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Jacob's Cafe

Western

74%100%

38 votes

65427500

Closed on Sun and PH, Mon to Sat: 09.00am - 11.30pm

$22 based on 20 reviews
Determined to recapture the flavours and feel of Changi Village in the 1950s and 1960s, this quaint neighbourhood cafe has a menu of local and Western favourites.
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Craig Wylie • 11 Nov 20143 reviews 0 followers

Stopped by as close to the park connector and discovered this little treasure in Changi village. They provide great food by keeping it simple and using fresh ingredients, the carbonara is just great and dims other more expensive fair from dedicated Italian locations.
Staff are attentive and courteous so overall a place that I am looking forward to returning to.

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner11 votes
  • Lunch9 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining7 votes
  • Breakfast7 votes
  • Children/Family7 votes
  • Chillout7 votes
  • Quiet5 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Hidden Find4 votes
  • Brunch3 votes

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Craig Wylie • 11 Nov 20143 reviews 0 followers

Stopped by as close to the park connector and discovered this little treasure in Changi village. They provide great food by keeping it simple and using fresh ingredients, the carbonara is just great and dims other more expensive fair from dedicated Italian locations.
Staff are attentive and courteous so overall a place that I am looking forward to returning to.

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ET Lim • 07 Sep 20131 reviews 0 followers

Jacob's cafe/Changi Village is amongst the very few eateries in Singapore I spent with my colleagues and friends. It serves fresh and quality meals at affordable prices with no gst/service charge

We ate Oxtail stew, german pork knuckle, steak & kidney pie with prawns and mango salad. It has good selection of beer.
Definitely, I will return with my family to repeat some of the dishes and other special dishes like hainanese braised pork knuckle, roast chicken stuff with rice and pumpkin soup.
LT


 


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Edi T. • 14 Aug 20121 reviews 0 followers

Chanced upon this cozy little cafe last Sunday. Hubby and I checked the reviews and they seemed to be good so we chose this over the many other eateries offering seafood.
 
Hubby ordered Beef goulash which was great! It's one of the best I've taken in Singapore. Meat is tender and the gravy goes really, really well with rice. Tried it with the warm bread and it tasted nice too.
 
I ordered the small roasted chicken stuffed with...

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