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cheep chopped If you can only order one thing from here, make it the Salted Egg Chicken Chop ($9). Juicy, charred chicken is slathered in a salted egg sauce the consistency of thick curry gravy – zi char taken up a couple notches? The sauce does look different from what we’re used to, a promising mustard yellow flecked with spices, curry leaves, and who knows what else. As I took bite after bite, I waited for a little tingle of the tummy, or any slight discomfort, but there was none. Didn’t feel like trash afterwards, as I usually do after consuming a rich salted egg dish. Joy in the absence of jelak! This is served with garlic rice that wasn’t garlicky enough, and cucumber achar. If carbs = calamity is an equation you go by, this may just change your mind. You have the gravy to blame.
Christabel
20w
If there is 1 non-seafood salted egg dish I’d eat over and over again, THIS IS IT - the salted egg chicken chop rice by Meatsmith Western BBQ at Gluttons Bay. Unlike the feeble attempts by certain large fast food corporations to hop onto the salted egg bandwagon, this salted egg sauce will be the first thing to wow you - the taste of salted egg is prominent, forward and shiok (for the lack of a better adjective of the same effect) and the sauce is almost like a thick salted egg curry minus the curry. That goes on a nice caramelized chicken thigh, served with garlic fried rice, crispy shallots and some home made pickles for some acidity. This is a great plate of food for dinner/supper. I will most definitely have this over and over again. #burpple #meatsmithsg #burntendssg
Jonathan
29w
Duck hearts - special of the day at Meatsmith Western BBQ, Makansutra Gluttons Bay. A combination of the Burnt Ends signature (tender, smokey and rich) with a touch of Asia (topped with onions and spring onions sautéed in Szechuan chilli oil), I dare say I have never seen anything like that in a hawker center or and atas hawker center before. And it is mighty tasty I must add! A MUST TRY. #burpple #meatsmithwesternbbq_sg
Jonathan
29w
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Very Tasty Soups Loved the pumpkin based soup and the mala one was a little too spicy. With the teddy added it was super oily. Would probably avoid if I ever go again. Ingredients were fresh and overall affordable with chope discount vouchers. Would rather go HDL if I had to pay in full.
Sean
4w
💃🏻Undress for Teddy Bear Mala x Milk Tea Boba Hotpot! Celebrating its first anniversary here in Singapore, @SpiceWorldSG has officially introduced 8 menu items and this fun dessert hotpot as part of their permanent menu! Launched just two months ago as a trial, the boba hotpot is well-received by customers and you can now enjoy the fun anytime! The bubbly, chocolatey, choice of Assam or Matcha Milk Tea Hotpot is enjoyed with sweet and savoury toppings such as taro, purple sweet potatoes, pumpkin, yam, coconut and fruit jellies, mala bakwa and tender milk beef. . • Ying-Yang Mala and Boba Hotpot Combo ($39.90) • Bullish Day ($36.90) - platter of different cuts of sliced beef, tripe and tongue • Traditional Handmade Beef Balls ($15.90) • Tender Milk Beef ($15.90) • The Mermaid ($18.90) – fresh red tilapia slices wrapped around a doll • US Scallops ($19.90) – marinated in 16 herbs & spices Australian Hairy Abalone ($12.90 per piece) . * Swipe for more photos.
Blanche
15w
It has been so long since I can have the best of both world!! . @spiceworld_sg located at the heart of @clarkequaysg they actually launched a Matcha/Milk Bubble Tea Hotpot [NEW] together with their Mala Beef Oil Hotpot!! Omg😱😱 It was both my favourite😍 . (P. S I called myself the Boba Tea Sommelier 🤭) . Both the sweet and savoury actually pair it nicely with my Pretty Meatie Barbie Doll!! So do try out when you are near there. Be sure to order their Sweet & Savoury Hotpot with the Barbie doll! They won't let you down🤗🤗 . Buon Appetito
Cliffton
17w
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Healthy lunch Healthy popiah and delicious soup for a satisfying lunch. My usual go to whenever I am craving for a lighter lunch.
