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For 1-for-1 Big Macaron & Tea (save ~$8.50) For a sweet tea time treat around King Albert Park, look to this cosy macaron boutique cafe. Burppler Ethel Tan sings high praises of the Raspberry Rose Lychee Macaron ($8.50), consisting of a light lychee cream and raspberries housed between fragrant rose flavoured shells. Pair that with a belly-warming pot of Chamomile Tea, and your afternoon is made. Photo by Burppler Ethel Tan
Burpple
6w
Sweet Treats #BurppleBeyond 1-1 Chocolate Hazelnut Praline + Chamomile Tea Raspberry Rose Lychee + Orchard Vanilla Tea $11.50 Just spent my perfect Sunday afternoon at this exquisite macaron boutique cafe! Environment and ambience was so cozy, and staff was extremely friendly in recommending us their products. Not to forget the Raspberry Rose Lychee big macaron was heavenly good, sourness in the raspberry balanced out the sweetness but not the fragrance of the lychee. Pairing with a good pot of tea, Orchard vanilla recommended by staff, and you know that your weekend was complete and was totally ready for the new week ahead(I supposed). Another steal from Burpple Beyond, decided to give it a try cause it’s near my house. Who knew that I have discovered a hidden gem! Will definitely be back, with or without Beyond 😍
A.
15w
Giant Macarons A newly open macarons at this bukit timah area . They serves freshly bake and fusion macarons , such as Thai Tea , Salted egg flavour , yam etc .. Find out more from them , personally love the giant macarons which is good for own n sharing ! The raspberry to me is da bomb !
Syee Mun
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[Teppan Kappou Kenji] - A warm and hearty dish to conclude the meal is Seasonal Kamameshi. A mixture of different Japanese rice was cooked in a stock of bonito and assorted Japanese vegetable in the claypot, before adding in slices of A5 Ohmi Wagyu tenderloin and sea urchin (additional) into the kettle rice. The rice got much of its flavour from the bonito stock, with sweetness from the carrots, and those right underneath the tenderloin was rich with fats and juice from the Wagyu. I love the mushrooms in there too, which added lots of crunch and texture to the rice. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/06/teppan-kappou-kenji-tanjong-pagar-road.html . Teppan Kappou Kenji 99 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-01 Singapore 088520 Tel: +65 91523118 Nearest MRT: Tanjong Pagar (EW Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Sun: 1130am - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
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[Teppan Kappou Kenji] - Hassun, part of a traditional multi-course (Kaiseki) Japanese dinner, all created from scratch by Chef Kenji. It was mesmerising. There were a total of eight courses, but each and every 'mini' course was distinct from one another and so intricate that they all intrigued and excited my senses. There is no specific sequence on how you should consume it, but I started the journey with the crunchy tempura of seasonal Japanese Sweet Corn and Edamame, followed by the Japanese Eggplant Rikyu-ni in a housemade sesame-based sauce. I like how the soft eggplant got a more luxurious texture from the creamy, nutty sauce. Another of my favourite is "Ishikawa Ko Imo Nopperi Ae" a type of Japanese small mountain yam. It is steamed and then cooked in a mix of katsuobushi, dashi, salt, sugar, shoyu, mirin before cutting into serving size, with the remaining portion being grated into a sticky paste (Nopperi-style) and mix with special white miso. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/06/teppan-kappou-kenji-tanjong-pagar-road.html . Teppan Kappou Kenji 99 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-01 Singapore 088520 Tel: +65 91523118 Nearest MRT: Tanjong Pagar (EW Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Sun: 1130am - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
2w
Fruit Platter @ Teppan Kappou Kenji. . The 8th and last course is a seasonal fruit dish. . Rounded off the omakase kappo set meal with this Fruit Platter. . Served in a bowl resembling a dinosaur egg, you lift the lid to reveal the fresh, colourful vibrant fruits within, all having juicy tender textures. . There's bright honeyed sweet musk melon, fruity sweet figs, sweet sour sato nishiki cherry (also called the 'king of cherries'), and earthy mellow persimmon. . Plated over ice, this is a beautiful finish. . Part of the omakase kappo set, at SGD $150++ per person. . Invited tasting kindly hosted by Executive Chef Kenji Okumura and team. . . . Teppan Kappou Kenji More details in profile & blog
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For 1-for-1 Beef Foie Gras Bowl & Iced Lemon Tea Set (save ~$24) Here's an indulgent AND wholesome pick-me-up meal on busy workdays: beautifully seared beef foie gras bowls with good-for-you kimchi on healthy red rice. Photo by Burppler ivy chong
Burpple
16w
Beef Foie Gras Bowl ($18.90) An almost inconspicuous restaurant located in the basement level of Raffles Xchange, Wheat Baumkuchen (or simply WHEAT) gives the ever-demanding CBD lunch crowd a customisable, affordable and healthy food option to perk up the rest of their day in the immutably obsolete 40-hour work week that started as a result of the United States Congress getting in bed with the Fair Labor Standards Act on October 24, 1940. With Burpple Beyond, I decided to get their Beef Foie Gras Bowl ($18.90) with the option of their Bhutanese red rice instead of jasmine rice, which has a nuttier and almost starchier flavour than its white rice counterpart. The beef was unfortunately served at a doneness that I have stood against since the dawn of time: Well Done. There was also a sizeable portion of foie gras, which in my opinion could’ve been cooked a little more than it was, served alongside some greens, kimchi and a poached egg.
Thint
19w
Beef & Foie Gras Don With Ice Lemon Tea This place is located just a minute walking distance from Raffles Place mrt. Decided to give it a try since I pass by this restaurant almost everyday. For just $21++, you got 2 same set with ice lemon tea under Beyond 1 for 1 deal. Not bad overall. The place is a bit crowded during lunch hour, you may either visit them before 12pm or after 1.30pm to avoid the crowds.
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