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In Toa Payoh in Singapore’s central region, down on Toa Payoh North, you can find a place that truly has something for everyone. Club July is an all-round chillout zone, an oasis from the busy-busy lifestyle of Singapore, a place to unwind with the whole family. Play board games, pool, watch sports or simply enjoy the superb Chinese menu – just make sure you book a table in advance to secure your seat for the evening.
Excellent and awesome service crew. Food is delicious and served relatively fast. The Karaoke system, pool table and dart machines added to the wonder experience for my group of 4 yrs old to 60+yrs old group. Will definitely visit again.
Good & delicious food! Service was adequate, it will be great to have some special treatment/arrangements or deal if people go there for birthday celebration, for example complimentary cake (it is not about money, but to show some nice gesture, appreciation...)
Cozy and quiet environment for class gathering. Food is ok and has many varieties. Location is amongst industrial estate but near MRT station and has ample parking lots.
Toa Payoh North – in Toa Payoh, don’t ya know – is a little distance from the centre of Singapore. Club July is a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, and thus is a superb place to kick back and enjoy a stress-free, relaxing evening. Whether you take in the sports on TV, have a few evening beers, play a spot of pool or take a bite from their menu of Chinese and Singaporean classics, you can be sure of an evening off from the grind.
Toa Payoh is not an area especially known for outstanding Chinese food, but at Club July on Toa Payoh North, you can experience some of the best that Singapore has to offer. Chilli crab, shark’s fin soup and sweet and sour pork all make an appearance on the menu, so you can take your pick and chow down. Make sure you book a table though – they can get busy!