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Orgo

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Orgo is a chillout cocktail bar cum restaurant on the roof terrace of The Esplanade. Led by renowned Japanese mixologist, Tomoyuki Kitazoe, Orgo uses only the finest and freshest natural ingredients in its extensive list of original mixology and classic drinks.

Daily: 17:00 - 02:00

+65 63369366
$55 based on 39 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (17 votes), View/Scenery (17 votes), Chillout (16 votes)
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Great hang out with a view.

Ambiance - Awesome. Great view. Relatively quiet. It just rained so the temperature was cool.
View - great.

Service - not as bad as some of the reviews said. They were attentive, friendly and courteous. But could be warmer. It was a busy night.
Drinks - seemed limited. But bartender attempted a request for a brandy cocktail (made from a standard menu).
Dessert - Banana Foster was good.

They should really not have any smoking section. It was annoying when a table near you have smokers

For ambiance and view, we would go back.

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• 07 Dec 2014 • 48 reviews • 0 follower

Great hang out with a view.

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Ambiance - Awesome. Great view. Relatively quiet. It just rained so the temperature was cool.
View - great.

Service - not as bad as some of the reviews said. They were attentive, friendly and courteous. But could be warmer. It was a busy night.
Drinks - seemed limited. But bartender attempted a request for a brandy cocktail (made from a standard menu).
Dessert - Banana Foster was good.

They should really not have any smoking section. It was annoying when a table near you have smokers

For ambiance and view, we would go back.
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• 25 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Horrible service

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I never write reviews but I felt compelled to register and do so since I've never encountered such horrible service in any place, this is the only place that I've seen a manager shout at a customer. Too bad since the food and drinks are great, avoid at all costs until that sh*thead of a manager is still there.
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• 05 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Horrendous experience

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We made a reservation for 17 pax a week in advance and clearly informed the restaurant it was for dinner and drinks. We had to wait an hour for our main courses before someone informing us that all of the main courses we ordered were sold out, and was only offered what was available. It was basically a 'eat this or don't eat at all' situation which was presented to us. Throughout the entire experience, the restaurant manager did not even bother to show his face and we had to get the wait staff to invite him out to give us an explanation. His attitude was appalling and he actually raised his voice at us which was unacceptable.

It was only with much attempt to contact the restaurant owners that we managed to get some resolution out of this. 

Even though the ambience of the restaurant is great with a nice view of the CBD and Marina Bay area, I would not recommend anyone to dine at this restaurant.

The restaurant manager needs to adjust his attitude if he wants his customers back.
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