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(Closed) Raindrops Cafe (SCAPE)

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Raindrops Cafe offers alfresco dining and exquisite dishes by the former Red Dot Cafe Chef. If it starts pouring at the middle of the meal, a 20 per cent discount will be given. The helpful crew even offers rain shelter service with specially designed umbrellas.

Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 68344977
$22 based on 42 submissions
Dinner (19 votes), Lunch (15 votes), Chillout (12 votes)
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Location is pretty secluded, and will be easily missed.
Food is good. Place is a bit small, so better to make reservations if you have a large group :)

http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2012/11/raindrops-cafe.html

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• 07 May 2013 • 60 reviews • 0 follower

Hidden gem

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Location is pretty secluded, and will be easily missed.
Food is good. Place is a bit small, so better to make reservations if you have a large group :)

http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2012/11/raindrops-cafe.html
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• 23 Feb 2013 • 1 review • 2 followers

Bad Service but nice dessert

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Love the store concept and food. I tried their dessert; brownies and apple pie crumble, are good. Creme brulee, texture is too thick and caramelized sugar is little bit overcooked. I like their tap water, mixed with strawberry pieces. Good ambience. but they have very poor service. Very harsh to customers! Their outdoor table is very dirty and many insects. Worth to try though. 
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• 12 Feb 2013 • 191 reviews • 4 followers

Cute little italian joint in Scape

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Cute place, in the back yard of Scape, the mushroom carbonara is nice, though bit pricey.

Check out my other fav hangouts / cafes in singapore:
http://wanderingbeansprout.blogspot.sg
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