Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Newly Opened, Burpple Guides New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: January 2015 Happy New Year Burpplers! Usher in 2015 by adding these hot new dining spots to your latest to-go list! A new year can only mean one thing... more awesome food places coming up in the year ahead. Don't miss out - keep your eyes peeled and watch this space. Did we miss out your favourite new restaurant/ cafe/ bar? Drop us a message at to let us know! :)
Supper, Burpple Guides 9 Best Steamboats in Singapore For the rare times when Singapore gets gloomy, "cold" and rains all day, there are few things as comforting and delightful as getting a bunch of friends and having a hotpot together. These 9 places are sure to warm you up and leave you feeling satisfied!
Burgers, Burpple Guides, Western 12 Best Burgers In Singapore Few things are more comforting than a really, really good burger. You know what we're talking about... Thick patties with juicy centres, topped with melted cheese, crispy bacon, delicious mushrooms, caramelised onions, and all other sorts of sinful indulgences sandwiched between two perfect buns. Lucky for you, we're giving you the low-down on the best burger spots on the island!
Good For Groups, Chinese Best Dim Sum In Singapore Need a quick and easy guide to the best Dim Sum places in Singapore? Here's the ultimate list, there's something for everyone!

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Smoked Salmon Toast

Cafe Melba is great for families with kids, they have a huge grass field for kids to run about and a bouncy castle to keep them entertained. Food was just average at best, nothing to shout about.

from Shurong Lo
Miam Miam Squid Ink Risotto And Fluffy Curry Rice

Absolutely love the risotto to bits. Not too salty and nice blend. Together with the fluffy curry it's a formidable duo!

from Jasmine Chng
Mixed Oysters On Ice (priced between $4 and $7.50 per oyster)

Here is our platter of half a dozen oysters featuring a pair from three different French varieties. We left it to the discretion of our server to pick the combination. I must be getting old because although she did an introduction, I can't recall their names...
Regardless, it's good to know that Culina's shucks them fresh (and for free) upon order. These tasted fine but as I'm not overly fond of briny oysters, the creamy ones I had at "Oceans of Seafood" a couple of months ago remain my favourite.

Mee Siam ($9++)

For my Mee Siam, I prefer a concentrated gravy that packs in enough sourness, sweetness and spiciness. This one ticks all the boxes 👌 But it's still a bit pricey in my opinion.

from Veronica Phua
For Just About Any Occasion

From a Vintage Tea Party with the girls on the weekend, to brunch with the family, or a dinner with friends, House is a great spot for gatherings of any kind. Order food to share when you're at House, especially their Skinny Pizzas and wide variety of fries. Don't miss their desserts either, the chocolate tart is to die for. Make reservations early!

from Burpple Guides
For A Neighbourhood Favorite

While it's almost certain that the Hougang and Bedok communities are already well-acquainted with this neighborhood favourite, the rest of the city might not yet be. The food is cheap and tasty, and the ambience friendly and relaxing. Highly recommended dishes include the Pad Thai at $5, thick-based Tom Yam at $6 (really hot) and stir-fried Mince Pork with Basil ($6).

from Burpple Guides
For A Crowd Pleaser

Awfully Chocolate is accessible to most of us, making it that much easier to satisfy our chocolate cravings anytime. The thick, rich chocolatey taste of their Super Stacked Cake will leave you wanting for more. Count 'em, it's not one, but six fudge layers!For a good brownie fix, try their Salted Butterscotch Brownie, a really chewy treat.

from Jasper Six&Seven