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Jones The Grocer (Mandarin Gallery)

Western

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62 votes

68366372

Daily: 09:00 - 23:00

$26 based on 47 reviews
This is the Australian gourmet grocer's second outlet. Unique to this outlet is a 4 metre high temperature controlled glass showcase for the cheese, deli and charcuterie items. There is also a cafe where one can have a quick bite. See what foodies like this place for
Gabriel Boniface • 16 Aug 20146 reviews 0 followers

Ordered a tempura barramundi. Had to force myself to stomach the soggy battered flaky fish. The fries were cold and soggy too. The staff in the kitchen all looked like that had a bad day as well. The fish was extremely flaky. Suggesting it must have been frozen for a long time.

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Brunch19 votes
  • Breakfast12 votes
  • Lunch9 votes
  • Dinner8 votes
  • Children/Family5 votes
  • High Tea5 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Chillout4 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering4 votes
  • Quiet4 votes
  • Girls Night Out3 votes
  • People Watching3 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy3 votes

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Gabriel Boniface • 16 Aug 20146 reviews 0 followers

Ordered a tempura barramundi. Had to force myself to stomach the soggy battered flaky fish. The fries were cold and soggy too. The staff in the kitchen all looked like that had a bad day as well. The fish was extremely flaky. Suggesting it must have been frozen for a long time.

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Avi Aswani • 27 Jul 20141 reviews 0 followers

Horrible service. 15 mins waiting for fries only for the waiter to come back and ask which fries we ordered. Probably so that he could process the order which he didn't do before. Eggs benedict was literally a poached egg on 2 slices of bread. No sides or garnishing, not even a small salad portion. Looked like something whipped up at home by an amateur chef. Don't ever come here. And I'm still waiting for my fries while writing thi

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runningman • 20 Jul 2014311 reviews 53 followers

Full Jones The Grocer review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2013/02/jones-grocer.html 
 
 
Jones The Grocer was among the first few cafes in Singapore to popularize the concept of brunch, and it's still going strong today, as evident by the long queues on weekends.
 
Jones The Grocer has the ambience of a gourmet grocery store with a modern and casual cafe. It's really appealing to walk in and immediately be greeted by the sight of fresh produce, cheeses and meats, and...

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