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Hanis (National Library)

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What started out as a simple bakery and confectionery has grown into a full restaurant chain, serving affordable meals in a casual ambience. The extensive menu has many local and Western favourites, with good-value set meals.

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 63330377
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• 17 May 2009 • 26 reviews • 6 followers

Food's okay but oh the horror of finding a seat

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Han's food is value for money.. But at this outlet it's extremely difficult to find a seat- why? Maybe it's because there are students all around taking up tables studying with just a cup of coffee.

I have nothing against hardworking students studying for their exams outdoors (I myself am one too, although I study at home). But I think that during peak hours the management should tell them nicely to leave, to free up space for customers.
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• 15 Apr 2009 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Han's "yammy" cuisine & cakes

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My wife & i often dine at this Cafe. Our favourite dishes is from the local menu which has quite a number of local cook food like "fry sliced fish with young ginger","fry salmon with green/red pepper", "fry beef with young ginger" & the dishes is served with rice. Moreover the cooking is not oily & is delicious. Also you can try the quality pastry or cakes. Pricing is reasonable(no GST & service charge). The place is spacious & comfortable.
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• 10 Aug 2007 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

Go to other Han's

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Was at NLB for a play in May07, met friends for a meal at this cafe but it was an experience not to be repeated.

Reservation: Probably needed as it was crowded that night - but how to do it?

Food / Beverage: We were in a hurry so we ordered the chicken pie and a pasta dish, both turned up cold, beverages were luke warm. In fact the chicken pie had to be returned as it had gone sour. No sausage roll so I did not order this favourite of mine.

Ambience: Sitting inside the cafe was hot (it was aircon), sitting outside was also hot but cooler than inside. Sat outside. Suffered. Go to Han's at Pickering - much better.

Value: Poor because of the food.

Service: Poor - too crowded and there was not system in place - manager - wake up!
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