|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Bugis Street Brasserie at Millennium Gloucester Hotel
Millennium Gloucester Hotel Courtfield RoadLondonSW7 4LH
Top 5 reviews of Bugis Street Brasserie at Millennium Gloucester Hotel
Found this restaurant while hunting for Singapore food in London on Yelp. This restaurant is at the corner of the Millennium and Copthorne hotel and about 5 minutes walk from Gloucester Station. The restaurant is fairly spacious and seats about 50 persons. In the restaurant, there are large pictures of historic Bugis Street hawker stalls and there were a number of round marble-topped... more
I was so looking forward to having some good classic chicken rice. However what I got was soggy rice and messy chopped up dark meat chicken. It was accompanied by an overly sweet chilli sauce, some dark soy sauce and minced ginger and garlic sauce. So utterly dissapointed!
Service not overly friendly but quick! more
This is the place to visit when you are carving for Chinese food. Great in taste and customer oriented. Quick service and complimentary roasted peanuts.
Must visit and enjoy all any dish from their large variety of food/dishes on Thier menu.
Loved it. Just opposite to Holiday inn Kensington forum and nearest tube station- Gloucester Road. more
As once a proud resident of Singapore I rarely find good Singaporean food on my travels and especially at home in the States.
After being stuck in the immigration line at Heathrow for an hour... I killed time researching food that I would eat when I finally get to my hotel. I zeroed in on Bugis Street. Frankly, it is the best decision I made today.
The hot and sour soup is spot on and the... more
Food was all excellent. Prepared well and seasoned perfectly.
Got the crispy duck which was excellent
Hainanese chicken was also cooked perfectly and seasoned exactly right.
Only problem is that it took 90 minutes to complete this meal. Hard to get someone to come over to the table. The wait staff isn't particularly nice. Food takes forever to get. more