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Got a large portion and it’s just right. The price is reasonable and value for money. The amount of beef wraps around the rice with a good drip of sauce. Plus the egg on TOP became the perfect icing on the bowl.

Looking for something refreshing with natural sweetness in a hotpot? Time to visit @yuzuteisg for their yuzu hotpot filled with fresh and quality ingredients. When ordering the Yuzu Shabu set, you may opt for Japan Shirobuta Pork set ($26 per pax) which comprises of pork collar and top grade pork belly from Kyushu or Kaisen set ($32.50 per pax) for the seafood lover which comprises of mussel, seabass, prawns, squid ring & etc! On top of that each set also comprises of assorted vegetables, japanese fish cane, handmade prawn and shiitake mushroom paste, japan mizuna vegetable, japanese fish cake and not forgetting the signature yuzu soup base.

As I am someone who loves fish, I have decided to add on seabass ($6) to my shabu set. Personally, I feel that yuzu fans would love the hotpot as it is something refreshing yet you are able to taste the natural sweetness from the other ingredients.
My personal take is that it would have been better if you get to enjoy a pot on your own, instead of sharing the pot with your friends/ family, especially for individuals who might have allergic reaction to seafood.
Yuzutei is located at Interlocal Centre level 1 around Pasir panjang area and around 12 mins walk from Pasar Panjang MRT station. Right now as I am writing the post, I am already missing the Yuzu Hotpot😢, will definitely revisit the restaurant again some time soon probably to try the other items from the menu.

Thank you @hojiakstory for the recommendation & jioing to visit the restaurant together! 🙆🏻‍♀️

Buffet, so we got a few of these.
Grilled unagi on skewers, gyoza, ebi tempura & ebi furai, chuka hotate & chuka iidako.

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$6 | A nice little cafe in a quiet corner of Queestown, serves a wide range of coffee, tea and light bites! Fluffy cake but slightly sweet for my liking.

Signature claypot rice (招牌砂煲饭), comes with chicken, mushroom, lap cheong, salted fish and some green veggies.

Not bad for a single portion and especially for those who love the crispy burnt rice. Only complain is that they can be slightly more generous with the salted fish 😁

$6.80 for ordering on GrabFood.

Paid close to 8 bucks for my Prata and Teh halia. It was really good. The crispiness of the kosong goes well with the curry. Would definitely visit this place again!

Back at Ah Pang Steamboat Seafood @ Mei Ling Market & Food Centre, after a long haul.
The stall still serves the same traditional taste and food standard as when it was previously situated at the old Margaret Drive Food Centre.


Shack Shack @ Jewel Changi Airport 🛵 I love Shack Stack Burger: S$14.30, consisting of a fried portobello mushroom, Angus beef patty and a blanket of cheese. Ordered the milkshake and you will love it if you are a milkshake person.

EIGHT Korean BBQ @ #04-20/21, Shaw Centre 🛵 Must order their 8 different flavoured meats to try, they are really good! Ordered pancakes and desserts. Enjoyed them!

My preferred choice of a perfect Sunday afternoon. High tea at landing point. Semi casual affair with a wide view of the marina. The three pillars of MBS watching over us.
Served with TWG teas and coffee. It’s an enjoyable noon.

Scrumptious big breakfast for just $10 after burpple beyond!!! This consisted of soft runny scrambled eggs, sweet grilled bacon, sautéed mushrooms, salad dressed in balsamic vinaigrette, 2 thick and juicy sausages and 2 slices of toast. Everything was pretty yummy!! Except I wish the croissant that they normally serve wasn’t changed to the dragonfruit toast cos other than the pink colour, the texture and taste was basically like normal white bread.

This might just be one of the largest servings of big breakfast I’ve had at a cafe so really really value for money. The cafe itself, although situated at an ulu place, was bright and spacious, allowing me and my friend to truly sit and enjoy brunch over conversations without feeling paiseh. I’ll be back for sure with the burpple beyond!!

Feeling peckish around Tiong Bahru Plaza? Look to this casual joint to fill up on Taiwanese nosh. If you're wielding an appetite, the unique Honey Chicken Rice ($7.90) or the umami Oyster Noodle ($7.90) should fill you up nicely. Get that with a side of crispy Seaweed Fries ($4.50) or battered Shiitake Mushrooms ($4.50) before washing it all down with a refreshing Plum Red Tea ($2.90) or Jasmine Peach ($2.90).
Photo by Burppler Jolene Zhenting