Hipster bistro café LePak at Rayz has relocated from Selegie Road to Bussorah Street and will continue to serve their well-received and comforting Modern Asian food fare at the new address.
Signatures like Chili Crab Pasta and Pasta Sotong Hitam are not to be missed.
62 Bussorah Street
Tel: 6352 6651 Email: email@example.com
Hararu Izakaya is the first muslim-owned Izakaya house in Singapore, serving you charcoal-grilled dishes like a good Izakaya would.
Hararu with the meaning of Halal, wants to provide their diners a unique dining experience, completes with authentic feel of Japan.
On the menu; Hotate Carpaccio, Beef Kinoko Salad, Gyu Kushi Ponzu, Mentai Ika Cabbage and more.
16 Bussorah Street
Tel: +65 6291 5373 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian + Tapas + Bar = Flying Monkey
Head out to the new Flying Monkey at Bussorah Street for contemporary Indian dishes and some interesting cocktails.
Their signature cocktail is the The Flying Monkey; a special mix of Monkey Shoulder Whiskey with King's Ginger, aged & smoked.
The Goa Mamma Lassi is also one of their special concoctions with Mango, Passion Fruit, Milk, Yogurt, Vodka and Dark Rum.
67 Bussorah Street
Tel: +65 6291 0695