We found this place in Burpple. My husband and I decided to choose this place for our ROM lunch. The food quality standard is good and they would even come out with new dishes too. It has become our favourite dining place. With such good quality of food & services, we recommended and brought our friends over to give it a try! Definitely worth a visit! :)

Dropped by this neighbourhood cafe to utilise our burpple beyond. Enjoyed the Chicken Quesadilla ($9.90 iirc). Quite value for money (especially with burpple beyond) as the quesadilla was stuffed with filling! And eat it while it's warm for a slight cheese pull. Yum!

Saw this pop up on Burpple and got a chance to pick this up after lunch last week.

So glad to have somewhere in the neighborhood that does a great Dirty Matcha! Thoroughly enjoyed this - the matcha was smooth and not too bitter, and was well balanced with the milk and coffee. The barista really knows her stuff ๐Ÿ‘

I was slightly elated to learn that ฤ€TO opened an outlet at Marymount Community Club recently, providing some dining options to the visitors to the facilities.

Initially, I was not too sure if the Ramen could surprise me considering its price of S$9.90 with Chashu, Ajitama and black fungus added into the pork broth with thin noodles. Little did I know that the noodles were made in-house and cooked on point for that touch of quality.

As much as I would have yearned for more intensity in the broth flavour, I could not deny the fact that this was already an acceptably-good bowl of Ramen with a sweet price of under ten bucks.

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Mornings made better with this fluffy filling bun from @justdoughsg. If you love old school tutukuehs, you are definitely gonna love the coconut and brown sugar bun! Overall, the taste was not too sweet and very very yummy! โฃ
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If you are gonna munch them on the spot, Just Dough sells their buns hot out of the steamer! But, if you are bagging them home, place a cup of water next to the plate of bun and microwave for about 1 minute until piping hot, but not too hot or itโ€™ll dry out the buns. โฃ
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One of my favorite places for Vietnamese food - apart from their banh mi their usual dishes seem pretty authentic too!

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When the going gets tough, the tough get going - on Dumpling feast! ๐ŸฅŸ It is suitable for changing climate: ๐ŸŒง or ๐ŸŒž. Each Dumpling is packed with pork & cabbage. Once bitten, the soup is oozing in a right proportion with the filling. The spicy sauce is quite mild for us but spicy enough to validate the dish. One bowl has 10 pcs of Dumpling and will definitely make you full!! ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿœ

Tucked under HDB flats in Toa Payoh, find this quaint cafe for indulgent waffles and decadent scoops of ice cream. Share their signature Strawberry Cream with Charcoal Waffle ($14.90) amongst friends, or get their Chic and Waffle (Half) with Fries ($8.90) for a savoury twist. Burppler Jeremy Holden definitely enjoyed the Nyonya Chendol Waffle ($13.90) - "A delectable chendol waffle topped with not one but three amazing scoops of ice-cream - vanilla, coconut & gula melaka!"
Photo by Burppler Jeremy Holden

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Finally got to try Wei Yi Laksa and Prawn Noodle at Tanglin Halt after having it on the to-try list for a long while. Opted for the smallest bowl with only two condiments to be added; the stall also offers their Laksa with other variations of condiments including chicken and cockles for those who are looking for a more wholesome experience with their Laksa here.

The stall has always been known to attract a queue, and a taste of the Laksa tells the reason why โ€” while most Laksa gravy out there seems to focus more on the creaminess of the coconut milk of the late, Wei Yi Laksa & Prawn Noodleโ€™s rendition is a perfect balance between the coconut milk and rempah spices; the rempah spices bring still fragrant, but the gravy is nowhere jelak. Instead, it is a harmonious blend of the two โ€” sufficiently rich, but not cloyingly so, yet without being anywhere watered down. The addition of the sambal chili provides a good hint of savouriness that further enhances the notes of the rempah spices, whilst also providing the Laksa with a moderately spicy kick that tingles the taste buds. Liked how they arenโ€™t stingy with the prawns here โ€” the prawns are also pretty fresh, carrying a distinct sweetness of its own while the beancurd soaks up all of the flavour from the gravy and provides a burst of flavours when had with the slurpy thick bee hoon.

A good bowl of Laksa of a pretty respectable quality โ€” must say that it does take somebody who appreciates old-school flavours to truly understand the work behind the Laksa served here; something that feels pretty humble and down-to-earth without being all gimmicky with the addition of unnecessary seafood or fusion. Thanks to the friend whom was actually craving for their Prawn Noodles and made me wait in line to make his order that eventually tempted me to get the Laksa โ€” not something I have planned but definitely an open opportunity for me to finally give them a try, with no regrets!

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Amazing food with large portions! Affordable and so worth! I ordered the flat iron steak and the signature pork ribs. The steak was juicy and cooked perfectly. The pork ribs were so tender and the meat falls off the bone effortlessly. Highly recommend! I will be back here with my family next time!

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Currently they are running a Buy 2 Get 2 Free promo, which works up to $1 per bun!! A huge steal, if you asked me. The catch? You don't know what flavour bun you will get since there are no labels or indications. I cheated and looked at the bottoms of each bun to get a hint of what flavour each bun is. ๐Ÿ˜† Lucked out and got what I wanted: salted egg yolk!! The filling is absolutely generous and rich in salted egg flavour. It can be a bit sweet, and the bun is really ordinary (other than being rainbow-coloured), but worth it for the salted egg yolk lava at $1 imo.

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You don't always need rice for a grain bowl. At Sideways, you'll find grilled ribeye steaks and other proteins mixed together with leafy greens, with pairings like avocado and poached eggs to add flavour. Burppler Amanda Liu loves the Halloumi Fever, with comes with roasted aubergine, padron peppers, artichokes, and more. "Each piece of item is grilled perfectly with a hint of char with every bite. Mix them together with the hummus to give you a nutty fix and a creamy finish with the burrata."

Photo by Burppler Amanda Liu

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