Hanis Cafe & Bakery

Hanis Cafe & Bakery

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The HungryGoWhere team is here to help you. Listed below are this eatery's available take-away and delivery options.

Delivery:
Hanis Cafe & Bakery is offering delivery via the following options:
https://food.grab.com/sg/en/restaurant/hanis-plq-mall-delivery/4-CZDKEJMHAJUVTT
https://www.foodpanda.sg/restaurant/x6fw/hanis-paya-lebar-

Take-away:
Hanis Cafe & Bakery has no take-away options.

Hanis offers some of the best Western and Asian Cuisine serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family, large groups, catching up with friends and colleagues. From Superburger to Ham and Egg Ciabatta Sandwich, its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.

This restaurant is locatedalong Paya Lebar Road and few minutes away fromPaya Lebar MRT station. What started out as a simple bakery and confectionery has grown into a full restaurant chain, serving affordable meals in a casual ambience. The extensive menu has many local and Western favourites, with good-value set meals.MUST TRIES: Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Grilled Fish Set, Cakes, Pies, Club Sandwich, Chicken and Mushroom Omelette.

Hours:

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

Address:
10 Paya Lebar Road, #B2-18 Plq Mall

Cuisine:
Asian, Halal, International, Western



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