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It's All About Taste

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It's All About Taste is a local restaurant located at Ibis Hotel on Bencoolen Street.
Buffet is available for breakfast only

Daily: 4.00 am - 10.30 pm

+65 65932886
$15 based on 21 submissions
Dinner (14 votes), Lunch (12 votes), Quiet (11 votes)
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Good food in a comfortable place

I've stopped over here for drinks and meetings with clients many times but seldom for a meal.

Food is great too $17 for a choice of 3 local dishes.  Fried rice,  Pan fried cod,  fish and chips between 10 and 15 per plate.

Dishes were well plated, tasty and reasonable in price.

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• 13 Jun 2014 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

Good food in a comfortable place

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I've stopped over here for drinks and meetings with clients many times but seldom for a meal.

Food is great too $17 for a choice of 3 local dishes.  Fried rice,  Pan fried cod,  fish and chips between 10 and 15 per plate.

Dishes were well plated, tasty and reasonable in price.

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• 05 May 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great place

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Great place to host foreign visitor. Most Singapore food are there and taste good. Joey is a great service provider. We enjoy her service and had a great fun with her.
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• 31 Oct 2011 • 130 reviews • 8 followers

Some Rough edges with Service but Food was Decent

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I always thought hawker food in hotels are a rip off and thus I have low expectations for the food especially when there was some hiccups before we finally get to start our meal.

I had a Chicken Rice which was delicious, the portions may meagre but the chicken was tender and the rice was just right. The dark sauce was very sweet though.

The Roast Duck with Plum Sauce is decent too, the sauce was fruity sweet and complements the tender slices of roast duck.

The star of the meal is the Black Pepper Crab with its addictive black pepper sauce.

http://the4moose.blogspot.com/2011/10/its-all-about-taste-at-ibis-bencoolen.html

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