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(Closed) LavaRock Grill House

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Western

Located at Hougang Avenue 8, LavaRock Grill House is a hawker stall that resides in Guan Soon Cherng Coffeeshop and offers Western cuisine.

Mon to Sun: 11.00am - 10.00pm

+65 90048442
$11 based on 48 submissions
Cheap Eat/Budget (12 votes), Dinner (12 votes), Lunch (10 votes)
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Better Than Ave Coffeeshop Standard

Was in the area and decided to eat here again... Ordered their: Salmon Spaghetti Set $15.90 with - Side of Creamy Potato - Side of Hot mash potato The salmon was relatively large in size and quite tasty too. The creamy potato was decent too but can give the hot mash a miss. Not the best Coffeeshop western food but decent enough if in the area.

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• 17 Feb 2013 • 389 reviews • 13 followers

Better Than Ave Coffeeshop Standard

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Was in the area and decided to eat here again... Ordered their: Salmon Spaghetti Set $15.90 with - Side of Creamy Potato - Side of Hot mash potato The salmon was relatively large in size and quite tasty too. The creamy potato was decent too but can give the hot mash a miss. Not the best Coffeeshop western food but decent enough if in the area.
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• 20 May 2012 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

hmmm

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guess i should had heeded the must try dishes shown here.

instead i heeded the review below and tried the marble beef n the black angus ribeye with my fiance today.

both were in the premium range and the black angus ribeye was $22.90, the marble beef was $28.90. there were side dishes etc. frankly speaking the ribeye tasted better than the marble beef. the marble beef was rudely disappointing. it was pretty small in service and quite hard. i wanted to order medium well but the server suggested medium as it was on a sizzling plate it will sizzle till it became medium well. but this is too hard and nothing for us to wanna come back to..

for the price we paid n ambience we had at a kopitiam, if u want steak at such prices, astons would be a much better choice.

the mushroom soup was really nice tho. advice is to maybe really just eat what is stated here as the must tries..

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• 08 Jan 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lavarock ROCKS!!!

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Good food.

Good service.

Thumbs Up Diner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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