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Strategically located at the Lasalle College of Arts, Lowercase serves as a gathering place for the arts community, promoting emerging talents in the kitchen, on the stage and beyond. Lowercase is a melting pot where food, art and community come together.

Mon - Sat: 08:30 - 21:00

Closed: Sun

+65 63375581
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Great place to chill w big groups

Full Review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/04/lowercase-cafe-lasalle-college-of-arts.html

It is situated in the campus of LASALLE College of the Arts, in Bras Basar vicinity. It's the arty fartsy kind of layout, which makes the ambience cosy and laid back to chill. Chanced upon their Facebook page, and saw the revised opening hours is now till 10 pm, last order 930 pm. I like the interior with wooden benches and long tables, great for a big group gathering. The extensive menu is all shown on the chalk board, ranging from all-day brunch items, pasta, pizza to even steak and roast chicken.

Smoked Duck Pizza $20 was one of the item that attracted me when I first saw on the menu. I was curious whether it's as good as the one I had at Timbre. Lowercase's rendition garnish it with spring onions, capsicums and mandarin orange, looks more like a 'Chinese' dish. But nevertheless, the taste is as good as the one at TimbreOne of the item offering in the dinner special menu, Beef Brisket Pasta $18. If you fancy beef and wouldn't mind the strong 'beefy' smell, you will love this. The flavour of the beef brisket is rich and tender in texture as well. Food and pricing were affordable, most of them are less than $20. If you're looking for somewhere to dine in town with big group, you may want to check out Lowercase.

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• 24 Apr 2015 • 87 reviews • 2 followers

Great place to chill w big groups

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Full Review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/04/lowercase-cafe-lasalle-college-of-arts.html

It is situated in the campus of LASALLE College of the Arts, in Bras Basar vicinity. It's the arty fartsy kind of layout, which makes the ambience cosy and laid back to chill. Chanced upon their Facebook page, and saw the revised opening hours is now till 10 pm, last order 930 pm. I like the interior with wooden benches and long tables, great for a big group gathering. The extensive menu is all shown on the chalk board, ranging from all-day brunch items, pasta, pizza to even steak and roast chicken.

Smoked Duck Pizza $20 was one of the item that attracted me when I first saw on the menu. I was curious whether it's as good as the one I had at Timbre. Lowercase's rendition garnish it with spring onions, capsicums and mandarin orange, looks more like a 'Chinese' dish. But nevertheless, the taste is as good as the one at TimbreOne of the item offering in the dinner special menu, Beef Brisket Pasta $18. If you fancy beef and wouldn't mind the strong 'beefy' smell, you will love this. The flavour of the beef brisket is rich and tender in texture as well. Food and pricing were affordable, most of them are less than $20. If you're looking for somewhere to dine in town with big group, you may want to check out Lowercase.
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• 28 May 2014 • 217 reviews • 5 followers

A cafe for gathering, study and work

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Facing land scarcity, land space is definitely a luxury and Lowercase is one of those few cafes that provides such service. This is probably the best venue if you want to get some work done or for a gathering with your friends as it is spacious, fully airconitioned and price is student-friendly (since it is in Lasalle).

For more pics and thoughts: http://lepakwithyaops.com/?p=27
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• 16 Feb 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

great place to chill out with your buddies or a date

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went over to lasalle hoping to check out 15minutes only to find lowercase has taken over. Basically the place sells pasta,pizza,cakes and beverages. a very chill ambience. .. I had the carbonara while my friend had a aglio olio styled garlic prawn.. food tasted decent though not fantastic. . but the plus point was the wallet friendly pricing snd tge nice ambience and setting. would definitely come back with a different set of friends soo
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