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Cafe Red Ginger

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Located in IMM on Jurong East Street 21, Cafe Red Ginger serves Malay cuisine.

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 65673077
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Fabulous Food at a cafe in IMM

Nice food , Definitely a regular and will remain as a regular . Not much of a service as its a cafe but food was fantasic , their nasi pattaya is one of the best and more ala carte dishes , new menu just came out and am loving it . Definately busy during the lunch hour , and food might take a while to come but i guarantee that its worth the wait ! Got addicted once i've patronize them .

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• 03 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Please kindly upgrade the service standard

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I can see flies around

Food & service not worth the price. Although told that will be serve, waiters rude. By telling people to seat after order and keep pointing I was really upset yup. Overall I do not think worth trying. (my personal opinion)
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• 06 Nov 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fabulous Food at a cafe in IMM

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Nice food , Definitely a regular and will remain as a regular . Not much of a service as its a cafe but food was fantasic , their nasi pattaya is one of the best and more ala carte dishes , new menu just came out and am loving it . Definately busy during the lunch hour , and food might take a while to come but i guarantee that its worth the wait ! Got addicted once i've patronize them .
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• 31 Oct 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Poor Service by the Malay and Chinese Staff on Sunday Morning (9.35am)

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You want to start your day fresh and beautiful and you go to have your breakfast with a happy mind just to be greeted by staff with poor service and work attitude. That is my experience at Red Ginger on several occassions. I'm a tenant at the building and live in Toh Guan. Hence, this shop seems to be the nearest option when I want Malay food. I've been a regular there for years now, but I'm always greeted by poor service and disdain by this two staff just because I complained about poor service once. They choose to ignore me and serve people behind me not on one but many occassions. The boss is a nice person and so are the many other staff there. I think it's about time the boss fires this two bad apples so that his business is not affected. But insiders there tell me that he is hard press for staff and they continue to work there or maybe no one including me has complained to the boss about their poor work attitude and substandard service to the customer. I have decided I'm not going there anymore to spoil my beautiful sunday mornings but how many such customers and business would the boss have to loose if he continues to keep this people ... only time will tell.
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