Taiwan Mazesoba Super worth it for beyond burpple 1-for-1 ($12.80). There is free upsize for their noodles. Taste good, love their noodle texture, however, personally I feel that their tanjong pagar branch of kajiken has a more balanced taste.
Jen
2w
1 for 1 Nagoya Style Mazesoba Arguably their most popular dish, the noodles were blanketed by a literal mountain of spring onions, chives and spicy pork, topped with a creamy onsen egg. My dining partner and I added flavored eggs on top of that. We tossed the noodles for 20 seconds and dug right in. It tasted like an atas version of fishball noodles (really delicious). The noodles were firm and springy to the bite, and the contrasting texture of the crunchy greens gave me the true 'party in my mouth' experience. The pork and the chili oil were just spicy enough to give my taste buds a kick. Much appreciated the free flow ice water to quench the heat of this delicious dish! They also provide a small bowl of soup to pour into the puddle of sauce that remains after finishing the noodles, and then the mixture is spooned or slurped up to polish off the meal. It was such a good deal for $9.30 per pax (with additional flavored egg). The portion was hearty and just nice to leave room for dessert. Overall, would love to come back and try their other dishes, especially with the Burpple 1 for 1. :) 7.5/10
Chew
3w
Mazesoba Soft Boiled Egg $12.30 Lunchtime in the weekend is surprisingly not crowded. We visit this Kajiken outlet at Tan Quee Luan (next to Kinmoo). Cozy space with friendly staff, we enjoy 1-for-1 burpple Beyond deal and ordering the soft boiled version with 2 hot green tea $1 each. The mazesoba is nice on its own once you dig deep as the sauce is laying at the bottom of the bowl. Thank you @Burpple for such a great deal! 🙏😊
Kugel
4w
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A Mala That Triumphs All Some MLXGs disappoint, for some half the journey is too much to bear. Fat Bird has a MLXG that doesn’t give up on you. It’s the perfect amount of spice and numbness, and additional flavouring (not sure where that comes from) which is unique as most MLXGs lacks in different areas, especially the flavour when it all boils down to it, literally.
Laura
1w
Chicken Stew With Pig’s Stomach Was looking forward to dinner here but was completely disappointed with the quality of ALL dishes served to my table. It began with... 1. Hotpot Chicken Stew with Pig’s Stomach 豬肚湯 Tased bland and diluted, even after ordering condiments like tofu, mushrooms, vegetables, beef (wasnt ribeye as stated in the menu) and pork slices. Was much less herb-y than when I last visited 9 months ago. 2. Salted Egg Squid Flavour just was not right, entire dish tasted like breaded fried squid and nothing more. 3. Salted Egg Fish Skin Even though the fish skin was crispy, the salted egg flavour just did not hit the spot. 4. Tomato Fried Eggs Average, considered the best among the other dishes that was presented Was on a buffet meal, but the lacklustre dishes was so disheartening that I refrained from ordering more. Will not patronise again.
Sophis
2w
Mala Chicken Pot Hubby ordered medium spicy, and most of us couldn’t take it. U can request to add some water/stock as it might get salty after boiling for some time. Overall is yummy, and definitely worthy with Burpple beyond. Will b back again.
