Our catch up session was way overdue and Klara and I decided to head towards Buddy Hoagies for dinner. Introduced by Klara, Buddy is actually one of her favourite go-to with one of her friends, S! And I'm glad that she shared this place with me.
From the getgo, this actually felt like a more atas (expensive) version of Saizeriya, however, fret not as the price differential isn't all that much. A decent fish and chips with 2 sides only set you back at $10.90, and they even have an offer to add a soup and drink set at only $4.5.
I'm impressed by the variety of choices that they offer, one of which that caught my eye is the $6.90 Mac and Cheese that got me day-drool-dreaming at the thought of it now.
I'm not sure hunger's the best sauce, but I really do enjoy their fish and chips. I love how the fillet isn't too soft and that it could allow me to hold it up with a fork while I dip it with their generous amount of tar tar sauce. Since I'm recently trying to be alittle healthy, I have chosen warm vegetables with a heavy heart instead of the usual double fries serving in western food. It's nice to also note that the soup does come with a decent garlic breadstick.
It's been nice hanging out at Buddy Hoagies as we are well ahead of the dinner crowd and we manage to hang out and sit there for a while to catch up! Now that I'd learned of this place, definitely a place for me to pop by if I'm ever thinking of doing westerns in the Bukit Timah area!
I also found out that there are several branches across Singapore, so feel free to check them out if you like!
Name: Buddy Hoagies Café & Grill
Address: 170 Upper Bukit Timah Rd #B1-05 S 588179
Opening Hours: Weekdays 11:30am - 10pm | Sat, Sun & PH 11am - 10pm