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Platypus Family Kitchen

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Platypus Family Kitchen serves family fare and down to earth comfort foods that each member of the family will surely love.

Tue - Sun: 10:30 - 20:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64631715
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can try but please be patient

It really didn't look impressive when I 1st came and the service from the waiter was less than welcoming. However, since I'm not here for fine dining and wasn't expecting much. I was surprise that the food is good. Love the brsuchetta, hotdog and gravy fries. Last comment on service. I went to the counter wanting to order another hotdog. I stood there waiting and the waiter didn't speak to me and gave me the bill. I looked at him and said. I wanted to order more And you should have ask.

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It really didn't look impressive when I 1st came and the service from the waiter was less than welcoming. However, since I'm not here for fine dining and wasn't expecting much. I was surprise that the food is good. Love the brsuchetta, hotdog and gravy fries. Last comment on service. I went to the counter wanting to order another hotdog. I stood there waiting and the waiter didn't speak to me and gave me the bill. I looked at him and said. I wanted to order more And you should have ask.
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