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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 59 submissions
Brunch (11 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (10 votes), Children/Family (10 votes)
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Nice Get Away Place for Brunch

Looking for a slightly far-flung place for brunch, we decided to check out Cafe Melba, located at the Goodman Park Centre.

Feeling hungry, I decided to go for the Steak and Eggs ($28), a 200 g ribeye which came with eggs done at your choice. I liked that my scrambled eggs were somewhat runny.

Recommended though was their Vongole ($19 for 500g), which had generous amounts of clams lightly sauteed  in white wine sauce in al dente linguine with a good balance of butter and salt.

Enjoyed the rest of my morning with a Hot Chocolate ($7).

Service was quite good, with an efficient and friendly bunch of crew readily to assist when necessary.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Vongole4 votes
  • Crayfish liguini3 votes
  • Pizza3 votes
  • carrot cake3 votes
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29 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Unredeemingly bad

This place has awful service. The staff is generally inattentive and indifferent to calls for assistance by guests. Some of them greeted me with a scowl. The others were too busy catwalking down the aisle than to make eye contact with guests. What a most unhappy dining experience.
steak and eggs
18 Sep 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

Nice Get Away Place for Brunch

Looking for a slightly far-flung place for brunch, we decided to check out Cafe Melba, located at the Goodman Park Centre.

Feeling hungry, I decided to go for the Steak and Eggs ($28), a 200 g ribeye which came with eggs done at your choice. I liked that my scrambled eggs were somewhat runny.

Recommended though was their Vongole ($19 for 500g), which had generous amounts of clams lightly sauteed  in white wine sauce in al dente linguine with a good balance of butter and salt.

Enjoyed the rest of my morning with a Hot Chocolate ($7).

Service was quite good, with an efficient and friendly bunch of crew readily to assist when necessary.

15 Sep 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Great place for dinner to chill relax

My first visit to cafe melba was awesome just that the music aint good. Should have upbeat latest music and to be lil loud to fill up the atmosphere. Dinner was d*** awesome especially lasagne,smoked chicken pizza,salad. Overall 10/10. Staff was great just that need to smile more and be patience with fussy guest (but not me). Ambience,concept very relaxing. Love love love it. Should visit atleast once a month. Didnt catch the dessert as im too fulled. Shall make a comeback.
02 Sep 2014 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Falling returns

I've been to this establishment several times now and have noticed a declining standard in the food served. Portions are getting smaller and prices are still sky high. On a few occasions, the 'dish of the day' was also unavailable. Not recommended. 
10 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

Well hidden in a school of arts

Never try it out, as usual, always pass-by.  Till one day, friends gathering, I went there early to sit down and relax.

A patch of greenery next to it, nice to stare at it through the glass windows while having meal.  Personally I likes all day breakfast with either sunny side or poached egg.  I tends to be irresistable for the watery egg yolk.  

Pizza is the next appealing dish need to order.  Overall, a nice environment to enjoy the natural surrounding us.