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Telephone
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Introduction
<br>Serving up Thai-Western food, this cosy cafe allows kids to get creative with art & craft for $5 per hour with free flow art materials. continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon
12:00 - 22:00
Tue
Closed
Wed - Sun
12:00 - 22:00
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/eatplaylovealiwal
Signature Dishes
Basil Chicken
Review (11)
➊  don't u love weekdays lunch now? Top up S$5 for desserts. We chose - staff was kind enough to warn us of the sour mango, if we find that it's not ok, he offered to change it. Thank you for the good service. Mango was indeed sour, the yummy rice compensated for it, so we didn't change☺️You know sometimes we just couldn't resist ordering desserts. ➋ continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-11
80 views
I was here with my girlfriend just a week ago and I'm back again! This time, I was here to attend a birthday party. Food was catered & items offered are mini pork burger, onion ring, spring roll, mid-join wing & also pineapple rice. The mini pork burger is slightly cold & the bun is a little hard. However, the pork is nicely marinated & paired with cucumber for the extra crunch. While Onion Ring is quite normal & mid-joint wing a little dry, the spring roll is very crispy & nice when paired with the thai chili sauce. Pineapple Rice is however a little bland. Coconut ice-cream is also vice with smooth texture & string coconut flavor, accompanied with grass jelly, nata de coco at the side. very refreshing for a hot day. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-10
49 views
It was not crowded at lunch or perhaps we are lucky as the place is always crowded it seems.One of the usual food haunts when we are too lazy to think of a place to eat. I ordered the $10 lunch set. It is very worth it as it consists of a main course (rice) with side salad and mini tom yum seafood. The chicken basil is not oily at all and the fried egg is decent. Will be back to try more food. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-01
101 views
My friend's little girl is turning 3 and she had booked a birthday party package at Eat.Play.Love Cafe.Uniquely old school themed cafe like this has been sprouting everywhere in SG, but what sets this cafe apart is that you can actually Eat and Play at this cafe. They have crafting materials for both adults and kids. Let's check this place out.The cafe has a nostalgic setting with loads of old school tidbits and toys on display. Coupled with colorfully painted retro wooden tables, cute little stools painted with cartoon animals. A craft corner with materials for kids to spend time while the adults eat. For adults, there are old school toys for one to reminiscence their childhood memories. Or one could choose to make their own jewellery, a doll or build an old school toy plane. There are also a fair bit of retro furniture, snacks and soft drinks bottles on display, a photographer's delight!The party buffet spread...served on warmers. Pineapple fried rice, Mini pulled chicken burgers, Mini chicken winglets, Onion rings and spring rolls.My food choices, I picked a small portion of everything since the variety was limited. The food quality was okay, nothing to shout about. My personal favorite was the mini pulled chicken burger and the crispy spring rolls. The pulled chicken was rather tasty but a little lacking in portion, and the spring rolls were very crispy and packed with moist and warm filling inside. Both the onion rings and mini winglets were overcooked causing them to taste a tad hard and dry. The pineapple fried rice was not too bad, had ample serving of chicken floss and sweet pineapple cubes.Last but not least, the dessert was served separately after most of us has had our meals. It was Thai coconut ice cream topped with peanuts, grass jelly and nata de coco.This was the highlight of the meal, the coconut ice cream was delightfully refreshing, creamy and blends well with the crunchy roasted peanuts and lightly sweet grass jelly and nata de coco. Some of us had 2nd servings!My friend bought a pack of the old school balloon toy and we had serious fun playing with it!Service here was warm and friendly, the staffs were patient with kids and didn't frown a tiny bit when they had to clean up after the little blunders that they had created. Food quality for main courses was average but desserts was very good. Ambiance here is 100 marks cos there's something here to entertain patrons of all ages! Definitely worthy of multiple visits.For full review & more photos - http://midas400.blogspot.sg/2013/10/birthday-party-at-eatplaylove-cafe.html continue reading
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Level2 2013-09-12
24 views
Looking for a place to entertain your children while having some simple food? This cafe nestled in the 'ulu' Aliwal Street is not easy to locate but if you are going on a weekend, better call first to reserve to avoid disappointment.Honestly, the food are simple and just nice for snacks. Don't expect restaurant standard, but it's the environment and company that makes the trip worth it. Seeing a smiling kid enjoying his/her time doing art & craft, I guess any simple food is more than enough for the parents. continue reading
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