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4.5⭐ Last Indulgence before 2019 ends. Food quality and spread are equally good. There's 1 for 1 promotion, either use DBS card or buy chope voucher. I chose to purchase chope voucher as I can redeem the chope points and pay $30 less. #SeasonalTastes #Burpple #Chopesg
Jerlin
3w
Weekend Buffet Buffet with a modest variety. There's about maybe 4 to 5 selections only per station which are really very limited choice. I can easily count them with 2 hands. You won’t find premium items like oysters or snow crab or parma ham which the other same priced buffet dinner will have. The quality of food was quite good and most are well seasoned and delectable. Seafood on ice are fresh. I love the dessert bar most, is like a candy store for adults and children. Dessert bar has wider selection and all so delicately make and definitely appetizing. Service wise needs improvement. Clearing of plates was slow and most times. The buffet suppose to be till 10pm but around 9pm, the service staffs actually start packing and clearing the food which is still full on tray. Personally feel is quite rude to clear so early when there's still plenty of guest still dining. For the price and service don't think I will visit again.
Zoey Belle
4w
Seasonal Tastes Weekday Dinner Buffet 14/08/19 Overall, this buffet is definitely value-for-money with the 1-for-1 promotion. While the type of seafood on offer may be a slight let-down for those coming for the seafood, it was definitely cooked in an innumerable number of ways. I had a great time trying out the variety of food on offer and would rate this as having the best variety and quality of desserts I've had thus far (As compared to the other 2 hotel buffets I've reviewed thus far). The ambience of the restaurant was amazing, a well-designed, posh and spacious restaurant which offers breathtaking views of the South China Sea. It is definitely a restaurant worth considering for special occasions. Price: 8/10 (With the discount) Taste: 8.5/10 (Without the desserts, would be 7/10) Ambience: 9.5/10 Overall: 9/10 (Worth going for special occasions) See more at: tinyurl.com/seasonaltastes140819
Sean
22w
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Fried Fish Soup $4 😋 Fried fish soup with rice (S$4). Fish was served separately so its still crispy. Pretty generous and you get 4pcs. Soup was flavourful, but not too heavy on the seasoning. Ingredients in the soup includes egg, vege, tofu, tomato and egg floss. Their tom yum fish soup is popular as well, will try that next time. Recommend 👍 📍Location: You Yi (01-30) Havelock Cooked Food Centre 22A Havelock Rd Singapore 161022 (5min walk from Tiong Bahru MRT)
Serene
3w
Stall 15: “Yuh Mei Mei Shi” Serves Fish Soup That Is On Another Level Introduced to me some time ago by Burpple Tastemaker @blueskiescottonclouds, this fish soup stall is one of those at Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre that I frequent when I am in the area. They offer a slightly wider variety than the usual, so besides the commonly found “batang” (Spanish mackerel), they have prawns and red grouper, as well as more unusual items such as fish roe and “shirako” (sperm sac). My most recent order was red grouper with fish roe and “yee mee” for $8. For greens, I picked the bittergourd over the other leafy choices this time. In case you are curious, the other carbs available are thick and thin beehoon and rice.
Veronica
42w
Tasty Breakfast Beehoon After all the rich and heavy meals I’ve been having of late, this fried beehoon with luncheon meat, egg and cabbage was the one thing I wanted for breakfast today. Obviously, it isn’t light or healthy by any stretch of imagination but for sheer comfort food, it was the embodiment right then and there. The bonus is finding out that stall #01-20 at Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre does an above average rendition. Furthermore, they seem to cook their toppings in small batches so they taste fresher. Will be back for more soon.
Veronica
1y
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Coconut Chicken Soup (RM18) Probably not the cheapest but you'll understand why once you unearth the treasures within! In addition to the big chicken chunks (wish these were more tender though), you get lots of Chinese herbs like dang gui, cordyceps flowers and wolfberries. The resulting soup is super nourishing and flavour-packed. Most diners here get one soup and chicken rice plus a side of siew yoke to share to enjoy more variety.
Muriel
2y
For Chicken Rice With Soups Unless you live nearby, it takes dedication to come this far to Segambut. But the trek is worth it for a hearty, group-friendly meal at the streetside Zheng Kee. The zinc-roofed stall is led by its meats, with the Steamed Chicken (from RM16) in the spotlight for its soft, yellow skin and supple flesh, especially if you opt for the capon bird (from RM22) — castrated chickens known for juicier meat. The crowd favourite, however, falls to the Siew Yuk (from RM16) that earns the Burpple community's stamp of approval with its cookie-crisp skin. The fatty layer beneath alternates with tender flesh to gives it points over the less impressive Char Siew (from RM16) here. Beat the heat with a herbal soup, their signature Coconut Chicken Soup (RM18) is served in a coconut husk chock full of healing, herbal goodness. Avg Price: RM25 per person Photo by Burppler Dixon Chan
Burpple
2y
Roast Meats The sio bak here fared much better than the char siew. The crackling on the roasted pork was mmmmm... Biscuity and fills your mouth up with that addictive lardy aroma. Would pick that over the char siew any day!
Dex
2y
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