Bugis Singapore Street Food

78 Nicanor Roxas St., Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Bugis Singapore Street Food
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4.5 Stars

75 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 30
  • 4 stars 36
  • 3 stars 7
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 0
  • 99 Reviews
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Category:
Singaporean
Business Hours
Open: 8:00a - 12:00a
Phone
+6322452806

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Jayne Marie W.
4.0 Stars
2

If you are looking for a place to host a casual meal with family or friends who are fond of Singaporean cuisine, Bugis Singapore Street Food will surely not let you down.

It's a type of hole-in-the-wall restaurant that fits the description of most hawker-style stalls comfortably. Its interior design is simple and seamless, with splashes of bright orange, yellow, and green on walls and seats.

Singaporean Laksa
Loved this! The soup was thick and creamy. And it's filled with fish cakes, fish balls, shrimp and eggs. Everything in it tastes good. Bugis is known for their Laksa so this is definitely a must order. 

Other exciting and interesting entrees are as follows: 

Satay, Chicken Chops and Nasi Goreng Rice

The place looked unassuming but not pale. It was surprisingly still full even when it was already 8:30pm when we visited for late dinner. I figured that this was a good indication that dishes are really palatable and in demand.

For the price-conscious, we felt that the items are appropriately priced in accordance to the portion and quality of food. Serving sizes are good for sharing but I can say that it's good for two (2) people only.

So get ready for some delicious Singaporean dishes without having to hustle for it! 128523128523128523

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Jomarie A.
4.0 Stars
3

My mom wanted to eat out last Sunday, and we decided to go to Banawe for lunch. I'm glad our place is strategically located near a couple of malls, and that it's relatively easy to commute to different places when we eant to eat out.

After browsing through some food reviews, I finally decided on Bugis -- since I have long wanted to compare which cooks better Laksa: Shiok Shiok or Bugis? 128533

When we arrived, we were courteously ushered to our seats, and here's what we ordered:

✅ SINGAPORE LAKSA (Php 250) - 11088110881108811088
When we were served with this, I immediately noticed that the serving size was not as big. Though, I was fairly pleased that there were a lot of toppings in the form of seafood, as well as the various balls and rolls usually used for shabu shabu. I was initially surprised at the spiciness level of their laksa, I actually enjoyed how the creaminess of the coconut milk contrasted the spice. The soup was addictingly flavorful! 128525 The noodles were cooked perfectly, and my mom liked it a lot.

✅ NUM NUMS ON STICKS (Php 35 each) - 110881108811088
For this, we had the following num nums:
🔸TIGER ROLLS - I did not like this that much. These were squid rolls, and were quite bland and had nothing special in them.
🔸LOBSTER BALLS - It had the right level of seafood-y taste, and were really plump and fresh.
🔸CRAB EGG ROLLS - This was just okay, nothing special -- but I liked this better than the tiger rolls.
🔸SCALLOPS - I loved this! 128525128525128525 I'll just get this next time. 3 pcs per stick is quite bitin for me though! 🙁
Their num nums are just 2 to 3 pcs per stick, and I find it quite expensive... I guess you'll just have to choose which ones are worth getting. 128513 They have a sauce in each table for this, and has a taste similar to that of the fishball sauce from street vendors. 128515

Overall, the food was good, but serving sizes may still be improved. But for less than Php 400, my mom and I were fairly satisfied with the food, so I guess it's not bad at all. 128522 Service was okay, but some servers seem a bit overwhelmed by the number of people dining in and were not as attentive as I hoped they would be.

So far, like most of the people I've asked before, even I cannot decide whether Shiok Shiok or Bugis' Singapore Laksa is better -- tastewise. Nonetheless, I love them both and would love to visit them again to get this. 128525128521

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Mikka M.
5.0 Stars

Went here last Saturday 3PM and the other place was still full of diners. One thing i love about Bugis is that it is consistent with their food and service. Laksa was super creamy and mango fish fillet was superb. My son super enjoyed it and he has asking for more fish, unfortunately, hubby and I devoured it already 128514128557 We arrived here starving and we left super full 128514128055

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Denise A.
4.0 Stars
2

Forgive me for the ugly photo, gutom lang bes.
Went out for dinner with a friend at Banawe today.
Ordered Singapore Laksa and Bugis Fried Chicken. Love na love ko talaga tong Bugis Chicken bec. Of the crispy chicken skin. Plus the classic gravy na medyo mapaminta lang.
Love the Singapore Laksa, tried this na sa Taft and.

Good thing consistent yung taste. Nagtampo lang yung friend ko kasi they didn't serve boiled egg. With the Laksa. P10 Din daw yun, lugi daw kami. Haha. Anyway what I likr about this place is the affordability plus good food and good serving, slow service lang cause this branch gets jam-packed even the branch has a large capacity already, napupuno lalo. Na during weekends.

