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Bumbu Restaurant offers some of the best Indonesian, Peranakan and Thai cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family gatherings and large groups. From Tom Yum Seafood to Fried Assam Prawn its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.The restaurant is located along Kandahar Street. Bumbu preserves the nostalgia of 1940s Singapore with its antique Peranakan-style furniture and pays homage to Singapore’s multi cultural makeup with its unique menu.MUST TRY: Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Bumbu Salad made with shrimp, century eggs, onions, cashew nuts and lemongrass; Gado-Gado with homemade peanut sauce, Butter Oat Soft Shell Crab and Crispy Baby Squid.For their refreshers, they offer Chinese Tea, Ice Blended Avocado, Coconut and Ayer Bandung.
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Tue - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00
Tue - Sun: 18:00 - 22:00
44 Kandahar Street
Asian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Seafood, Thai
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