Review De Tian Coffee Shop, 265 Bukit Batok East Ave 4, Singapore

Review De Tian Coffee Shop - Singapore 265 Bukit Batok East Ave 4

“The better stalls are Yu Pan (noodles and fish soup) and JWS (Western). Coffee is also good.” or “This coffee shop at Blk 177 is really nice. There are many stores with very nice food with super long queue. …” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about De Tian Coffee Shop. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if De Tian Coffee Shop is quality.

Introduction about De Tian Coffee Shop

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Background Info

  • Website: https://mothership.sg/2018/01/bukit-batok-coffee-shop-belanja-a-meal-project/
  • Address: 265 Bukit Batok East Ave 4, #01-405 Block 265, Singapore
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Detailed information of De Tian Coffee Shop

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 6 AM to 10 PM.

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De Tian Coffee Shop reviews

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Is De Tian Coffee Shop good?

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“This coffee shop at Blk 177 is really nice. There are many stores with very nice food with super long queue. …”

“A bit crowded during dinner. The wanton noodles, minced meat noodles and the western food stalls are my frequent visit”

“The kway teow soup is super duper nice, hope them open one stall in Tampines!”

“Love the variety of food here and the friendliness of the food servers and cleaners.”

“Clean airy neighbourhood coffee shop, with few good food stalls. Most famous is the choon chin prawn noodles. I also recommend the fish soup noodles and wanton mee stall.”

“Very windy and well ventilated kopitiam. Clean and spacious seating.”

“Nice and clean coffeshop with a good variety of food.”

“After renovation, is a great chill out location. Be it for food or drinks, many have visit this Coffeeshop daily”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 112 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.2 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 80% are positive reviews.

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Review Review De Tian Coffee Shop, 265 Bukit Batok East Ave 4, Singapore

There is a total 112 reviews

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    Loh Boon Foo

    In the even there are lot of smoker something at non smoking area.

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    Shaun Chen

    Hearty breakfast spot with affordable fare for a variety of cuisines served here. Must try the wanton noodles as it is tasty and easy to devour. Beverages served here are strong and concentrated for your morning kick of caffeine.

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    Joel Chan

    Very windy and well ventilated kopitiam. Clean and spacious seating.

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    DR DAVY GOH

    A popular coffee shop in Bukit Batok. So do expect, a long queue during mealtimes.
    One the more popular dishes are :
    Fried rice, it cost about $4.80 and have that “wokhei” fragrance. Their chops are flamed grilled and the 2 sides dishes are served in generous portion. The food was flavourful and tasty. Good comfort food to have.
    Strongly recommended.

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    Benny Lau

    Clean and tidy coffee shop with reasonable good food.

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    Bambang L

    My to go coffeeshop if wanting to eat out quickly and hassle free… Good Zi Char store with decent price, nice Prata and and okay Western store among usual fishball noodles and other stores.

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    Michael K.

    Acceptable at that price but needed another bowl of mee pok to hit the spot.

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    eugene gene

    Black sauce prawn noodle moderately nice. Forgot to take pictures. …

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    SeungJun Kim

    Amazing tze char/coffee shop that my family, friends and I have been enjoying for many years! Their salted egg prawn (peeled) is one of the best salted egg prawn I’ve had in Singapore, their vegetables (NaiBai, Kang Kong) taste nice, I personally like the half head fish curry (even though some say it isn’t good), and their oyster omelette is nice too!

    Hope to visit this coffee shop for many more years, and hope they’ll improve their salted egg prawns to taste even better

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    Edward Yong

    Newly renovated. Nice coffee shop. Good range of food stalls.

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    LL Low

    Neighborhood coffee shop, quite clean and reasonably priced food

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    Eric Toh

    Was suppose to visit 进春 for thr prawn noodles as they were used to be from Upper Bukit Timah.

    We were disappointed that they were.closed, but to our surprise the wanton soup from Ah Wah Noodle House was surprisingly nice.

    Their wantons are not only larger, they are handmade and it contain a rare ingrident which was not commonly found, that is water chestnut.

    I would definitly retirn to try their signature wanton mee and shredded chicken horfun next time.

    Several stalls inside the coffeeshop was pack with long queue of patrons.

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    chee kok sia

    Can

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    Julius Tan

    Food was great and inexpensive

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    Burrito Bunny

    The food there is just wow

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    Mihwa Lee

    Clean airy neighbourhood coffee shop, with few good food stalls. Most famous is the choon chin prawn noodles. I also recommend the fish soup noodles and wanton mee stall.

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    Benjamin Ong

    Food coffee shop. Good food, well lit, very cool with a fan above every table and easy parking.

