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Moa Tiki New Zealand Bar & Grill

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Address: #01-70/71, Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, 486038

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Located in The Oasis @ Changi City Point, MOA Brewing Co. New Zealand Bar & Grill serves 10 types of award-winning MOA Beers and a selection of fine Wines from Marlborough New Zealand, coupled with scrumptious continental cuisines in a semi-fine atmosphere.

Daily: 11:30 - 00:00

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Good Set Lunch at $16++

I was at Changi City Point for a meeting and went looking for a place for lunch.   They have set lunches available and my colleague and I ordered the $16++ set lunch. The lower priced set lunch is $11++.   It’s a 4 course set lunch, with appetiser, main course, dessert and coffee/ tea.   Here are the items we had: - Garden Salad: Chopped up lettuce with halved tomatoes and half a hard-boiled egg, drizzled with Thousand island dressing. - Mushroom Soup: This is the restaurant’s specialty, and the mushrooms are blended with sweet corn in it. It was a pleasant surprise to find the corn in the soup and I finishes the whole bowl. Its good.   Mains – - Moa Burger: A decent beef patty which is the size of a quarter pounder with sliced tomato, onion, lettuce on a sesame bun. Portion is good. It comes with a serving of fries and salad. I especially love the fries which was crisp on the outside. I finished all the fries on the plate, which I usually don’t. - Sirloin Steak: Nicely grilled and topped with black pepper sauce, which was mildly spicy. This came with a scoop of mashed potato, which is tasty even when eaten on its own. Try it!   Dessert:  A scoop of chocolate ice cream topped with a cheery. Ice cream was creamy and portion is good.   We ended the meal with a coffee and my colleague had a cup of freshly brewed tea.   It was a good value set lunch.   Try it!

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• 20 Jul 2015 • 6 reviews • 4 followers

So so

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4 of us had a business lunch. The food and drinks order were taken together rather than drinks as we sat down and food after we had some time.
 
 My starter came first, everyone elses a couple of minutes later Then my main came. Then everyone elses. The cubed steak was very tasty. The ceasar salad was not tossed and very difficult to eat out of the serving bowl being used as a quirky salad dish (high sides at each end). There was nowhere near enough ceasar dressing, just a quick squirt across so if I hadn't asked for more Caesar then the salad would have been ridiculously dry.
 
 We didn't get a top up of our ice water so had to request that and there was no bread on the table (had to be requested later once I saw other tables got bread) and though two of us were eating fixed price menus, no dessert came (forgotten). It was not a busy restaurant so this shouldn't have happened.
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• 18 May 2015 • 484 reviews • 4 followers

Good Set Lunch at $16++

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I was at Changi City Point for a meeting and went looking for a place for lunch.   They have set lunches available and my colleague and I ordered the $16++ set lunch. The lower priced set lunch is $11++.   It’s a 4 course set lunch, with appetiser, main course, dessert and coffee/ tea.   Here are the items we had: - Garden Salad: Chopped up lettuce with halved tomatoes and half a hard-boiled egg, drizzled with Thousand island dressing. - Mushroom Soup: This is the restaurant’s specialty, and the mushrooms are blended with sweet corn in it. It was a pleasant surprise to find the corn in the soup and I finishes the whole bowl. Its good.   Mains – - Moa Burger: A decent beef patty which is the size of a quarter pounder with sliced tomato, onion, lettuce on a sesame bun. Portion is good. It comes with a serving of fries and salad. I especially love the fries which was crisp on the outside. I finished all the fries on the plate, which I usually don’t. - Sirloin Steak: Nicely grilled and topped with black pepper sauce, which was mildly spicy. This came with a scoop of mashed potato, which is tasty even when eaten on its own. Try it!   Dessert:  A scoop of chocolate ice cream topped with a cheery. Ice cream was creamy and portion is good.   We ended the meal with a coffee and my colleague had a cup of freshly brewed tea.   It was a good value set lunch.   Try it!
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• 06 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

overrated & overpriced

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Only beer is acceptable. Foods are lousy, eg steak is chewy & over cooked. Service is S*****, eg service staff Is rude & served the wrong dish. Dinning area is untidy & is treated like a storeroom.
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  • Dinning area is a storeroom

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