I've been trying to cut my meat and the impossible burger has made it possible (the punsssss).

On a serious note, it's nice to see that Fat boys has a small menu with options for friends who are going meatless. I particularly liked their impossible burger. It was juicy and cooked well.

We tried their pasta with the impossible meat. The sauce was too sweet and did not do much justice to the 'meat.'

Nonetheless I've visited fat boys for their impossible burger thrice and that is probably going to be the norm now.

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Basically I was trying to treat my partner to something and I saw Porta on Burpple.

I don't know where to begin but the food was amazing. We were totally impressed by the quality and the flavour of the food. I have to say that the mains weren't as mind blowing as the starters and the desserts.

For starters we got the octopus and duck.
Mains were lamb shank and the porta burger.
For desserts we had tiramisu and the black forest cake.

It's a great place to celebrate an occasion. Or if you simply want to have a really good meal after a rough day.

Looking forward to my second trip there.

We used the burpple one for one to get a salmon scallop aburi don.
Firstly the portion of the fish is extremely generous. I loved how the flavours were so clean. If there was one thing that I would have requested from that dish was for the salmon to not be torched too long. Cause some of the pieces were too cooked for my liking.

Im just being really picky but other than that, this is a place I would immediately pick out as a no-frills, affordable salmon sashimi don spot.

Cant wait to go back!

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Hokkaido sushi is honestly one of the best Japanese buffets you can ask for in Singapore. The pricing is reasonable. You get what you pay for and that is basically quality.

I'm a huge fan of their salmon and swordfish sashimi. The food is so fresh and the service is commendable. You have to try their garlic, miso and spicy sushis. This place is totally worth your calories.


Eggs Benedict with steak and roasted potatoes. Potatoes were slightly hard but this dish was worth the travel to Tiong Bahru. Excellent eggs while the steak was so well seasoned and absolutely delicious. Will definitely head back.

Spent Mother's Day here for tea at the Landing point. The best part about the tea is that, the items are free flow. Additionally that's a little buffet line (bolds the word 'little') that you can help yourself to while waiting for your tea set. Teas are from TWG and they are free flow as well. Basically if youre looking for high tea, with a nice view and an awesome spectrum of food, you should drop by the Landing Point. 👌

We had the salted egg calamari for starters, and the poulet champignon and the nagano miso pork, for mains.
The calamari was slightly disappointing. It did not taste fresh and it seemed like it came out of a pack.
The mains were surprising good though. Specifically for the poulet champignon, the chicken was tender and the truffle flavour of the mash was strong. I felt like the surrounding peaches and beet sauce/rasp sauce (?) was out of place, and the mains would have been better without them.

Nonetheless the mains were good and we will definitely return for them.

Nested within M hotel, this Japanese buffet serves garlic miso aburi salmon sushi that’s so good, you’ll want to go back for more. They do not have an extensive menu, however, their items are of great quality that the short fall in range will be overlooked.

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Best sweet potato fries I’ve had in a long time. I got myself a bacon walnut salad which was so hearty and well dressed. Definitely heading back there for the burgers (what was I thinking tryna leave the place with a salad).

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I always go to beauty world for a good weekend breakfast. This is the “must have” combo for me. Soya sauce chicken rice ($3.50) and XLB ($7.50 for 10).


Okay Koo kee totally needs some air time here. We all love yong tau foo but honestly nothing comes close to Koo kee YTF. The noodle reminds of Kolo mee, a dish you get in Sarawak. Plus it pairs so well to the ingredients. I smother a generous amount of chilli and ketchup available at the shop, on my noodle. Just. So. Awesome.
Works well for every meal ♥️

We had the fennel sausage pizza ($30), bone marrow ($18) and the chicken liver on bruschetta ($17). Out of the three dishes, the chicken liver was the best. It was cooked right and had a good amount of seasoning on it.
The bone marrow could do with an element of acidity to cut through the fattiness. While the fennel sausage could do with heat and salt. Food was generally heavy on fat, so you will tend to struggle finishing your last bits. Nonetheless I’ll probably head back to try their pastas 👌 I’ll give the pizza side a 6/10.

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