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Bacon & Booze

Western
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
$26 based on 7 submissions
candy girl

More for the laid back vibe than the food

For the full post and pictures visit toseetofeeltoeat

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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28 Dec 2014 • 127 reviews • 5 followers

Nice environment, but food is not on par...

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/12/bacon-booze.html "Bacon & Booze" is a cafe prominently erected within the boundaries of Gallop Stable "Bacon & Booze" is a cafe prominently erected within the boundaries of Gallop Stable. Prices are pretty reasonable, very much between $6-$16 for their brunch, and $8-$11 for the finger food. Bacon & Booze also serve set menu recommended for 2/4/6 pax, consists of only drinks and finger food though. The only thing that I felt a turn down was the "Term & Condition" stating the items in the set menu is not replaceable. There goes the flexibility which could easily churn more points for an F&B establishment. 2 pairs of Honey Chicken Wings ($11.00). It seems oily but actually it’s spread with honey. Wouldn't say its the best wings ever, but out of the entire items ordered, the wings probably earn a moderate rating. B&B Delight ($16.00), with scrambled eggs, sauteed garlic mushrooms, Italian herb sausage, streaky bacon, fries and baked beans. It look sumptuous, yet taste average only. Although average, it still fare a little higher than the next dish. Bacon & Eggs Toast Cups ($13.00), which the 2 oven-baked sunny side ups are the highlight of the entire dish. Basically a plate of veggies, and a pair of over-done eggs on top. Menu describe their eggs as "glorious egg yolk ooze all over the bacon wrapped toast cups filled with cheddar cheese". I do taste the cheese and bacon, but did I misread the part where it says "egg yolk ooze all over..."? The only reason I could think of for its gradual increasing patrons, is being situated in a prominent place, and being the only cafe/restaurant serving brunch? There are of course several other restaurants within the vicinity of Punggol End, mostly seafood restaurants though. I have heard of reviews that Bacon & Booze is not worth it, and I raise my pair of hands up too. For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/12/bacon-booze.html
28 Jun 2014 • 166 reviews • 5 followers

More for the laid back vibe than the food

For the full post and pictures visit toseetofeeltoeat

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.
21 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Cannot make it!

Food mediocre at best, lots of room for improvement. Needs to expand menu for both food and drinks . Prices not cheap too.
21 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good ambience and excellent service

me and my friends really love the ambience here... good for hanging out with friends.. Very relaxing.. staff and bosses are also friendly.. will really recommend this place..
B & B Delight
23 Jun 2013 • 333 reviews • 54 followers

Limited Menu But Tasty Dishes Nonetheless

Full Bacon & Booze review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2013/06/bacon-booze.html

Situated far off the beaten track, Bacon & Booze is a casual little cafe with a western cowboy theme, located next to Punggol Jetty and the Punggol Ranch Horse Riding School. As one of the few eating places in this area, Bacon & Booze is suitably open from morning till night. They also offer to host corporate events, as well as plan for parties.

Ambience at Bacon & Booze reflects the horse-riding theme of the wild west. Ropes are used as decor, western style lamps adorn the place, furniture is comfortable, rustic and wooden looking, the bar counter is high with western looking bar stools. The entire building the Bacon & Booze is located in looks like a barn, and has a nice outdoor setting where you can see horses pass by every now and then.

Service at Bacon & Booze is rather laid back and casual. Staff are friendly, but as food is only prepared upon order, you'll have to wait between 10 - 15 minutes for your order. As the acutal dining area is rather small, conversations do carry over to other tables.

The B & B Delight, which stands for Bacon And Booze Delight, is a breakfast platter of fluffy scrambled eggs, sliced mushrooms sauteed with onions, streaky bacon, baked beans, thick cut chips and herbed sausages. I love that the baked beans and mushrooms weren't just afterthoughts, but properly cooked, tasty, and well intergrated with the overall dish. The sausages were meaty and juicy, and I love the slight freshness of taste from the herbs. Excellent overall dish, though if I had to pick the weakest point on the plate, it would be the rather plain chips.