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This was cheaper than the tenderloin, and slightly less tender and juicy - but still exceedingly value for money and beautifully presented.

This was to die for! The beef was done so perfectly at medium rare and just slightly crispy on the outside. The fats were melt-in-your-mouth and the portion size was amazing. What can I say - great value for money with their set dinner.

Such a good rendition of a classic burrata dish! The slight char and smoked flavour gave it an additional dimension of flavour, and the tomatoes provided good contrast. Loved this appetiser as part of their dinner set.

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Tried Baan Ying for the first time recently and even though I heard many good reviews beforehand, the food still exceeded my expectations. The green curry was perfect! It was smooth, really flavourful and just the right amount of spicy. The chicken pieces within were also huge and extremely tender, unlike the typical tiny, dry pieces that are found in most other affordable green curries in Singapore (ahem Nakhon, Jai Thai...). I also really recommend the basil pork! Wonderful affordable Thai food in a great restaurant setting.

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Northern Eastern fried pork balls - these were amazing! Definitely a starter I would recommend for sharing; the pork balls had a wonderfully crispy exterior and were soft and flavourful within.

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The pork was extremely well flavoured and tender, paired with a rich sauce and some potatoes. Our only gripe was that the pork was in such a small portion - the pork was sliced so thin (not more than 1cm thick) and it disappeared so fast from our plates.

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I’d say this was pretty adequate, but not amazing. The chicken was soft and tender, and the pesto sauce was really rich in flavour, yet not too overwhelming. Everything went well together, but I guess for a main it felt a little plain and not too noteworthy. Nevertheless, I feel that their set lunches are extremely value for money.

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This was so mindblowing - the tuna was lightly crisp on the exterior and extremely soft within; our knives sliced through it like butter. The dish tasted so fresh and refreshing, and we were left wishing this could be available in a larger portion, as a main. Such amazing food here!

Buffalo milk mozzarella with Italian San Marzano tomatoes & basil - this was one starter we chose for their weekday three-course lunch set. It was perfect! The buffalo milk mozzarella was so fresh and creamy, pairing perfectly with the sweet tomatoes. We mopped this up in a heartbeat.

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I’ve been to Narrative three times (twice before it was repackaged from Dancing Goat to Narrative Coffee Stand). This is one of the best iced whites in Singapore in my opinion, in terms of strength and flavour. I love my coffees strong and rich, and this certainly delivers. Great minimalistic space for chilling over a cuppa with friends or your loved ones! Service is great and attentive as well.

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Ricotta, chestnut honey, thyme ($14) - the ricotta was incredibly fresh and creamy and went perfectly with the crispy, slightly charred sourdough. Again, my only gripe is that it was a smaller portion than expected for the price - I was hoping for more bread and ricotta as it was gone in a few bites. From pictures from other reviews for Caffe Fernet on Burpple, the amount of ricotta and the number of slices of sourdough (originally 3!) has certainly decreased, and this left me feeling pretty disappointed.

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Spanner crabmeat, saffron, parmigiano ($29) - this was a really light, well-balanced pasta, with just a hint of lemon and a really strong crab flavour. I was looking forward to a larger portion of crab though - it was scattered about in meagre, tiny little pieces and left the pasta dish feeling rather plain and slightly underwhelming for the price. I’d say you could order this to try or share, but it’s definitely not the most value for money dish here.

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