citispa got good deals? They look like the Super HardSell type so I've avoided them so far.
anyone heard abt how they might formally give cyclists rights to footpaths? i think they shouldn't! already a menance. at least if they know they dun have right of way they will be nicer and less bah bai.
Happy Arts Deli
Metta Building (Level 1)
32 Simei St 1 S(529950)
Tel: 6580 4611 / 6580 4634
Fax: 6580 4693
Email: [email protected]
Sundays to Fridays - 7.30 am to 9 pm
(closed on Saturdays and Public Holidays except the 1st and 15th day of every lunar month)
Nearest MRT Station: Simei
Bus Service No: 9 (from Simei MRT station)
Carpark lots are available at Blk 139 and 150
Hi, i have just moved to Savannah in Simei too.... left Simei for Tampines, now came back again...
The Ah Mei Cafe available in Simei was voted the best kaya... better than ah koon.... should go and try!
Hi, I am new here - wanna buy a condo in simei and saw this thread when i was researching. Hi everybody. all of you are so funny. can i ask which condo is Simei is the best or u would recommend? my criteria is: relatively new, walking distance to Simei MRT, not too expensive. i can't consider HDB cos I am not singaporean. I know prices of condos have gone up - any advice or suggestion as to which condo is the most worth buying? Some of you mentioned Savanah - is it really that good?
savannah is definitely not within walking distance.
Personally, I like Eastpoint Green cos it's older and more spacious. but some people might not like it cos it faces CGH (hospital).
I don't like the exterior look of Moderna, though it is nearest to MRT. Heard that the floor area and layout is kinda cramped (but most new singapore condos are like that).
slight distance away is tropical springs - i like the design and colour, but not sure price wise whether it's more than moderna.
Simei Green is an EC, ie. govt subsidised at the start but fully private. likely to be cheaper than the other condos in the area, still walking distance, but longer walk - say 10-15 mins. I like the huge swimming pool there.
Melville park is too far for walking if you ask me, and it's old and pink so not my favourite (no offence to those staying there oredi in this thread).
in all, simei is great lah. super convenient to live near MRT and NTUC. that's the auntie in me speaking.
you are right, tequila. i have alook at eastpt green pictures posted on the net and the place looks very airy with lots of big windows 9which I like). I will definitely put that into our to-view list.
i am looking forward to simei living!
has anyone tried the hans at eastpoint? i haven't but apparently recently the price of their cakes increased from 1 dollar to 1.20. that's profiteering! but apparently they claim to the GST panel that it's cos of increased cost of materials. cheh.
i've tried. felt that the food are not as nice as the other outlets.
i've tried their fish n chips (take away), the flour was so thick, & taste very "gelak". i don't think i'll try their fish n chips @ simei outlet anymore
their service also quite pissed me off...
firstly, i felt the cashier needs to go for BASIC customer service course, because she called out to me "char bor (hokkien), here's ..." i was like huh, why called a customer char bor, & i don't even know her! & nvr mind, i told myself she was an auntie, so take it easy ...
2ndly, my takeaway was ready & left unattended for probably 10mins, the cashier or even the staff incharged of packing the take-away was walking here & there & yet NEVER notice my order was ready until the supervisor saw it & asked if it is mine! *faint* no wonder, my food already cold when i eat it...
I think the business has just started so the workers might have some miss-communication or not properly trained. More problems will tend to surface, especially when the queue is so long almost everyday. I would prefer to let them settle down for a while first before concluding whether their service is good or bad.