Fion
5w
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Award-Winning, Artisanal Sipping Gin @ Procera Gin. . Sophisticated and elegant, with a layered complexity of flavours, Procera Gin is made with 10 key botanicals from East Africa and West Africa. . The bottle for Procera Gin (SGD $110 per 50cl bottle) itself is special, hand-made entirely in Nairobi, Kenya. . The artisan craftsmen of Kitengela Hot Glass Team from Anselm Croze Studios hand-blow each glass bottle, using 100% recycled glass. . This gin has a clear transparent colour, with a smooth balanced body. It tastes bright and refreshing, with good herbal earthy sweet flavour, and a lingering spice finish. . The essence is derived from high-altitude African juniper / juniperus procera, grown around 1,500m above sea level or more in Kenya, whose berries are harvested every August by the Kijabe Forest Trust, then flash frozen. These are blended with a tiny batch of dried European juniper / common juniper. . Other key African botanicals include pixie tangerine zest and dried Swahili lime from Kenya, acacia honey from Somalia, cardamom and mace from Zanzibar, pink peppercorn / baie rose (a type of berry, not pepper) from Madagascar, and coriander and orris root from Morocco. . The final of the 10 botanicals is selim pepper / grains of selim from Sierra Leone, a spice often used as a pepper substitute, with an unusual musky, woody, and peppery spice flavour, giving this beverage its distinctive finish. . . . Procera Gin More details in profile & blog
Ivan
6d
Cocktail Bespoke Rum-Based (SGD $21) @ Kafe Utu. . There isn't a name for this cocktail, because I simply requested the bartender to make me anything that was rum based. . I understand this features a premium sipping rum, the Mount Gay 1703 Master Select, infused with a hint of chili, served with a handcrafted Kafe Utu ice cube, garnished with a juicy sour sweet black cherry, and a sliced whole red chili. . It has a rich amber copper colour, with aromas of vanilla, cloves, oak, and mango. . The body is full, rounded, and balanced, with tastes of golden raisins, red chili, toast bread, and banana. . Bold fruity sweet spice smoky flavour, with a delicate lingering finish. . . . Kafe Utu More details in profile & blog
Ivan
0w
Moroccan Lemon Chicken Tagine (SGD $29) @ Kafe Utu. . Despite its name, this isn't cooked in a tagine pot, but is still a tasty dish. . It features tender marinated chicken thigh fillets, grainy quinoa, bouncy black olives and green olives, soft charred white onions, and tender pickled lemon zest strips, completed with wispy micro-greens and saffron. . The complementing flavours of smoky savoury sweet to fresh vegetal sweet to briny salty zesty tangy sour, is complex yet balanced. I enjoyed this. . . . Kafe Utu More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1w
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🎶There can be miracles, when you BEliEF~🎶 . Rakki Bowl is where you would be stepping into a café filed with a strong aroma of truffle oil that was destined to stay for good 🤤🤤🤤 as every table ordered their specialty - Signature Truffle Wagyu Don ($25.90 for Large, $13.90 for Regular). ⭐ . Featuring a generous amount of thinly-sliced wagyu beef & a perfectly runny onsen egg which lay atop their secret-flavoured rice blend, finished with a drizzle of irresistible Italian Black Truffle Oil, those with a heavy palate would surely enjoy this bowl! ❤❤❤ . I’m not kidding when I say that every mouthful was bursting with flavours! 😋 The beef was indeed pretty tender despite being not too fatty, & it just screams TRUFFLE!!! 💯 The jiggly onsen egg made everything in the bowl gel together so harmoniously. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 . The cons is that it might get a little surfeiting after a while due to its richness in flavours, so bring a friend along if you’re ordering the Large portion! 😉 . Might not be the best beef bowl around but definitely memorable! #burpplebeyond fans would surely rejoice over this! 💕
serene
2d
Beef Bowl (L - $29.90) One of my favorite to-go-to beef bowl places :-) and so I have used up all my rakki bowls deals on the beyond app - which shows how yummy this is! But have to say that although the bigger bowl is really massive and generous (bound to fill you up), the sauce was insufficient & made the last bits of beef pretty dry...so in retrospect, maybe the smaller bowl would suffice with a good dessert choice after :-) Will definitely be back again!
Dorothy
2d
Mentaiko Salmon Don Popped by and got the Mentaiko Salmon Don as I was within the vicinity. Came up to around $13/ person using Burpple Beyond. It was well-worth the price as it came with huge salmon chunks, soaked in mentaiko sauce. If you’re a big fan of mentaiko you’ll love this! Portion of fish roe was kinda small but nonetheless a good place to satisfy your Jap food cravings ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Hui Min
1w
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Crab Steamboat Crab Steamboat ($55) . After facing rejection countless times due to the need to brave the heat eating at a hawker centre, I finally managed to grab a companion to join me at Wen Wen Pork Rib Prawn Noodle to try their Crab Steamboat on a rainy evening. According to the stall, it is best that this steamboat be had after 6pm as that’s when the stock has developed enough flavour after simmering for the entire day. He was right! Most prawn mee stock I’ve had is usually murky from all the pork being cooked. Instead, Wen Wen’s was a clear broth that packed mainly the sweet umami goodness of all the seafood. So for the price, we get pork ribs, pig’s tail, pig intestines, big prawns, clams, and the crab full of roe. With so much seafood simmering over a slow fire during the meal, the prize really is the taste of the soup towards the end of our meal. Do note that you are also allowed to bring your own ingredients to add to the steamboat and I would strongly recommend bring more vegetables as it’ll cost $5/bowl from the stall.
