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Hard Rock Cafe (HPL House)

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This American chain restaurant needs no introduction. Just look at the jaunty 1961 Cadillac hanging over the main entrance. The restaurant serves hearty American meals and live music in roughly equal proportions.

Tue - Thu: 11:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sun: 11:00 - 03:00

Mon: 11:00 - 03:00

+65 62355232
$34 based on 43 submissions
Dinner (29 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (26 votes), Live Band (25 votes)
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ok not bad but cheaper better

the best thing of this place is it is cross the road from club auora only so all the 555 bros now got kang tao to whack already before going over to happyland.

not bad lah the food but i think some things are too expensive, ask me pay $22 for french fries i can eat 8 large fries at mac already lor. but the beef steak i take my hat off to the chef, it is quite steady and nice, nothing bad to comment that. the seating also abit bad in the rstn, like kway sio all the way, not everybody likes to be so close to strangers when eating.

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• 30 Jan 2015 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

ok not bad but cheaper better

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the best thing of this place is it is cross the road from club auora only so all the 555 bros now got kang tao to whack already before going over to happyland.

not bad lah the food but i think some things are too expensive, ask me pay $22 for french fries i can eat 8 large fries at mac already lor. but the beef steak i take my hat off to the chef, it is quite steady and nice, nothing bad to comment that. the seating also abit bad in the rstn, like kway sio all the way, not everybody likes to be so close to strangers when eating.
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• 06 Oct 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Long waiting time for the food to arrive and crowded

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Waited about 20 mins before the food arrive. The seatings were very close to each other , providing little space for movements and the waitress did not bother to warn guests walking passby despite holding filled jars is taking safety for granted. 
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• 11 Jul 2014 • 401 reviews • 3 followers

Good Set Lunches!

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I came to know recently that Hard Rock Café serves set lunches for weekdays.   I visited them for lunch recently to try their set lunch. They have several choices available and I decided on the BBQ Ribs option. It included Tomato Soup (which was good), BBQ Ribs with Fries and Coleslaw and a soft drink.   Do try out their set lunches. If you want more options, you can always go for their ala carte menu where the traditional favourites, such as their signature burgers and Fajitas beckons.
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