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Collin's Grille.Bento (Woodland)

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Collin's Grille.Bento is a Japanese - Western cuisine that is widely growing here n Singapore. Try and experienced Aglio Olio, New Zealand Steak and much more.

Daily: 09:00 - 21:00

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Great western fare at decent prices!

Fantastic western meals at coffee shop pricing! What else is there to say! If you are thinking of trying this out, don't miss the super soft and finger smacking ribs and baked chicken combo! Good enough for 4!

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• 19 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Second time eating here. Decided to order a pasta and a steak. They prepared the steak and left it on the table till it turned cold, because the counter staff is too busy attending female customers. The steak is too burned on the outside while the inside is too bloody. The pasta tasted of bad leftover cream sauce. Food is horrible! What is worse... counter staff is behaving like an ah beng... Good the first time, bad on the second return.
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• 13 Jul 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Great western fare at decent prices!

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Fantastic western meals at coffee shop pricing! What else is there to say! If you are thinking of trying this out, don't miss the super soft and finger smacking ribs and baked chicken combo! Good enough for 4!
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  • Super soft and yummy-licious ribs & chicken combo!

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