Dear diners, please be aware that the pagoda steamboat is only available after 11:30am. Thank you.
All-day breakfasts, gourmet finger foods and a wide range of 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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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. Arguably their most popular choice, is the four-tier cheesy and bbq pagoda which draws in diners from all over and is filled with seafood, cheese fondue, grilled meats and soups, and serving up to three people, this is an absolute must-try! Also famous for their all-day breakfasts – try the savoury boneless chicken leg waffles for something a bit out of the ordinary – and their healthy main courses, this Paya Lebar Road restaurant offers something for even the pickiest of diners. Try the seared salmon, chicken cordon bleu or seafood linguine, or chow down on one of their delicious homemade Belgian waffles topped with an array of toppings. Whatever you intend to eat, be sure to book ahead for some gourmet comfort food at Singapore’s Flame Cafe.
The food and the concept of the pagoda steamboat was nice. The cheese dip was bomb.
awesome place, especially the pagoda tower concept was interesting, can cook lots of different kinds of food. will definitely recommend my friends and come back again.
Nice variety, with a very cute mini oven to make our own pizzas. Preferred the cheese sauce more than the salted egg one but both are fine. The basic chicken soup is good as well.
Had the premium steamboat buffet and it was a pleasant time spent there. Staff were attentive to our needs. The restaurant was spacious, thus we didn't leave the place smelling like BBQ. Will definitely come back.
The experience that we had in Flame Cafe was tremendous! Kudos to all the staff that is working at the time of our visit at the restaurant. Special thanks to Abie for going the Extra Mile in surprising my fiance for her birthday. The seafood served is fresh, the Cheese Sauce is awesome and the soup tasted just nice. We had a wonderful dining experience at Flames Cafe and this is worth recommending to my friends and families. Thank you all at Flames Cafe! A job well done!
My visit to Flame Cafe for my first time was awesome. Our waiter, Luke was superb and explained everything well to us. He was busy as the restaurant was packed but still had time for small talks and explanations. We were also able to shift tables at the last minute as we would rather have the outside seats with the whole restaurant being air conditioned. We will most definitely visit again. Special shout out to the lady manager(she is philippino,sadly didn't catch her name) and to Luke.
The food was nice but the place was hot. Quite a variety of food even for the cheapest option but not much variety for dessert - just ice cream (no toppings) and fruits. The thai milk tea was too sweet but if you put lots of ice, it is very nice and creamy. We got the supreme package and they gave 1 big crab (choose one flavour - buttermilk/ black pepper or chilli) and a platter of sashimi for that. And for supreme package also have extra stuff you can order from the kitchen). I think next time won't go for the supreme because too much food, the buffet is already enough. Don't waste your money. The grill tier of the pagoda steamboat was not hot enough so we mostly put everything into the soup base. But I saw the next table also had the same problem and the staff offered to grill it for them in the kitchen and brought it back to the table. You just need to ask them if you have any issues and they are very willing to help. They indicate we can stay there for maximum 2 hours but they say generally they won't chase you away unless there is a very long queue.
First time visiting Flame Cafe. The food there is so so only and was not claim to be as per review that post on social media However, the price paid is still very worth it as there is quite a good variety of seafood to choose from. However, my Friend and I feel that the spacing in between table was rather cramp and make it rather difficult for movement as it is a buffet ( free and easy). We was seated at the inner table and when the staff place our guest near to each table ,the space was so cramp that we nearly able to move to refill our drink or take our dessert. Due to the crampiness of the place , the staff have quite a difficulty to reach our desk for topping up the soup base.
Stepping in, the place looks like it has seen better days. Deco is not chic like in the pictures online suggests. It looks like kopi tiam / food court. However, the food was turned out pretty good, ingredients used was fresh. I ordered chilli crab pasta and the crab tasted good. Chicken Alfredo came with tasty grilled chicken and lots of mushrooms. However, menu said chicken Alfredo comes with broccoli but there were only some raw salad leaves that came with it in the end. Generally food tasted good but its a little overpriced. The locations is rather obscure, so its not worth travelling over for the slight above average food. Reason I still gave a 4 is because their forte seems to be their special steamboat which we did not try so I presume people would still travel there for that. But if you are only looking for a nice place to hang and have a bite, i don't think this is the place.
We had the Pagoda Steamboat buffet, deluxe menu. The seafood is very fresh. The soup at the start had not much taste but as we cooked our food, the soup was filled with the sweetness of the seafood. The grill layer took a tad longer to cook. Pls change the fruit punch - it tasted like cough syrup. The seating space was quite tight, quite difficult to move around when the cafe was full. Replenishing of plates, bowls and cutlery was a bit slow (I think they are short handed) but most of the staff are polite and helpful. . Overall, a decent experience especially when the cafe was less crowded after 7pm.