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Crossings Cafe

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Crossings Café is a social enterprise serving delicious comfort food at affordable prices. It includes the delicious Singaporean favourites both traditional and modern tastes prepared from special recipes.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63382669
+65 63366203
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Good value and ambience for family

Relatively small restaurant. Modern deco, well lit and casual setting.
Waiter service is good. Felt like a family restaurant.
Most dishes in menu are priced $10-20.
Ordered the Pork pie, Fish and chips, Chilli crab fettuccine. Like the food.
When paying my bill, waiter was kind to inform on DBS/POSB CC 10% discount....sweet.
Will return.

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• 13 May 2014 • 14 reviews • 3 followers

Good value and ambience for family

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Relatively small restaurant. Modern deco, well lit and casual setting.
Waiter service is good. Felt like a family restaurant.
Most dishes in menu are priced $10-20.
Ordered the Pork pie, Fish and chips, Chilli crab fettuccine. Like the food.
When paying my bill, waiter was kind to inform on DBS/POSB CC 10% discount....sweet.
Will return.

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• 29 Mar 2014 • 23 reviews • 14 followers

Trappist beer and good food, good cheer

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Three former students took me out to eat - thanks fellas! - and they suggested this restaurant. There's a retired Belgian Catholic Priest there (though he said he only works once a week) – all the profits go to charity – and he offered the most AMAZING rice pudding if we ordered amazing Trappist Beers. No need to twist my arm. AMAZING!! The rest of the service also seemed good, and the soup I had wasn't bad at all – New England Clam Chowder, maybe my first in Singapore. Fun, good food, simple surroundings. All for a good cause.
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• 28 Feb 2014 • 45 reviews • 0 follower

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Crossings Cafe is a recently set-up cafe along Waterloo Street (nearest MRT station Bras Basah). It prides itself in being a social enterprise- all proceeds goes towards charities. The cause which this cafe rallies behind is meaningful and with the simple yet comforting decor of the place, for more,I chose to have  the Chicken and Aubergine Parmigiana, but upon realising the big portion and the cutlet being fried, I swop it with my friend for the Baked Black Pepper Chicken Rice.... visit http://herpenandfork.blogspot.sg/2014/02/review-crossings-cafe.html

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