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Dine in, dine out at Bugis Town – it’s up to you

Partake in The Joy Of Good Eats at Bugis Town happening till September 26

Time Out Singapore in partnership with Bugis Town
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Food from Singapore hails from everywhere – and while that is being championed widely at the Singapore Food Festival, it is at Bugis Town where it is being celebrated for a month. At The Joy Of Good Eats campaign in Bugis Town – that’s Bugis Junction, Bugis+ and Bugis Street – all things food take centrestage from August 27 to September 26. If you happen to be in the area, here are some reasons to stick around – and if you’re hungry and putting out the feelers on what to eat next, a trip to Bugis Town will satiate your hunger. 

For more details and deals, check out more information on The Joy Of Good Eats

It's a foodie wonderland
Photograph: Butter Studio

It's a foodie wonderland

Make Bugis Town your food stop when you’re in the city. As an official partner of the Singapore Food Festival, it’s only right that Bugis Town is a melting pot of a variety of restaurants and casual eateries. From communal dining spots to feast with (fully vaccinated) family and friends to snack stalls for a quick bite and takeaway, you’ll never go hungry in Bugis Town. 

Exclusive local flavours
Photograph: Typhoon Café

Exclusive local flavours

As part of The Joy Of Good Eats, visitors to Bugis Town can enjoy exclusively curated local dishes at participating outlets. Ramen lovers can try the locally themed Salted Egg Tendon at Ramen Champion or be the first to try two new flavours – satay chicken and curry chicken – at Jinjjia Korean BBQ. Keep it old school and test your tastebuds with a sambal ang ku kueh at Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh or partake in their ang ku kueh making workshop. Over at Typhoon Café, try the exclusive local delights menu featuring familiar flavours like Typhoon egg fried rice, ondeh ondeh cake and bubble milk tea. Have fun trying out the exclusively curated local flavours and deals available at the participating outlets.

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Delectable deals
Photograph: Pratunam Plus

Delectable deals

On top of exclusive local flavours, feast on the list of dining deals at Bugis Town. Everyone's favourite yoghurt stand Llao Llao will be dishing out bundle deals including two llaoba for $8.90 or one llaoba and a llaofloat for $8.90. Enjoy 50 percent off the popular braised pork knuckle with a minimum spend of $30 at Pratunam Plus. Other exciting and delicious food deals include a 10 percent discount with a purchase of $25 and more, and a free drink with every purchase of Beni-Chazuke (salmon bouillabaisse on rice) at Marutama Ramen. 

Supersized rewards

It pays to be a CapitaStar member if you’re an enthusiastic foodie. Earn 5X STARS®* for every $5 spent at any F&B outlet at Bugis Town. Go forth and start collecting points to enjoy amazing dining experiences in the area. 

*For Bugis Street transactions, shoppers have to link their CapitaStar and DBS PayLah! account and make a payment via DBS payment modes. Other terms and conditions apply.

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Communal dining
Photograph: Suki-Ya

Communal dining

Feeling hungry after a long day at school? Grab your group of closest friends (make sure everyone is fully vaccinated!) and enjoy the After School Shabu-Shabu Buffet at Suki-Ya. Prices start from only $16.90. 

Freebies for all
Photograph: Bugis Town

Freebies for all

What is a festival without freebies? As part of the Explore The City Food Hunt, you can receive a limited edition Singapore Food Festival Tote Bag with a minimum of three receipts from participating stores at Bugis Town, Clarke Quay, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City from August 27 to September 12. Each receipt has to include an exclusive Singapore Food Festival curated item and is limited to the first 250 redemptions at each customer service counter at Bugis Junction, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City.

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Make and eat your kueh
Photograph: Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh

Make and eat your kueh

Of course, not everything at The Joy Of Good Eats is about eating. Take a break from savouring the best of F&B at Bugis Town and join in on some activities and workshops offered like the Make Your Own Ang Ku Kueh Workshop organised by Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh. The child-friendly event will get the whole family getting hands-on and busy with their little creations.

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