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Singapore Cafe - CLOSED

Map & Directions 69 Mott St.
New York, NY 10013
  • Asian, Malaysian
  • Daily 11am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

Singapore's food is a tasty mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian;fusion food at it's finest. Singapore Cafe; although touristy, gets a lot right, including baby oyster omelet, a thin, delicate orb of egg dotted with oysters, poh piah, Malaysian spring rolls stuffed with egg and dried shrimp, and radish cake (confusingly called carrot cake in Singapore), a fried heap of radish, sprouts, scallion and shrimp.

Member Reviews

  • on 05/10/09

    Singapore's food is a tasty mishmash of Chinese, Malay, and South Indian. Singapore Cafe gets much of it right, most notably the baby-oyster omelet - a delicate flop of egg liberally dotted with the juicy bivalves, and served with a syrupy, spicy dipping sauce.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Chendra W. on 02/18/12

    Wow...really exhausted and cool.

  • Vatika v. on 03/28/11

    makan enaaakk :p

  • Gloriann C. on 07/09/10

    The food here is really good. one of my fave dishes is the pineapple fried rice with chicken. Another awesome dish is megoreng.

  • heynolan on 06/15/10

    Closes at 11pm to satisfy your late night urges.

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  • À La Cart

    For such a tightly wound place—gum chewing carries stiff penalties—Singapore is freakishly casual about eating. Central to the food culture... More on Singapore Cafe »

Best Of Awards

  • Singapore¬ís food is a tasty mishmash of Chinese, Malay, and South Indian. Singapore Caf√© gets much of it right,... More on Singaporean »


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