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For 1-for-1 Japanese Beef Buffet Mark this Japanese buffet joint down for special occasions! Prices here may not be the cheapest around, but with Burpple Beyond's 1-for-1 Premium BBQ Buffet, two get to enjoy free flow beef, sashimi, drinks and Ben & Jerry's ice cream at just $114.90. We suggest skipping the subpar cooked dishes and saving tummy space for the must-orders here, including the excellent signature Wagyu Beef varieties, fresh Salmon Sashimi and umami Gyu Tan (beef tongue). Photo by Burppler Hwans Lim
Burpple
3w
Checked Off The Quality And Value Boxes Can be pricey as compared to other bbq places but we talking about Wagyu beef spread here. What’s best? B&J ice cream is part of the buffet package. 1:1 deal on burpple is totally value for money.
JT
12w
Ten For Tenkaichi Let’s be brutally honest with ourselves here for a diddly darn minute, shall we? Without Burpple Beyond, the overwhelming majority of Burpple users would never even take a second look at quite a few of the places on #burpplebeyond due to the sheer cost. Tenkaichi Yakiniku Restaurant is one such establishment, as a 90 minute meat maelstrom will set you back by a minimum of $70.88++. However, with Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1 premium buffet set ($114.90 before taxes), there’s quite a bit of savings to be had. My dad and I quite enjoyed the slices of wagyu beef ribeye cap on the left of the plate, which was lean(er) and majestically meaty, and the marvelously marbled wagyu short rib, which was rather fatty but oh so sinfully sensational. The kurobuta karubi (black pork belly) was also rather redolent, and is a nice primer for the heavyweight that is the wagyu beef. All that meat was gone in short order, as it should be. Skip the subpar sushi rolls and cooked items, and save your precious stomach capacity for all that marvelous meat.
Russell
14w
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The Alternative Experience | $78++ Started 2019 on a good note with an impressive set meal by Fat Belly. To the unacquainted, it may be hard to locate the restaurant but it actually shares the premises with its more visually prominent sister, Sugarhaus. Fat Belly’s speciality is two different cuts of beef, the short rib and the flat iron. However, I wanted to start 2019 big so I opted for the “The Alternative Experience”, a 7-course SEY menu for $78++. Good news is that it’s on Burpple Beyond so imagine two set menus for $78++! Crazy value! All the dishes were hits and my favourites include the savoury mind-bending foie gras creme brûlée with coral tuile, the beef rib char siew on roasted kale, the ground wagyu slider with Gouda cheese, wagyu streak with marble score of 7-8 tri-tip and a molten chocolate raspberry cake with cinnamon ice-cream. Yeah, my favourites were essentially the whole set meal. That’s how much I enjoyed the meal. Will definitely be back especially with Burpple Beyond!
Kenneth
1w
Flat Iron Steak ($22) What a beauty this was! Steak was tender, juicy, grilled to a nice char, and had just the right fat-to-meat ratio. Truly, truly wonderful. At just $22 for the steak, this is a STEAL. Top up $13 for the set and you’ll get a dessert and side (I’d recommend either the creamy kale or the truffle fries, as both were executed to a tee) as well — how affordable is that? Thank you Fat Belly, for making decadence affordably accessible on our overinflated shores.
Alicia
2w
Awesome Short Ribs! Came across this restaurant while looking for a place to have dinner and I was surprised to find such good food in a small restaurant like this. I had the short ribs with mushrooms which were succulent and tender. The truffle fries are also not to be missed!
Bryan
2w
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not shabby shabu Other than being bang for your buck, the 1-for-1 Wagyu Ribeye Set (available on Burpple Beyond for $49.99) does not limit you to two portions of Ribeye. Feel free to choose from any Single Meal Set - every set consists of a soup, meat, vegetable platter and staple item. I enjoyed the US Black Angus Short Rib ($35.99/set) a lot more than the Ribeye, my palate somehow gravitating towards the marbling and flavour of the former. The Braised Pork Rice was my staple of choice, as per recommendation, but the unctuous, creamy fat of the pork belly was a bit much. If you prefer to stick to white rice or noodles, by all means.
Christabel
1w
❤️Shabu Shabu with a CBD view! With set menu going from $49.90 for 2 pax and a tantalising collection of ala carte dishes here at @City_hot_pot, this modern dining steamboat restaurant at One Raffles Place sure left our tummies satisfied! Expect premium and quality cuts of meats with rich original broths that won’t leave you thirsty, selection includes: Chicken, Fish Soup w/ Milk, Sichuan Spicy, Thai Tom Yam, Tomato, Vegetable, Korean Kimchi, Laksa, Bak Ku Teh, Spicy Prawn and Herbal Chicken and more! $1 top-up for double flavour. Their Braised Pork Rice (+$1) also leave up to expectations with legit melts-in-your-mouth pork belly fats in a umami sauce. I seldom order rice during hotpot but for this? No regrets. Each customer also has their own hotpot, which is great if you happen to go in a bigger group as you can share every single broth possible! Definitely suitable for individuals and large gatherings. #cityhotpot #cityhotpotshabushabu #partipost #cityhotpotxpartipost
Blanche
4w
Hot Pot Lunch Loving this. ESP the chilli sauce and the fresh foodstuff :) will be back for sure
Ash
6w
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