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Introduction
<BR>KG Catering has progressed through the years into what it is today as a trusted name in culinary excellence at affordable prices. The business of KG Catering is one that has grown with the simple idea of delivering satisfaction through great taste. continue reading
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Catering
Restaurant Website
http://www.kgcatering.com.sg/
Review (2)
Level4 2016-04-13
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This Halal-certified caterer offers bento with drink for private and corporate events in Singapore.I liked their Executive Bento Set (HPB Recommended) and refreshments with assorted packet drinks at affordable price tailored to Fundsupermart's requirements.However, it's too bad because they served white rice instead of fried rice. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-08-27
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When you are on course, you look forward to tea breaks because of the catered food that is provided. Although it might not be a lot but it is a form of energy for you to continue up to lunch time.This is first time having KG Catering food and I think I'm rather impressed because they really prepare and make the food with their heart. I had their mini Chocolate Croissant and it tastes just like those in Delifrance. Flaky skin and the chocolate fillings within is nice and sweet. The mini cream puff is soft with a not too overwhelming buttery taste. The mini crystal dumplings has the standard of a dim-sum restaurant. The skin is not thick and the fillings have that crunchy taste. The mini curry puffs are norm. The Ham Chim Peng (Chinese doughnut) is half-sized and tastes like those at popular hawker centre stall. Soft and just slightly salty which is quite acceptable. It doesn't make you feel thirsty after that. The slice of sponge cake is nice and soft. I will give KG Catering a try for my upcoming house warming. They really have restaurant standards. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)