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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
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You’ve got to love the assortment of eclectic offerings in Duxton, save those of a more seedy nature, and one of its newest babies is Group Therapy. Don’t let the name throw you off; just venture up the stairs of this non-descript two-storey shophouse and you’ll find yourself in a “collective lifestyle space” that has a lot going for it.

Courtesy of owners Deborah Oh and Phyllis Yeo, aside from the aesthetic aspect of it, the venue also plays host to events such as TEDx’s The Stuff of Life. Plus, it’s home to a café with a trim food and drinks menu. Expect to find bites like homemade wholemeal bagel with cream cheese ($4.50) and turkey breast panini stuffed with spicy guacamole and red cabbage, accompanied by salad and crisps ($15), as well as beverages including macchiato ($4.50), and Trappistes Rochefort and Coedo beers (from $12).

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Events Happening at Group Therapy
Venture up the stairs of this nondescript two-storey shophouse to a café with a trim food and drinks menu including morning meals like poached eggs with hollandaise and smoked salmon ($16).
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Phone: 6222-2554 / 9173-4590
Group Therapy, #02-01 49 Duxton Rd., Singapore, 089513 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Tanjong Pagar

Opening Hours:

Tue-Thu 11am-6pm; Fri 11am-11pm; Sat 11am-10pm; Sun 10am-6pm



Open Since:

June, 2011
Takeaway available
Group Therapy
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