgers...etc

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I trusted lady iron chef on this one. best ramli burgers in town. I kid. The burger patties had the delicateness of plywood. The "chicken" fillets on the salad would put McD's to shame. They came from an unknown part of the chicken's anatomy. Ketchup and chilli served in packets rightly demonstrated their fast food skills.
 
 Will not go back, will not trust lady iron chef agai
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• 04 Jan 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

oasis in an industrial place

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A large chillout cafe, out of the way inan industrial area but probably appreciated by those working nearby. food quality v good. on yhe costly side. Not a everyday hangout place..but great for occasional treat.
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• 15 Sep 2014 • 131 reviews • 0 follower

Backstage Café @ Kallang – away from the crowd!

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Backstage café is located in the industrial area away from crowded teen hangouts.There is just something so mysteriously attractive about dining in areas away from the hustle and bustle of rushing crowds. (That, coupled with the fact that it was just a couple of bus stops away from the Aljunied train station, made it a lot more enticing!)   There were plenty of seats and the seating arrangement was very spacious. Another huge plus point! Since it was a weekday, their weekday 3 course lunch which consists of a soup, a main that you pick from 8 choices, and dessert.   On the whole, the food was really average, but the ambience and the friendly staff made up for it. It might have been because the lunch options were rather limited; we couldn’t try the other options on the menu which were only available after 2pm on weekdays.    Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review.
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