Boomarang - Robertson Quay

Robertson QuayAustralian, Drinks$$$$
20 Reviews
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About Boomarang - Robertson Quay

Have you ever? Ever felt like this? We don’t think we’ve ever been as round the twist about any Australian restaurant. Boomarang in River Valley is an Aussie eatery that is the Queen of the Desert and the King of the Animal Kingdom: no Picnic at Hanging Rock – more of a restaurant in Singapore – they offer a proposition not to be missed if you’re in Robertson Quay. Whether you prefer to eat at home, or away in a restaurant, you should get together all your neighbours and go mad, max out your credit card and make the most of a trip to Boomarang for an Aussie feed to remember.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am
7:00 am - 3:00 am


Boomarang - Robertson Quay
60 Robertson Quay, #01-15
Singapore 238252

Menu Highlights




Roma tomato, Spanish onion, fresh basil, garlic, balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil on toasted ciabatta

Hummus Plate

Housemade hummus, tortilla chips and toasted soy pide

Antipasto Plate

Grilled Mediterranean vegetables, smoked salmon, sliced leg ham, green & Kalamata olives, marinated capsicum and semi sundried tomato


Smoked Salmon Brioche

With peppercorn cream cheese, capers and tomato salsa


Poached eggs, baby spinach, Roma tomato, mushroom with multi-seed toast

The Ashes

Pork sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, hash brown, Roma tomato, mushroom, baked beans with white toast

Small Plates

Starter Plate

Coconut crumbed prawns, spicy Italian sausage, hot wings, grilled skewers of Cajun pepper beef, Moroccan lamb and lemongrass chicken

Mezze Plate

Grilled Mediterranean vegetables, herb marinated feta, smoked salmon,sliced leg ham, green & Kalamata olives, marinated capsicum, semi sundried tomato, roasted pumpkin with garlic, tzatziki, hummus and toasted soy pide

Moreton Bay Seafood Basket

Beer-battered barramundi, crumbed prawn cutlets, pepper & lime calamari, fries, potato wedges with garlic aioli and tartare


Roast Chicken

Half tender roast chicken with fries, coleslaw and garlic cream pepper sauce

Bangers & Mash

Pork sausages with mash, green peas and red wine onion jus

Peppered Kangaroo Loin

With mashed sweet potato, rocket, beet relish and garlic aioli



With fresh whipped cream, fresh fruits and berry compote

Flourless Chocolate Cake

With fresh strawberry, berry compote, chocolate sauce & vanilla ice cream

Sticky Date Pudding

With butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream
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More about Boomarang - Robertson Quay, Singapore

Of course, when faced with a restaurant called Boomarang, the mind turns to the many ways that you’ll want to come back time and again. They’re an Australian restaurant on Robertson Quay in River Valley in Singapore – reached by Clarke Quay MRT, rather than the Flying Doctor – and suffice to say, they’re a great place to spend a few of your hard-earned dollaridoos. When you arrive, you’ll go straight for the drinks (Beer? Coffee? Be-er?) and then the food, which features more Aussie favourites than you can swing a boot at. Gather everyone from your Da to your member of parliament and the Prime Minister, jump in a kangaroo pouch and hop on down to Boomarang.

The menu then, and it’s filled with some proper Aussie rippers. Fish and chips, bacon and egg sangers, chicken parmas: more Australian favourites than you can get your knife into – Call that a knife? This is a knife! – and a few international dishes that can keep the whole family happy. If you’re experienced – I see you’ve played knifey-spoony before – you’ll be looking to get the more traditional dish of kangaroo, lesser spotted in Singapore. Book ahead – don’t ring collect call from the States, book online with Quandoo – and get as many mates as possible to waltz their Matildas down to Robertson Quay in River Valley for an Australian feed to remember.

20 Boomarang - Robertson Quay Reviews

20 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Good value
Noise levels:Pleasant
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Kathleen P.a month ago · 1 review

Wonderful time the atmosphere was amazing, as if we had never left Australia, wonderful to find a bit of Oz in Singapore.Aussie aussie Aussie oi oi oi 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Abel A.2 months ago · 1 review

Good service and enjoyed the food! Great feel to the restaurant

Jiatao H.4 months ago · 1 review

Helpful and attentive staff along with good food. Pleasant visit despite the heavy downpour. Will visit again to enjoy the scenic view along the river.

Naomi H.4 months ago · 1 review

Child friendly, good food, nice location and lovely atomosphere. My daughter has enjoyed fish fingers for lunch. There are so many varieties of food selection!

Jenni D.a year ago · 1 review

Great local restaurant to sit back and watch the AFL with fellow Aussies. Yummy Parma and Pavalova to top off the afternoon. Check the app to see when your team is playing..

ADRIAN O.a year ago · 1 review

Very attentive older staff, even came to ask us if we wanted last drinks prior to happy hour ending. Beef Burger was very good. Always happy to return.

Sandra T.a year ago · 2 reviews

Good food, ambience was suitable for an evening dinner out. We thoroughly enjoyed their pavlova too! (the main reason we went there). Their fillet mignon was a commendable effort as well. Will return!

pia a.a year ago · 8 reviews

This is an amazing place to come after work with a couple of friends and enjoy some Australian cuisine. Great atmosphere and perfect for enthusiasts like me.

Gavin G.a year ago · 1 review

Great sports bar with huge big TVs!! Easily rivals those I knew of in the States. Will definitely be back for more Super Bowl games!!

Shane C.a year ago · 1 review

Food was good. Buckets of beer were reasonably priced. And the Swans are now in the Grand Final. So all and all a good experience.