Singapore street food. An irresistible favourite in a five-star London hotel.

Singapore Laksa
The Bailey's Hotel London Kensington (London, UK)

Food is a universal language that we all appreciate. It’s a way of gaining a deeper understanding of each other and our world.

Here in Singapore, it’s a language we’re particularly fluent in. It’s no surprise that when we opened a hotel outside of Singapore, we choose to feature the flavours of home.

A case in point – The Bugis Singapore Restaurant (formerly known as the Bugis Street Brasserie) at The Bailey’s Hotel London Kensington. Rather than create a Chinese restaurant which London has plenty of, we were inspired by the spice of Singapore’s once-infamous Bugis Street, best known for its colourful nightlife and local street food.

The mouth-watering menu offers several classic Singaporean, Malaysian and Chinese gastronomic delights such as laksa, bak kut teh, chicken rice and nasi goreng.

Princess Terrace’s Penang Street Buffet

Since opening, it has won the hearts of many Londoners and is a firm favourite among Singapore students looking for a taste of home. The restaurant has even received the ‘Asian Fusion Restaurant of the Year’ at the London Asian Food Awards in 2019.

CDL’s belief is that the celebration of authentic street food doesn’t always flow in one direction.

The famed Authentic Penang Street Food Buffet at Copthorne King’s Hotel has been another longtime favourite with Singaporean foodies since it was first introduced in the 1970s. Generations have grown up, dated, celebrated wedding anniversaries and birthdays of their grandchildren over our Peranakan (Straits-born) pleasures such as Assam Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Lor Bak, spicy Hokkien Mee and classic rainbow-coloured desserts made from coconut milk.

While CDL continues to proudly fly the Singapore flag on menus abroad, we also return the favour by bringing in faraway and not-so-far flung flavours to the little red dot.

Because as any globe-trotting foodie knows, culture is best appreciated on a plate, or a bowl.

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