Jayson
1y
Wen Wen Hotpot ($55~$80) Wen Wen Big Prawn Mee is now back at the newly renovated Geylang Bahru Market & Food Centre! All I can is that soup is just as shiok, uncle Richard is just as friendly and the experience just as fun as before (sadly, no more lala). He even has his own add-ons now like veg and fresh pork shabu shabu so you don’t have to bring your own (though you still can).
Dex
1y
Large Steamboat ($80) Back to Wen Wen (in Geylang Bahru) ‧⁺◟( ᵒ̴̶̷̥́ ·̫ ᵒ̴̶̷̣̥̀ ) Love the seafood flavors and the super generous ingredients; it came loaded with crab, prawns, pork ribs, intestines (also you can order their prawn noodles FOC), and you can always bring your own ingredients to add! Also uncle is seriously the nicest hawker ever. Only downside is the hawker setting, but this is really worth the sweat.
mashed
1y
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Beautiful Cafe, Especially The Window Seats! I really really love the window seats overlooking the main road at Atlas! Might be better to visit on a weekday instead of a weekend as it’s super packed and squeezy - not my definition of a chill weekend brunch. I can envision sitting here for hours on a weekday morning or afternoon doing work on a laptop, reading a book, or just people watching with a cuppa. Recommendations: - Ice Tea Macchiato - Milky Way - Truffle Fries - Summer Chicken Stew - Butterscotch Banana Pancake
Melissa
2w
Butterscotch Banana Pancake ($18.50) Pancakes from Atlas’s brunch menu consisting of their signature fluffy pancake served with butterscotch bananas, maple-glazed cornflake crunch and honeycomb ice cream. The menu indicates a +20min wait time, which certainly does hold true, so do be prepared to wait if you order this! Fortunately for us, we ordered the pancakes together with the creamy mushrooms to share, and these came just a few minutes before we were done with the mushroom dish, so the timing was perfect. These pancakes are really awesome. I enjoyed this much more than the creamy mushrooms! Though the pancake is thick, it’s super crisp on the outside, yet warm, fluffy and pillowy soft on the inside. Love the butterscotch bananas with have a creamy, melt in your mouth texture. The honeycomb ice cream is also really nice - it’s sweet but it’s okay once eaten with the pancake. There’s also little globules of crunchy honeycombs studded in the scoop, which was really nice! The maple-glazed cornflakes were also a great addition to the dish as they’re sweet yet slightly savoury, and add a welcome crunch and change in flavour to the pancake and ice cream. The combination of varying tastes and mouthfeels make the Butterscotch Banana Pancake a winning dish, might be a little too sweet for a main, but it’s great for dessert and I would definitely order this again the next time I visit because it’s so good!!!!
Melissa
2w
Matcha Latte (Large, 9oz, $6.50) The hot and freshly brewed counterpart to Atlas’s cold brew Matcha Warrior. Matcha taste is not too bad, there is a slight bitter aftertaste. However, it was too milky and dilute for my overall liking. The chilled Matcha Warrior would be a better option than this even though it’s milky as it’s cold and refreshing for a hot day but my advice would be to skip this and order the iced tea macchiato or Milky Way.
Melissa
2w
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Tasty Dish! First time having this dish and type of noodle. I ordered the cream base version. I actually enjoyed it and didn’t feel it was too heavy. They were quite generous with ingredients and I even preferred it to the vongole. The winner for me was definitely the sauce and I probably would choose to have it again. Note that for the Burpple Beyond app, the choices are quite limited for the 1-1 mostly relating to pasta dishes.
Nicole
1d
Korean Noodles! Keu Ppong Cream ($17.90++) This is meant for the cheese lovers! It is extremely creamy and can get jelak after a few mouths. So it is good for sharing! Rating: 4/5 Cha Ppong ($15.80++) Beware of the heat! We ordered Spicy level 1 and it was already spicy. Not a choice for those that can’t take it. But a good broth with a taste of wok hei! Rating: 4/5 Tip: order these 2 and mix up the flavor! We actually took the noodles of the creamy Keu Ppong and mix it with the soup of Cha Ppong! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 The portion is huge so would encourage all to buy a few flavors and share. Hope to see the restaurant coming up with meat options in their Ppongs though! Instead of just seafood. Would recommend to try!
Diana
2w
Disappointing Pizza (set $54.90) The queue is long and sadly the food was not worth a wait.. the garlic pizza was SWEET?! And came with whipped cream on the side.... maybe some people will like it. But not me and my friends! We got the pizza as part of a set with two pastas and a drink. Not sure I’ll visit again!
Ka
2w
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