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    L.C. Lim

    Good Western Food

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    TY Lee

    Seng Choon Prawn Noodles.. The famous black one that was along the 9.5mile shophouses (now some torn down already)

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    pornflake

    Normal Coffeeshop in Singapore. Usual food good for people staying by as it is convenient

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    pianized

    There are appoximately 8 stalls. Crowds are mostly neighbourhood residents. Seatings are indoor with plenty of ventilation.

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    Wire Ash

    Horfun damn salty. Sometimes prawn noodle is quite salty as well. Mixed veg rice staff is very friendly. The western food here is of higher price. The uncle who is clearing plate & ordering drink aunty is very nice & friendly. 20210611

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    Michael C

    Many nice stalls

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    I Kao

    I like the fish soup.

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    Mike Yang

    A normal HDB neiburhood food court

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    Chia Shin Yin

    Tze char here is really good, had the salted egg prawn, assam fish head and sambal kangkong. The salted egg prawn is different from what i usually have, the batter is not too thick and very crispy. But salted egg gravy is a bit watery. Assam fish head gravy is really thick, flavourful and tangy. Sambal kangkong has nice belachan flavour, best eaten with rice. First order starts at 11.30am.

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    F Chai

    Typical neighbourhood Coffeeshop that hides a number of treasures – Jin Chun Prawn Noodle – good prawn noodle soup or dry with options or add plenty of ingredients, Hua Roasted Meat and noodle house – good soy sauce chicken, fish soup and last but not least the Indian Muslim food stall – wonderful prata with great curry sauce, fantastic Murtabak with good amount of fillings too. One of the breakfast place that live to visit with family

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    Alvin Yeo

    So far have tried fish soup, vegetable rice, prata, nasi goreng ikan bilis, Western food French fries, and it’s hard been quite sedap. Wish to try more next time.

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    Aik Poh Goh

    Fast service, lots of food choices, and hygienic environment.

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    Kim Chuan Peh

    CoffeeThe price is more expensive and the coffee powder is not very good

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    Dine K

    The food there were generally good! The carrot cake is good. Tasty and have wok hei. Chicken rice is good too. The best is their Zi Char!!!

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    Lik WONG

    Spacious, airy coffee shop. Good zichar, wanton noodles and meepok stalls.

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    Ho Sze Sien

    Love the cleanliness and food.
    Day time must eat the prawn mee.
    Night time must eat the fried pork knuckle.

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    Tommy Loh

    A bit crowded during dinner. The wanton noodles, minced meat noodles and the western food stalls are my frequent visit

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    HG Tan

    Well visit coffee shop. Cleanliness, hygiene and decor is great for a neighbourhood coffee shop. Judging from the crowd especially during meal time, residents and workers from the neighbourhood do find the food from various stalls appetising. Other than a lack of a Muslim stall, there’s a Indian Muslim selling prata etc, the variety of food should provide ample choice to choose from.

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    Funman Tan

    No Malay foods

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    Lim Cher Khiang

    Food look OK.

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    Adrian Lim

    Many nice food to go for. Fried Carrot cake, wanton mee especially the wanton is meaty and tasty. The fish soup or kway teow soup is equally tasty and fish is fresh always. Go for it

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    Jerry Yeow

    Nice and clean place

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    SF (Nichename)

    Fried Carrot cake not bad

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    Benny Ho

    Place is clean and well ventilated, with good food available. But the stall selling carrot cakes need to be more friendly to their customers. I will avoid the stall.

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    Vincent Ng

    Prices of drinks are higher than the other coffee shops within 100 metres of this location. A cup of tea with milk is ten cents more. A can of coke with a cup of ice is $1.50. Place is clean and airy but there are too many lights. The high light intensity can be very uncomfortable.

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    Average Guy

    This stall sells a variety of soups with your choice of rice or noodles. Prices are reasonable and food quality is good. You may ask for additional ingredients and top up.
    I especially enjoy the sliced fish soup which I will top up with bitter gourd for just 50¢ more.

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    J.K. Chua

    Love the variety of food here and the friendliness of the food servers and cleaners.

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    kong chin Yap

    Good fish soup and bak chor mee but tea and coffee are not so great!

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    Jones Ng

    Newly opened coffee shop with tasty chicken rice.

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    Jambu Seh Jambu Seh

    Good very clean

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    Jo Chan

    Very nicely renovated, not your normally seen coffee shop. The zhi cha store there is good, got economic rice store, western food store (a bit pricey for some choices like lamb and beef), malay store (sells rojak like Indian rojak). The kopi c is really to my taste, recommended.

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    Chuah KH

    Should provide coffe egg bread breakfast set… …

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    howhai

    Food sold are delicious. Western is good, fish soup is good, zhi char is good.

