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J's Wok & Grill

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A hidden gem at the heartlands of Bedok that offers a fusion of oriental and western cuisine. The restaurant's 60-seater function room on the second level can be used for parties, karaoke parties, weddings and seminars.

Tue - Thu: 12:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 00:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

+65 63457155
$21 based on 5 submissions
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Forget shopping mall restaurants.

I had my solemnisation and wedding here. They have 2nd storey open for events. The Western food is marvellous. I can say it is slightly higher and better than Swensens. The staff is very friendly (or could it be that they knew we were going to splurge $7k for a day? :P) Airconditioning and washroom is nice too. Lovely cozy ambience for families and dates.  One thing they could improve on is their music.

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• 09 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Fantastic food however poor service staff

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Kudos to the chef.. I feel he did a terrific job on his end..
 
 Restaurant is a lil cramp.. It is probably due to the orientation of the tables.. May improve if they put in a little time and effort.
 
 Cleanliness - Clean
 
 Staff interaction n communication - below average..
 1) Floor staff - lacking in interest to serve and very much interested in whatever they are presently doing at that point of time (twice)
 
 2) Management staff - lacking in courtesy and politeness when being called upon. What makes matters worse is that the issue during that transition was in my humble opinion very minor and could have been resolved if the duty manager was a little more experienced and flexible.. Based on an unbiased judgement, the duty manager is inexperienced. I quickly concluded that I'll just save the trouble to try to convince the manager and make do with the situation..
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• 02 May 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Forget shopping mall restaurants.

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I had my solemnisation and wedding here. They have 2nd storey open for events. The Western food is marvellous. I can say it is slightly higher and better than Swensens. The staff is very friendly (or could it be that they knew we were going to splurge $7k for a day? :P) Airconditioning and washroom is nice too. Lovely cozy ambience for families and dates.  One thing they could improve on is their music.
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• 21 Aug 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

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It's a little gem hidden in Bedok and I was quite surprised that the food was up to par. The presentation is good and so far no complaints.
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