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Han's (Velocity)

3.2

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11 reviews

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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: 07:00 - 00:00

+65 63527478
$12 based on 12 submissions
Children/Family (4 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Try the lunch set.

Ordered grill dory fish set meal at $9.80. A decent meal and the fries was especially good. Fish was slightly overcooked and hard. Filling. Will visit again.

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• 18 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

disappointed

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Dear Hans, if you are planning to soak your fish and chips in salad dressing then please pack it seperately for take away orders. I have been eating at HANS for more than 15yrs in thomson area and ever since HANS decided to be a 24hrs business your food has greatly disappoint me.
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  • And if you're planning to give just 1 teaspoon of cream of tartar, you're better off not giving it.
• 28 Dec 2013 • 21 reviews • 1 follower

Try the lunch set.

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Ordered grill dory fish set meal at $9.80. A decent meal and the fries was especially good. Fish was slightly overcooked and hard. Filling. Will visit again.
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• 18 Feb 2013 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Small place big hearts... It's the service that matters (N they don't charge you for it)

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Had a quick bite at Hans after a lousy dinner somewhere else. Was enticed by the variety of pies, cakes and fried rice.

Totally great. Friendly staff and very accomodating to my minior changes in how to prepare the fried rice. All the staff at the counter were having great smiles while trying to fulfill every order. Tables were generally clean and the staff were quick to clear up the messes of the last visitor which made the place looked neat and tidy. Great service and the best deal was they didn't charge me for it... Dinner at another resturant on level 2 was just the direct opposite...

Food taste above average. Slice of chocolate cake was also good. Coffee too sweet but that's me for forgotten to say less sugar.
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