If you enjoy Singaporean food then you should definitely pay a visit to the Bugis Singaporean Street Food.
Located along Nicanor Roxas Street, right between Banawe and Biak na Bato in Quezon City, this is a place which serves delectable dishes from Singapore cuisine, at very reasonable prices.
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There is such a nice variety of items to choose from that you will most probably end up being spoiled for choice, and bound to visit again shortly after you go.
This is what many people who dined at the Bugis Singaporean Street Food said, along with their highly positive reviews of their dining experience.
It seems that the Crunchy Tofu with mushroom, the Haianese Chicken, the Singapore Laksa, the Lobster rolls and the Fried Tofu are some of the most popular items on their menu.
Full with flavors and with well sized portions, the dishes served at the Bugis Singaporean Street Food will surely quieten your rumbling stomach as well as tantalize your taste buds.
Were it not for the fact that you will most probably end up full up, you will be willing to try out many other items just so to enjoy the awesome taste of each dish served here.
Bugis Singapore Street Food
Address: Philippines, 78 Nicanor Roxas Street, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Phone:(02) 245 2806
Operating hours: 9AM–12AM
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