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Miska Cafe

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Since its creation, Miska has been the herald to a true 'Art of Living' concept. With influences from the Mediterranean, It has become a beacon at One Degree Fifteen for Service and Quality food lovers everywhere.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

Closed: Wed

+65 63390903
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Good food great service

I came here with my date for a dinner. Ordered some good and drinks and they tasted really good.

kudos to the service team doing a great jo

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• 18 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good food great service

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I came here with my date for a dinner. Ordered some good and drinks and they tasted really good.

kudos to the service team doing a great jo
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• 04 Jun 2014 • 138 reviews • 5 followers

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For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/06/miska-cafe.html Miska Cafe is one of the affordable cafe in Quayside Isle, as what I've briefly researched, besides Kith Cafe. In addition, Miska Cafe is set to be the concept of Mediterranean, offering fresh with quality ingredients.   Drink: Strawberry Banana Smoothie ($9.00). Expensive smoothie...   Side: Chicken Wings ($11.00), which is a 6 pieces wing with barbeque sauce one the side. The wings are not bad, pretty crispy and juicy.   Mains: Miska Breakfast ($18.00). Eggs are not perfectly done in terms of presentation, and rest of the food are pretty normal.   Mains: Miska Platter ($18.00). Combo platter served with fried duo eggs (selected scrambled eggs), halloumi cheese, sausage, turkey ham (switched from beef bacon), tomato, baked beans, mini pita and potato.   Had a hard time deciding on the food, because we went on a Monday, and most of their items are not in stock yet! It was quite an terrible experience as crew was not sure of what was not available and other details, thus making some detours to enquire with another.. I can feel the disappointment and irritated mood setting in me …   For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/06/miska-cafe.html
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