Every year, the Bras Basah district turns into a fantasy wonderland during the Singapore Night Festival. Experience Singapore through the neon light displays of our iconic landmarks coupled with artistic expressions at the familiar spaces of Bugis. While the displays are captivating, a growling stomach ain’t that pleasant.

So fill your your stomachs at our favourite restaurants before you head over to the Singapore Night Festival!

  • Dates: 23 – 31 August 2019
  • Timing: 7.30pm – 12am
  • Venue: Bras Basah, Bugis

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LeNu (Bugis Junction)

hot bowl of noodles with beef broth and beef cud's
Image Credit: LeNu | Braised Wagyu Beef Noodle

If you’ve tried beef noodles in Taiwan, you’d know how good it is. The beef noodles at LeNu is just as amazing and reminiscent of your Taiwan journey. The broth is simmered using beef marrow, bones and other ingredients for over 18 hours to achieve that perfect taste. Rich in protein and collagen, this bowl of goodness is worth your every cent, especially when they are reasonably priced.

  • Address: 200 Victoria St, #B1-22 Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
  • Budget: S$10.50 – S$15.90 per bowl
  • Website

Kogane Yama (Bugis Junction)

grilled salmon with half boiled egg rice bowl
Image Credit: Kogane Yama | Salmon Teriyaki Don

Chirashi, Tendon, Gyudon, you’ve heard them all. And Kogane Yama has managed to perfect each of them. Health junkies can go for the Chirashi Don that is considerably healthier than the Tendon. But there’s something mesmerizing about the fried ingredients that makes you wanna go back for more.

  • Address: 200 Victoria St, #02-50 Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
  • Budget: S$9.90 – S$14.90 per bowl
  • Website

Chir Chir (Bugis Junction)

fried whole chicken with dipping sauce and sides
Image Credit: Chir Chir | Spring Chicken

Originating from Seoul, Chir Chir has brought signature Korean chicken dishes to our shores. More importantly, Korean fried chicken. Its innovative honey butter fried chicken, or the old but good crispy fried chicken has been a hit. Have it with some beer for the full “Chimaek” experience, which literally means Chicken and Maekju (beer in Korean)!

  • Address: 200 Victoria St, #02-50 Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
  • Budget: ~S$28.90 per dish
  • Website

TONO Cevicheria (DUO Galleria)

full table of Peru dishes
Image Credit: TONO Cevicheria

The first-ever Cevicheria in Asia, TONO offers authentic ceviche, the national dish of Peru. The bold flavours of ceviche are representative of free-spirited Peru and are served using only the freshest ingredients. Paired with salsa, and a myriad of spices, dining at TONO is bound to bring joy, satisfaction, a lot of heart and of course, electrifying ceviche.

  • Address: 7 Fraser St, #01-49/50 Duo Galleria, Singapore 189356
  • Budget: S$22 – S$34 per dish
  • Website

Rocku Yakiniku (Bugis+)

entrance to japanese restaurant
Image Credit: Rocku Yakiniku | Bugis+

An upbeat and funky restaurant at Bugis+, ROCKU Yakiniku brings fresh ideas to an otherwise traditional Yakiniku joint. Enjoy modern entertainment while savouring premium cuts of beef to pork and chicken. There’s no better place to enjoy the Japanese pop culture while experiencing charcoal grilled meat at the same time.

  • Address: 201 Victoria St, #04-06 Bugis+, Singapore 188067
  • Budget: $29.90+
  • Website

Joo Bar (Tan Queen Lan Street)

two tacos on steel plate
Image Credit: Joo Bar | Tacos

Located along the charming streets of Tan Quee Lan in a heritage shophouse, Joo Bar‘s space is sleek, casual and inviting. A modern Korean restaurant and Makgeolli bar, this place is perfect for lovers of Korean culture and food. Dip into modern Korean bites and creative drinks in a space that is relaxed and yet edgy, perfect to chill at after work!

  • Address: 5 Tan Quee Lan St, Singapore 188094
  • Budget: S$20 – S$48 per dish
  • Website

Saveur (Purvis Street)

duck confit with sauce on mash potatoes
Image Credit: Saveur | Duck Confit

Famous for their signature Saveur Pasta and Duck Confit, Saveur is the epitome of fine French dining at an affordable price. Located in a shophouse, the ambience at Saveur is relaxed and perfect for winding down after a busy day at work. While you can order a la carte dishes, I recommend going for the Lunch or Dinner Set to get the full French dining experience.

  • Address: 5 Purvis St, #01-04, Singapore 188584
  • Budget
    • Lunch Set: $24++ per pax
    • Dinner set: $38++ per pax
  • Website

Yhingthai Palace (Purvis Street)

orange fishcake with cilantro and chilli
Image Credit: Yhingthai Palace | Thai Fish Cake

We’ve got the perfect solution for those struggling to find authentic Thai food in Singapore. Awarded the coveted Michelin Bib Gourmand Award twice, Yhingthai Palace has been around Singapore for a long time. You’ll be glad to find comfort Thai food such as Tom Yum Seafood Soup and Mango Sticky Rice while trying out their modern renditions of traditional Thai dishes.

  • Address: 36 Purvis St, #01-04, Singapore 188613
  • Budget: S$15 – S$30
  • Website

Boulangerie Asanoya (Queen Street)

European style hard bread and pretzels
Image Credit: Boulangerie Asanoya | Assorted Bread

Established in 1933 in Japan, Boulangerie Asanoya has franchised into many different countries and integrated bread into the Japanese food culture. In Singapore, specialities like the Pandan Kaya Almond Croissant and Tea Latte Bread with Yuzu Peels are well-liked by the majority. The ambience at the outlet on Queen Street is also perfect for a morning coffee to kickstart your busy day ahead!

  • Address: 15 Queen St, #01-03, Singapore 188537
  • Budget: below S$5.00
  • Website

myEureka Snack Bar (Raffles City)

cheese popcorn on a wooden board
Image Credit: myEureka | Cheese flavoured popcorn

myEureka is all about that Eureka moment when you taste their popcorn. With unique flavours and dedicated to producing quality snack for their customers, myEureka believes there’s a flavour for everyone out there!

  • Address: #B1-K10 (outside RC Market Place Supermarket Checkout), 252 North Bridge Road Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
  • Budget: S$7.50 – S$15.00
  • Website

Jack’s Place (Bras Basah Complex)

flame fired steak on hot plate
Image Credit: Jack’s Place | Fire Steak

The search for authentic British food in Singapore isn’t easy but Jack’s Place is always my personal favourite for comfort food. They serve one of the best steaks on a hot plate that is suitable for a family meal. Their homey ambience has created many memories for Singaporeans growing up in the early 2000s and will always be a crowd favourite.

  • Address: Bras Basah Complex, Blk 231 Bain Street, #01-01, SIngapore 180231
  • Budget: S$9.90 – S$16.90 (Set Lunch)
  • Website

American Taproom (Waterloo Street)

five different kinds of craft beers
Image Credit: American Taproom | Craft Beers

Backed by a team of certified beer enthusiasts, American Taproom knows the importance of a good beer. There are only 5 Certified Level 2 Cicerones in Singapore and this place holds 3. So you can be sure that there is nothing but the best beers here for some good time.

  • Address: 261 Waterloo Street, #01-23, Singapore 180261
  • Budget: ~S$24 for Entrée
  • Website

Do note that ticketing charges apply for selected programmes at Singapore Night Festival 2019.

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