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What to Eat at Bugis Singapore

What to Eat at Bugis Singapore

Bugis is a Singaporean district located in the central region of the island. The district is known for its cultural diversity, with a large number of Malay, Indian, and Chinese residents. Bugis also has a large number of food stalls and restaurants, serving a variety of dishes from all over the world. Here are some of the best places to eat in Bugis.

What to Eat at Bugis Singapore

#1 – Clinton Street Baking Company

Introduction: When chef-husband & wife, Neil Kleinberg and DeDe Lahman, opened Clinton Street Baking Company in New York City, their only mission was to make the best baked goods in the city, hand-mixed in small batches. But soon the local and international recognition stumbled in, and murmurs of Neil’s simple yet delicious omelets, sandwiches and soups moved people to cluster — then crowd — the block. New York Magazine voted Neil’s blueberry pancakes best in the city (twice!).

Fast forward to today, the culinary splendor has made its way across the Atlantic to Singapore.

Menu Items:

  • Buttermilk Biscuit Sandwich (Price $19)
  • Brioche French Toast (Price $20)
  • Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter (Price $21)
  • Black Angus Cheeseburger (Price $25)
  • Chicken & Waffles (Price $22)

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Location: 31 Purvis St, Singapore 188608

Contact: 9654 6822

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – The Masses

Introduction: The Masses is a Franco-Asian restaurant serving honest, good food that Monsieur, Mademoiselle and Ah Ma will love. French food with a distinctly Asian touch and without the fine-dining ‘paiseh-ness’. Every dish is a careful curation of French and Asian flavors. Local produce is processed by hand and, the menu changes every 4 months, their produce revolves around the European season using its ingredients at its peak.

Menu Items:

  • Foie Gras (Price $26.90)
  • C&C&C&C Pasta (Mains) (Price $27.40)
  • Char Siew Lamb Rib (Price $19.70)
  • Make Your Own (Kueh Pie Tee) (Price $9.90)

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Location: 85 Beach Road #01-02 Singapore 189694

Contact: 6266 0061

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Nutmeg & Clove

Introduction: Founded by industry veteran Colin Chia, Nutmeg & Clove is a restaurant & cocktail bar that pays homage to Singapore’s rich history with their Modern Singapore Cuisine and progressive cocktail program.

Taking great pride in Singapore’s history and progression from colonial outpost to modern metropolis, Nutmeg & Clove reinterprets classic dishes and cocktails with a Singaporean inflection. With every taste, visitors will learn or re-visit different elements of Singapore.

Menu Items:

  • Frank’s Hi Balls (Price $15)
  • Smoky Old Fashioned (Price $15)
  • Lychee Martini (Price $11)
  • Ondeh Ondeh Highball (Price $15)
  • Tsing Tao @[email protected] Draft (Bottle) (Price $11)
  • Buronga Hill Sauvignon Blanc (Price 11)

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Location: 8 Purvis St, Singapore 188587

Contact: 9389 9301

Website: Website Link Here


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#4 – Typhoon Cafe Bugis+

Introduction: Its name “台风” (which also means Typhoon) is an abbreviation of “台湾风味” which means Taste of Taiwan and it aims to do exactly that – bring a slice of Taiwan to our little red dot. Its casual unpretentious restaurant is perfect for Taiwanese food lovers; one no longer has to endure “夜市” crowds and compromise sleep to get a Taiwan food fix. Its menu comprises flavours of Taiwan from ‘Lu Rou Fan’, Oyster Omelette, and Golden Chicken Fritters to its obsession for artisan fruit teas, bubble milk teas and intricately made desserts such as its soufflé creations.

Drop by one of their outlet to try today.

Menu Items:

  • Chilli Oil Dumpling (Price $9.50)
  • Typhoon Momofuku Bun (Price $13.50)
  • Oyster Omelette (Price $10.50)
  • Crabmeat Scrambled Egg White with tobiko (Price $13.90)
  • Panko Canadian Pork Chop with Egg Fried Rice (Price 14.50)

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Location: 201 Victoria St, #04-08 Bugis+, Singapore 188067

Contact: 6369 0897

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#5 – Sawadee Thai Cuisine

Introduction: Pioneering Thai cuisine locally in 2001, Sawadee Thai Cuisine has grown from strength to strength, and in 2013, they’ve moved to a more upscale location in Bugis. Since then, Sawadee Thai Cuisine have been consistently in the top 5 Thai restaurants in Singapore, an achievement that they are truly honoured and proud of.

