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Sunset Grill & Pub

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Located at Singapore Flying Club at Seletar Air Base, you will be able to catch planes take off at a distance. Sunset Grill reminds of the typical Specialist Mess at Army camps with makeshift tables, stone chairs, mosquitoes and rustic settings. It is renowned for its Buffalo Wings.

Daily: 16:00 - 23:00

Closed: Tue

+65 64820244
$28 based on 119 submissions
Dinner (48 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (35 votes), Hidden Find (35 votes)
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Level 3 for Beginner

Tried Level 3 for beginner & I am surprised that I am not defeated! Might come over for higher level next time, The wings has got a rather acquirer taste, I like the spicness but the taste not so, it was a little greasy for me. We also ordered fries which was pretty worthit for $5, can be shared by 4 persons! more visual here http://ravenousmee.blogspot.sg/2014/01/sunset-grill-pub.html 

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• 20 Jun 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Rude staff

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Gf alighted and asked for directions to nearest parking lot. .auntie staff told us we can't park infront and had to go down to nearest public car park... 

She got back on the car and staff Ran to us waving ... so we rolled down the windows...auntie staff kept asking us to go away as we can't park there. We were not intending to park and was actually waiting for a car to drive past...

We obliged and went to another restaurant  

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• 02 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

BAD BAD BAD

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If the term 'Sunset' in Sunset Grill is to be symbolic for the end of a good day then yes their name makes sense. Honestly, the food was way too overpriced for the quality that was served. The Mini chicken burgers barely tasted of anything, Pork chop was too dry, Beef burger was huge but with nothing good to deliver. The deep friend mushrooms cost a whopping $18.50 with only 6 pathethic pieces of mushrooms to boot. & i dont see why the buffalo wings are famous at all except maybe for the fact that they were burning hot & ridiculously overpriced.  Service wasn't all that bad. some of the staff were good, and then there were some who were plain lazy. when we asked for more napkins(because the supply at our table was depleting quick) she just pointed to the measly 2 pieces we had and said "you still got". Not as if we were asking her to carry over something as heavy as dumb bells, clearly F&B isn't an industry you should be in. Overall so disappointed and won't be coming back again. with that amount of money spent I would have probably had a better dinner at Jerry's a few doors dow
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• 27 Apr 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

very stuck up owner.

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No words to describe this lady. Very arrogant and thinks this place is a palace. No outside food. No smoking no stroller. U mean if their order is taking so long and my kid is hungry I can't feed him the food I brought???!!! They have a freaking penalty fee of $20 for eating outside food. I am very angry by this piece of s*** behavior. Customer service suckssss. Whatever. Ur food might be popular but if the place is not welcoming then get lost.
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  • So call level 3 buffalo wings

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