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Paddington House of Pancakes (City Square Mall)

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Paddington House of Pancakes serves mouth watering pancakes that Singaporean will love located at City Square Mall.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 66129029
$28 based on 24 submissions
Brunch (6 votes), After Work (5 votes), Breakfast (4 votes)
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Loved the pancakes, ambiance could be better

There were so many different pancakes on offer on their lovely menu, it was difficult to choose, but eventually went with a simple pancake with fruits. I loved the butter/chocolate mix they had, the sauce was lovely, and the pancake was done well. The decor is nice, but somehow it felt like only a bit of a step up from a fast food joint, for all its expensive pancakes. Still, I wouldn't mind coming back and trying some other pancake dish.

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• 29 Jun 2015 • 25 reviews • 2 followers

Loved the pancakes, ambiance could be better

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There were so many different pancakes on offer on their lovely menu, it was difficult to choose, but eventually went with a simple pancake with fruits. I loved the butter/chocolate mix they had, the sauce was lovely, and the pancake was done well. The decor is nice, but somehow it felt like only a bit of a step up from a fast food joint, for all its expensive pancakes. Still, I wouldn't mind coming back and trying some other pancake dish.
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• 09 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Wouldn't go back again. Lousiest customer service in Singapore

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Ordered main courses and dessert. Main courses took at least 20 minutes to be served. The worst is dessert was served even before the main courses were served. Requested the dessert to be served later and guess what, they served back the dessert that they have prepared earlier and the dessert (ice cream) was melted !! Told them this was not acceptable but they said I needed to pay for the dessert if I requested them to serve a new one. They claimed it was not their fault cause some people eat dessert before main course.
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• 24 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 2 followers

wouldn't go back again

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Horrible mix of ingredients. made worse with a poor taste of techno music during dinner hours... Don't waste your money here.
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