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Bacon & Booze

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If you're on this page, it means you're either a really HUGE Bacon fan or you must have been bored and googled us up. We promise to make you salivate while looking at that heavenly piece of Bacon coated in a layer of glistening oil.

Tue - Fri: 15:00 - 01:00

Sat, Sun &: 09:00 - 01:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64895679
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More for the laid back vibe than the food

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The food menu was simple, with all day breakfast, mains, and meat. The selection of beers was good too!

Bacon and Booze was casual, laid back, and unpretentious. The place was not air-conditioned and the windows at the side were wide open to allow a light warm breeze in. I like the fact that it was not crowded, so we could sit there for a while, admiring the countryside-feel and having a nice lazy chat over lunch. I have to admit though that I would have enjoyed our lunch much better if there was air conditioning. The mid day sun in May is truly no joke. 

We ordered the Chicken Cutlet and B&B Delight to share. The Chicken Cutlet was slightly overcooked and the chicken was quite dry and not juicy. The B&B Delight was all right, nothing too spectacular, and simply tasted ordinary.

I liked the vibe in Bacon and Booze, the fact that it was so far away from everything else, and how the place felt like a hidden gem. But the food was not particularly exciting and even the stroll around Punggol Stables would not entice me to return unless Bacon and Booze serve better food.

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• 20 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Sub par food

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Please don't bother eating here. Tasteless food and coffee. I believe the neighborhood western food stall can do better. I seriously wonder how others can possibly rate this place as good. Come for the view and beer, ditch the food.
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• 30 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

most watered down coffee ever

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ordered a mocha and it tastes just like plain water. And for 6.5 I think it's definitely over priced. Same goes for other items.
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• 27 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Horrified

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I went there to meet some friends for a few beers, at first glance the place looks decent, but you will soon find that the food/beers are grossly overpriced. The shepards pie I had looked slightly undercooked, and their chicken wings looked like the failed rejects that Ikea refused to sell. I even saw the manager scream at some of the employees, having worked in F&B before, I was horrified. I will not be returning to Bacon & Booze.
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