Menu Items:

  • Crabmeat Springrolls – 5 pieces (Price $18)
  • Thai Style Fish Cakes – 5 pieces (Price $18)
  • Pomelo Salad (Price $16 – $24)
  • Papaya Salad (Price $12 – $18)

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Location: 9 Tan Quee Lan Street, TQL Suites #01-01, Singapore 188098

Contact: 6238 6833

Website: Website Link Here



#6 – Ginett

Introduction: Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar is a bistro-style French restaurant in the heart of Singapore’s Arts District. A go-to destination for any French food lovers looking for a relaxed dining experience in Singapore, it is the ideal spot to mix, mingle and make new friends in the city. Helmed by famed Chef de Cuisine, Sylvain Royer, Ginett offers a menu that puts a contemporary and seasonal twist on classic French cuisine.

Ginett’s menu includes premium charcoal-grilled and dry-aged meats, fresh seafood including French oysters, imported cold cuts and French AOC cheese, as well as an extensive French wine list with wines starting at $6 per glass. Located along Middle Road, this stylish dining spot boasts an eye-catching design featuring high ceilings, communal tables, private booths and friendly vibes.

Menu Items:

  • Parisian Breakfast (Price $28)
  • Beef Tartare ‘à la Montmartre’ (Price $27)
  • Lamb Shank (Price $36)
  • Scottish Salmon (Price $30)

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Location: Hotel G Singapore, 200 Middle Road, Singapore

Contact: 6809 7989

Website: Website Link Here


#7 – Earlybird

Introduction: “Earlybird Café is a ‘bird-themed’ café that is still in its soft launch phase. I also found out that the café is opened by the same people behind the ever-popular Revelry Cafe in Upper Bukit Timah! I walked in on a quiet Wednesday afternoon and instantly fell in love with Earlybird’s simple, yet elegant, decor. Looking at its open dining area and artistic bird nest installations hanging from the high ceilings, I immediately felt relaxed.” – MissTamChiak.com

Menu Items:

  • Chicken and Pancakes (Price $19)
  • Crumbed Eggs on Toast (Price $18)
  • Salmon and Avo (Price $22)
  • Chilli Scramble (Price $18)

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Location: 17 Jln Pinang, Singapore 199149

Contact: 9788 6856

Website: Website Link Here


#8 – Chikuyotei Singapore

Introduction: Chikuyotei is a Japanese fine-dining chain specialising in Unagi (Japanese Eel) and Omakase. Their dishes embody a longstanding tradition of perfection which originates from the year 1851.

They were also the first Unagi restaurant in Japan to be awarded the Michelin Star.

Menu Items:

  • Broiled Eel with teriyaki sauce on rice (Aichi) (Price $42 – $98)
  • Lunch Chef’s Omakase Course – 6 dishes (Price $128)
  • Unagi Lunch Course (Price $128- $208)
  • Unagi Kabayaki Set (Price $68 – $98)

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Location: 80 Middle Rd, #01-01 InterContinental Singapore, Singapore 188966

Contact: 6825 1064

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#9 – So France

Introduction: SO France is a modern French bistro and gourmet store concept that brings a spark of joie de vivre to Singapore since 2018.

Menu Items:

  • Souris d’Agneau / Braised Lamb Shank (Price $36)
  • Quinoa Salad (Price $20)
  • Monseiur Croq’ (Price $22)
  • Creme Brule (Price $12)

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Location: 7 Fraser Street Duo Galleria #01-51/56 Bugis MRT, Singapore 189356

Contact: 6909 6449

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#10 – Gunther’s

Introduction: Situated in the uptown district of Purvis Street, Gunther’s introduces modern-chic sophistication to the fine dining scene of French cuisine. A unique restaurant whose namesake resonates the charm and personality of its owner, Chef Gunther Hubrechsen, its ambience and culinary signatures encapsulate the passion of a man’s dream—a place which serves contemporary yet authentic French cuisine that feels right at home.

Gunther’s provides its guests with an exquisite ambience that exudes luxury and nostalgia. Open, curvilinear and asymmetrical, its interior is reminiscent of the Art Nouveau aesthetics of the 19th century, which had humble beginnings in Belgium, the birthplace of Chef Gunther.


The decor draws inspiration from nature and incorporates the ethos of its owner into the restaurant space, using curved silhouettes and raw oak wooden finishes that highlight the layers of the wood elements and details of construction, mirroring the core of Chef Gunther’s cooking philosophy.

The restaurant accommodates up to 25 customers in its main dining room, with two separate private rooms for closed-door functions of two up to 38 persons.  Guests can also relax and enjoy a selection of champagne at our petite yet elegant bar.

Come savour the taste of France and the flavours of modern French cuisine.

Menu Items:

  • Steamed Brittany artichoke, classic vinaigrette dressing (Price $38)
  • Seared toro, bay leaf (Price $65)
  • Toro carpaccio or tartare, pilaf rice (Price $65)
  • Tartare flavoured carpaccio of Saga Wagyu striploin on crispy potato (Price $45)

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Location: 36 Purvis St, #01-03, Singapore 188613

Contact: 9010 3075

Website: Website Link Here


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