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Coleman's Cafe

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Located in Peninsula Excelsior Hotel on Coleman Street, Coleman's Cafe serves fusion food.

Daily: 06:00 - 23:00

+65 64161132
$27 based on 7 submissions
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Went there last Friday with my boyfriend.  Was rather indecisive after reading so many bad reviews.  But surprisingly, everything turned up very well.  There were enough varieties of foods for our liking, and we love the hot waffle. Service was good, responded to our request immediately. If they were bad, indeed great effort is made. GOOD JOB!

Only the price is rather steep if not for the 1 + 1.  
But, YES we will come back.  You have the food we like.  Thank You.

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• 03 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Went there last Friday with my boyfriend.  Was rather indecisive after reading so many bad reviews.  But surprisingly, everything turned up very well.  There were enough varieties of foods for our liking, and we love the hot waffle. Service was good, responded to our request immediately. If they were bad, indeed great effort is made. GOOD JOB!

Only the price is rather steep if not for the 1 + 1.  
But, YES we will come back.  You have the food we like.  Thank You.
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• 27 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Do not waste your time & money.Mixed economy rice food quality, sub par selection, slow service

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Brought my family of 3 there tonite to give it a try. The bad omen starts once we reached the carpark. Its run down, dirty,old and there is no system to monitor the carpark's capacity. The single story carpark is already full with cars yet the system still allows cars to keep on entering causing a jam. After getting stuck in the basement for 15mins, i parked at Funan the IT Mall.
Upon reaching the cafe and saw the selection on offer, my heart sank. This is no international dining buffet!! More like Select Catering buffer for your baby shower. Salmon sashimi & scallops were not very fresh. And once finished, the ice platter was left empty for quite some time. The satay and BBQ section is outdoors and the trays are empty the full 60mins we were there. Desserts tastes more like leftovers from the cake shop. Roast beef is hard and the sauce is bland. They advertised lobster bisque soup but while i was there only have the chicken rice type of old gourd soup. Overall, very dissappointed. Paid $34/pax with voucher but the selection is not even worth $15/pax. Left within 45mins with a half empty tummy. WORST Hotel buffet in Singapore.
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• 31 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Scammed, never go again.

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Bought discount vouchers from online.

1. Claims to be International Buffet but food variety is very little.
2. Serve dishes like plain stir-fried carrots with carrots.
3. Dim sum taste worse than those sold in hawker centre.
4. Seafood are not fresh at all!
5. Only has one dessert - Barley water!
6. Takes a long time to replenish food!

Overall, not value for money and feel cheated. Please do not waste your money to go there. Hope the management do something about it.
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