Newly opened this year by the owners behind Dee Tongue Thai, this Thai restaurant in Djitsun Mall serves up nostalgic homecooked style food originated from Rung Mama's kitchen. Their Mango Salad Mixed with Homemade Sauce ($6) and Grilled Moo Ping ($8) will surely transport you back to the sweltering heat in Chatuchak Market, with tender pork marinated in sweet sauce and charred lightly for amazing smokiness. Other must-trys include the Thai Crispy & Fluffy Omelette ($8), Pad Thai with Meat ($8), Pineapple Fried Rice ($8) and specialty Thai Crispy E-Noodle Hor Fun ($8).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Newly opened this year by the owners behind Dee Tongue Thai, this Thai restaurant in Djitsun Mall serves up nostalgic homecooked style food originated from Rung Mama's kitchen. Their Mango Salad Mixed with Homemade Sauce ($6) and Grilled Moo Ping ($8) will surely transport you back to the sweltering heat in Chatuchak Market, with tender pork marinated in sweet sauce and charred lightly for amazing smokiness. Other must-trys include the Thai Crispy & Fluffy Omelette ($8), Pad Thai with Meat ($8), Pineapple Fried Rice ($8) and specialty Thai Crispy E-Noodle Hor Fun ($8).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

The streets of Keong Saik are littered with rows of good food and this bistro bar is no exception! Specialising in Asian-fusion and modern European dishes, head to this dual-concept restaurant for their Angel's Open Face Taco ($16) and Chicken Bolognese β€˜Thai Style” ($16), which sees al dente spaghetti tossed with spicy minced chicken and Thai basil topped with 63-degree egg. Don't miss out on their Guinness Braised Baby Pork Back Ribs ($32) served with potato fondant and coated in a 5 pepper crust.

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Opening in Tanjong Pagar, this outlet was born to feed the hustle with noodles on the go. Get your quick fix of your favourites at this takeaway joint located in the basement of Guoco Tower β€” classic Seng's Char Siu Noodles ($6) with roasted pork collar char siu, Modern Char Siu Noodle ($7) with flame seared pork belly char siu or get the best of both worlds with their Mega Noodles ($9).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

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think this is a new place but can i just say i absolutely LOVE the vibe here?? it has a super chill vibe & there’s this huge ass fridge full of a whole variety of diff beers,,,,it’s super pretty 😍 this is (obv) a beer place, but we popped by here anw for some food bc it’s under the burpple promo. i got the π…π’πžπ«π² πœπ«πšπ› 𝐬𝐑𝐫𝐒𝐦𝐩 𝐚𝐠π₯𝐒𝐨 𝐨π₯𝐒𝐨 (~π’π†πƒπŸπŸ–++) & wow - it’s RLY good. 3 big juicy prawns w some more crab meat hidden in the sauce mixed with al dente pasta. i can’t even describe the taste but it has an umami feel to it? anw was pleasantly surprised by the πŸ” quality food & service here!! defo check it out :-)
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OVERALL: 4.5/5

Ideal for special occasions or just when you want to sort out your dim sum cravings, head over to Majestic Bay to get yourΒ dim sum buffetΒ fix! Available Mondays to Fridays at $26++ per person and weekends (as well as PH) at $33++ per person with 3 seatings daily, @majesticbayrestaurantsg All You Can Eat Dim Sum Buffet was truly bang for your buck.

Though there are hits and misses, the spread was overall pretty satisfying, especially at the price point. The unanimous favourites being from the one-time-order default dishes such as the Crispy Pumpkin with Salted Eggs which was executed perfectly in both texture and taste. The batter was not too thick and the sweetness of the vegetable pairing well with the savoury elements - salted egg and floss. The Coffee Sauce Pork Belly Ribs coming in a close second with the dish’s aromatic sweet glaze. The Cantonese Roast Duck was tender and of a sizable portion. And for seafood lovers, the Herbal Poached Sea Prawns was rather lip-smacking with an earthy sweet-tasting broth.

However, get your money’s worth by stuffing yourself silly with their classic dim sum offerings. Ranging from crowd-pleasing Prawn Dumplings to Steamed Xiao Long Bao, Steamed Vegetable Dumplings, Pan-seared Radish Cake, Crispy Beancurd Skin Rolls, to tantalizing Poached Spicy Wantons and their weekend-only Crispy Sesame Balls. Or load up on carbs with options like Wok-fried Beef Hor Fun and Yang Zhou Fried Rice. Note that food wastage is chargeable, so order only what you can stomach!

A Recipe with it’s Origin in the By lanes of Old Delhi During the Partition Era which has Now a Classic β€˜Must Have’ Across Indian Restaurant.

πŸ’Έ: $22 (on burpple beyond!)
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πŸ’­: a yummy classic. Yes

Find this zichar spot in Jurong East for good times and fantastic food with the family! Offering fresh seafood and mouthwatering zichar dishes filled with wok hei, order their Three Spices Chicken($18), Prawn Paste Chicken ($18), Guiness Pork Rib ($18) and Egg with "Chype Poh" ($8). Their Claypot Beancurd ($15) had Burppler Jenna Ding touting it as " the best β€˜hotplate’ tofu from all my zichar experiences. The chef was being really generous with the use fresh prawns, minced meat and sliced mushroom in this dish. Portions of Japanese egg tofu were lightly fried till golden before being soaked in the slightly spicy-savory gravy together with the other ingredients. Hidden below is a layer of egg-bed, do remember to stir when it’s being served!"
Photo by Burppler Jenna Ding

This newly opened izakaya is nestled in the quaint old retro neighbourhood of Lavender and offers a wide range of bar bites, like yakitori, and drinks! Burppler Joe Yang was raving about the "thick slabs of fresh sashimi, as well as uni for that wave of umami" in their Sashimi Lunch Set ($28.80) but other must-orders include the Truffle Bara Chirashi Don ($24.80) and Unagi Don ($18.80). If you're up to try a little of everything, their 5 Kind Sushi ($16.90) will be sure to impress!
Photo by Burppler Joe Yang

Previously known as Torii Izakaya, this snazzy Japanese resto-bar at Duxton has since revamped. You're here for their decadent Truffled Beef Donburi ($28) featuring a generous beef slices, caviar, truffle mayo, foie gras and an onsen egg. Also good are the Pork Belly Garlic Fried Rice ($19) with succulent grilled pork belly, fried egg, garlic and scallion and Hearty Toro ($28) maxi for sharing.