Located inside Singapore’s stunning Chijmes dining precinct on Victoria Street, Bebek Tepi Sawah offers authentic Indonesian dishes in a homely setting. Famous for their delicious crispy duck dishes, this renowned chain restaurant serves up both time-honoured Balinese classics as well as some contemporary cuisine. With its premium City Hall location, this popular restaurant fills up fast, so be sure to make a reservation at Bebek Tepi Sawah ahead of time to avoid disappointment!
To the delight of Singaporean foodies, Bebek Tepi Sawah, an Indonesian restaurant with numerous branches throughout Southeast Asia, has branched out into Singapore with a new location inside the beautiful Chijmes complex on Victoria Street. Serving both traditional and modern Indonesian dishes, Bebi Tepi Sawah has made a name for itself thanks to the quality of their dishes and their excellent customer service. Decorated in a traditional style, this charming restaurant brings some of Bali’s laidback vibe to Singapore’s buzzing City Hall district.
Try some of Bebek Tepi Sawah’s signature crispy duck, which comes either grilled or deep fried and served alongside rice, Balinese vegetables and your choice of sambal. Other dishes we recommend include ayam betutu tepi sawah (Balinese smoked chicken stuffed with traditional spices) and (crispy deep-fried fish with a sweet, sour and spicy flavour). Book a table at this popular Victoria Street joint to experience the exciting flavours of Indonesian cuisine in Singapore’s City Hall.
The staff were friendly and were prompt in their service. The food was excellent. There were a wide range of dishes that suited our diversed group's palate. Definitely an enjoyable experience.
Nice quiet place during lunch. Great for catching up with friends. Food was average and disappointed that they do not have avocado shake. Only one dessert option was available when we were there. Fried banana with ice cream. Nothing to shout about. Great customer service tho!
The staff was very friendly. The service was a little slow though, but I suspect it was due to the preparation time and the large crowd of customers. The food was definitely tasty.
Food is good but somehow lacking the ambience of Indonesia. Service staff could be more prompt in attending to chstomer's enquiries. I would go back if I am craving for the duck
Food ok. No beer or fresh juices available. Half the menu items were also not available. I got the feeling the restaurant was in the process of closing down.