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Best Burgers in Singapore 2016
Burpple Guides, Burgers Best Burgers in Singapore 2016 A lot has changed in two years since our last burger guide. Surprisingly, the greatest burgers this year aren't just coming from burger-focused joints. We've enjoyed excellent ones from a casual-chic steakhouse in the CBD, an ice cream bar in Siglap, an artsy cafe in Kampong Glam, and even an Australian butchery in Dempsey. Every one of these 14 burgers proves that eating with your hands and getting a little messy is so much fun. Bring an open mind and an even bigger appetite. Ready, set, eat!
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: July 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: July 2016 Seven months of eating and there's still no sign of us stopping. Nope, none at all. From affordably priced Japanese lunch sets in town to purple yam soft serve in Novena and over the top milkshakes in Holland Village, get your tummy rumbling with this glorious list we've curated — ready, set, eat!
Best Fries in Singapore 2016
Burpple Guides Best Fries in Singapore 2016 This week, it's all about fries, fries, fries. Whether you like yours shoestring or thick cut, slathered in kimchi cheese or dipped in truffle mayo, we've sussed out the tastiest of the tastiest in Singapore. Get the napkins ready, because your fingers are about to get greasy!
Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants 2016
Burpple Guides, Halal Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants 2016 Running out of new, Halal places to visit? Here are more places to add to your wishlist of eats. Be it tucking into cafe grub in Thomson, wolfing down Korean fried chicken in Bugis or having durian desserts in Ang Mo Kio, this guide is about to get you very hungry!

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Yummy Pancakes!

Ordered the recommended matcha montblanc and i wasn't disappointed! Paired as well with the dora yaki smoothie which really tasted like dora yaki hahaha

Tuscan Eggs ($14.80)

Perched on the 2nd storey of a shophouse, this cafe is especially lovely during the day. With natural light flooding in against the white-washed walls, it is a nice spot to study or do some work, while the afternoon away, or take instagram-worthy shots 😏

They've got a fairly extensive menu of all-day breakfasts, pastas, salads, and a couple of mains. But how often do we get to have breakfast for lunch? The Tuscan Eggs were a simple affair; two runny eggs baked in a sea of Parmesan cheese and juicy mushrooms. Served with your choice of sourdough toast or a short stack of two thin pancakes. The Loft Breakfast ($17.50) earned its stamp of approval from my dining partner as well.

You just can’t go wrong with this fruity blend!

Bringing the comfortable Korean-style coffee shop to Singapore, Paik’s Coffee is both affordable and fashionable as prices start from $2.50! The bright yellow store front can surely cheer up your day as you get a quick perk-me-up in a form of a tall beverage.

Ever-popular and classic, I would recommend their banana smoothies that comes in two yummy flavour combinations - strawberry or chocolate. You can then kick it up a notch with a large swirl of soft yogurt as you look forward to some cool respite from the heat. One of their best sellers, the Strawberry Banana Smoothie with Froyo ($5.50) which I had, was not overly sweet and well complimented with the sour-ish yogurt. For something substantial, you should really try Paik’s Bibim just next to it.


From now till the end of August 2016, Paik's Bibim & Paik's coffee is having a 10% off total bill! All you have to do is show the staff that you have followed @paiks.coffeesg and @paiks.bibimsg on Insta or FB, us AND quote “PaiksXBurpple” ! Simple!


A big thank you to Burpple for the tasting invite and Paik's Coffee / Paik's Bibim for hosting us!

Traditional Fried Kway Teow

Finally tried the famous Katong Peter Fried Kway Teow and it is SO GOOD. Love the sweet black sauce they coat the noodles in.

Tenderloin Steak

Place was surprisingly empty for a Saturday afternoon; nonetheless I was eager to try the famed affordable steaks. Besides steak, they also have other meat dishes (pork and chicken) as well as pasta. Ordered the 200g tenderloin (black pepper sauce), medium, with apple walnut & potato salad for sides. The steak was cooked to more of a medium rare doneness, but i guess it was due to the thickness of the meat. Nonetheless, it was still delicious; tender and juicy even without the accompanying black pepper sauce. Was hoping for more of the sides though. One of my go to places for steak :)

Curry Bouncy Noodles With Chicken Chop $7.9

True to its namesake "bouncy" QQ noodles in a lemak Chinese style coconut curry accompanied by a sweetly savoury grilled chicken chop and surprisingly oozy fried egg. Your arteries might not thank you for this but your tastebuds certainly will.

Taste: 3.5/5

Mazesoba With Soft Boiled Egg

Can't say I'm a fan of dry ramen; I love a good tonkotsu or miso broth too much. But as a noodle dish this one was quite delicious.