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Mad Jack (Simpang Bedok)

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Mad Jack is an Australian style cafe serving Western meals and desserts. In addition to dining-in services, the cafe also provides catering and delivery services.

Daily: 11:30 - 23:30

+65 64458168
+65 68468231
$19 based on 25 submissions
Chillout (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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As it near to my work so i am one of the regular customer of this resturant and never disappointed. Staff are helpful and friendly.Sitting are is always neat and clean,Food Always serve hot and fresh.Overall really happy from the services.Keep up your good work guys A+++

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• 26 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Unprofessional supervisor

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Food ok. Beef patty a tad dry. The mushroom soup is the best of all mushroom soups I had.  Price reasonable. Service and ambience was good until Mad Jack himself ( I think the floor supervisor) started scolding the staffs in front  of the customers. Throwing tray and shouting for them. I wanted to tell him that the customers have the right to enjoy their meals in peace, but my dinner partner stopped me. This will be the last of my visit to this place, unless they start respecting customers righ



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• 21 Oct 2013 • 2 reviews • 20 followers

50 cents for water? come on.

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food is extremely average. hawker centre/food court quality with restaurant pricing. save the money and go to Foos house doen the road. Pay less for better food.
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• 25 Mar 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

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As it near to my work so i am one of the regular customer of this resturant and never disappointed. Staff are helpful and friendly.Sitting are is always neat and clean,Food Always serve hot and fresh.Overall really happy from the services.Keep up your good work guys A+++
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