Dear diners, please be aware that the pagoda steamboat is only available after 11:30am. Thank you.
Gourmet appetisers, burgers, pagoda steamboat and a wide range of Western main courses await you at the Halal-certified Flame Cafe, where artisan dishes and homestyle classics are made healthier, fresher and without flavours or additives. This Paya Lebar restaurant is redefining the concept of fast food and inside the sophisticated space you’ll be met with light, fine service and some of Singapore’s most inspired cuisine. Found on the first level of the Centro Bianco Building down Upper Paya Lebar Road, Flame Cafe is just steps from Tai Seng MRT station for your travelling convenience.
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Unique environment. Love the unique steamboat sets. Would viidt again.
The pagoda steamboat was a refreshing experience and the food was fresh, I will come back again
My first time here. The ambiance is great. The selection of food is fantastic however it’s a little bit on the pricey side.
Close to Tai Seng MRT station, Flame Cafe turns fast food dining into a gourmet affair. With over 4,000 square feet and space for up to 200 seated guests, this large restaurant offers ample space for private functions, whether it’s a corporate event, large birthday celebration or wedding. Featuring Wi-Fi, air conditioning, an in-house bar and a screen with projector, Flame Cafe is an ideal venue for any large gathering in Singapore’s Paya Lebar.
A Singapore restaurant that focuses on freshness and quality, Flame Cafe doesn’t disappoint. You can expect an array of pagoda buffet options here, where you can fill your bowls with seafood, cheese, grilled meats and vegetables. It’s definitely a must-try! From the a la carte menu, keep an eye out for the seafood salted egg pasta; chicken Rendang burger; grille salmon or the zesty lemongrass chicken. This Paya Lebar Road restaurant offers something for even the pickiest of diners and whatever you intend to eat, be sure to book ahead for some gourmet comfort food at Singapore’s Flame Cafe.