Bussorah Street has numerous noteworthy restaurants to its name but few of them are as revered by the local Muslim community as LePak at Rayz. At this elegant and cosy diner in the Bugis district of Singapore, you can feast on a smorgasbord of well-loved international dishes ranging from Asian noodle soups to fusion pastas to classic favourites like fish and chips. Make LePak at Rayz your next dining destination but before you do that, you’ll want to reserve a table in advance.
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Good food, good ambience, good price point. Would come again to try different dishes.
Back here for the second time. Why? Because of the warmth service provided
Ambience and service provided was good. Food price is reasonable.
Dear diners, please note that the restaurant will only keep tables for a maximum of 15 minutes past reservation times. Please call the restaurant if you are going to be late.
You’ll never be lacking in dining destinations in Singapore, and nowhere is that truer than in the city centre. From authentic curries in Little India to warming hot pots in Chinatown and smaller eateries that dot the streets around the myriad Western joints for the gastronaut and casual diner alike – there is something for everyone. Yet, even among the throng of restaurants in Singapore, there is one name that stands out among the offerings in Bugis, none other than LePak at Rayz.
Situated on Bussorah Street, LePak at Rayz serves up a classic menu filled with a little bit of everything. Take your pick from a wide spread of international favourites that includes biryanis, nachos, bruschettas, ginger beef noodles, and a whole lot more. Asian meets Western on the menu – and sometimes on the plate, to which the chilli crab pasta will attest – so head on over to LePak at Rayz and try out a delicacy or two. You can find them within walking distance from Bugis MRT and are halal to boot, so book a table now to avoid disappointment.