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All good and scrumptious, as usual. The restaurant does not offer the possibility to take away the extra food which is a shame. Food waste is a big issue and good restaurants should make sure they do not participate in this, rather they should show the way. If one or two disgraceful kiasu clients have tried to bring the restaurant to court for supposedly being food-sick the day after (which was the reason offered by our MD for refusing to pack our food) then True Blue could ask to sign a disclosure.
It's Halal, which is great to know for future reference when we have Muslim friends for meals
We really enjoyed ourervice was very good and attentive, food was great.
We enjoyed very much at a good atmosphere. Peranakan ambience.very tasty food.
We enjoyed our night at true blue immensely.We were greeted ,seated and treated promptly and given an excellent friendly and humorous run down about the food and suggested choices.There was no coercion into specific dishes or drinks and with the collaboration with of our waiter our dishes were memorable and mouth watering .Starting with the pickles and prawn crackers,cleansing tea followed by a tasty king prawn curry and chicken and black nut with a delicious gravy
Plus: Delicious Peranakan-cuisine. Tastes like home-made, familiar, grandmother-cooked. I really would like to taste their dishes again. Directly next to the Peranakan museum: so you could combine both visits to a Peranakan-something. Minus: The rest of the experience is unfortunately also unlike a restaurant. The service is making an effort, but doesn't act professionally. The interior has come in the years and gives the impression of sitting amidst a flea market. The architecture itself is nice: old shophouse-style.
Not really value for money. Charging fine dining price but extremely small portions. As a comparison, a normal dish at Pan Pacific Hotel Hai Tien Lo or Mandarin Hotel Chinese restaurants (both are Chinese fine dining restaurants) charges around $26-$30 per dish. It's about the same cost at True Blue but the food portion is extremely small. I ordered their chilli pawn dish, there are only 3 small pawns served. I had the black nuts chicken dish and there are only 3 small size of chickens. I would say it's only enough for a small eater of 2 ladies or just 1 normal person per dish. I recommend going to "The Peranakan Restaurant Singapore" at Orchard (Claymore Connect Mall) instead.
The ambience is great, food is good especially the chap chye, ngoc hiang and oyster omelette that suits my taste. We took a group picture after the dinner at their private room. Will definitely come again.
Great food, great atmosphere, great service. I was perhaps fortunate to be there at a time when the restaurant was pretty empty, but I expect the service would be great always. Definitely planning to return.
It was just past 9pm and my friend has not finished his main course when a senior waiter requested to clear it, I stopped him from doing so and he promptly reminded us that the restaurant closes at 9.30pm. Deserts were subsequently served while my friend is still eating the main! After dinner, we requested to visit the piano room and a junior waiter who showed us in was constantly tapping his fingers against a wooden board to display his impatience. All in all, food was reasonable, but service by the two waiters were far from being hospitable.