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Blu Jaz Cafe

3.2

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36 reviews

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Address: 11 Bali Lane

Come for the jazz, stay for the grub and company. Whether it's the cafe downstairs or the lounge upstairs, this chill-out spot has comfortable seating you can sink into. There's live music three times a week.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 01:00

Fri: 12:00 - 02:00

Sat: 16:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun & PH

+65 62923800
$25 based on 52 submissions
Dinner (20 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (18 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (16 votes)
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Eat, drink blow your ear drums at one location !

That's Blu Jazz.  Haven't been there in some time and joined friends to celebrate a birthday.

Food drink:  Ordered the beef kebab,  two large skewers of tender beef on a bed of fries and veg.  Good value at about $14.  Drinks were well chilled and reasonably riced ; Beer,  Erdinger,  Margarita.

Value:  Overall a reasonably priced meal, drinks and great entertainment.

Service:  Prompt Filipina served us well.

Ambience:  We sat in the middle of the entertinment hall and boy,  the music was loud,  especially when Sivachoy was playing with his team from Perth !  Rock n Roll,  Blues  blended together with their balding heads and bellies to give us great music !

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• 18 Jul 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not fantastic

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Service is bad. Waitress not attentive at all especially that's a lady who show attitude to us. Paid $48 for 4 cups of juice, 2 main course and 1 dessert.
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• 12 Aug 2013 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

Eat, drink blow your ear drums at one location !

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That's Blu Jazz.  Haven't been there in some time and joined friends to celebrate a birthday.

Food drink:  Ordered the beef kebab,  two large skewers of tender beef on a bed of fries and veg.  Good value at about $14.  Drinks were well chilled and reasonably riced ; Beer,  Erdinger,  Margarita.

Value:  Overall a reasonably priced meal, drinks and great entertainment.

Service:  Prompt Filipina served us well.

Ambience:  We sat in the middle of the entertinment hall and boy,  the music was loud,  especially when Sivachoy was playing with his team from Perth !  Rock n Roll,  Blues  blended together with their balding heads and bellies to give us great music !
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• 10 Apr 2013 • 191 reviews • 4 followers

cosy and relaxing hangout

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really lovely place in arab street area to hang out with friends. on some days they have live music. i had a satisfying portion of fish and chips topped with a glass of ice cold mango lassi.

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