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Cafe Melba

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This modern and slick joint at Goodman Arts Centre serves a variety of dishes that center around Italian and Australian cuisine, which includes pizzas, pastas and sandwiches. The cafe expands its menu during the weekend - do check out its brunch selection for free range organic eggs florentine and pancakes.

Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 22:00

Sat - Sun: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 64406068
$36 based on 65 submissions
Children/Family (12 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (11 votes), Brunch (11 votes)
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Best Pizzas ever

This will be a pretty short post as I took just a few food pics. Didn’t plan on blogging about this actually… but.. I think they are worth a note! Thursday night my company (soon to be ex – company) headed to Cafe Melba for our dinner after a visit to old folks home during noon time and a bowling session in the late afternoon. We arrived 15 minutes before 6 and were  greeted by friendly waiters and the boss herself, a pretty Caucasian lady. We sat outside at the alfresco for drinks. They have a nice huge bench for bigger parties and about 12 of us sat nicely around it. The weather was breezy and cloudy. I ordered a strawberry margarita first.

For the rest of the review plus pics, please see http://wendylimwendy.com/2014/12/20/cafe-melba-at-goodman-arts-centre/ - cheers!

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• 05 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good Food - Shocking Service

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The food at Café Melba (brunch) is tasty, a good size and the menu is varied. The venue itself is open and inviting and its great to sit whilst the kids run around on the grass or play on the bouncy castle. The biggest issue is the service. Orders are always noted incorrectly with items missing or in some cases brought out twice. I have waited over an hour for food to be brought to the table and quite often it is cold. Drinks take an age to be brought to the table and the waiters don't seem to have a clue. They walk around aimlessly and never seem to be able to say anything other that, it will be 5 more minutes or sorry, its really busy today. If you can't handle large numbers of people then don't have some many tables ! Its a shame that the service is such a let down otherwise this would be a fantastic place.
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• 07 Apr 2015 • 51 reviews • 16 followers

Best Pizzas ever

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This will be a pretty short post as I took just a few food pics. Didn’t plan on blogging about this actually… but.. I think they are worth a note! Thursday night my company (soon to be ex – company) headed to Cafe Melba for our dinner after a visit to old folks home during noon time and a bowling session in the late afternoon. We arrived 15 minutes before 6 and were  greeted by friendly waiters and the boss herself, a pretty Caucasian lady. We sat outside at the alfresco for drinks. They have a nice huge bench for bigger parties and about 12 of us sat nicely around it. The weather was breezy and cloudy. I ordered a strawberry margarita first.

For the rest of the review plus pics, please see http://wendylimwendy.com/2014/12/20/cafe-melba-at-goodman-arts-centre/ - cheers!
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• 05 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

JUST PLAN LOUSY!

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Had lunch with a bunch of friends at Cafe Melba today. Long queue and loads of screaming kids and their parents. Had the Melba sandwich which consisted of paper thin slices of chicken breast with tomato and avocado in a ciabatta. Bland, tasteless and uninspired. Come on guys, how hard is it to make a chicken sandwich? Definitely the worse sandwich I had in a long time.
 Also tried the Tandoori chicken pizza. Bland and hardly any taste of spices to qualify as "tandoori". My pals had the hamburger which they proclaimed equally bland tasting.
 Service was trying at best... the waiter mixed up our tea orders twice, and when we asked for a hot water refill, the waiter brought back our teapot filled with lukewarm water! How is that even acceptable ...
 What a waste of time and money! Not stepping into this place until something is done or there is change in ownership!
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