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Prive Cafe

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Serving Western dishes, Prive is located along Keppel Bay Vista. Please note that they serve pancakes daily from 09:30 to 17:00.

Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 00:00

Sat, Sun & PH: 08:00 - 00:00

Eve of PH: 09:00 - 00:00

+65 67760777
$27 based on 152 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (66 votes), Brunch (58 votes), Waterfront (54 votes)
3.6

Undiscovered New Gem

Prive means "private" in French, and this restaurant is indeed private. The drive along a 2 lane road is impressive with the flowers lining both side of the road leading to the bridge that connects to Keppel Island.

Other than the marina club, nothing is ready yet but its very peaceful and the sea breeze makes this a great place for a lazy breakfast or Sunday lunch.

We went there on a Sunday afternoon, (it was the 4th day of the restaurant opening), the restaurant itself is in an enclosed room (there is no view). Service wise, they still need a bit of time to get up to speed but I think they're doing alright for such a new restaurant.

Their set menu (consists of start, main and desser) is really great value @ $38++ because its a selection of the dishes from the a-la-carte menu. The portion is exactly the same as when you order from the a-la-carte, where the main cost around $30 and above.

Feedback from the group, in general everyone was happy with their starter, main and especially the desserts, which is rare given that there's normally some dishes that doesn't go down well, but its not the case here.

Would definitely go back there again while its still "unknown and uncrowded", because for the quality of the food going at the set price, it calls for many repeated visit before they change the price!

Now if they only offer Alfresco dining, its a pity that we can't enjoy the natural sea breeze.

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• 05 May 2015 • 6 reviews • 1 follower

Nice brunch and desserts

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Located at Keppel Bay, Prive has amazing desserts and brunch items to sample. Their chocolate desserts are amazingly rich and decadent. The view is also relaxing as you get to enjoy the scenery of the bay. The only comment of criticism I have to say is the distance to reach the restaurant so be prepared to walk if you're coming via bus.
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• 21 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overrated

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The waiting staff was not helpful at all. Waited 20 min for our dishes to arrive, which would be fine if not for the fact that the food was cold and undercooked. Highlighted it to the staff who did absolutely nothing about it. Very disappointed with the lack of proactiveness.

Good ambience but overshadowed by the overall terrible experience.

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• 17 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Pancake Special

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After an imitial lack of flexibility as I requested pancakes from the "All Day Breakfast Menu" which actually ends at 6 (but the website pdf is too small to see that) the manager kindly agreed to allow a special order of dinner pancakes for my birthday which falls on Pancake Dat. Thank you....made my day :)
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