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Coleman's Cafe

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Address: 5F, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel, 5 Coleman Street, 179805
Located in Peninsula Excelsior Hotel on Coleman Street, Coleman's Cafe serves fusion food.

Daily: 06:00 - 23:00

+65 64161132
$28 based on 8 submissions
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Nice buffet!

Love the DIY ice kacang, rojak, salads and laksa. You can DIY them yourself. The seafood are also fresh and nice. The waffle is super good and is a must-try. Service is good as the waitresses will clear your plates fast. Will come back again for the buffet.

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• 15 Jun 2015 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Nice buffet!

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Love the DIY ice kacang, rojak, salads and laksa. You can DIY them yourself. The seafood are also fresh and nice. The waffle is super good and is a must-try. Service is good as the waitresses will clear your plates fast. Will come back again for the buffet.
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• 15 Jun 2015 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Nice buffet and value for money

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Love the DIY ice-kacang, laksa, salads and rojak. You can DIY them youself. The seafood are fresh and nice too. Hot waffle was super good and it's a must-try. There're a good varieties of food. Good service as the waitresses will clear your plates fast. 
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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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