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By MRT/Bus: From Bayfront MRT Station (CE1) Take Exit B and follow the underground linkway Exit and cross the Dragonfly Bridge into Gardens by the Bay From Marina Bay MRT Station (NS27/CE2) Take Exit A and hop onto bus service 400 Alight 4 stops later at the bus stop along Marina Gardens Drive continue reading
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Telephone
6702 3373
Introduction
Hill Street Coffee Shop aims to bring patrons back to the olden times, with the fragrance of coffee, mosaic tiles and marble tables. They serve a range of local cuisines such as laksa and nasi lemak, as well as the traditional toast. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
08:30 - 22:00
Public Holiday
08:30 - 22:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.hillstreetcoffeeshop.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Crispy Fried Lemongrass Chicken Nasi Lemak Traditional Laksa Chicken Rice Set Hill Street Ice Kacang Minced Pork Noodle Fried Hokkien Mee
Review (8)
Level4 2016-06-09
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Came to explore Gardens by the Bay and decided to have lunch here. Read online that the Hokkien Mee is nice here, so we ordered that and other items. Hokkien Noodle - quite a big portion of noodles on a piece of banana leaf. The taste is slightly better than average. The Chilli that they gave with the noodles is really not worth any mention. Chicken Rice - the meat was nice but not many pieces in total. The rice had a lot of ginger cooked in it and my girl didn't really appreciate it. Signature Nasi Lemak - flavourful rice cooked in coconut and the accompanying fried chicken leg was well-seasoned and fried. Chilli is not bad for this dish. Flavour but no bite. Curry Chicken with Steamed Bread - 4 square slices of traditional bread in a steamer with a bowl of chicken curry. The bread is ordinary and a bit mushy but served in a drama manner only. Heh. Average tasting and not spicy enough. Not likely to come here for more as the food here was expensive and not good enough to worth the buck. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-04
51 views
This so called coffee shop maybe the more comfortable and spacious version, which you will be having more comfort here. Many foodstall avaipable here and I have chosen to try the seafood fried rice and the char kway teow here. Fried rice is full of the fragrant from the fresh fried egg and prawns used in it. The added beansprouts also add in the extra crunchiness to this dish. Portion is also wuite generous too. Fried kway teow maybe quite oily but is very tasty. The rice noodles are very smooth and easy to chew. The dark sweet sauce make this dish very appetizing and craving for more. For the price of $7 and $8 per portion for both dishes, are quite expensive. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-14
42 views
After finishing the flowers viewing at garden by bay , we saw a food court named ( Hill Street Coffee Shop)They sell wide range of foods e.g chinese ,western , japanese etc but still feeling full , we just ordered toast bread , eggs and coffee The toast bread even though look ordinary but taste nice and soft , as for the eggs is well cooked and fresh , and the coffee is fragnance and taste rich . continue reading
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Hill Street Coffee Shop At the very end of the day, we are not very sure as to whether Hill Street Coffee Shop is the best representation of the local delights that we have here on this tiny red dot. We do understand though, that since it’s located at a tourist attraction, the food tends to be less spicy to cater to the tourists. If you’re one that isn’t a big fan of spicy food and want to finally give some originally spicy local delights a try, this is the place to head to! After dinner, you can easily go have a walk around the absolutely beautiful Gardens by the Bay to burn some calories! As for the local foodies, think it’s best we stick to our no air-con, rowdy and sweaty coffee shops. Cheap and good! By the way, the food here can easily cost you a whopping $7 to $10 bucks for a simple local dish, as mentioned; this is a tourist attraction so you got to be prepared to pay a premium.Visit http://ieatandeat.com/hill-street-coffee-shop/ for the full review! continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-14
30 views
Shared this big ice kachang ( peanut in malay) with 4 friends 😁😄 actually there is no peanut at all.. What is your fav ice kachang ingredients? 😃 I love the attap seeds and jelly It;s the perfect dessert to eat after being in the sun at the outdoor gardens. for $4.50 is isn't really that expensive when you share it among friends. There is enough syrup plus a dollop of ice cream to top it off! continue reading
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