They are open til 12 midnight, perfect sa mga mahilig. Magmidnight snack. 128522

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Kat M.
4.0 Stars
4

Dinner at Bugis Singapore Streetfood with friends. The place is packed even though we arrived late at night. I noticed that the prices are quite cheap but since it's our first time, we didn't know how big their servings are. My initial reaction is that I really liked their food: I can taste Singapore in their Laksa. Ang sarap, I want to go back (Sa Bugis, hindi sa SG) just for this. The Chopsuey serving was huge. The Char Kuey Tow was okay but really cheap. The veggie spring rolls are huge (how many times will I say their serving is huge compared to the price haha) though I am not a fan. The Sukiyaki is also just okay.

I am also a fan of their street food on sticks. We enjoyed the lobster ball, tiger rolls, scallops and fish cakes. Overall would recommend their Laksa and the street food.

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Mikka M.
5.0 Stars
6

Excellent service! Kahit puno lahat ng tables for Mother's day, smiling parin si miss na nags serve samin :) yung tipong lalapit sya samin pero may ibang table na biglang may ipapautos pero gora parin siya to accommodate us all :) no question sa food, naenjoy namin lahat and sulit ang price. Yun nga lang hindi na unli sabaw refill yung laksa. Parang once ka pwede magparefill, after nun may bayad na pero parang 35php lang naman :)

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Jasper T.
4.0 Stars
2

The Singaporean breakfast ramen sesame flavor is somewhat like a college dorm comfort food; the chicken chop was also yummy.

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Jasper T.
4.0 Stars
2

Table was wobbly and the acoustic was terrible, but food and price compensated for it.

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Meg M.
4.0 Stars

I love their laksa and those things in skewers. 128514 The laksa is just like the one in Eat Fresh. 10084

I always order the guyabano shake. I love it too! I find it too sweet though so I always request to lessen the sweetness. 9786

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Julie L.
4.0 Stars
2

One of the best Singaporean restaurants in Manila. You must try their Singapore Laksa (Php230). Our visit wouldn't be complete without it. Yum! 128523

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Mikka M.
5.0 Stars

Comfort food :)

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MAKCHIATO O.
4.0 Stars

SOLVE NA SOLVE!

FOOD: 127775127775127775127775
PRICE: 127775127775127775127775(Affordable)

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Elaign M.
5.0 Stars
3

I loved it.

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars
3

This place perfected the hawker foodscene of SG and streetside tusok tusok of HK. No wonder this place have been a must in any banawe foodtrip. Their laksa was so good. The taste was right really in comparison to the laksa that I've tried in SG.The variety of fish balls were all good. Breaded pork chop was so so but still good. Pricewise this place is very affordable. Must try also is the avocado shake. Got mine with less sugar. It was smooth creamy delicious and wasn't too icy. 128522

Place was a jampacked so parking was hard. The place got a spacious parking space but with the number of customers it wasn't just enough. So if visiting this place with a car try to be early. We were arrived at around 6pm and the place was already packed. 128522

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Sheena L.
5.0 Stars

Love love love their laksa!!!

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Mark L.
4.0 Stars

squid balls 128077128077128077128077 delish sweet and spicy sauce
fried noodles 128077128077128077128077 best with chili oil

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Crissy B.
5.0 Stars

Was compiling a list of establishments in the Banawe area for NSTP (ang dami! 128561128561), and my group decided to eat here for lunch!

We just had the laksa and chicken curry, and they were really really good!!!! The laksa was so rich and they were pretty generous with the noodles. The curry sauce was super addicting, I kept on eating it =))) I just wish they both had more meat, but considering that we only paid around 400 for both, I'd say it's a pretty good deal.

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Jayne Marie W.
5.0 Stars

I have always been a fan of Singaporean Street Food. So after a long day out with the family, I searched up on |ooloo where it would be nice to have dinner in Banawe.

And Bugis was the first resto that I thought. They have a bigger space and better menu set-up and the place was packed.

The interior is now brighter and more attractive with colorful walls and lighting but would be a step higher with better table and chair sets.

Since I'm pretty much into their spicy dishes, we ordered Singapore Laksa (Php 230) it had just the right amount of spice to it, it was perfect. It had eggs, shrimp, tofu, and a wide assortment of our favorite street foods added to the laksa.

The Laksa is good for sharing. It has a very coconut-y taste with some spice. The noodles are complemented with shabu-shabu balls. Absolutely a meal in itself.

The Hainanese Chicken was light, tender and flavorful. And from a chicken lover, this passed the test with flying colors! 128516

The food here is great! Cheap and delicious! Laksa is a true winner, a must try when dining here!

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Arlene Stephanie L.
4.0 Stars
2

If you want to find reasonable price for your sg food comfort, this is the place.
Order there Singaporean Laksa which can be good for sharing. Their Laksa soup is just right not too spicy for your taste buds.
Nasi Goreng Fried Rice which is also good best paired with their nomnoms on sticks.
For drinks, they always have fresh fruit shakes available their best-selling is guyabano and avocado. You can also mix their fruit shakes :)

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Mark L.
4.0 Stars
2

they moved to a bigger location since i last ate here. street food

singapore noodles 128077128077128077 with 2 luncheon meat!! before kasi they serve only one piece
squid balls 128077128077128077128077
crab cakes 128077128077128077128077

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