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restaurant in nigtht safari

Post by durain » Wed, 11 Feb 2009 9:44 am

what's the restaurant in night safari like? good? ok? excellent? and how about the price? fair? costly? obscene expensive?

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Post by Isambard » Wed, 11 Feb 2009 1:30 pm

We tried to eat at the one in the middle and it was not good - not much more than cinema-type hotdogs, samosas, and springrolls on offer so we wished we'd eaten before getting on the Tram. Some guests of ours went to Bongo Burger at the entrance (which is also at the Bird Park I think) and they gave it two thumbs down I'm afraid. I don't think the pricing was bad, it was just a bit greasy. Mind you, others may have had a better experience. Food aside though we still had an excellent time!

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Post by pakjohn » Wed, 11 Feb 2009 5:54 pm

The buffet wasn't bad but pricey at 40 SGD per person. The food court side had edible Indian food, burgers, and more that I didn't look at. The food court prices were okay to a bit high and the food fair.
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Post by durain » Wed, 11 Feb 2009 9:01 pm

hmmm... not sure if it is worth eating at bukit panjang first before heading to night safari or just take the plunge and eat at night safari.

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