Bugis Street Brasserie

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South Kensington
Bugis Street was a Singapore tourist nightspot renowned for its parade of transsexual women. This hotel brasserie, with tourists the only diners on our visit, more closely resembles a Singaporean coffee shop, with gold ceiling fans, marble-topped tables, bird cages and muzak. The menu has a Chinese and Singaporean slant, but dishes weren’t impressive: chicken satay, not chargrilled but pan-fried and then skewered, was poor; stir-fried king prawns with tamarind sauce were bland. Better was the seafood ho fun, featuring fresh seafood and reasonable flat rice noodles. Our sago dessert seemed to be made with brown rather than palm sugar, and the service was occasionally as inattentive as the kitchen. A less than overwhelming experience.
Venue name: Bugis Street Brasserie
Contact:
Address: Millennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre
London
SW7 4LH
Cross street: 4-18 Harrington Gardens
Opening hours: Meals served noon-11.30pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: South Kensington tube
Price: Set lunch £6.90 2 courses, £7.90 3 courses. Set dinner £9.90 2 courses, £10.90 3 courses.

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Jo

Looking for authentic good singaporean cuisine in London? Look no further than Bugis Street! Tucked away in a hotel in Gloucester Road, you will find it full of Singaporeans, which can only be a good thing! Chicken Rice and the peking duck is amazing! Hokkien rice was only so-so. Tastecard gives 50% off. I will definitely come back as I'm craving some Nasi Lemak!!!