Visited today the SPC and had a full lunch with my family. Food was good, portions nice. Service was slow as usually.
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Our host is a member of the club and we went there a couple of times for a meal. They have a simple menu, but an adequate choice and the sweet and sour pork dish was very tasty. On another visit the English breakfast was...More
Discovered this lovely club last time in Singapore - luckily on a Tuesday so we could see polo at 5 o'clock. This trip we lunched! The food was some of the best we've ever had in Singapore and the best creme brulee I've EVER had....More
We ate lunch at the Verandah. Good food, good service, and a relaxing atmosphere. This must be one of the only places in Singapore where you can eat with a such a wide view.
I do not know there is such a place in Singapore if I am not working nearby. On a nice Friday, we went there for lunch. Environment is good, did not manage to see any horse as they are not having training. A good place...More
Great food at reasonable prices. The cost of drinks (alcoholic) will boost your bill (as it does anywhere in Singapore. However, I love taking visitors there on Tuesday or Thursday for an early dinner (from 5pm) to watch the polo matches from the verandah. Just...More
The Polo club serves an ordinary western and local menu but the quality of the food is usually very good. This visit somehow was disappointing cos the fish n chip's standard has dropped. Chips were good but not the fish. Batter was ok but the...More
We played tennis, had lunch with friends, and generally loitered by the pool and our children played in the play area. All good. The minced chicken with lime was well seasoned and delicious, the burger was good, and the mutton dum biriyani was very good....More
Went there on a evening, parking was free and getting a table was easy as well. Nice place for lunch/dinner, away from the city centre. Menu is pack with local and western delights. Service was quick however, was not really impress by the food presentation,...More
Sadly we were there during "haze" (pollution from Indonesian forest fires) so the horses could not play the sport and were only being walked not run, so they would not breath in too much yuck. Even so seeing the space in which matches are played...More