Filipino Cuisine: $9.90 for Two Set Meals with Drinks + Desserts at Bahay Ni Kuya Restaurant in Bugis (Worth $17.60). Four and Six Set Meal Options Available.
- Authentic Filipino flavours
- Choice of 8 delicious mains
- Featuring popular Filipino dish Lechon Kawali or Pan-roasted Pork Belly
- Extensive range of grilled meats and seafood
- Perfect for a quick meal with friends
- Casual, inviting atmosphere
- Located near Bugis MRT
- For Two: Filipino Cuisine Set Meal
- For Four: Filipino Cuisine Set Meal
- For Six: Filipino Cuisine Set Meal
- Fruit punch
- Flavoured ice-cream of the day
Choose from 8 entree types:
- Kuya's Lechon Kawali (Deep-fried Roast Pork Belly)
- Kuya's Special Tapsilog (Sauteed Beef with Sunny-side up Egg and Fried Rice)
- Kuya's Deep-fried Chicken
- Fish and Chips
- American-style Grilled Chicken Chop
- Spagetti in Tomato sauce
- Kuya's Sirloin Steak
- Kuya's Soupy Sinigang (Filipino meat and vegetable stew)
Valid 3 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid on Sat and Sun. Closed on Mon.
Reservation required, call 9384 0522.
Groupon printout MUST be presented.
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- For $9.90, you get Two Filipino Cuisine Set Meals (worth $17.60).
- For $19, you get Four Filipino Cuisine Set Meals (worth $35.20).
- For $27, you get Six Filipino Cuisine Set Meals (worth $52.80).
Treat taste buds to a fusion of traditional Filipino cuisine and modern American flavors with Bahay Ni Kuya Restaurant's set meals. Enjoy classic Pinoy Deep-fried Roast Pork in the Kuya's Lechon Kawali or savour the bold beef taste in Kuya's Special Tapsilog, which features sauteed tasty Beef with Sunny-side up Egg and Fried Rice.
Other hearty mains include Kuya's Deep-fried Chicken, Fish and Chips, Sirloin Steak, as well as Kuya's Soupy Sinigang, the restaurant's take on the tangy traditional Filipino stew with meat and vegetables and flavoured with tamarind.
Give your palate a car wash with a house drink and linger over ice-cream at this casual restaurant's inviting premises. With a whiff of the succulent savory smell from the outside, Bahay Ni Kuya pulls in clients by their nostrils and drags them into an eye- and mouth-opening home cooking experience that stays diners until their next visit.
Closed on Mondays