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Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants 2016
Burpple Guides, Halal Best Halal Cafes & Restaurants 2016 Running out of new, Halal places to visit? Here are eight more to add into 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!
15 Best Izakayas in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Dinner with Drinks, Japanese 15 Best Izakayas in Singapore As izakayas continue to spring up all over Singapore, we’ve realized that this might just be one of the most fun forms of dining — if you’ve yet to try, you really should. These casual, lively Japanese watering holes are meant for groups of friends to wind down over bite-sized goodies and beers after work. You can keep going for hours, ordering small bites and more drinks as your worries slip away. We've sussed out the best izakayas — from crispy chicken tails in Orchard to rosti mentai in the CBD and buta kakuni in Tanjong Pagar — start saving these places to your Wishlist!
New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: June 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars In Singapore: June 2016 It's the last weekend of June and we've got a list of places for the forever hungry! Get your tummies ready for some authentic Mexican grub in town, tasty grain bowls in the CBD and molten lava cookies in the East that will see you eating your way through to July!
Best Supper Spots in Singapore 2016
Burpple Guides, Supper Best Supper Spots in Singapore 2016 There is something strangely gratifying, and a little naughty, about supper. It's usually spontaneous and sometimes even unnecessary, but for night owls, you cannot argue with the need to quieten a growling belly at midnight. We trawled the island in search of the tastiest places to eat after dark — from back alley zi char in Geylang and Thai boat noodles in Selegie, to the spiciest Hokkien mee and the fluffiest prata in Macpherson, we have packed this guide with ideas for your next supper. Go on, live a little dangerously.

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Studio Cafe SG

Here's Studio Cafe SG: serving local malay favourites along with some western foods. Cheap and good and not pretendious. (Fried Kway Teow was $6.50, Chilli Cheese Fries was $6) Sandwich is so-so though.
The ice cream place next door, Little Prince Creamery, is awesome too!
#toapayoh #burpple

Nasi Goreng Daging ($5.50)

Sliced beef in fried rice isn't something that crosses my mind automatically but it turned out to be satisfying when I tried the dish at Dahlia's Cafe. Initially, I was surprised to learn that it's non-spicy. Since I wanted a bit of kick, I asked for a saucer of their "sambal belachan". A smart move if I may say so myself, because mixing that into the fried rice added a nice boost to the overall flavour. Love how the pickled green chilli threw in a fruity spicy bite too.

Desserts – Dawn Of A New Ice Age

The S’mores is our local rendition of Dominique Ansel creation, which is a dark chocolate ice cream and cracker crumb core encased within a torched marshmallow exterior.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/ice-cream-desserts/

Once you 'see' the amount of 'food' inside this casserole, you will understand why there is a 'sea' of 'food' inside.

With fresh sea bass, smoked salmon and tiger prawns swimming in a creamy sauce, this Truffle Seafood Casserole ($35) is housed in buttery puff pastry aquarium. The only missing character is the truffle which I felt didn't take the bait. Nonetheless, I can almost hear the Under The Sea soundtrack playing in the background.

Roosevelt’s Diner & Bar
Address: 331, New Bridge Road, Dorsett Residences, Unit 01-02, Singapore 088764

Once you 'see' the amount of 'food' inside this casserole, you will understand why there is a 'sea' of 'food' inside.

With fresh sea bass, smoked salmon and tiger prawns swimming in a creamy sauce, this Truffle Seafood Casserole ($35) is housed in buttery puff pastry aquarium. The only missing character is the truffle which I felt didn't take the bait. Nonetheless, I can almost hear the Under The Sea soundtrack playing in the background.

Roosevelt’s Diner & Bar
Address: 331, New Bridge Road, Dorsett Residences, Unit 01-02, Singapore 088764

Desserts – Dawn Of A New Ice Age

The S’mores is our local rendition of Dominique Ansel creation, which is a dark chocolate ice cream and cracker crumb core encased within a torched marshmallow exterior.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/ice-cream-desserts/

Fancy Name Claypot Chicken Rice

The claypot chicken rice was normal. Not to say extraordinary. Take time to prepare so gotta wait for it to be served. Love the rich flavoured coffee pork ribs

Mentaiko Katsu

Pretty good tho a tad on the oily side. Gohan🍚wasn't as fluffy as I would like it to be