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The Garden Slug

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Located at Bright Centre along Lorong L Telok Kurau, The Garden Slug serves affordable and unpretentious western food. Our neighbours are a handful of pet shops, and a very well-known animal clinic. We offer comfort food like steaks, pastas, salads, sandwiches, soups and such. We also have Southeast Asian iced teas and aromatic coffee to kick off your day or end a quiet evening. 

Our walk-in diners form the core of our business and that's what keeps us busy seven days a week. Apart from that, however, we also cater to parties of all sizes; we're a speed-dating venue, as well as a unique location for exclusive product launches. Our diner can be an exhibition space, and we're good for hen parties, closed-door events. We even hold cooking classes and more! If you're interested in knowing more, feel free to ask us!

Mon - Tue: 18:00 - 22:00

Wed - Fri: 11:00 - 22:00

Sat & Sun - PH: 09:00 - 22:00

+65 86888575
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Dinner (45 votes), Quiet (38 votes), Hidden Find (37 votes)
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A Great Venue for Our Registration of Marriage

We approached The Garden Slug to hold our ROM and from that moment until the end of the event, they were fantastic. They offer to give you the whole venue for the evening (or morning or afternoon), set it up how you wish (up to about 50 ppl is comfortable), put up decorations etc. They have a very clear set of choices to make, offer very reasnably priced and delicious food buffets and their service is brilliant.

If you're after a small (ish) ROM where you get to spend some time with your family and friends in an intimate location, the Garden Slug is a great choice...!

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• 13 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst "dinning" experience in years.

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Tried their food few days ago, I have to say those bad reviews don't come with no reason. The food tastes so bad, We didn't finish the food, and I have to taking mints after the meal to wash away the badly cooked pasta's taste in my mouth, followed by 2 cans of 100plus. This is how bad the food tastes. Really disappointment.
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• 05 May 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Used to be good

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Have patronize this palce 3 times in the past 6 months, experience was always average and above average and thus recently bought a groupon voucher, and went for the 4th time. Not sure what happen but i kind of feel that they treat groupon customers differently so be prepare to be treated like a 3rd class if youre going with a groupon voucher. Ordered a seafood combo platter if i remember correctly and 2 beers, I think they have like a "groupon meal" that i find is quite ridiculous for the price, for a 30 dollar platter, what you get is probably enough to feed a 12 year old. Was still hungry after that, but looking at how they treat groupon voucher customers, i dare not order anymore, so i went to another restaurant to eat.    It is unfortunate that they treated groupon customers differently, because my 4th experience was so bad, i dont think ill come again. 
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The management of The Garden Slug responded to this review:
08 May 2015
Dear Shaysjas

We hope you gave direct feedback to the staff while you were there, as they would've been able to help rectify any miscommunication on-the-spot.

Nevertheless, we're sorry your 4th experience with us was a less than pleasant one. We wish to clarify, though, that we do not have any such thing as a "groupon meal" & we certainly do not treat any one guest differently from the other. It does not benefit us in any way to do so.

The dishes served are the same throughout, regardless of promotion or discount applied. The kitchen & bar staff do not know whether a certain order is discounted or not. Mostly, the cashier will only know at the end of the meal when one asks to pay & presents a voucher. It is not in the staff's nor the management's interest to treat one particular customer differently from the others.

That being said, we take your feedback very seriously; will investigate the incident & staff will be fired if this turns out to be true.
• 26 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

A Great Venue for Our Registration of Marriage

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We approached The Garden Slug to hold our ROM and from that moment until the end of the event, they were fantastic. They offer to give you the whole venue for the evening (or morning or afternoon), set it up how you wish (up to about 50 ppl is comfortable), put up decorations etc. They have a very clear set of choices to make, offer very reasnably priced and delicious food buffets and their service is brilliant.

If you're after a small (ish) ROM where you get to spend some time with your family and friends in an intimate location, the Garden Slug is a great choice...!
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