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    WK WLK

    The food is so good to eat ! You must try !

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    Chin Joo Chng

    One of the best coffeeshops in the area with affordable good food and a social initiative to boot!!!

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    WH C

    Nice and clean coffeshop with a good variety of food.

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    Eric ong

    Newly open coffee shop with a good mix of 8 stalls. Muslim, Indian, western, mix Chinese vegetable rice stall, 2 noodles stalls, chicken rice stall and Zhi char stall. The place is well ventilated, empty plates quickly cleared. Drink stall operator with 2 helpers proactively taking drinks orders. Clean and brightly lighted. One of the most happening coffee shop in Bukit Batok. Food is freshly prepared and nice. Must try.

    Updates: less than 6 months after opening, the outdoor section of the coffee shop was further expanded to increase sitting capacity. Muslim stall has closed but a new economy beehoon stall opened. Hala food is available at Indian stall.

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    Patrick Lee

    Yr usual coffee shop. Pack fried beehoon for lunch.

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    kok beng chng

    Nice food here

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    Zouk Remi

    A good Singapore local food. I like the 進春 prawn noodle.

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    SNG SK

    Good food & Ambience!!!

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    Word of Mouth S'pore

    Love this coffee shop for its cleanliness, breezy place and most of all its totally NON SMOKING . Favourite stall here is a must try Soya Sauce Chicken.

    This is my personal go-to place for soya sauce chicken . You can have it with rice or noodles – I just prefer it with kway teow or hor fun. Been here several times and they are always consistent. The chicken is succulent & fork tender with shiny, smooth, soya sauce glazed skin. Its a perfect perk-me-up if you’d like to satisfy your cravings in one of the cleanest coffee shops Ive been to in the west . Its totally non smoking,clean,spacious, super breezy, airy & comfy environment.

    De Tian Coffeeshop
    265 Bukit Batok East Ave 4, #01-405,
    Singapore 650265

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    Keith Wong

    One of the best Economy Rice in the area. variety and quality are always consistent. Indian food stall is pretty good too. But the rest of the stuff not quite to my liking.

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    Narayana Govinda

    I’m staying around the area always pass by or go to the morning market and sometimes buy food.

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    Shaun Chen

    Hearty breakfast spot with affordable fare for a variety of cuisines served here. Must try the wanton noodles as it is tasty and easy to devour. Beverages served here are strong and concentrated for your morning kick of caffeine.

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    Kelvin Teo

    After renovation, is a great chill out location. Be it for food or drinks, many have visit this Coffeeshop daily

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    CS Koh

    The better stalls are Yu Pan (noodles and fish soup) and JWS (Western). Coffee is also good.

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    Kee Haur Ng

    Best kaya toast in this area

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    JOHN ANG

    Delicious Signature wanton noodles and chicken n char siew rice. My family’s favourite stall.

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    Ignatius Wong (王乙)

    lousy coffee. asking price too high, $1.10 for lousy coffee black with light sugar. but the location is good, cool and away from heavy traffic.

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    苏利安

    The place is very spacious, not noisy, there are many stalls, a variety of food, you can choose what you like.

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    Derrick Ang

    Nice fried rice with chicken cutlet

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    Jack Sim

    bee hoon goreng and indian muslim cuisine

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    Allofatso

    Good kopi, clean and modern looking coffee shop – there are some nice food stalls, especially the prawn noodles stall

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    Leslie Ong

    Good food

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    Leow Peng Kui

    A popular destination in Bukit Panjang. Well known stall selling noodle soup and porridge. The queue is endless. Your queue number is your table number.
    The other stalls including the zi char stall are just as good.
    Worth trying all.

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    ZS Choo

    The kway teow soup is super duper nice, hope them open one stall in Tampines!

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    Wee Hwa Choo

    Newly renovated

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    ong muihua

    A great variety of food. A good place to gather for a meal reasonably price and clean.

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    Melvin

    Stalls seem to be of reasonable standard.

    Very plump wantons from Ah Hwa Roasted Noodle house.

    Also tried the fish soup from Yu Pan which came with thick fish slices.

    Layout could be improved as there is a lack of space for queuing in front of the stalls.

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    Raj Chella

    Many choices of food and even snacks.

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    Jeremy Yau

    Nice food

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    Valencia Wong

    Have been here many times and enjoyed each visit. Food is not bad and food vendors are always very friendly and nice. Place is breezy and cooling, and quite clean. They also have the blanjah-a-meal initiative, so if you’re feeling generous, please go support!

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    L YL

    Normal neighborhood kopitiam. Price on the high side though

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    Johnny JJ

    Great Neighborhood Coffeeshop!!

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    Ian Mc

    Great range of foods and warm friendly coffee shoppe. Excellent table service.

