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Pollen

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Located in the Flower Dome of Gardens By The Bay, Pollen offers modern European cuisine with a touch of Mediterranean influences. With Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton as its chef director, this 2 storey restaurant with a sitting capacity of 120 is a must go for any food enthusiast.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 06:00 - 22:00

+65 66049988
$119 based on 64 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Lunch (9 votes), Romance/First Dates (9 votes)
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I had a great experience! Although I did read about some bad reviews with regards to getting to the location, the receptionist managed to arrange for the buggy to pick us up at the MBS taxi stand instead.
 
 There was no hassle in getting there and we were greeted warmly. As I have requested for a cake to surprise my husband, they remembered and arranged everything nicely as planned.
 
 The food is not over the moon but it was delectable none the less. What's more we could take a stroll after our dinner around the dome.

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• 22 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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I had a great experience! Although I did read about some bad reviews with regards to getting to the location, the receptionist managed to arrange for the buggy to pick us up at the MBS taxi stand instead.
 
 There was no hassle in getting there and we were greeted warmly. As I have requested for a cake to surprise my husband, they remembered and arranged everything nicely as planned.
 
 The food is not over the moon but it was delectable none the less. What's more we could take a stroll after our dinner around the dome.
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• 13 Apr 2015 • 31 reviews • 1 follower

Delicious and reasonably priced set lunch

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http://lynnechua.blogspot.com/2015/04/boyfriends-birthday-pollen-tulipmania.html
 
 Second time at Pollen, the food was good as usual, coupled with courteous service (not sure why there were many complaints by others, we might be lucky for 2 times). Truly love their beef and desserts. You may read my blog post for pictures and more detail. Moreover, you get to enter the Flower Dome @ Gardens by the Bay for free! :)
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• 23 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

beautiful spot, shocking service

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I've been waiting to visit Pollen for some time and had recommendations from friends who sold me on the ambiance, cocktail menue and food.  Sadly, the service was so rude I almost thought they were joking around.  I'm from New Jersey where service people can be impatient, abrupt and direct but this took the cake. 
"Hi can I have a menu?" -- "over there lah"
I read the menu and ask "I'd like to order" -- "you go over there" pointing to the end of the counter.  I walk to the end of the counter where the same guy comes over and then tells me to stand somewhere else about 2 feet to my right.  I look around like there must be a hidden camera for the prank.
Place the order and ask if we can also have water. "Still or sparkling?" I say tap water will be fine. "Still or sparkling" I say just still tap water will be fine.  "Nine dolla."  
 1 cocktail, an appetizer, 2 glasses of still tap water served in a bottle, and $59 later I apologize to my guest for dissapoinment and we head to a hawker center for some TLC.  Thanks Pollen!
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