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Symmetry

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This unassuming diner functions as a cafe by day and restaurant by night, serving a menu of French inspired cuisines with an Australian twist. Brunch is available during the weekends.

Tue - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 00:00

Sun: 11:00 - 19:00

+65 62919901
$34 based on 76 submissions
Brunch (36 votes), Chillout (18 votes), After Work (14 votes)
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To die for waffles

Reccomended by colleagues to eat at symmetry. So it was our visit to symmetry. Completely blown away by this humble little restaurant. Greeted by the magnificent red Slayer Machine at the entrance already made me thirsty for coffee. Feel like a restaurant in New York or Melbourne. Great coffee, food and music. Staff showed us the rest of their menus, OMG different menu different days! coming back for dinner for sure.

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• 16 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Very normal food at high prices

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The food was decently good by Singapore's western brunch standards. Service was above average as the servers were prompt and responsive. That's as far as I can see the hype about this place goes.

The let down was the pricing of the dishes. $23 before GST and service charge for simple brunch fare comprising of scrambled eggs, pork and some salad fell terribly short of the "value" factor. This was especially true considering the setting and ambience. It was just your average shop house hipster cafe. Spending $90 for two of us was the price befitting of a rather upmarket establishment. 

One could get much better brunch food at the prices at nicer ambiences. 

"Would you return to Symmetry?" 

Not with such pricing. 

And that was what the gentleman sitting next to our table thought as well. 



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• 06 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

To die for waffles

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Reccomended by colleagues to eat at symmetry. So it was our visit to symmetry. Completely blown away by this humble little restaurant. Greeted by the magnificent red Slayer Machine at the entrance already made me thirsty for coffee. Feel like a restaurant in New York or Melbourne. Great coffee, food and music. Staff showed us the rest of their menus, OMG different menu different days! coming back for dinner for sure.
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• 10 Feb 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Best Truffle Fries

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This is my first time visiting the place and I am pleasantly surprised by the waitress there . the service is good and the food is not bad. Ordered a Truffle Fries and it was the best truffle fries i had so far. Will definitely visit again .
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