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Good ambiance, food and good place for kids and family.
Great experience, kids enjoyed themselves very much! Thank you. 🙂
Nice place with live singing. Ordered the rosti with prawns. Hopefully there will be more varieties of food there in future.
The restaurant is super pretty! The two dishes we got from the rosti store were quite yummy, but the food in general seems rather overpriced. It wasn't too crowded when we visited on a weekend.
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.
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.
Picnic is a beautiful place - one with a huge variety of food too. From Pizza to Pasta to Burgers, there's something for everyone here. Prices are on the high side and servings could be bigger, but I am sure to return!
Picnic's automation in the payment check out is easy to use. Their staff actively cleared the trays and cleaned tables to make it a pleasure eating experience. We tried Omakase Burgers which were the best burgers we tasted in Singapore - closest in taste to New York's Shake Shack.
Great concept. It was very busy after 7pm on a Friday so I’m not the only one who thinks so. Good range of food options available and I like the minimum fuss service as you’re less likely to be disappointed. Play area caters for older children rather than young ones which is novel and great for ya as our kids are 10. But on the flip side it is a popular area so your kids may not get a look in unless you go at a less busy time.