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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.

Daily: 09:30 - 22:30

+65 62561484
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Cafe at HometeamNS-JOM Clubhouse

The guys from GRUB who have recently taken the HometeamNS-JOM Clubhouse (open to public) in Balestier by storm with the opening of FIX cafe. Built on the premise of “Original Handmade Goods”, this halal inspired cafe has put a fresh spin on traditional naan, sandwiching fresh and tasty fillings within to create a wrap they call “naanwiches”. Be sure to try their Chicken Tikka Naanwich ($11) or Beef & Kimchi Naanwich ($11). Since its opening, FIX has focused on putting an approachable spin on familiar home-style desserts using quality ingredients. My favourite is the refreshing Passionfruit, Mango & Coconut Chiffon Cake ($7). Butterscotch Arabica Choux ($6) is an instant hit among dessert lovers. Coffee-steeped Chantilly cream give this unique dessert a smooth finish, with a surprise treat of sticky vanilla caramel within. Other popular items include a fragrant Strawberry Pistachio Rose Tart ($6) and rich Cacao Barry Chocolate Truffle Cake ($7) Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/20-halal-cafes-in-singapore/

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  • Butterscotch Arabica Choux2 votes
  • Twice-baked Sourcream Cheesecake1 vote
  • churros1 vote
  • salted caramel1 vote
  • spicy chilli fries1 vote
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• 12 Feb 2015 • 176 reviews • 109 followers

Cafe at HometeamNS-JOM Clubhouse

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The guys from GRUB who have recently taken the HometeamNS-JOM Clubhouse (open to public) in Balestier by storm with the opening of FIX cafe. Built on the premise of “Original Handmade Goods”, this halal inspired cafe has put a fresh spin on traditional naan, sandwiching fresh and tasty fillings within to create a wrap they call “naanwiches”. Be sure to try their Chicken Tikka Naanwich ($11) or Beef & Kimchi Naanwich ($11). Since its opening, FIX has focused on putting an approachable spin on familiar home-style desserts using quality ingredients. My favourite is the refreshing Passionfruit, Mango & Coconut Chiffon Cake ($7). Butterscotch Arabica Choux ($6) is an instant hit among dessert lovers. Coffee-steeped Chantilly cream give this unique dessert a smooth finish, with a surprise treat of sticky vanilla caramel within. Other popular items include a fragrant Strawberry Pistachio Rose Tart ($6) and rich Cacao Barry Chocolate Truffle Cake ($7) Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/20-halal-cafes-in-singapore/
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• 16 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Black-faced staff - extremely bad service.

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This is my third time here at this cafe. I had orginally planned to have my drinks and food here every week while waiting for my children to finish their classes. I ordered the chicken pot pie one week ago and the staff did not ask if I wanted a meal to add on a drink for just $2. I ordered the same dish again today and was surprised that the staff asked if I wanted an add-on. I asked the staff if they could make up last week's add-on for they had forgotten about it. The supervisor held a very long, black and unhappy face and said that it was last week's sale and has nothing to do with this week. If this cafe is serious abt doing business and building rapport with customers, they should have obliged to my request, even if they do not, there is no need for the supervisor to show that type of attitude towards me. I would not be so unhappy had she been friendlier and explain the situation to me in a more customer-oriented tone. Nevertheless, this shall be my last visit to this cafe, no point spending $30 - $40 each time I am here and received such screwed-up treatment and attitude.from their staff.
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• 03 Jan 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Get your fix at FIX!

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There is a wide variety of cheap and delicious food at FIX! Their naanwiches are interesting and flavourful. Plus, now they have churros too! A good place to eat, where the desserts are as good as the mains!

To read about my experience at FIX: http://halalcheatdays.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-of-fix-home-team-ns-jom-clubhouse.html?m=0


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