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    Wong Song Wei

    I visit the coffeeshop quite often to dapao lunch/dinner home.

    Fu Lee Seafood offers good value and taste for tze cha. I like the horfun, shengmian (crispy fried noodles) and white beehoon.

    Caifan stall offers value as well, 3 veggies for $2+, and the taste is good.

    Indian food stall offers decent fresh prata as well.

    Overall nice place to eat at

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    Daniel Cheoh

    Good zichar. Deal on nonya fish at $10.Lots of other foods including western food.

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    pak soon yi

    The place is dry, there are many varieties of food, and the aroma of coffee is strong, it is worth a visit.

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    Stephenie Ng

    Several uncles drinking beer. Always someone smoking nearby.

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    Jack Lim

    Food there nice…

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    Lavoid JR

    The zi char and bak chor mee is the best, others? Not so sure but please avoid the Indian stall’s one, their food was really bad… Tasteless.. I think the western I’d quite good, always having long queues.

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    S Q

    Nice environment to dine in. Can have Qs during into the carpark and at the stalls during peak hours so not too recommended for those who are in a rush and wants a quick bite.

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    Gohht 13

    Nice and classic looking setting after the renovation, cosy environment.

    Though it’s a small neighborhood coffee shop, there’s quite an interesting variety of food. There’s a bee hoon stall selling all sorts of fried noodles and assorted condiments.

    There’s also a yummy wonton mee stall with long queue in the morning. Other than that, there’s a prata stall that sell all types of prata and you can customized and they will accede to your request, so nice!

    Drinks are of standard, though my teh siew dai is still quite sweet.

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    Ashish Kumar

    Airy, well-lit coffee house with a pretty wide range of food. Very high value for money, with the meal prices ranging from $4 or less to $6. I especially like their Belanja system.

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    xiao tian Chong

    Dessert disappointed. . .

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    Alan Ng

    This coffee shop at Blk 177 is really nice. There are many stores with very nice food with super long queue. …

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    Andrew Kwek

    Good place for food around the area. Many choices.

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    Shandy Poh

    Nice variety of food for day to day meals.

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    Min Htun Zaw

    Typical coffee shop in Singapore but it is with new facelift.

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    shi

    Honestly we just come here for the Econ rice. 4 out of 5 week days. You must be wondering how good can Econ rice taste? The dishes here always taste fresh! and super yummy, like your ah ma just cooked for you.

    Also the young boys serving are always super friendly and remember our orders. Will miss this place when we move!

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    Chow Bob

    Alot of good food

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    Luxe Print

    We had a good selection of stalls to choose from. There should be food available for everyone. Most often, I order Bak Chor Mee or prawn noodles, while other family members prefer western, Indian, or Wanton noodles.

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    DR DAVY GOH

    A popular coffee shop in Bukit Batok. So do expect, a long queue during mealtimes.
    One the more popular dishes are :
    Fried rice, it cost about $4.80 and have that “wokhei” fragrance. Their chops are flamed grilled and the 2 sides dishes are served in generous portion. The food was flavourful and tasty. Good comfort food to have.
    Strongly recommended.

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    William Chong

    Presentable .. price reasonable.. parking available.. a quick meal noting to complain about..
    Recommended to friends.. (yes)
    Clean environment..

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    Wei Wu wei

    OK

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    Sam Koh

    a lot of food

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    Chia Shin Yin

    Tze char here is really good, had the salted egg prawn, assam fish head and sambal kangkong. The salted egg prawn is different from what i usually have, the batter is not too thick and very crispy. But salted egg gravy is a bit watery. Assam fish head gravy is really thick, flavourful and tangy. Sambal kangkong has nice belachan flavour, best eaten with rice. First order starts at 11.30am.

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    Darren Ong

    Clean and airy coffee shop.
    Most stalls have above average tasty food. Ample parking all around

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    Zhi Min Choo

    Many choices of good food. Clean and air.

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    Pin Lay Chi

    Delicious fried carrot cake! Go.during off peak hours and you can get your carrot cake fried v nicely. Kopitiam is next to the park connector and is nice and breezy..except in May. Ample parking in the HDB carparks around the estate and a short walk from Bt Batok Park. If you happened to be in the hood go give it a try!!

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    lik seng yeo

    OK

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    Carey Wong

    Pretty decent selection of food stalls here, including the famous wanton mee, although I prefer the western food there

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    Adrian Ng CZ

    Most expensive egg and toast one can find in sg. 5.20 for the usual set. The problem is the eggs are not fresh and cracked, yet they have the guts to charge at such a rate.

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    Yazoo Spandau

    Many Stalls after Renovation! Tried the Soy Chicken Noodle and Prawn Soup good taste …

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