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Fix Cafe

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Fix Cafe is a newest poolside cafe. Using quality ingredients to produce original handmade goods, this new cafe will serve a range of delicious cakes, grilled sandwhiches and artisan coffee.

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Poh Leong • 6 hours ago1 reviews 0 followers

the waiting time is ridiculous for a small cafe like fix. despite having more than 8 staff manning a cafe with less than 50 pax, the waiting time from order taking to food serving takes more than 40 mins. no matter how good is the food, with turnaround like this with choice of cafe out there is probably not worth.

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  • Main + Milkshake set, $14 of mushroom & feta naanwich and black sesame with brittle mikshakeMain + Milkshake set, $14 of mushroom & feta naanwich and black sesame with brittle mikshake
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Poh Leong • 6 hours ago1 reviews 0 followers

the waiting time is ridiculous for a small cafe like fix. despite having more than 8 staff manning a cafe with less than 50 pax, the waiting time from order taking to food serving takes more than 40 mins. no matter how good is the food, with turnaround like this with choice of cafe out there is probably not worth.

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Priyankac • 19 Sep 2014215 reviews 3 followers

I think we found our latest chill spot. Fix cafe (inside HomeTeamNS-JOM) is a cafe with a conscience (they employ youth at risk who work as wait staff and bakers). It is a great setting (by the pool) and the food is clever yet fuss-free. Start with a cup of #halal-certified coffee ($4.50 for a latte) and snack on crispy soy-glazed chicken wings ($7). We like the 'naan'wiches', pillowy naans topped with either chicken tikka, achar and a soft-boiled egg...

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thedaintybluebird • 31 Aug 20141 reviews 0 followers

http://thedaintybluebird.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/its-a-choux-in/

For full review, please visit my blog above.

This no-frills cafe, started by the folks behind casual bistro Grub, was the perfect place to have a quiet weekday lunch.

As the previous reviewer pointed out, it's perhaps better to take a cab to the cafe, rather than walk to it from the MRT station.

The stars of the cafe are its desserts, especially its butterscotch arabia choux ($6)

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