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(Closed) The Lobby Lounge @ The Legends Fort Canning

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[Closed] The Lobby Lounge @ The Legends Fort Canning is located at Fort Canning Park and serves American Food.

Daily: 11am - 11pm

+65 63386127
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I was there with a friend for hi tea on a saturday afternoon. Food ranged from salmon sandwhich, springrolls, buns, donuts, fruit tarts, chocolate fondue, etc. There was a pianist performing on the day but i think he'll only be there on weekends at a certain time. Sofa seats were comfy and ambience was not bad as well. Great place to catch up over some light snacks and tea. Money spent was well worth!

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I was there with a friend for hi tea on a saturday afternoon. Food ranged from salmon sandwhich, springrolls, buns, donuts, fruit tarts, chocolate fondue, etc. There was a pianist performing on the day but i think he'll only be there on weekends at a certain time. Sofa seats were comfy and ambience was not bad as well. Great place to catch up over some light snacks and tea. Money spent was well worth!
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