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My office is now near this area and upon a colleague's suggestion, we decided to travel to Tai Seng for lunch.As expected, the place is packed as it was lunch time.Ordering is via an iPad tucked neatly in a custom-made drawer under the table surface.Service was relatively slow today and they forgot a few of the food items we ordered. I had pig's liver in soup with mee sua today. The soup was heavily peppered but I am fine for I enjoy the taste of pepper. The liver was sliced evenly but were a li
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My office is now near this area and upon a colleague's suggestion, we decided to travel to Tai Seng for lunch.

As expected, the place is packed as it was lunch time.

Ordering is via an iPad tucked neatly in a custom-made drawer under the table surface.

Service was relatively slow today and they forgot a few of the food items we ordered.

I had pig's liver in soup with mee sua today. The soup was heavily peppered but I am fine for I enjoy the taste of pepper. The liver was sliced evenly but were a little over cooked.

We asked for the bill for countless times. A colleague got impatient and went to the counter. That was when we realised that the staff are very forgetful that day. Everyone in the queue complained of food items which never arrived. The cashier just acknowledged each person with the response that he will purge that item from the bill accordingly. No apology and no clarification as to whether you would still want the drink/food.

Ordering via iPad is cool for a coffeeshop styled eatery. But it stops here.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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