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Newly Opened, Burpple Guides New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars: November 2014 Tick tock - we're in the second last month of the year! Counting down to Christmas yet? It's that time of the month again where we bring you the hottest new openings. Did we miss out any awesome places? Drop us a message at community@burpple.com to let us know!
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 Hokkien Mee With Its Own Signature Style ($3)

Pretty much an institution and having their own style of frying, the Fried Hokkien Noodles here is quite dry but that's cool because all the "wok hei" flavour has been fried into the strands of "beehoon" and "mee". Another unique point is that their noodles are kept short and "al dente". Don't expect any "sambal chilli" either because all you get are slices of red chili in a light soya sauce to go with the fresh lime. Personally, I find it gives the dish a distinct purer taste. I guess when you've been doing this since 1963, there is no need to fix it if it ain't broke :)

from Veronica Phua
Omuret Set ($9++)

Coddled within the cushiony softness of the omelette is minced pork which adds sweetness to the egg. This simple but well executed dish is surprisingly filling as a set meal that includes a side dish, pickles, rice and miso soup. I still find it hard to believe it costs less than $11 inclusive of taxes. No wonder this place is always packed.

from Veronica Phua
No. 1 Nasi Lemak

Good, standard, quite filling too but still do not actually understand the hype..

Hokkaido Ramen, Menya Ryu

Well, ok only. The soup didn't do well with me. But nice chasiu and egg!

Seasons Bistro Famous Tuna Taco

Seasons Bistro Famous Tuma Taco - with it's unique combination of avocado mayonnaise, pickled onions, crispy shallots, cotija cheese and cilantro jalapeño watercress salad on tortilla shell. A perfect dish as starters giving a light flavor to spice up your appetite before the mains approaches! Something exotic on the menu, I would say!

from WahSoGood x
Seasons Bistro Famous Tuna Taco

Seasons Bistro Famous Tuma Taco - with it's unique combination of avocado mayonnaise, pickled onions, crispy shallots, cotija cheese and cilantro jalapeño watercress salad on tortilla shell. A perfect dish as starters giving a light flavor to spice up your appetite before the mains approaches! Something exotic on the menu, I would say!

Always The One For Me

I literally grew up on the "meepok ta" from 132 Traditional Teochew Meepok. My memories of going to the defunct Siglap Market with my family when I was a kid to tuck into a bowl of this after my mum finished her marketing, are still vividly etched in my mind. Even back then, I insisted on having it with "hiam jeo jway jway" (or "plenty of chilli" in English). I guess I could already tell how special their chilli paste was (it is a closely-guarded secret recipe by the way).
During their 40 years of business, this little stall has moved quite a few times (and spawned a few spin-offs of which I strongly feel, still can't hold a candle to the original). With each rediscovery of 132 Meepok's new location, I would breathe a huge sigh of relief of being able to continue to enjoy my favourite noodles once again.
Presently run by the founder's wife and one of their sons, the quality and taste remains the same but the queues are longer than ever. So I always get the biggest order at $5 whenever I'm there. And yes, still with "hiam jeo jway jway" :)

from Veronica Phua