Bugis Street Brasserie
Bugis Street Brasserie

Bugis Street Brasserie

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.millenniumhotels.com/
  • Phone: 2136241100x
  • Hours of Operation:
    Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 9:30pm
  • Payment Options: AMEX,Carte Blanche,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: Malaysian, Asian, Chinese
  • Executive Chef: Horace He
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine

Getting there

  • Cross Street: 5th Steet
  • Public Transit: Pershing Square on the Red Line
  • Parking: Valet
  • Parking Details: Bugis Street Brasserie guests are welcome to valet park at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel for $6 for the first three hours and $4.50 for every 15 minutes thereafter. Restaurant validates.
A word from Bugis Street Brasserie
Serves authentic Singaporean, Chinese and Malaysian specialties infused with flavors of the Archipelago and capturing the spirit of the legendary seafaring merchants for which Bugis Street Brasserie is named.

Four private dining rooms are available for private dining serving six to 30, and large-party menus are available with advance reservations. The menu features fresh seafood, chicken, pork, beef and vegetables served with or on fried rice, rice noodles, vermicelli noodles or chicken broth.

The split-level Bugis Street Brasserie is designed for comfort and warm camaraderie among business associates, friends and family. With brasserie-style high ceilings, the upper level features inviting natural light. The décor throughout offers a casual feel with a refinished wood floor and black and white artwork featuring authentic street scenes from the real Bugis Street in Singapore. Express lunch, leisurely dinner and to-go menus available.
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Bugis Street Brasserie reviews from OpenTable diners
1 reviews since June 24, 2014
Overall Rating3
  • Food3
  • Ambiance3
    Noise LevelModerate
100% of reviewers would recommend this restaurant to a friend.
  • Not good.
    Dined on 1/20/2014
    The $15 lobster ramen was not good. Though a lot of lobster but unfortunately the mushy frozen kind and the broth didn't taste good either. I wouldn't go back.
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  • Nothing Special
    Dined on 11/22/2013
    We went because we could't get into other spots we wanted to go to before the ballet at the Ahmanson. The menu was OK, but the food was really pretty similar to an upscale Panda Express. I had a Ramen soup which was fairly bland and the meat was served separately and it didn't really go with the broth and was like an odd add-on. My wife had a sweet chicken, and it wasn't any better than you get at any typical fast food Chinese place. Add to all of this, there was an odd moment where they sat us, then asked us to move for a larger party that had reserved the spot near the window (which we weren't really bother by, but that staff kept apologizing for)...What was really lame was that the party by the window never showed up!
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    • Noise LevelQuiet