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16 Coffees Worth Traveling For
Burpple Guides, Cafes & Coffee 16 Coffees Worth Traveling For From sipping filtered batch brews in a green courtyard to slurping old school butter kopi in a Lavender coffeeshop, there are 16 different coffee experiences for you in this handy guide! Add these coffee spots to your Wishlist and explore the best and most unique coffees Singapore has to offer.
New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: May 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: May 2016 We are almost halfway through the year, but there's no sign of us slowing down when it comes to eating β€” not when there are so many new restaurants popping up! Enjoy affordable tonkatsu sets in Serangoon or head over to Changi Airport for a dose of all things Hello Kitty β€” either way, there's something for everyone!
20 Best Cafes 2016
Burpple Guides, Cafes & Coffee 20 Best Cafes 2016 One year on and a lot of eating later, we are thrilled to present to you Burpple's Guide to 20 Best Cafes 2016. These 20 cafes are on this list only because we answered a resounding YES to the following questions. One, do they serve tasty food? Two, do they have good drinks (extra points for coffee)? And three, would we happily return to just hang out? So bring a friend (or a good book), pack your appetite and get set for a month of cafe hopping!
CBD Lunch Ideas
Burpple Guides CBD Lunch Ideas Where to for lunch? We've curated this guide so as to feed CBD workers with fresh ideas for this very important question. From nourishing set lunches under $10 at a Cantonese restaurant to unlimited side dishes at a ramen joint and a smart option for business dining, we've got you covered. All places shortlisted are within 10 minutes' walk from either Tanjong Pagar or Raffles Place MRT stations.

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Bara Chirashi Don

Huge, chunky pieces of fish that were pretty fresh. The slightly lumpy and cold rice wasn't as appealing though. The mochi that came as a dessert (set lunch) was great, with a smooth cream custard filling in the middle. Do make reservations during weekends especially if you're coming in a big group.

Wimbly Lu Waffles

Waffles and ice cream are the best combination ever. Would prefer a creamier ice cream as this one simply melt too fast! $11.50 for double scoop ice cream waffle

Black Angus Beef (300g, $32)

Finally made my way to the new 142-seater at The Treasury! A big space that's perfect for large groups & what's best is that now you get some variation of beef & an Omakase option! That aside, our medium rare beef that we ordered came with a perfect pink center & charred just right on the outside. Don't say I didn't tell you about this πŸ˜‰

Thai Style Wanton Noodles

This is probably my third or fourth visit to this joint and I'm seriously still digging the consistency of the quality of noodles and the ingredients prepared. The Mee Kia (thin noodles) are cooked to the ideal doneness. The way the noodles are seasoned is just like how it's done in BKK. Ingredients included a couple of deep fried wantons (dumplings), some Chinese Sausages (Lup Cheong), Thai Style Char Siew (not as sweet but more savory) and a bowl of soup with two wantons. One of the key ingredients I felt was the crispy pork lard. It provided a wholeness to the entire dish and completed it. 5/5

Redhill // Fishball Mee πŸ†

πŸ†C's Top 3 Fishball MeeπŸ†

NOODLES: Love love love the noodles and the chili. Zero vinegar in this one. The concoction of sauce that the noodles is mixed in, is just superb.


WAITING TIME: 15 min on a Sunday morning

QUEUE: >6 pax in front

Redhill // πŸ†No. 1 White Carrot CakeπŸ†

πŸ† C's Top 3 CTK πŸ†
πŸ† C's No. 1 White CTK πŸ†
Available in $2/3/4

WAITING TIME: 5 min on a late Sunday morning

SPECIAL LOVE FOR πŸ’—: Without a doubt the best white carrot cake. Awesome texture. Crispy bits here and there.

Chicken Chop

Prices are at $5.50 for a plate.

A corner of Tiong Bahru Market serves out sizzling plates of Taiwanese-style western food. This Chicken Chop ($5.50) comes with 2 pieces of juicy chicken breast, baked beans, coleslaw, fries and sunny side up. The chicken was easily to die for, as it is flavourful and tasted even better with the gravy. The fries were lightly salted and crispy, while the egg goes well with the sauce from the baked beans!

Hot Plate Western Food is located at Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre, #02-54, 30 Seng Poh Road, S(168898).

Rhubarb & Pear Waffles

I was a little hesitant when the waiter recommended the most expensive waffle on the menu and that there was no weekend special. Well, it was really "you get what you paid for"! The rhubarb didn't disappoint; it was so tantalising!