Arriving by Bus: #7/14/14e/16/65/106/111/123/175/502/502A, Bustop Name: Midpoint Orchard, Bustop No.: 09038. Arriving by Train: Somerset MRT. Nearest Carpark: 313@Somerset Carpark continue reading
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6834 4945
Toast Box is committed to infuse passion, fun and vibrancy to create a new lifestyle experience for our customers. Be greeted by the homely aroma of freshly brewed Nanyang Coffee, smell of freshly toasted bread, and visual sights of coffee or tea pulling. Varying interior styles, display décor and stylised music are pieced together to create a relaxing ambience. continue reading
Opening Hours
08:30 - 21:45
Mon - Sun
08:30 - 21:45
Payment Methods
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Curry Chicken Laksa Nanyang Kopi Peanut Butter Thick Toast Traditional Toast
Review (3)
Level4 2012-12-04
Toast Box at Level got more seating space than the one at Basement level.Order their uaual set.Bread ,egg and coffee.You will long Q at time.Sop if you are lucky, the waiting can be fast.The eggs that come is enough to fill the whole plate. Money worth.Bread toasted just nice. not burn.coffee is the same for all the other outlet.Toast Box is maintaining their standard for all the outlet in singapore.GOOD NEWS. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2010-11-27
Located at 313 Somerset food court(Food Republic) itself, this Toast Box is a good place for small talks and tea break. They don’t only serve coffee, tea, toast bread or buns but also local and heavier dishes like laksa, mee siam, curry chicken and nasi lemak. However, it was a disappointment. I was just here yesterday, bought a takeaway packet of nasi lemak. The nasi lemak at Toast Box may look plain ordinary but they are certainly not cheap. For a $4.80 packet of nasi lemak, you’d get a full load of rice, one miserable overnight chicken wing, a fried egg, a few pieces of ikan billis and peanuts with a reasonable amount of chilli. The rice tasted horrible, the texture of the rice was not crunchy but soft and stuck together like lontong rice, and it was also plain like ordinary Chinese white rice. Isn’t nasi lemak rice supposed to have its coconut fragrant? Have I also mentioned how the staff actually ‘reheated’ the chicken wings… the answer’s double fry. I was horrid to see it done in front of my eyes.Personally, I prefer the old nasi lemak rice from Toast Box, or perhaps they are still available at smaller Toast Box outlets. They are not only cheaper but also taste better. Wrapped in banana leaf and only $2.50 compared to the one I had which cost $4.80 for an overestimated packet, I do consider it to be very expensive. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)