Great food. We had the Beef Rendang - soft and tender, sambas Kang kong, most of the fish dishes! All delicious and looked after by a lovely team.
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Food is quite good but portion is small and price is quite high. it is a famous Indonesian restaurant and quite crowded when we were there. The interior environment is good which make me feel quite comfortable.
The food was tasty and the service was pleasant and efficient. The tables are not close to each other so you can have some privacy, which is unusual in Singapore. We had the lemongrass fish and the beef rendang, and some vegetables, and it was...More
Love the deco of the place. Designed to match any peranakan museum with high chandeliers mirrors and paintings. The food is above average. My favourites include tahu teloh (fried bean curd and egg) and beef rendang. Can miss the desserts though as there are plenty...More
This restaurant offers some unique dishes inspired by Indonesian and Thai foods. The restaurant is small, but has two stories, with peranakan-style interior design. The ambience is nice and the service is quick. The food is good and the prices are typical for the restaurants...More
Visited a couple of times. Food consistently good. Tahu Telor, beef rendang, steam fish in lime sauce, sambas Kang Kong, stuffed chicken wing, durian with glutinous rice, chendol - all turned out well. Do make reservations for the 2nd floor.
Have patronised Bumbu for many years, since the days they had buffet. The fold quality has never wavered. You will get good quality food at affordable prices for about $20 per pax. The decor is old school and you become transported to an old part...More
Away from the busy part of Kampong Glam, lies the townhouse setting of Bumbu. Our first sight was a rather uninspiring (visually) menu. However once inside the setting was excellent. Took Tahu Telor, pandan chicken and a few other dishes. A 4 out of 5...More
It's often hard to go past the classic Asian dishes. Since arriving in Singapore, I have been looking forward to a plate of Beef Redang. At Bumbu I enjoyed a brilliant version of the dish: beef shin cooked for six hours to a special recipe...More