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Located at what was once the Officer Mess of Gillman Barracks and later Gillman Camp was Warung Frangipani, or Bali Seafood or Little Bali where affordable Thai, Balinese, Chinese cuisine were being served in tze char style.

The Gillman Barracks was originally a British military camp until 1971 when it was handed over to SAF and renamed Gillman Camp. It was the headquarters of the Singapore Combat Engineers and it also housed the School of Combat Engineers.

There was a huge variety of set meals to choose from ranging from Thai Grilled Fish to Thai Hokkien Mee etc. The price ranges from $4.50- $6. They also offer platters for groups to share.
Thai Mango Grilled Fish ($4.50). The dish was like a Thai rendition of the Chinese Sweet and Sour Fish. It was very delicious. The skin was crispy and the interior was soft. The dish goes very well with the Mango salsa or relish?
Overall, Warung Frangipani is a decent place for a meal. It was very crowded in the afternoon due to the lunch crowd and we had to share table with another group. The place is quite nice if you are into the colonial style environment with historical colonial structures. It is a decent place to have a meal after a walk around HortPark or Telok Blangah Hill and affordable one too compared to the nearby KHA which charge four times as much for a Pineapple Rice.

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15 May 2013 08:55:03
Located at what was once the Officer Mess of Gillman Barracks and later Gillman Camp was Warung Frangipani, or Bali Seafood or Little Bali where affordable Thai, Balinese, Chinese cuisine were being served in tze char style. The Gillman Barracks was originally a British military camp until 1971 when it was handed over to SAF and renamed Gillman Camp. It was the headquarters of the Singapore Combat Engineers and it also housed the School of Combat Engineers. There was a huge variety of set meals to choose from ranging from Thai Grilled Fish to Thai Hokkien Mee etc. The price ranges from $4.50- $6. They also offer platters for groups to share. Thai Mango Grilled Fish ($4.50). The dish was like a Thai rendition of the Chinese Sweet and Sour Fish. It was very delicious. The skin was crispy and the interior was soft. The dish goes very well with the Mango salsa or relish? Overall, Warung Frangipani is a decent place for a meal. It was very crowded in the afternoon due to the lunch crowd and we had to share table with another group. The place is quite nice if you are into the colonial style environment with historical colonial structures. It is a decent place to have a meal after a walk around HortPark or Telok Blangah Hill and affordable one too compared to the nearby KHA which charge four times as much for a Pineapple Rice.
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