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Raffles Courtyard

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Raffles Courtyard located at Raffles Hotel offers a cocktail bar, traditional alfresco kitchen alongside lively music making the courtyard a pleasant hangout spot for patrons to watch and enjoy the passing parade of visitors.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 64121816
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Food is better than the drink

Celebrated my birthday there last Sunday night. The place is quite cozy, no live performance though.
I think exept our table, most people go there for drinks, which I tried three (Singapore Sling, beach road and tropical paradise). They are as normal as any other places...
As for the food, we ordered some salad, bread, pizzas, pastas, and I LOVE them. The salad is very fresh, though a bit salty. The pasta and pizza are very delicious.
The service is so so, but there is one Indian guy who is very humorous
Also ordered cake from them, which was claimed to be "the best cake ever" by my friends. It is very good

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  • Pasta1 vote
  • barbecue selections1 vote
  • caviar1 vote
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• 13 Mar 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Food is better than the drink

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Celebrated my birthday there last Sunday night. The place is quite cozy, no live performance though.
I think exept our table, most people go there for drinks, which I tried three (Singapore Sling, beach road and tropical paradise). They are as normal as any other places...
As for the food, we ordered some salad, bread, pizzas, pastas, and I LOVE them. The salad is very fresh, though a bit salty. The pasta and pizza are very delicious.
The service is so so, but there is one Indian guy who is very humorous
Also ordered cake from them, which was claimed to be "the best cake ever" by my friends. It is very good

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• 19 Aug 2007 • 239 reviews • 97 followers

If you love good barbecue food in an open air with live performance...check this out !

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I always vsit this place for a reason....the food...ambience ( open air )...and the caviar !

This is a place that always have a new set of interesting food selection....but all time favourites like barbecue selections are always there to stay due to their freshness and great taste.

The service is excellent...just like having not just a butler...but several butlers attending to you without u even realizing it !

And if you love caviar.....try their Raffles in-house caviar...oh man....it's heavenly !!! They are nicely served in Raffles silverware.... the cost is S$600 for the silverware... I was told by a captain working there !.... I always ask whether I get to keep the silverware with each order...hee hee....oh yes...you get egg yoke...egg white....chopped onions....and sour cream to go along with either blinis or crackers...wah I tell u...simply super sedap : )

So if u plan to have a romantic evening with that special someone...do consider this place....the food is good...the ambience is great ( in the evening of coz )....and the service...simply impeccable.
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