Daily: 09:00 - 21:00
This cafe has won a loyal following for its excellent coffee and succulent sandwiches. It's particularly crowded on the weekends at brunch.
This place is very popular with the western housewives and their toddlers sI not a cafe for quiet reading.
Coffee and foid are cinsistently good but service is always very slack. It took foever to get their attention to your table. Expect a minimum of 10-20mins of frantic hand waving before they come to you.
food is ok but service is horrible. ordered coffee and juice with breakfast. after long wait food came but no drinks. i followed up several times when i could find various servers and met with shrugs. finally after i had almost finished my meal i went up to the counter where my drinks had been sitting and retrieved them myself. this was just met with a glare and shrug from servers. i understand if servers are busy but an apology and attempt to get the drinks would have been the right response. they have lost my future business due to servers' attitudes
I've been a loyal customer for at least 6 years having breakfast there many Sunday mornings. Service was never great there but I'm not particularly demanding. However, today they hit the bottom with their attitude. I was trying to get a waiter's attention for almost half an hour. My two children (age 2 and 7) were really hungry. I finally managed to get an irritated nod from a waitress but to no avail. During the next 10 min my wife and my older daughter got two more irritated nods from other waitresses. Nothing happened. Finally, to my surprise I saw a freshly arrived couple a table away getting served by the same waitress who gave me the first nod!
When I complained to the waitress she even didn't offer an apology.
We went to Chillies instead and had great service there.
Beviamo cafe lost my entire family as customers. There are better places to have breakfast in Singapore.
Poor, bordering on rude service from staff, esp the Philipinos who show preferential service to Ang Mos. Please consider sending your people for hospitality training, or just replace them - they are a joke. I'd rather go to Brunetti