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Boomarang is a café, bar & bistro which proudly serves fresh, authentic Australian cuisine while celebrating her charming culture. Located by the scenic Singapore River in Robertson Quay, Boomarang offers a relaxing ambience for all-day dining and entertainment. continue reading
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Opening Hours
07:00 - 03:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 03:00
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Online Reservation
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Peppered Kangaroo Loin Seared Atlantic Cod
Review (3)
Level4 2013-07-30
Walking around at Robertson Quay, I came across this spacious and laidback bistro bar serving authentic australian (western?) cuisine. We ordered The Ashes, Buttermilk PancakesSalty pork sausage with fluffy scramble eggs and crispy bacon and hash brownlove the tangy grilled roma tomato.Buttermilk pancake is soft and fluffy goes well with fresh bananas, maple syrup and yogurt.Only issue was the servers were a little “laidback” as well in terms of speed, but it’s okay as I wasn’t in a hurry.Overall a pleasant experience. continue reading
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Level3 2011-11-24
For more photos, please visit Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow: http://rubbisheatrubbishgrow.wordpress.com/2011/11/24/boomarang-bistro-bar-robertson-quay/Mr NGFL and I, slaves, just finished work at 10 pm ON A FRIDAY and agreed to eat at Boomarang, an Australian eatery that hosts a trivial quiz night on Tuesdays. The winning table gets the bar tab on the house.I had a Kangaroo Loin ($30) and Mr NGFL had a Spring Chicken ($30). Tasting a bit of the Spring Chicken, I think it was very tender and superb but my Kangaroo Loin is da bomb! The mashed sweet potato was SO AWESOME. I hate sweet potato because I was brought up into thinking that only during wartime, when there are no other options, then we eat sweet potato. It’s the last resort. But this one was very savory and sweet and creamy and smooth! The distinctive taste of kangaroo meat is that it is a little bitter but the sour cream covered the bitterness in this case–tender and succulent!Ambience: Several areas having different ambience. (1) Outdoor smoking with the ubiquitous aluminum chairs and tables. (2) Indoor dining with eco-friendly recycled decor. (3) relaxing lounge sofas along the corridors. The TVs were playing sports channel. Why can’t they play Kylie MTVs? She’s Australian!Service: All Filipinos here. Mixed service here. A very gorgeous Pinay was very attentive and helpful but in general, the Pinoys were distracted, unfocussed and you’ve to repeat your order a few times, or you need to ask for a fork a few times before he gets it to you. But they were nice and polite. And although there is no closing time, meaning they are open until the last guest leaves, the servers looked tired and eager to end work. (I can’t blame them for wanting to go home. They probably had been standing for hours.) They actually closed off sections, covered the lounge sofas with tarpaulins–which was a pretty strong hint?Great food, but slightly overpriced. ($71 for two.) Nice relaxing ambience and average service. Recommended. Should be coming back here again. continue reading
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Level3 2011-09-14
The prices at Boomarang Bistro & Bar are very reasonable for the huge and hearty portions. It’s a great chill out place for dinner with a group of friends, and if you are considering a restaurant at Robertson Quay for dinner, why not check out Boomarang Bistro?We have tried a lot...they even have a Kangaroo Loin and a pizza with kangaroo meat....wow im so excited to try it....and its really good! and the Ribeye Steak they probably the only resto in singapore that serve that big of a steak.... continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)