Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
21 Best Places for Dates
Burpple Guides 21 Best Places for Dates Love is in the air and what better way to celebrate it than sharing good food with that special someone? Whether it's having an intimate garden brunch at a little known French restaurant, bold Middle Eastern eats at a charming courtyard joint, or a night out with girlfriends over tacos and legendary margaritas at a Mexican hotspot — we’ve got plenty of ideas for you for that perfect, romantic date!
Best Places for Healthy Salads and Sandwiches in Singapore
Burpple Guides Best Places for Healthy Salads and Sandwiches in Singapore Not all healthy foods are green, mean and downright tasteless. In 2016, keep to your #EatClean resolution with these 14 best places for satisfying, tasty, healthy salads and sandwiches. From a little known salad joint tucked in the basement of Chevron House to hearty Nordic sandwiches, there’s no need to compromise on the quality or flavour of your food when it comes to treating your body well. After all, green is the new black.
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: January 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: January 2016 Phew. January has gone by in a flash, and now's the right time to spend quality hours with your family over some good food at these new places! Start your weekend by dropping by the buzzy Instagram-worthy cafe along Bukit Timah Road to relax over a good coffee. Then, bring the kids out for an adventure to a carnival-themed café in Boon Keng, or reserve a table for your next big family celebration at a Cantonese restaurant!
14 Best Tapas and Small Plates in Singapore
Burpple Guides 14 Best Tapas and Small Plates in Singapore New year, new resolutions and new dining experiences to look forward to — like small plate dining. There's the saying "sharing is caring", so rope in a few of your friends and head down for a food adventure like no other!

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Chicken & Waffles

Been wanting to try their chicken & waffle for a while - I left with a happy belly. The buttermilk chicken was tender, moist and flavourful. The waffle could have been a lil more crisp but it worked really well with the maple butter. Overall, happy belly! Will come back to sample their other offerings.

Sea Urchin & Crab Tart

The whole reason why we actually wound up here for lunch, especially after seeing those photos that made us even more curious about it! This isn't anything like what I have had before so far; the umami-goodness is just simply overflowing from the fresh Sea Urchin down to the crab-infused tart. Just imagine flaky and buttery pastry filled with fillings much similar to an egg tart but full of crustacean flavour, and with shreds of crab meat within that gives it a chunky bite. Really interesting and mindblowing indeed!

Chicken Cutlet Rice with Curry (medium: $6)

With no veg as far as the eye can see (if there're chunks of potato in there, they're invisible), this is the polar opposite of a balanced meal. But eating healthy is not exactly top-of-mind when we order one of these, is it? Nosireee! What makes any sane person cave is because of our deep-seated human need for a crispy slab of fried chicken cutlet; one that's chopped up and mercilessly drowned in unapologetically thick, salty curry. Who gives a damn how the dish looks? All that counts is its "shiok-ness", of which this more than qualifies.

Chicken Cutlet Rice with Curry (medium: $6)

With no veg as far as the eye can see (if there're chunks of potato in there, they're invisible), this is the polar opposite of a balanced meal. But eating healthy is not exactly top-of-mind when we order one of these, is it? Nosireee! What makes any sane person cave is because of our deep-seated human need for a crispy slab of fried chicken cutlet; one that's chopped up and mercilessly drowned in unapologetically thick, salty curry. Who gives a damn how the dish looks? All that counts is its "shiok-ness", of which this more than qualifies.

Pear Crumble

Some different from the usual apple crumble but it's the same concept. It's well balanced, not too sweet. It doesn't look piping hot when it comes but it is really hot when you start digging your spoons in. So do be careful.

Combo 3

Looks a little scanty but it's about the quality but not the quantity (the mains can be quite a portion). You can choose the list of food from the menu and have a starter like this. My friends and I had chose potato croquette, meat loaf (which looks like roasted pork but tasted better and crispier) and pork schnitzel (cutlet). The service is not that fantastic guess it's due to lack of staff. But the food is good. Will go back again!

Truffle Wagyu Beef Bowl

Disappointing - truffle taste underwhelmed. Taste like normal beef bowl, or maybe over expectation.