Sifu @ Bugis Junction, Singapore

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

We were intrigued by the signs of a store in Bugis Junction. For a moment, we wondered if the raunchy scene of old Bugis Street was back – complete with sexy bunnies.

SiFu Bunnery @ Bugis Junction

Alas, Sifu Bunnery was just offering something very common and Singaporean – food. We realised that the Bunnery was a bakery specialising in BBQ pork bun and custard bun. It has a take-away counter for their signature buns as well as a dining section serving a wide array of Hong Kong cafe style food.

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

They have eight reasonably priced signature dishes. We ordered two of them, the Beef Stew Rice ($10.80) and Char Siew Bun ($1.20), plus Soup Noodle with Fried Beancurd Rolls ($9.80), and a Yuzu Cheese Bun ($1.20).

SiFu Menu

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

The food was served promptly and was well presented. We thought the quail egg on the rice was quite a nice touch. We liked the fried beancurd rolls which were crispy and delicious. The buns were soft and fluffy – quite enjoyable.

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

SiFu @ Bugis Junction

We ordered a Custard Banana Roll ($5.80) for dessert. It came with a scoop of coconut ice cream. The elements of the dessert did not combine well, though we enjoyed the ice cream.

On the whole, the food was what we would expect of typical Hong Kong cafe fare – not bad but not great. For everything which Sifu offers, we can probably find a better alternative somewhere nearby. However, with its reasonable prices and pleasant modern environment, it is a place we will consider if we want a quick simple meal in a comfortable setting.

Sifu @ Bugis Junction

Ratings:
Food : 3
Service: 3
Value : 3
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs
3 Tops

 

SiFu
#01-69 Bugis Junction
200 Victoria Street
Singapore 188021

Tel : +65 6337 7616

Nearby Station: Bugis

 

#Street fact – Victoria Street was named after Queen Victoria who was born in 1819, the year modern Singapore was founded.

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