Want to try something different? How about dining at BLooiE’s famous Roadhouse? BLooiE's Roadhouse is located on Jalan Tua Kong and serves American cuisine. From Jumbo hotdogs to Half Shell Mussels, everyone will find something delightful.
Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 00:00
Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 01:00
$29 based on 29 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Boys Night Out (7 votes), Chillout (7 votes)
Definitely would not go back unless for drinks only. Ambience was nice. Tried the chicken wings and chef recommended Cajun chicken burger.
Trust me, I've had way better burgers and wings. Not worth the price at all.
Only go there to chill over drinks after you've had your meal.
We chanced upon Blooie's while looking for dinner along Upper Bukit Timah road.
Its interior looks like a country pub/bar, complete with a Canadian flag, pool table, Super sports TVs and a humongous tiki bar in the centre of it all. It has a lively bustling atmosphere and looks like a popular spot with the dinner crowd and expats.
Food was absolutely tasty. I had the Roadhouse Lamb Rack which came with the most amazing mash I've ever tasted. Meltingly creamy with just the right amount of butter and cream.. My partner couldn't stop stealing bits from my plate. The lamb was perfectly cooked, slightly pink in the middle, and came with a grilled mushroom cream sauce which went really well with the meat.
My partner had the fish and chips. The chips were great but the fish average.
I'll definitely be back for a 2nd round of lamb and mash!
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