New in town: Le Bliss Kitchen, Bugis — Muslim-owned restaurant serves Asian-Western fusion dishes along Arab Street

Why enjoy just one cuisine when you can experience two at the same time? Opened on 15 May 2022, Le Bliss Kitchen is a Muslim-owned establishment along Arab Street that provides diners with a variety of Asian, Western and fusion dishes to indulge in.

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Start your meal with Le Bliss Kitchen’s selection of starters, like the Crab Rangoon (S$15), made with fresh crab meat, cheese, herbs, wanton skin and served with a side of sweet and sour sauce. Meanwhile, the Clam in Spicy Garlic Butter Cream (S$17) consists of short neck clam with garlic, chilli, herb, cream and fried mantou.

Next, tuck into a hearty main dish, like the Wagyu Beef Burger (S$28), served with homemade beef patty, caramelised red onions, tomatoes, lettuce, cheddar cheese, garlic aioli and chilli mayo sandwiched between brioche buns.

You could also try Le Bliss Kitchen’s pastas, such as the Carbonara Pappardelle (S$20), which comes with turkey bacon, cream and parmesan cheese.

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Why not try something a little exciting and have Le Bliss Kitchen’s fusion dishes? Seafood lovers can look forward to the Asian Sea Bass En Papillote (S$25), featuring Asian sea bass, lemongrass, bell peppers, chilli, shallots, garlic and sesame rice, or the Furikake Panco Salmon (S$22), with ingredients like parmesan kale, mashed potatoes and honey garlic soy.

The Laksa Fettuccine (S$24) is a must-try, with tiger prawns, laksa spice, cherry tomatoes and grated eggs.

Le Bliss Kitchen offers an extensive range of refreshing drinks to go with your meal, including coffees, shakes, juices, teas, mocktails and frappes. The Pearl of the Orient Gryphon Artisan Tea (S$8.90), containing jasmine green tea and rose petals, is a light, classy beverage to order.

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If you’re feeling more indulgent, have the Caramel Coffee Frappe (S$9.90) to satisfy those sweet caffeinated cravings.

A dinner at Le Bliss Kitchen will surely be a blissful one indeed.

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Le Bliss Kitchen

41 Arab Street, Singapore 199740

Le Bliss Kitchen

41 Arab Street, Singapore 199740

Telephone: +65 6292 5235
Operating Hours: 11am - 10pm (Daily)
Telephone: +65 6292 5235

Operating Hours: 11am - 10pm (Daily)
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