Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars: July 2015 The heat returns, which signals more new ice cream options! This July, go forth and try Taiwanese soft serve with moustaches, cheekily-named Neh Neh Pop creamsicles and green curry gelato (?!). There are cool steak and waffle burgers too!
Burpple Guides, Vietnamese 10 Best Places for Vietnamese in Singapore There's more to Vietnamese than the usual pho, banh mi and spring rolls. There are spicy beef stew noodle soups, Vietnamese hotpot, broken rice bowls, Vietnamese BBQ and more. Check this list out for more soul-satisfying authentic Vietnamese cuisine!
Burpple Guides, Steak 15 Best Steaks in Singapore This list is your answer for days when you just need a glorious piece of perfectly charred, succulent steak. Whatever you're looking for – a casual, affordable option or somewhere swankier to bring your special someone to, we've got you covered.
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good Cheap & Good Food in Singapore Who says you can't eat well and not burn a hole in your wallet? Here's a list of restaurants, cafés and eateries in Singapore with great food and value for money, even on a budget.

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Le Chocolat

This is a chocoholic's dream. Dig into those luscious layers of chocolate mousse and sorbet, a lovely combination that's light as a cloud. Chocolate pearls and vanilla crumble gave it a little crunch; its chocolaty and buttery flavours diffusing on the palate with every spoonful. So delightful, until you realise that it's all gone :(

Norwegian Salmon ($18.90 nett)

Every day can feel like a weekend when you start on a sumptuous, scrumptious note. Take this breakfast for instance where a thick slice of sourdough is the yoga mat on which house-smoked salmon, creamy scrambled eggs, cooked spinach and a decadent dill sauce perform their sun salutations. Can anyone say YUMaste? 😁😆

from Veronica Phua
Duck Noodles; Wanton Noodles; Wanton Soup ( Approx $13 For 2)

Shiokkkkkkk is sinking your teeth into some tender fatty duck meat, then slurping on the well seasoned noodles. Duck noodles is my favourite order over at Foong Kee, even though I believe they are more famous for their roasted pork. Char siew was also perfectly cooked, not overly sweet nor charred. I'd recommend to not order the bowl of wanton soup, as the wantons were just mediocre. Maybe I'd try the dumpling soup next time (:

from Sheryl Lyx
Norwegian Salmon ($18.90 nett)

Every day can feel like a weekend when you start on a sumptuous, scrumptious note. Take this breakfast for instance where a thick slice of sourdough is the yoga mat on which house-smoked salmon, creamy scrambled eggs, cooked spinach and a decadent dill sauce perform their sun salutations. Can anyone say YUMaste? 😁😆

Super thick stacks of fluffy golden hotcakes

I'm a little split on these lemongrass-infused hotcakes. I liked how the lemongrass lent a beautiful fragrance, though I'd have like to actually taste it in the batter. The generous topping of berries compote was also much appreciated, though it ended a wee too watery and sour for me. And while the hotcakes were cakey, thick, and fairly fluffy, I found them too chewy. I like my pancakes to soak in the sauces and syrups, and this hotcake couldn't.

It's not my kinda pancake and I wouldn't have this again; but I'm sure there'd be many others who love it. No harm giving it a try!

Thai Milk Tea Cake ($5)

The weekends are so close that I can almost taste it 😋! I will be having a 2 weeks "break" away from work as I don the green uniform for a yearly affair. Before that, let's look forward to the weekends and have a slice of the Thai Milk Tea Cake ($5) from Dutch Colony Coffee Co. which complements a cup of Flat White ($5) perfectly. However, it would be better if there's more of that heavenly Thai Milk Tea sauce on my cake because the cake gets a bit too dry once the sauce runs out. Nonetheless, Dutch Colony Coffee Co. is a very relaxed, chill-out place to have a seriously good cup of coffee and cakes.