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Tao's Restaurant (陶)

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113 reviews

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Tao's Restaurant is located at The Central and serves creative modern European and oriental cuisines, all presented with a touch of Zen in “Tao-Ci” pottery plates.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 63398858
$29 based on 148 submissions
Dinner (54 votes), Lunch (51 votes), Children/Family (35 votes)
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worth to try again.

Wondering why the old branch at selegie closed and shifted to the central where the traffic here is desolate, had a 7 course set meal with my girlfriend which was just nice filling, i was thinking that why the food is roughly same we had long ago at old branch, but the feeling is totally different, the service is still considered good as the  staff are very attentive to your need. The most adding value was the night river view over here is very nice,we had a great dinner at this place and would come back for other item at another time

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• 10 Jan 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

worth to try again.

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Wondering why the old branch at selegie closed and shifted to the central where the traffic here is desolate, had a 7 course set meal with my girlfriend which was just nice filling, i was thinking that why the food is roughly same we had long ago at old branch, but the feeling is totally different, the service is still considered good as the  staff are very attentive to your need. The most adding value was the night river view over here is very nice,we had a great dinner at this place and would come back for other item at another time
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• 14 Dec 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

This place sucks big time!!!!!

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I went with my friend to The Central outlet yesterday evening and we took advantage of the 1-for-1 promotion for main course. I ordered the Kurobuta Pork Belly while she ordered the Wasabi Bluefin tuna. 
 
 The Kurobuta pork belly was soooo tough that I couldn't even cut it apart with my knife! After eating the meat, I nearly got indigestion. And for my friend's, there wasn't even any wasabi flavour. In fact, it was dried and tough (for tuna if the restaurant can even make it tough I really need to take my hats off the chef) and absolutely flavourless. 
 
 All the food portions are small for the price. I am glad that I used the promotion. Otherwise, I will be even more hopping mad. 
 
 This is my last visit and I would also strongly discourage anyone from visiting this restaurant.
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• 14 Dec 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

This place sucks big time!!!!

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I went with my friend to The Central outlet yesterday evening and we took advantage of the 1-for-1 promotion for main course. I ordered the Kurobuta Pork Belly while she ordered the Wasabi Bluefin tuna. 

The Kurobuta pork belly was soooo tough that I couldn't even cut it apart with my knife! After eating the meat, I nearly got indigestion. And for my friend's, there wasn't even any wasabi flavour. In fact, it was dried and tough (for tuna if the restaurant can even make it tough I really need to take my hats off the chef) and absolutely flavourless.

All the food portions are small for the price. I am glad that I used the promotion. Otherwise, I will be even more hopping mad. 

This is my last visit and I would also strongly discourage anyone from visiting this restaurant. 
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