6336 9578
Previously known as The Hangout, Play Nation was founded with the vision of creating a cosy and comfortable environment where people can bond and socialize over fun games and food. Their food spans a wide range - from Western to Asian cuisine, priced reasonably. continue reading
Opening Hours
14:00 - 03:00
Mon - Thu
14:00 - 23:00
Fri - Sat
14:00 - 03:00
14:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Group Gathering
Cash Only
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Chicken Chop Gyoza
Review (1)
Level4 2015-12-10
When board game cafes slowly boarded up, in came Play Nation! Play Nation is the perfect place for hours of good clean fun with friends and family. It is Singapore’s largest gaming cafe combining console games and board games. With a collection of over 200 board games and more than 100 Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360 games, there is something suitable to inject fun and laughter in family and group gatherings! On top of gaming, they also serve main courses as well as sides to go with your non stop gaming fun! Check out their private rooms, which mind you are not sound proof and you need to have 8 pax to book an entire private room. I visited on a weekend at 730pm. We were charged $14.90++ for 2 hours of gaming with free flow drinks and popcorn which were popped fresh and refilled constantly!I really really loved their popcorn, I think I grabbed 3 bowls of this from the tray warmer that keeps the popcorn fresh!1. Chicken Cutlet $10.90++ / $8.90++ (with purchase of a game package)The chicken cutlet tasted like every other fried chicken cutlet you've had at any hawker center. The chicken cutlet portion was pretty huge and I must say, Play Nation was also pretty generous with the fries.2. Cheese Fries $4.90++This is my second time ordering cheese fries and if you have 4 pax playing console games, you get to pick a free side priced $4.90++ and below, and I usually go for this! The cheese is usually hot and the flavour of the cheese is pretty strong. The french fries don't turn soggy at all and they're not too heavily salted either.3. Pancakes $12.90++ / $10.90++ (with purchase of a game package)The pancakes didn't taste that great, but their side dishes were more forgiving. If you were craving pancakes, you could most probably spend a couple of dollars more for pretty pancakes next door. The scrambled eggs were done right. They were fluffy and not too salty. The chicken sausages though, were over fried and all of them got stuck together. 4. Chicken Chop $10.90++ / $8.90++ (with purchase of a game package)The chicken cutlet tasted pretty normal too, just like their chicken cutlet. I'm guessing they're all commercially sourced. But if you do not like coleslaw, you can ask to get it swapped for more fries instead.We got to Play Nation at 730pm, ordered and were done with our meals by 830pm. The staff were very attentive and tried to help in any way possible. They have some of the most cheerful staff I've ever seen. 830pm, we started playing console games till 1030pm afterwhich, we were told to leave or top-up for additional hours of console gaming.Overall : 1) Quick service 2) Wallet-friendly meals 3) Do not expect too much for their food. continue reading
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