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Jones The Grocer (Dempsey Hill)

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Address: #01-12, 9 Dempsey Road, 247697

The Australian gourmet grocer has set up shop here, with Singapore's largest walk-in temperature-controlled cheese room, as well as an extensive deli and charcuterie, and roasted by Di Lorenzo in Sydney. Pick up something to cook at home, or sit down for a meal and see what the chefs whip up with the day's freshest ingredients.

Daily: 09:00 - 23:00

+65 64761518
$29 based on 131 submissions
Brunch (39 votes), Children/Family (32 votes), Breakfast (30 votes)

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Great service, ok food

View the full menu with prices here: http://chewingyum.com/2015/11/15/jones-the-grocer/

Singapore has no shortage of brunch places these days. Filled with hipsters and overpriced food, these cafes are a dime a dozen. Jones the Grocer tries to outdo the competiion by adding a grocery store too! Now, you can get overpriced groceries at the same time!

But jokes aside, one has to say that overall, the food at Jones the Grocer is pretty decent. But that isn't why I enjoyed my experience there. No, what made this place stand out was the exceptional service! I really can't fault the staff on anything. Attentive, yet discrete. If only their food was better, I'd head down a lot mroe regularly. Still, I always enjoy my time there.

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• 30 Dec 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Haven't been here in a while. Food is a little overpriced. I ordered a Slow Brew Coffee that took a while which I understand but it was served in a mug with lipstick stain! The mushroom omelette is mediocre. Don't think I am going to come back here again.
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• 28 Dec 2015 • 95 reviews • 0 follower

Great service, ok food

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View the full menu with prices here: http://chewingyum.com/2015/11/15/jones-the-grocer/

Singapore has no shortage of brunch places these days. Filled with hipsters and overpriced food, these cafes are a dime a dozen. Jones the Grocer tries to outdo the competiion by adding a grocery store too! Now, you can get overpriced groceries at the same time!

But jokes aside, one has to say that overall, the food at Jones the Grocer is pretty decent. But that isn't why I enjoyed my experience there. No, what made this place stand out was the exceptional service! I really can't fault the staff on anything. Attentive, yet discrete. If only their food was better, I'd head down a lot mroe regularly. Still, I always enjoy my time there.
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• 29 Nov 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Disappointing

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We have not been to jones for sometime and decided to take a late brunch on a Sunday afternoon . Arrived after 3pm and the good thing was there's no lunch crowd and need not wait to be seated. However service staff seemed to be lacking in their usual jovial mood. We could only see an Indian and Caucasian waitress with a smile on their face when attending to the customers whereas all others were sour faced. Food was still decent but the whole experience was let down by the service. no one ensured that we had the right utensils, water did not arrive, extra orders were forgotten and worst, flies were conveniently buzzing around and lounging on tables. What happened to the ambience here??

It's very disappointing as we used to have good experience in jones. Hope they catch this review and better themselves for it used to be a place with good memories.

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