Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Newly Opened, Burpple Guides New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: March 2015 We can't believe it's already March, and it appears that the craze for waffles, froyo and Korean fried chicken hasn't died down!
Cafes & Coffee, Burpple Guides 20 Best Cafes 2015 There have been plenty of new additions to the Singapore cafe scene the past year, so here's a spanking new list of cafes to visit in 2015 - Including the old and the new, the classic and the innovative. Time to add these places to your cafe-hopping list! :)
Chinese, Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good, Good For Groups 15 Best Zi Char Places In Singapore The epitome of local comfort food that fills your belly and warms your heart. These reasonably priced dishes are humble and homey, perfect for a gathering with your best friends and family. Check these places out for the best crabs/tofu/sweet&sour pork/pumpkin prawn/black pepper beef & salted egg anything.
Halal, Burpple Guides Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants [Newly Updated] In need of new Halal places to visit? This list features an array of cuisines, from Vietnamese to Latin American, Western to Chinese. Grab your friends and start checking these places off your list! Enjoy ;)

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Not Your Usual Eggs Benedict

This is my second time here, like I said before I didn't like the ambience and service but I could make do with the quality of food served. The eggs Ben ($22) is to die for. Unique twist to the classic poached eggs on muffin with hollandaise sauce. The texture of egg is cooked to perfection that it can be picked up easily even when it's broken. Did I mention the honey glazed bacon? Mmmmm~ the eggs sur Le plat($24) is equally delightful but I find it a little overpriced. Still acceptable for a one time try, they were generous with the servings of chorizo sausages.

from Rachel Ng
Hash Hash

From Paddy Hills at 38 South Buona Vista Road. Think of this as a baked eggs meets beef stew dish that comes with all sort of goodies from beef shank, chorizo, sautéed mushrooms and potatoes. The stew gets quite overwhelming halfway through for it only gets more savoury as time goes by, but overall you get a good combination of savoury and tangy flavours with a runny egg yolk. Walnut Toasts were crusty but had the tension in the centre when chewed; pretty satisfying. A tip: mix the hash at the start or the condiments feel like as though they are just taking their own respective areas they are assigned to.

Pork Dumpling Noodles ($4)

It's always a long queue here. Ji Ji had been nominated a local hawker favourite by many TV programmes and it's no wonder why. Their noodles are coated in a sauce that surprisingly smells like cai pok. Pork dumplings were filled, generous and satisfying. And they weren't stingy with the pork Lard either. Oh, do remember to add a whole spoonful of Chilli cause it's just way too awesome.

White (2oz)

From Paddy Hills at 38 South Buona Vista Road. Paddy Hills uses two blends that is specially roasted for them by Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee. This should be the Spark blend which has berry notes in its flavour, which is bright and fruity without leaving an aftertaste despite its size that seemed a tad strong.

Cauliflower Fritters

From Paddy Hills at 38 South Buona Vista Road. Air-fried Cauliflower Florets that are crisp and seasoned in paprika salt for a savoury flavour. Masala Yogurt dip gave it a sweet tang.

from Chua Xing Wei
Cauliflower Fritters

From Paddy Hills at 38 South Buona Vista Road. Air-fried Cauliflower Florets that are crisp and seasoned in paprika salt for a savoury flavour. Masala Yogurt dip gave it a sweet tang.

Sliced Duck in Crispy Spring Onion Pastry

It tastes nothing like duck, it tastes like bacon instead. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Oriental Salad In Special Vinegar Dressing

This is great as a starter because it is light and not too sour. Please read my full review at www.hungryghost.sg