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!
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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A Lovely Earl Grey & Lemon Harmony ($3)

The cake itself is an aromatic earl grey with a nice crumb. They don't hold back when it comes to the glaze which is cool by me because I got a loud blast of that gorgeous intense lemon zing. And that's the way I like it, uh-ha uh-ha :)

from Veronica Phua
"Watching Rainbows" ($9.80 nett)

What a poetic name for a smile-inspiring cake :) The frosting is what sets this rainbow cake apart from the others out there. It is more of a thick and dense chocolate fudge rather than the usual soft type of cream cheese or vanilla buttercream frosting found on other cakes. Spread generously all over and in-between each coloured cake layer, you can't help but get full-on chocolate in every bite. Not a bad thing if you are a chocoholic.

from Veronica Phua
Shakshouka Skillet ($16)

Simmered in the thick slightly spicy tomato gravy were two eggs which had yolks that're still runny when I broke them. Eating this with my fingers was such a novelty - tearing off chunks of the warm Turkish "pide" bread to dip in the rich sauce.
The two sides of a salad (comprising of tiny cubes of cucumber, tomatoes and onion) and "tahini" dip (a smooth, creamy sesame paste) rounded off my vegetarian meal nicely.

from Veronica Phua
Eggs Royale ($20 nett)

I was torn between the Chicken Rendang and Eggs Royale but in the end, the latter's "Recommended" tag in the menu swayed me.
Instead of the typical English muffin/brioche base, their eggs were served on Turkish bread which worked nicely too. Hollandaise sauce was very slightly sweet, flavourful and not overly creamy. As for the salad, they dressed it up with the ever-popular Japanese sesame sauce.
My verdict: Although decent, it's rather pricey at $20. What's worth noting though is that it's available from 8.30am daily. So those with early morning cravings for Eggs Ben now have a place to go.

from Veronica Phua
Rainy Mornings Need A Hearty Brekkie

Good morning fellow Burpplers!
Creamy scrambled eggs + sourdough toast + sautéed spinach + a little tub of butter (for me, myself and I, yippee) = A breakfast I champion 😄

from Veronica Phua
Fairly decent Mexican food

The rice used for the paella was more like the normal rice we eat locally instead of the short grain rice, but still tasty and the meat was tender. Had the fajitas also which was ok. Generally food was not too bad though it did leave us thirsty after that...

Bircher Muesli

Refreshing orange flavour, filling and delicious, however the thickness of the muesli varies on different visits

from Jess :)