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Wawawa: Bistro by the Reservoir in Singapore


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Situated alongside the jogging/biking/strolling path at the Bedok Reservoir Park (read my full post about it in this here link), enticing people with good food, is a little place called Wawawa.  And yes, this ain't no joke; for this Bistro by the Reservoir determined that there could be no easier way for potential patrons to remember their name than by using the same dang syllable 3 times (please note that this is purely speculation on my part.)  J

Wawawa: Bistro by the Reservoir


Kidding aside, Wawawa is a full service restaurant along the Bedok Reservoir Park offering good old comfort food with a German(-nic?) influence.  That being said, what gastronomical delights can one exactly enjoy in this bistro?

For starters, they serve one mean Wild Mushroom Cream soup (S$5.80/Php191.40*).


Wild Mushroom Cream Soup


I know it isn't much to look at, but believe me, appearances can be very deceiving.  It actually tastes so much better than it looks.  Really creamy soup made from a heady mix of shitake and button mushrooms.  Good enough to rival our all-time favorite from (*gasp!*) Marche's (full review here).   It's rich and meaty and so delicious.

For those wishing for something with fowl, there's their Cajun Chicken (S$14.80/Php488.40*).  A house specialty, this juicy dish of Cajun spice-seasoned chicken thigh, served with a rich mushroom sauce, mashed 'taters, and veggies is a truly a great comfort food.

Cajun Chicken


If you're in the mood for burgers, Wawawa also serves delicious Mini Beef Burgers (S$13.80/Php455.40*) to meet your cravings.

Mini Beef Burgers


Served with a side of fries and vegetables, it's a highly satisfying meal of juicy, perfectly cooked beef patties with cheese, sandwiched in between 2 brown, slightly charred buns.  Perfect with an ice cold beer; or for teetotalers like the Husband and me, an ice cold, non-alcoholic Lemon Iced Tea!

Lemon Iced Tea

Good food in a great, cool location.  What more can you ask for?  J

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Wawawa: Bistro by the Reservoir 
901 Bedok Reservoir Road
Singapore 479266
T      +65 6285 8038
E      info@wawawa.com.sg
W     http://www.wawawa.com.sg/index.php


Please visit the Wawawa: Bistro by the Reservoir website (click here for the site) for more information on menu items and branch location.

Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.


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