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 in Bugis Junction.
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.
665°F restaurant is a steakhouse perched on top of the Andaz Singapore, a hotel in the Hyatt group. The name is a reference to the temperature of the Pira oven and grill. With set lunch menus priced from $38++ we thought we should give it a try.
Albert Centre Market & Food Centre is at 270 Queen Street but it obviously takes its name from Albert Street, which was named in the 1800s in honour of Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria of England. There is nothing regal about Albert Centre today but Albert Food Centre is a great place in the city to eat like a true blue Singaporean.
Sawadee Thai Cuisine started business in 2001 and moved into its current location at Tan Quee Lan Street at the end of 2013. It has a loyal following and is one of the more popular Thai restaurants in Singapore. Sawadee Thai Cuisine now offers its extensive range of Thai dishes as well as affordable bento, comfort Thai set and sumptuous Thai set for takeaway and delivery.