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Let's Go Indoor Picnic, Singapore

PICNIC INDOORS...

Back in Singapore, Andy suggested going to Picnic for our dinner.  For a moment, I was puzzled, then I was told that Picnic is the name of an indoor restaurant at Wisma Atria, I was amazed when I saw the settings and ambiance.  It seems the lighting changes by time and season and there are quite a number of stalls to choose from, Japanese food, Italian, western, asian.... all inside the comfort of an indoor dining eatery under one roof. 

As usual, I was lost for choices... what shall I order here?  After walking round the area, I settled for a plate of beef balls spaghetti.... Andy settled for their special beef burger with fries....
Very nice ambiance... and we settled here in the "garden" for our dinner... 
Andy's Beefger....
My plate of Italian food... 
With meatballs... 
Me and my dinner!
Apple Pie ordered by my girl... 
And the evening was not completed yet... 
As we walked out from the mall, we saw this...
Gelato ice cream!
Alright, a small cup will do... 
Just to satisfy!  

Comments

  1. I love this kind of cozy ambiance! I have bookmarked this place!

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  2. No mention of the prices? Actually, without converting, eating out in Singapore can be quite cheap. Classier places like this one here can be real slaughterhouses.

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  3. Very nice place for makan makan.

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  4. I go for the fries and beef patty! yum yum yum!

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  5. I am very impressed bu this place. It is unusual and looks so good! All the buffets from different countries, it would be so hard to choose!

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  6. Picnic makes me think of the other picnic if you didn't mention indoor picnic...

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  7. I want the meatballs, the interior is really very nice, i like to dine in such cosy place

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  8. Very colourful food court. Food looked good as well.

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