Malaysia Boleh! Opens NEW Outlet At Bugis Junction That Features Sambal Stingray, Seremban Beef Noodles & Many More!

With Food Junction at Bugis closing a few months ago, regulars at Bugis Junction were waiting for the next food court. However, they just got something much more than that. Malaysia Boleh! has recently opened their new outlet at Bugis Junction! This is not just any food court, it features all sorts of traditional Malaysian cuisine as well as decor. Hurry down today and experience the Malaysian street food culture!

New Malaysia Boleh! Outlet At Bugis Junction

Photo: Malaysia Boleh (Facebook)

Given that there are so many famous and reasonably priced eateries just outside Bugis Junction, it must be a one-of-a-kind food court. And that is exactly what they are offering. So it’s no surprise that Fei Siong Group’s Malaysia Boleh is dominating: not only does it serve affordable food, but it’s also a little different. From the image alone, you can tell that the crowd loves it!

Image: Malaysia Boleh (Facebook)

The Bugis Junction outlet, like the other Malaysia Boleh! locations — Ang Mo Kio Hub, Jurong Point, and, most recently, i12 Katong — will feature pushcart-themed stalls and wooden tables and stools to recreate that old-school atmosphere. To recreate the atmosphere of Kuala Lumpur’s famous Jalan Alor food street, the area is also lit up with neon signs, lanterns, and three prominent LED “trees.”

Many Different Malaysian Street Food

Photo: Malaysia Boleh (Facebook)

There are five new stalls to look out for at Bugis Junction’s outlet. KL Da Pai Dang, Ipoh Zai Mixed Veg Rice, Sei Ngan Zai Roast Duck, MY Seremban Beef Noodles, Ipoh White Coffee, and Western Boy are some of the options. At one of these stalls, you can get BBQ Chicken Wings and Satay sets. Claypot dishes, such as Claypot Chicken Rice (S$5.50) and Premium Bak Kut Teh of the herbal variety, are also available.

Image: Malaysia Boleh (Facebook)

The lighter colour of Ipoh white coffee comes from the margarine used to roast the coffee beans. The coffee is velvety smooth, rich, and smoky in flavour, and is served with a generous helping of sweetened condensed milk. Other traditional drinks and desserts available at the stall include Iced Blue Pea Flower Lemonade, Ice Cream with Gula Melaka Thick Toast, and Chendol.

Head Down To Malaysia Boleh! At Bugis Junction Today!

As you can tell from the pictures, the crowd can get quite intense! We suggest coming down earlier, around 11am to avoid the large crowd. Also, there are many options to choose from in terms of food. Take your time to explore every stall to fully experience Malaysia!

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Cover Photo: Malaysia Boleh (Facebook)

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