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Tree House Cafe

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Tree House Cafe is a unique place to bond and eat with the entire family.

Mon - Thu: 10:00 - 21:00

Fri: 10:00 - 22:00

Sat: 09:00 - 22:00

Sun: 09:00 - 21:00

+65 64690282
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Celebrated my kids birthday party (7 yrs old and 1 yr old) last October 2014. The food and service were fantabulous! All praises from my family and friends. Special thanks to the Owner, Rhitz and staff. =).

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• 11 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Two thumbs up!

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Celebrated my kids birthday party (7 yrs old and 1 yr old) last October 2014. The food and service were fantabulous! All praises from my family and friends. Special thanks to the Owner, Rhitz and staff. =).
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• 10 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Raw chicken

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What was supposed to be a pleasant family outing became a such a terrible experience. 
I ordered a rosemary chicken and the rest of my family ordered a curry chicken and  pasta. Lo and behold, my chicken was very undercooked. The inside was practically raw! Thank goodness I did not feed my son! For all of you with children, please avoid this place. Salmonella is no joke for a young child. Guess what was the reason? The chef was 3 weeks old. No one tried to offer me a new plate, everyone was lost on how to react. The manager was not around and did not contact me till I asked for him. The boss did not call me till hours later. The whole episode just felt like the establishment did not take food safety seriously and if you want to serve food to children, safety is the the top priority. There is no good explanation for serving raw chicken to anyone. And really no one in the team then offered a new plate of food while I watch my family eat. I guess they expected me to finish the raw chicken?

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  • My chicken was raw on the inside.
• 09 Aug 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

a meal to forget

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Went with family during national day holiday. Club sandwich was unappetizing and the crust was still on the bread. Lamb shank was poorly served with the seasoning all over the plate. The meat was rather blend and dry. Too pricey for mediocre food
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