Bugis Kitchen opens at Copthorne Tara Hotel

A new restaurant inspired by the flavours of Asia has opened at Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington

Named after an iconic street in Singapore, Bugis Kitchen reinvents and celebrates Singaporean heritage dishes and transforms them into modern Singapore cuisine known as "mod-Sin". 

The specially curated menu draws influence from all over Asia, focusing on authenticity, freshness and high-quality ingredients. At Bugis Kitchen, guests can also tuck into such dishes as fried pork and prawn wontons submerged in a spicy curry sauce, salt and pepper squid, satay chicken in a sticky peanut sauce, and the Singapore laksa – a homemade spiced coconut broth featuring shrimp, tempura tiger prawns and squid fish balls. 

'Celebrate the fusion of tradition and innovation'

"The team here at The Copthorne Tara are pleased to launch the Bugis Kitchen, where we celebrate the fusion of tradition and innovation, offering a menu curated with care and passion by our talented culinary team," says Philip Bell, the hotel's general manager. "From tantalising street food classics to contemporary interpretations of Singaporean favourites, each dish is crafted with the freshest ingredients and infused with the bold and aromatic flavours that define Singaporean cuisine."

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