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"Overall a recommended experience to try at least once."
reviewed December 20, 2018 by PescadosGrande
Get the MRT to Punggol (NE17) , switch to the LRT east loop and get off at Riviera. A short 5 min walk along a concrete path past the sports ground, police station and across a car-park will get you to the venue. There are also several restaurants in the area.
The venue is open plan with four pools. You...
Punggol Plaza was one of the first to be built commercial shopping mall in Punggol. Located at Block 168, Punggol Field, Singapore 820168.
It has six floors with two basement levels. It may not be a big mall but good enough to cater to the daily needs of residents living there.
The car park is at Basement One.
"Nice Ambience, Grest Seafood and Reasonable Price"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by YitSengC1
Visited the restaurant with friends for dinner. Ordered their signature dishes like Shimmering Sand Crab, Guinness Pork Ribs, Chinese Spinach with 3 types of eggs and Fried Mee Sua. Food was good, generous portion and price was quite reasonable.
The ambience of the restaurant was also very nice, next to cannal but do watch out for mosquitoes and sand flies...
Came on a weekend with 2 other friends. Ordered some coffee and a pot of tea. The Earl Grey was rather mild. The Gula Melaka Latte was delicious! Had some plain waffles with honey. Cafe could get a little bit busier on weekends with young families and kids playing around. Could get a little bit noisy if you are thinking...
My regular Durian supplier. Price is reasonable but quality has been consistently good.Just make sure you whatsapp or check their price and availability beforehand. Walk-in is possible, but be prepare to queue.
They do delivery too.
Chanced upon this great place while at Punggol.
The oysters were plump and springy and we absolutely enjoyed this appetizer with lemon juice and Tabasco on it. The Nanru Pork Belly with a chilled beer was heavenly. The Sambal Squid and Miso butter corns were equally delectable.
Definitely worth a visit if you are a fan of Western-Asian fusion food.