Pei Rong
1w
Signature Souper Combo This is the third combination of popiah and soup I've tried from Souperstar. This is the 'Chef's Special' Caesar Chicken Popiah with the Souper Shroomy soup and it cost $10.30. The Caesar Chicken Popiah is stuffed with romaine lettuce, red onion, parmesan croutons, black olives, roasted chicken and hardboiled egg. It came with a Caesar dressing which I eliminated as I already had selected a cream based soup (I spooned the soup into the popiah with every bite so it would kind of taste like a dressing). It tasted...exactly like one would expect it to taste. A Caesar salad in a roll. Which I have no complaints about, because Caesar is one of my favorite type of salad. They had packed a generous amount of chicken and egg in the roll though, which I appreciated. Always a fan of their popiah skin too with its soft yet resilient texture. The mushroom soup was way too watery. I like my mushroom soup thick and kinda chunky. And it didnt have much of a mushroom taste at all. A pretty average, but not mindblowing meal. 6.5/10
Chew
3w
Signature Souper Combo One of my favorite lunch places for a balanced, filling meal. This was the Sunny Carrot soup with the Wasabi Mayo Popiah wrap and genmaicha for the drink, costing $10.60 in total. The soup was a bright (almost artificial) orangey-yellow and looked very appetizing with chunks of carrot and crispy crackers floating on top. The sweetness of the carrot shone through and it was rich without being overly jelak. I like my soups a bit thicker (almost like a puree) so this was a tad too watery for me, but still quite a satisfying mouthfeel :) I preferred the sesame chicken popiah but still glad I tried this seafood wrap. Loaded with vegetables and a light drizzle of wasabi mayo, it also came with slices of steamed prawn, fish and tempura bits. I really liked the crunch of the tempura bits and veggies contrasted with the soft, starchy popiah skin which held together all the ingredients beautifully. And the wasabi mayo gave it that spicy kick to elevate an otherwise tasteless roll. Pro tip: for extra oomph and flavor, drizzle a spoonful of soup into the popiah with every bite!! The soup will drip into the vegetables and coat them without getting the popiah skin soggy :) 8/10
Chew
4w
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Soyo Japanese The Soyo Japanese is a Japanese inspired Hotdog Bun and fared better in my opinion, with spicy mayo, soy glaze, sweet onions and nori blanketing the Kurobuta Pork Sausage which was a lot more juicy and flavourful than its spiced chicken sausage counterpart. Pretty pricey for a bun, but made more affordable with Burpple 1 - 1!⁣
Alicia
8w
Torched Cheese Got the Torched Cheese Hotdog Bun, in which I could choose between Kurobuta pork sausage or spiced chicken sausage, I opt for the latter since im not a fan of pork. Topped with shiitake mushrooms, soy glaze and drizzled in triple cheese, the chicken sausage is tender and sandwiched between buns that are buttered and toasted to a slight crisp. It could get a bit dry after a couple of mouthful and I personally felt that this was not worth the price tag. Because of Burpple 1 - 1, I got the combo set and chose the Fresh Parsley Garlic Fries to go with it but it turned out to be a disappointment as there was barely any hint of garlic, and tasted just like any other normal fries out there.⁣
Alicia
7w
Hafu Chili Fries (4/5 ⭐) Hafu chilli fries ($5) The fries is good but not special, it's not that crispy but more to the soft side. The sauce is a hit like bolognaise + mayo and cheese, it's good but as expected the sauce only on top so when the top layer is gone we only have the normal fries. Great food and great service! The waitress are so nice and patient with us. Overall the food is great but the sauce might not to everyone's taste. Get 20% discount while registering for Burpple Beyond for many 1-for-1 deals by using this code: WIND616
Windy
13w
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