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Large Unagi w/ Fragrant Fried Rice Wanted to try this place out because of Burpple Beyond and the meal far exceeded my expectations! The portion, as mentioned in other reviews, were extremely generous. The ingredients they used were top notch and most importantly, their service was really good. I used the 1 for 1 voucher for 2 mains and 2 appetisers, which made the meal extremely affordable for the value I was getting. Additionally, their drinks were quite interesting and affordable (at 3.50 each) so we went ahead and got two of them! Would love to come back again, with or without the 1 for 1 :-)
Aaron
4d
Yuzu Muah Chee Dessert I have always been a fan of muah chee and thus it is a must order dish to order the Yuzu Muah Chee ($8++) dessert from @unclekiisu .The muah chee has a light yuzu taste, tbh I am still not used to muah chee having yuzu as most of the time we usually have it with peanuts, but personally I find that it is a interesting dish worthwhile trying. Supposingly the dessert goes with coconut ice cream, on that day itself ours came with the black sesame ice cream, which I find that its not too bad a combination to enjoy them together. The portion is relatively huge, it would be good to jio a few kakis to share this together. 馃搷Uncle Kiisu
Eatsnapsg
1w
Not Bad We ordered the main dish with appetisers, I felt that the unagi with rice was pretty good! We ordered the chicken as one of the appetisers and it was quite dry.. don鈥檛 think will re order it! But the kueh Puti was pretty good
Shi Hui
1w
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El Salvador Margaritas and Sangria might appear to be popular alcoholic beverage options here, but when El Salvador (S$18.00) was served to me, I was actually taken aback by its fruit punch colours. At the back of my mind, I wondered if I was really given fruit punch with little alcohol content. Well it might really taste far from potent, but I liked the cocktail for the fact that there was a little sourness coming from the fresh lime juice and grenadine, but the confusing part was contributed by the Frangelico, an Italian hazelnut liquor, hidden behind the bright red colour. And yes, there was rum in this drink too. While it might be a nice, exotic cocktail, I thought I might just save this for nights that I felt like going for something fancy, and stick to the more mainstream wine or cocktail where dining is concerned. #BurppleEatup
Siming
1w
Signature Wagyu Meatballs Fajitas Fresh ingredients in a tortilla wrap had always been a pleasure to enjoy, and that made the Meatball Fajitas (S$38.00) so endearing. Handmade meatballs were baked and served on a hotplate, with all the sauces, caramelised onions and that coat of melted mozzarella cheese. Before putting these sizzling hot items on to the toasted wrap, the essential step was also to spread the guacamole and salsa dip on the inner side of the wrap. Fold it, eat it, and you will not regret it. Better still, if there were any Acompa帽antes (side dishes) or Antojitos (entrees) that you could dip it to the fresh guacamole and salsa dip, by all means try not to waste them. And because the Fajitas would be an ideal portion for two persons, the entree would likely bring the fullness level to a sweet spot. #BurppleEatup
Siming
1w
Fajitas Are My Go-To For Mexican Food And This One With Angus Ribeye Was Very Tasty ($38++)n I love a good steak so the automatic choice of protein when I ordered the Fajitas was the Angus ribeye. But admittedly, the other options of the signature Wagyu meatballs, Berkshire pork, chicken, seabass, tiger prawns and vegetables were very tempting too. The beef that arrived looked like it weighed at least 200gms or even slightly more, and was quite thick. It smelled so good sizzling on the hotplate with soft capsicums and browned onions that I could feel my mouth watering. Eating Fajitas is always fun, don鈥檛 you agree? The process of taking the pieces of meat and rolling them up in the tortilla (the set comes with 4 of those in a separate container) with a bit of the guacamole, salsa, sour cream, cheese and jalape帽os is enjoyably interactive. But the most important bit is whether the taste makes the cut, and despite the beef being a bit more of a medium than my preferred medium-rare, it was tasty, juicy and still tender enough. So La Salsa gets a thumbs up from me. By the way, this place is on Burpple Beyond, so you can enjoy 1-for-1 for mains and tacos here as well. Honestly, the savings is very attractive.
Veronica
16w
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A uniquely Afro caf茅 and lounge. Hidden within Keong Siak, this beautifully decorated African-theme cafe serves hearty dishes and unique coffee plus cocktails from the vast continent. Since hotcakes 馃 are my absolute favourite, I decided to try their Ricotta Hotcakes ($23). It was a sweet symphony of ricotta cheese, fresh mixed berries, and vanilla bean ice cream. Though the cardamom-infused maple syrup might be a deterrence to some as it comes across quite intense. P.S: fans of peanut butter might want to try their Bidi Bado ($7). This nutty speciality coffee is a combination of mocha rimmed with natural peanut butter, pink peppercorns and toasted almonds! Kafe Utu Address: 12 Jiak Chuan Road, Singapore 089265 #kafeutu #sgcafe #cafehoppingsg
Cassie
4d
Swahili Fish Curry ($29) The spicy kick of the swahili fish curry is not to be underestimated. Made from grilled red snapper, habanero, in-house curry paste and tamarind, thus the simultaneous sour, hot and spicy taste which somehow reminds me of assam fish. The stew was served together with coconut rice which resembles our local nasi lemak. Deliciously good for the chilli lovers albeit overly priced. With that pricing, people can have 3 servings of assam fish with nasi lemak.
Gwen
2w
Bidi Bado Mocha made with latte art served in a cup surrounded with peanut butter, pink peppercorns and almonds. The overall profile was a nutty, pepper spicy, buttery enhancer blended with fruity, chocolate, nutty and aromatic coffee. The dominant creamy texture was primarily from the foamed milk and peanut butter.
Gwen
2w
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Had dinner at @minkajapsg yesterday and got to try many different kinds of sushi. We had the 15 course Omakase ($68). The chef was very delicate in preparing all our courses and their service here was really good! Check out their new outlet at Oxley Tower - visit them on saturdays and enjoy free flow beer 馃嵒 Swipe for close up of some of the sushi 馃崳 鉃★笍
Joey
3w
Newly opened at Robinson Road, Minka is a Japanese joint that primarily sells rice bowls to cater to the CBD crowd. 鈥 Pictured is the premium sashimi rice bowl ($39) that comes with all the good stuff (think: slices of tuna belly, botan ebi). However, for that price, you kinda expect the smaller details to also be done well. The rice was too warm, marination was slightly too heavy-handed whereby you couldn鈥檛 really identify the fishes by taste. Also for $39 it led me to compare it to other experiences like Aoki which sells their chirashi at a v similar price range.... 鈥 The place does have some potential, it just needs to work out some kinks to succeed in the very competitive CBD scene
Casey
8w
For Lunchtime Donburis in the CBD When lunch hour in the CBD beckons, turn to this Oxley Tower joint for quality Japanese donburis. If you're not too hungry, the Basic Sashimi Rice Bowl ($13) is a value-for-money option. Otherwise, go for the fresh and generously portioned Sashimi Rice Bowl ($19), or the tender and flavourful River Eel Rice Bowl ($24), both of which come with a bowl of hot seafood broth. Pro-tip: Pour the broth over any leftover rice for maximum enjoyment. Photo by Burppler Alvin Lee
Burpple
8w
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