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“My Boomarang won’t come back...” So sang Charlie Drake on his dubious smash hit of the early 1960s, and it’s certainly true that if you send one of your mates to Boomarang on Boat Quay in Singapore’s Downtown Core, you’re going to have to sit and wait while they come home. The spread of Australian classics on offer is a draw for those from all over Singapore, and those who head into Raffles Place and decant into Boomarang will be treated to kangaroo, Wagyu beef burgers and other Aussie battlers. Reserve a table for yourself and your mates now for a proper feed in the heart of Singapore.
Food was good. I like the atmosphere and variety of cafe food.
typical bar. we had the kangaroo steak which is a bit too tough for my liking but overall a pretty cool place to dine in.
Good sports bar, numerous huge high quality screens with good sound system. Beer options is not wide though.
There are great culinary traditions in the world, and most of them are on offer in Singapore. From Cantonese dim sum to Japanese sushi joints, Korean BBQ restaurants and countless pizzerias and curry houses, you’re never stuck for choice when you look for a feed in the city state. The Downtown Core is the very heart of this, and if you’re on the lookout for a proper Aussie tucker in the centre of the city, you’re going to be looking in at Boomarang on Boat Quay. Theirs is a menu packed with classics from Down Under, with a suitably stacked bar selection and a food choice that bats as deep as the mid-90s Australian test side.
That food menu then, and it’s enough to keep even Warney sated. There’s huge platters of seafood – fish and chips, calamari, prawns – as well as the ubiquitous kangaroo steaks. Chicken schnitzels and parmas are available at Boomarang on Boat Quay in the Downtown Core, and breakfast, which are as bacon and egg heavy as you can imagine from a country that was colonised by British people. Book a table at Boomarang – we’re sure you’ll come back time and again to this part of Singapore.