Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Newly Opened, Burpple Guides New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: December 2014 December: the most wonderful time of the year! Celebrate the festive season with these new restaurant/ cafe/ bar openings. Time is ticking, so see how many new and noteworthy places you can squeeze in before 2015 comes! Know of any awesome places we've missed out? Let us know at community@burpple.com.
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!
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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Honeycomb

i prefer this over honey creme, because i don't have to queue and it's not as heavy/milky as honey creme. choose from 2 flavours of soft serve (yogurt or milk), and 5 options (pictured here is matcha). the honeycomb bit is really good, and the syringe contains more honey!

from belle ong
Live Australian Lobster Sautéed with Spring Onion & Ginger

Succulent lobster meat that goes springy under your molar! Ask for a slightly more gravy to make the dish more dewy. The sauce is lovely executed, even taste and marry well with the fresh lobster chunks. $42/100g. Each live lobster can goes up to 1kg, so check with the kitchen for the size prior to order to suit your budget. I had a 1.1kg of Australian king lobster here. A whopping $450+/-. Definitely a splurge but worthy.

Philly Cheese Steak ($14)

Compact, so it fits easily even in my hand, this is a sandwich that delivers gratifying mouthfuls every time you sink your teeth into it.
Until you actually have a taste, it's hard to believe the amount of filling -- roast sirloin beef, wilted baby spinach, tomato, melted cheddar and mozzarella cheeses plus some Dijon mustard -- that's packed neatly between those slices of multi-grain bread. But the moment you do, you will. It's a flavour bomb 😋

from Veronica Phua
The Day's Special Sandwich ($12)

Prepared completely in-house, the pork has been cooked for 12 hours resulting in beautiful tenderness. What really makes this sandwich beyond yummy is the mildly spicy sauce that is slathered all over the pork. It's a guaranteed-to-get-your-juices-flowing blended concoction of grilled green chillies, garlic, fresh lemon juice and a sprinkle of salt. In other words, it's similar to a "salsa verde". Keeping the pulled pork company between slices of rye bread were salad leaves and guacamole. Admittedly, the whole thing is a bit oily but I don't care. And my preference is to eat it with my hands for maximum "shiok-ness".
I'd happily return to have this again very soon but the Lemongrass Steak Sandwich here looks equally promising. Going to have a hard time deciding on the two but nope, I am not complaining 😄

from Veronica Phua
The One & Only Fruity Rainbow Cake ($7.80+)

Already famous like nobody's business and deservedly so, this rainbow cake was delightful to the point of inspiring someone I know who isn't into cakes, to crave a second slice!
This being my first encounter with the iconic cake meant that I had to take a bite of each coloured layer on its own, just to taste the flavours individually. After that, I just dug in, cramming mouthfuls of multiple layers at one go. Interestingly, I found it tasted somewhat like bubblegum then.

from Veronica Phua
My Catch Of The Day

Crayfish always reminds me a little of lobster albeit a less luxurious version. In this cold sandwich, the fresh-tasting crayfish is cut into chunks and tossed in a bit of light mayo dressing prior to being used as a filling. Joining the crayfish in between those slices of preservative-free bread is a generous amount of rocket leaves and a few slices of tomato. Confession: I am so into this sandwich right now I could eat it everyday if it's available 😋

from Veronica Phua
It had me at "Smoked Pork Jowl" ($23++)

Seduction in sandwich form is when a tender piece of sweetish smoked pork jowl is presented between the halves of a butter croissant, along with portobello mushroom, a ridiculously creamy scrambled egg, avocado and tangy hickory sauce. Not to be outdone, the crisp fries and lightly-dressed salad were worthy companions.

from Veronica Phua
My Catch Of The Day

Crayfish always reminds me a little of lobster albeit a less luxurious version. In this cold sandwich, the fresh-tasting crayfish is cut into chunks and tossed in a bit of light mayo dressing prior to being used as a filling. Joining the crayfish in between those slices of preservative-free bread is a generous amount of rocket leaves and a few slices of tomato. Confession: I am so into this sandwich right now I could eat it everyday if it's available 😋

from Veronica Phua