Mind Games is the new venture from the extremely popular Mind Cafe crew, whose concept combines Singapore’s love of social gaming and cafe culture in one great venue. Mind Games follows its elder brother’s cue, providing a casual, relaxed cafe environment where you can enjoy hot and cold drinks, fresh pastries, sandwiches and other snacks while you play one of the hundreds of board games they have available. Of course Mind Games is all about being sociable, so get your friends or family together and head to this quirky spot at Westgate Mall (on Gateway Drive) in Jurong East for a fun outing – or simply squeeze a quick game in during a shopping break at the mall.
It was an interesting and fun experience, very chilling and able to bond w your friends . Will definitely come back again soon for more!
The reservation went smoothly and we got a table as soon as we reached. Staffs are friendly and approachable. Items ordered are served quickly. Fun experience, would definitely visit again and ask my friends to go!
Mind Games offer a unique ‘play-and-go’ concept designed to suit parents with kids, or anybody wanting to take a break while shopping at Westgate Mall in Jurong East. Guests can book seats for quick game play – rather than the usual hour-long slots – if they only have a limited amount of spare time. This is great for busy Singapore parents, who can run quick errands while their kids are entertained at Mind Games. The cafe have so-called Game Facilitators on hand to help you choose, set up and play the right game for you (depending on preference, age, experience and number of people in your group).
Mind Games serve excellent, cafe-quality coffee to keep you alert during the game, as well as a wide selection of other drinks and snacks, including plenty of child-friendly options. Mind Games is great for team events and corporate functions, so if you’re trying to find a unique Singapore venue for office outings, birthday parties or team-building events, why not try Jurong East’s Mind Games at Westgate Mall? If you think you’re too old to enjoy board games – think again!