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The Piano Bar


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Address: Level 1, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, 392 Havelock Road, 169663
The Piano Bar is a bar located in Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel on Havelock Road.

Fri, Sat & Eve of PH: 11.00 am - 1.30 am, Sun to Thu: 11.00 am - 12.30 am

+65 62331107
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• 02 Oct 2008 • 219 reviews • 16 followers

Go elsewhere please

A very cold and overpriced 5-star hotel lounge. Was hungry and odered the ham and cheese sandwich, and the staff asked if i wanted white or brown bread. I said brown.

The sandwich came with white bread, toasted. I asked the staff over and asked her again, and she insisted it is brown bread. She even told me "I asked the chef to make brown bread!", so yup. I tried asking a more senior staff, and to my surprise she said its brown bread too. I decided to give up. Toasting white bread doesn't make it brown!!!!!!!!!! (well, it BROWNS the bread..but still....)

Served your regular salted peanuts with drinks, so not impressed. For a less accessible location than most 5-star hotels, they should really buck up. I will be going back to Keyaki.

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