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PS. Cafe Petit

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Diffrentiating itself from the other PS Cafe outlets, this branch in Tiong Bahru fuctions as a take-away booth for freshly made pizzas and wines only. Approach the friendly service staff for recommendations on which wine to pair with the selection of nine pizzas.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:30

+65 92267088
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PS. Café Petit is a new-ish addition to Tiong Bahru, bringing the popular chain’s artisanal pizzas, paninis and gourmet salads to TB estate. The new menu also offers a wide array of cakes, slices and delicious ice cream flavours for a sugary after-dinner treat. PS. Café Petit is smaller than the other PS. locations but still offers takeaway and dine-in service. Their newly designed space features monochrome finishes, dim lighting and a sense of old worldly French ambience. Find out more here on City Nomads.

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• 24 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Service was horrible, extremely rude & insulting.

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Service was horrible & discrimination was clear.    I arrived with a client at 7pm, received our food around 715pm beside a table of 2 Caucasian ladies occupying 4 seats who were there way earlier than us as they had long finised their food.    Both of us were dining & waiting for another client to come.
Eric, the service crew, came by twice & asked what time our third guest is coming before taking a chair away as we were taking two tables with 4 seats-fine by me as we are not using that seat at all. 
Meanwhile he was all smiles to the table beside us. (The 2 caucasian ladies occupying 2 tables.)   I had to call my third guest/client to ask for location as Eric asked if our third guest is turning up twice- (pretty rude). Eric even enquired for the duration of wait.  Our third guest came by at 8pm as he was delayed from a previous meeting & we went to order a quick dessert before deciding on ordering other items. 

Prior to serving us, Eric was chatting very warmly with another Caucasian customer before our turn.  While taking my order- Eric immediately asked if it is my first time here & said that this is a crowded time so he hinted for us to leave (as we had 3 people occupying 2 tables). 

I mentioned that the table beside us were seated longer than us & he said: "You know - that is because they ordered wine & pizza." (referring to the 2 caucasian ladies occupying 2 tables.) 
I guess we don't deserve the two tables even though we had 3 people occupying them as we only had salad, fries, coffee & dessert. 
  I asked him if this is customer service, he replied me insolently:" Don't talk to me about customer service."   Eric made all these derogatory remarks to me at the counter while I had my client beside me watching which adds on to the repulsive experience.    I understand if this is a peak timeslot & customers are waiting for seats however to say that a customer is entitled to dine for a longer duration based on the food ordered & amount spent is ridiculous and offensive. We left the restaurant at shortly after & drove off to another bar instead. Needless to say, the tables beside us are still occupied by the same Two caucasian ladies because clearly in Eric's words: they had wine & pizza. (thus have the right to occupy the tables for a longer duration)

I wrote in to their management & Simon replied with all the fancy words defending their staff & even manipulating his words, not a slight bit apologetic to the service we have experienced. 

Extremely rude & insulting service experience here. 
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• 30 Sep 2014 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

Petit indeed!

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PS. Café Petit is a new-ish addition to Tiong Bahru, bringing the popular chain’s artisanal pizzas, paninis and gourmet salads to TB estate. The new menu also offers a wide array of cakes, slices and delicious ice cream flavours for a sugary after-dinner treat. PS. Café Petit is smaller than the other PS. locations but still offers takeaway and dine-in service. Their newly designed space features monochrome finishes, dim lighting and a sense of old worldly French ambience. Find out more here on City Nomads.
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• 20 Jul 2014 • 389 reviews • 13 followers

Better to dine there...if you can find seats

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We did a drive-by pick up and ordered: Four Cheese Pizza - hubby ordered this and I tried a couple of bites. I'm really not that impressed with pizza taste actually. The pizza come with Chilli Paste, not chili flakes. Interesting... Hubby commented it's actually nicer with the Chilli paste. That's not saying very much for the taste of the pizza. Crust is not bad, pretty thin and crusty.    Spaghetti Bolognese - daughter liked it enough but I tried a mouthful and it was only so-so. Not a dish to go there for.   Chicken Cream Pasta - I actually forgot the actual name on the menu but the taste is unforgettable!! To me, the pizza and spag bolognese are only so-so in truth and this pasta dish with chicken chunks really made the entire trip to hunt down PS. Cafe Petit.   For the records, we are SO not going back any time soon.
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