Tipsy Time is a Chinese restaurant in Bugis with spicy beef noodles, pork tripe & more with unlimited noodle refills and side dishes till midnight daily

by Jermina

Can’t decide what to eat? 

Here’s something new that you might wanna consider for your next lunch or dinner date. 

Tipsy Time
Photo: Tipsy Time Bugis/facebook

Nestled along Beach Road, Tipsy Time is a cosy restaurant that specialises in Hunan-style cuisine and draft beers, just a five minutes walk away from Bugis MRT

If you’re looking for a spot to host family gatherings or large parties, this restaurant offers a mash of noodles and hot dishes that are made for sharing (a very similar concept to a zi char eatery)

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For those who claim to be an adventurous foodie, now’s your chance to explore the bold and fiery flavours of Hunan as they use special spices with loads of red chillies to achieve the signature hot, sour, and smoky flavour.

Tipsy Time
Photo: @tipsytimebugis/instagram

Attention, spice enthusiasts!

Turn up the heat with the Beef Noodle Soup ($13.80) or Green Chilli Pork Noodle Soup ($12.80). Both dishes sport a hot and peppery broth alongside slurp-worthy al dente noodles specially imported from Hunan.

Not to mention, they allow unlimited noodle refills and free-flow side dishes that include the likes of kimchi, stir-fried mushrooms, pickles and more.

Photo: @tipsytimebugis/instagram

Not a fan of spice?

Go for the Hunan Pig Organ Noodle Soup ($13.80) instead — it’s a toned down version of the previous green chilli dish, but with the same level of satisfaction.  

Rich, fragrant and savoury, this broth has been tediously stewed in fresh meat and bones for long hours to extract all the savoury goodness.

Tipsy Time
Photo: SueAnn 抒恩 Lee/google images

But if you’re someone who prefers dry over soup noodles, you have to try the signature Hunan Fried Rice Noodles ($10.80)

The presentation may look unassuming at first, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the taste. It features springy noodles full of wok hei, coated in an umami sauce that you might not be able to get enough of.

Photo: @tipsytimebugis/instagram

Pair your noodles with other hot dishes like the Hot & Sour Spiced Pork Tripe (S$26.80), Flavoured Jumping Frog (S$32.80) or Spicy Chicken (S$20.80).

Even though the latter comes served with a generous amount of red chilli peppers, it isn’t as spicy as it looks (perfect for people with a low spice tolerance)

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Besides that, the Pickled Fish Slices (S$28.80) is a standout dish boasting fresh and tender fish slices with a sour and spicy sauce using pickled cabbages. You can even choose the spice level that suits your taste preferences in order to fully enjoy the dish.

The next time you’re in Bugis and craving for something spicy and filling, why not try out Tipsy Time? 

Tipsy Time 
📍 103 Beach Rd, #01-02, Singapore 189704
🕐 11am–12am (Daily)

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