Run by such a friendly family I could've sat in the open plan eating area all day enjoying the chirping birds and eating great British food with a cold drink. Perfect if you're looking for a British breakfast/lunch
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The place to come to if you want to unwind in the tropical heat. Rustic feel is the closest you'll get to rural living in the urban jungle that is Singapore. Originally setup to serve British servicemen this place is now a haunt of expats...More
The beef hor fun I ordered was subpar and the freshly squeezed lime juice was too sour to drink. But the ambience is unique, like a time warp to the 70's, a place for expats to hangout after a soccer game. I don't mind going...More
The food was not what I expected. The presentation was disappointing and the quality leaves much to be desired. However, if you are going for the beers, then they have a wide selection of local & imported beers priced reasonably.
Had dinner with family comprises of old and young children (13pax). Plenty of space for children and giving us the kampong feeling. Remember to bring inset repellent as it is outdoor dining - no air-con. Food is great and at reasonable price. Very good range...More
Firstly, opening hours claimed to be 11.30am when i came on a Sunday (various websites indicated 11am) Both Nescafe and Chocolate Milkshakes were disappointing. Chocolate was too milky and Nescafe had an after-taste. Hainanese porkchop tasted what it should be and nothing to wow about....More
We are a frequent visitor to the Colbar and it is a great place for adults and children. Plenty of grounds for the children to run around in, but remember to bring the mosquito repellent. The café is set in an old colonial black and...More
Walk back into a 1960s NAAFI frozen in time with a menu, formula tables and atmosphere completely unchanged. A living museum where locals and expats alike enjoy British high calorie unspiced food just like granny used to make.