Review on Bugis Street Brasserie at Millennium Gloucester Hotel
Bugis Street Brasserie is one of the dining options available to guests at the four star Millennium Gloucester Hotel, located in upmarket Kensington it's just a short stroll from Gloucester Road tube and attractions like the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum. Taking it's name from the legendary seafaring merchants from the Island of Sulawesi, the restaurant is decked out in a neutral palette with accents of orange, marble tables and dark wood bentwood chairs are set on chequer board flooring.
The kitchen celebrates authentic Cantonese, Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine offering a heady melange of flavours, colours and aromas. Kick start proceedings with a hot and sour soup with shredded chicken, shrimps, tofu, mushrooms and bamboo shoots or maybe the prawn and chive dumpling. Among their signature dishes there's options like Taiwanese-style chicken which is slow cooked with ginger and garlic, and served in a hot pot. Fish fans might decide on Szechuan king prawns in a spicy chilli sauce with green and red peppers or king prawns with ginger and spring onions.
To accompany the menu there's a concise wine list including oriental wines, bottled beers and cocktails like Lychee cocktail, Lychee liquor and vodka, shaken with ice. To experience a true taste of Singapore, Bugis Street Brasserie offers a street-food buffet lunch every Sunday.
Singaporean / Asian
Siu Kong Sui
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express