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Uno Beef House (Toa Payoh)

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Located at Lorong 5 Toa Payoh, Uno Beef House specialises in western food.

Tue - Sun: 11:30 - 22:30

Last orders 21:45

Closed: Mon

+65 90033832
$9 based on 32 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Children/Family (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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Good Western Food in Toa Payoh!

Located at a coffeshop in Toa Payoh, Uno serves good Western food at a reasonable price.

I like their fried rice with chicken chop which is topped with an egg done sunny side up.

Another favorite of mine is the beef stew which comes with plain rice. This is in limited portions daily and do go early to avoid disappointment. 

The fried potato balls are also recommended. These are mash potato rolled into a ball and deep fried. They are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. You must order 2 for ala carte orders.

Recommended!

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• 18 Sep 2014 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Good Western Food in Toa Payoh!

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Located at a coffeshop in Toa Payoh, Uno serves good Western food at a reasonable price.

I like their fried rice with chicken chop which is topped with an egg done sunny side up.

Another favorite of mine is the beef stew which comes with plain rice. This is in limited portions daily and do go early to avoid disappointment. 

The fried potato balls are also recommended. These are mash potato rolled into a ball and deep fried. They are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. You must order 2 for ala carte orders.

Recommended!
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• 03 Apr 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Yes, it is very cheap... that's all.

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It's only very affordable, nothing nice about the food. The steak was tough as rubber and way overcooked. But if one is more price conscious and doesn't care much about the quality of the food, then go ahead and eat there.
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• 02 Mar 2014 • 389 reviews • 13 followers

Cut above other Coffeeshops

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My 2nd time here and my daughter and I had: 1) Mushroom Soup - only ok... Can definitely skip this the next time 2) Garlic Bread - lightly seasoned but surprisingly nice 3) Coleslaw - very nice with raw onion slices for that extra zing! 4) Chicken Cutlet - the batter is nicely seasoned and light. Can taste the chicken inside. Serving size is decent too 5) Black Pepper Sirloin - the slice is decent size and beautifully seasoned. It's served with their house special - potato ball. It's a deep-fried mash potato if you would have it. Nice side! Will return... :)
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