Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Newly Opened, Burpple Guides New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars: October 2014 HELLO OCTOBER. Usher in the new month by taking time out to visit these fresh new places! Know of awesome places not listed here? Drop us a message at community@burpple.com!
Thai, Burpple Guides Best Thai Restaurants In Singapore There's no other cuisine quite like Thai. Simple yet robust and complex in flavour, it's not hard to fall in love with Thai food. Here are the best Thai places in Singapore that will hit the spot whenever your craving for Tom Yum/Pad Thai/Grilled Pork ensues!
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!
Burpple Guides, Japanese Best Ramen In Singapore Always on the hunt for good bowl of steaming hot ramen? This is a guide to the best places for in Singapore, featuring favourites, underdogs and unknowns.

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Pretty Food, Nothing Spectacular

This place has been making its rounds on social media, but I find it to be nothing more than just hype. The naanwich was an interesting concept, but turned out to be nothing more than extra chewy pizza. Perhaps the desserts will fare better, if there is a second visit.

Hi-tea

This café is recommended by my darling~ we were too stuffed from previous meal so we just shared our dessert Gula Melaka Soft Jelly ($8) & drink Sng Muay Pop ($3.9) I'm not a over-sweet tooth person so I didn't really like d dessert. Overall I would like to come again and try their food :)

"A" Grade Char Siew

Stall 45 at the popular East Coast Lagoon food centre is probably the only "wanton mee" stall in Singapore where I'd admit I am there because of the "char siew".
Having always rooted for savoury over sweet, "char siew" has never held that much fascination for me. So when I tuck into "wanton mee", it is the combination of everything else that matters more. Not just those few slices of red-coloured meat. This stall however, is one of the rare exceptions.
What I like about their version is that the texture of the "char siew" is just right: not hard, dry or chewy. Plus the unique way it's cut adds to the enjoyment because the meat sort of comes apart more easily. Being completely infiltrated by the sweet marinade during preparation stage and then served with extra sauce over it, flavour and juiciness are aplenty too. The meat has also spent enough time over flames to be charred in all the right places. I swear I can taste a slight smokiness in every delectable bite.

from Veronica Phua
Been Here Twice, And Would Come Again

Amazing ambience with friendly staff and live music. The food was yummy too - while you would expect the sharing platters to be standard fried fare, it's clear that this restaurant takes pride in their food. The items were cooked to perfection, with just the right amount of batter and seasoning.

"A" Grade Char Siew

Stall 45 at the popular East Coast Lagoon food centre is probably the only "wanton mee" stall in Singapore where I'd admit I am there because of the "char siew".
Having always rooted for savoury over sweet, "char siew" has never held that much fascination for me. So when I tuck into "wanton mee", it is the combination of everything else that matters more. Not just those few slices of red-coloured meat. This stall however, is one of the rare exceptions.
What I like about their version is that the texture of the "char siew" is just right: not hard, dry or chewy. Plus the unique way it's cut adds to the enjoyment because the meat sort of comes apart more easily. Being completely infiltrated by the sweet marinade during preparation stage and then served with extra sauce over it, flavour and juiciness are aplenty too. The meat has also spent enough time over flames to be charred in all the right places. I swear I can taste a slight smokiness in every delectable bite.

from Veronica Phua
Buttermilk Frog Legs!

Frog legs in a different style, not the typical claypot frog leg porridge that Singaporeans eat.

from Kaylene Hong
For Whimsical Cupcakes

Famously known as the cupcakes supplied to Penny University, these gorgeous creations come with a surprise filling in the middle, and delightfully unique flavor combinations. In a new brick-and-mortar space, Fluff serves 6 different flavors everyday, with the Red Velvet Nutella and Salted Caramel favourites being a mainstay. Other flavors include Ondeh Ondeh and Pineapple Tart. Get them early, they sell out quick! *Not Halal-certified, but Muslim-owned & Halal kitchen

from Rachel Xie