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I love the meatball pizza there. Really value for money!
We love this place as it is full of positive vibes and fantastic service staff.
Recommended! Nice and cozy restaurant for family with young kids
Very helpful and customer first service attitude. The food is good and fresh.
Picnic place as a nice ambience. Staff are super helpful and friendly. Order the omaksa burger. Taste good. Beef is tasty. Cheese fries are delicious. The Taco was a disappontment. The taco shell were limpy wet. The ingredients was not drained well before adding to shell. The pizza has a weird alcohol taste. Upon checking with the pizza counter , found that the dough was indeed added with alcohol. Not sure why ? But appreciate that this is highlighted on the menu. At least kids and those allergic to alcohol will refrained from eating. The jap noodle was delicious and worth eating. Will go again in future.
A table was reserved for us right at the end near the big screen. Next to us was a long table occupied by a group of foreigners with kids. We can only occupy (sit) half of the round table because of their open pram which is not really a big issue. Then came another family with pram which makes the whole area very cram. Not too sure if there are space for 'pram parking' but am sure that having a designated area for parking would be good. Food was good. Their Omakase Cheeseburger (set) was good as many had reviewed. Portion was reasonable for the price. My friend had the Rosti, she feedback that it is not bad but personally I would prefer it to be slightly drier inside and crispy on the outside. Oh... The price of ala-carte chilled drinks seems to be on a pricey end.
It was assumed that Picnic is a buffet as the sign board outside quoted to price for buffet, when i clarified with the staff she say unless i have indicated before we were lead to our seats. The staff should at least ask for our preference, ala carte or buffet. and when I ask if i can change to buffet she said no there is nothing she can do.. which was rather disappointing..
A hip mix concept self serve eating place not unlike Marche, with high prices to match. Expect per person wallet damage of $20 or more for a simple meal of mains and drink. I had the butayaki don with miso soup from the Japanese stall. Large tender pieces of grilled marinated pork was the draw; but with 30% of fat included - yes, pieces without meat! - it quickly became less enjoyable. Orchard Road isn't lacking in affordable dining venues, so I wouldn't be back at Picnic any time soon.
Picnic has multiple food kiosk, following an "upmarket food court" concept that's similar to Marche's. The selection isn't particularly diverse, and mostly everything is pricey (pushing $20, or more), so be prepared to spend. Being the thrifty sort I went for Mexican since it was the cheapest, and my Quesadillas (around $13 after GST) were delicious and of a decent portion - worth the price! I'd go back specifically for those Quesadillas. The decor is also very pretty with lots of artificial flowers and greenery.
There is no queue when I reached the place but no one bring us in to our table even i quote our reservation and one of my friends have already seated in the place. Can understand that due to limited beep they are not able to give one person one but having four people sharing one to place order is not sufficient. At least provide another one for us to order. Service at food counters are good and orderly. Atmosphere there is good for family with kids, friends gathering and celebration. There is live music which make the place more special and pleasant. The food is good and worth the value. Will still go back to the place.