Bugis Junction is one of the most vibrant and popular shopping malls in Singapore. It is also a food destination with a wide range of F&B outlets. Here is The Ordinary Patrons (TOP) List of Bugis Junction Restaurants & Cafes which we hope will be useful as a food guide if you are deciding what to eat at Bugis Junction.
Casuarina Curry Restaurant is best known for their roti prata, but their menu is extensive. Fish head curry, bryani, thosai, murtabak are all available at this simple restaurant off Upper Thomson in the northern part of Singapore. We were there for a carbo and curry overloaded lunch recently.
Big Fish Small Fish is a fish and chips shop – differentiating itself from traditional fish & chips outlets by offering crisps instead of chips. The home grown casual restaurant also offers a selection of different fish to choose from.
We had a coffee break at Fun Toast Coffeehouse recently. Brands like Killiney and Ya Kun are names which come to mind when we think of a simple kaya toast and coffee break. But Fun Toast seems to have an interesting story to tell and it now has 30 outlets all over Singapore.
The hotel may not be big but there are separate Capitol Kempinski restaurants that focus on Thai, German, Spanish, Italian, Singapore, American, European and Japanese cuisines. It is an interesting place to eat near City Hall MRT, especially for lunch on a rainy day in Singapore.