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an underwhelming experience I had visited TSB once before and quite enjoyed my meal then, so this was disappointing in comparison. We shared the TSB burger ($26++) which was highly rated but we found the “wagyu” patty dry, crumbly and cold. We actually enjoyed the brioche pepper bun more. Our other item was the roasted baby chicken ($22++), which fared better. While not flavourful, the chicken was at least moist and tender. We enjoyed the grilled brussel sprouts and garlic mashed potato - these gave flavour that the chicken was otherwise lacking. Service left much to be desired as it was difficult to get hold of the servers for simple things like water and the bill. Hoping that TSB will perform better on the next visit!
R
3d
Impossible Burger I am a Yellowcarnivore because I generally love my meat and lack an affinity with most vegetables (opps). Having said that, I have been curious to try The Impossible Burger for the longest time ever because of the amazing reviews online. I finally tried The Impossible Burger ($23) at The Stamford Brasserie and I can only say that the reviews are true: how can a plant-based patty tastes so much like a legit medium-seared beef patty😱! The patty is juicy and flavourful - a little on the salty side but not that I mind given my salty tooth. I guess the unsalted chips at the side balanced it out:P The delicious patty goes well with melted cheese, pickles, tomato and Brioche Pepper bun - didn’t expect it to be this good:)!
Gladys
3w
BBQ Kurobuta Pulled Pork Sandwich ($18) Pulled pork sandwiches and burgers are my kind of thing and the Stamford Brasserie does this dish so well!! Will definitely be my goto places if I’m craving pulled pork sandwiches! The sandwich is stuffed with pulled pork and is so juicy and nicely seasoned with BBQ sauce. Yum! This dish is now served with potato chips - no longer potato wedges!
Szechuan
6w
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Southern meal We came here for our Mother’s Day Lunch and it was an enjoyable experience. We were seated in the quieter corner of the restaurant that is dressed as a shed. It was kind of warm as the air conditioning wasn’t working there. The service staff were very prompt, helpful and attentive. The burgers were really delicious and juicy. They really did take the southern path down in all their dishes and it’s shows in their presentation as well. It is worth the price point that you are paying and you’ll leave the restaurant extremely full! My recommendations are: The impossible burger and the fried chicken with braised watermelon.
Beverly
1w
Overrated and Highly Disappointing We ordered the fried chicken, Mac & Cheese brussel sprouts and a warm peach cobbler for dessert. The fried chicken was highly disappointing. Notwithstanding its high price point, there was little flavor to the dish, and parts of the chicken were dry and tasteless. The Mac & cheese was similarly insipid, and tasted of grocery store-bought quality. The brussel sprouts, while delightfully charred, was overly salted, as if trying to make up for its lackluster companions above. While we still (against all odds) had high hopes for the peach cobbler, it turned out to be a piece of puff pastry enveloping a lump of canned peaches. As it was my friend’s birthday and I ordered the peach cobbler as a surprise to be served after dinner, we were both shocked that the dessert came while we were 3/4 into our dinner. With our mains still on the table, they placed the dessert precariously at the side of the table, and our dessert plates had to be placed on the chairs beside us. This was appalling.. and definitely a ‘surprise’.
Jocelyn Ng
2w
Chicken N Watermelon N Waffles ($40). Crispy fried chicken served in a chicken “coop”, paired with waffles, drenched in bourbon laced maple syrup and spiced watermelon. An unusual combo, but the watermelon is very refreshing and a great palate cleanser. Love the outdoor bar ambience that extends out of Marina Bay.
Eugene
10w
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Can you smell that mala in the air Instantly made us decide to have it for dinner while walking along Liang Seah St. We had the dry pot chicken ($16) and they allowed us to switch the chicken to vegetarian sides for the same price. Kudos to that :-)
Cherie
1w
Grilled Fish Steamboat Buffet Used the Burpple beyond deal and spent approx $100 for four pax. Additional $10 for one extra soup base. Quite a wide variety of ingredients on the buffet menu to add into the steamboat. Worth it!
Jelene
2w
Lunch Buffet [$29.90++ + $10++] on Friday They should make it more transparent on the price cause I went into the shop thinking all I need to pay is that $29.90++ but who knows I have to top up $10++ for the soup base (aka the pot)... And it's something you MUST pay for, (isn't it FISHY) if not how I steamboat lol. There is only one fish per pot (which they will cut it into two to put into 2 different soup base). The free flow ingredients is not worth $29.90 at all. And the soup base took pretty long to start boiling. Half the time we were trying to wait for the food to be cooked. The sliced pork they gave are mostly fats. However I must say they are very generous with the portion. Like when we wrote there 1 x Potatoes, the amount of potatoes they gave are good enough to serve up to 4 pax. Free flow of ice cream too! Would highly recommend to order the mala soup base for more shiok feel (level 2 is good enough!). The rest are kinda salty after a while 😂 Good place to dine at as a group but then again i think there're many other steamboat restaurants out there that are much more worth of the price.
Elyssa
3w
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Omurice Set with Demiglace Sauce (add. Chicken Teriyaki Hamburg) [$12.90] ▪️ You can expect to wait for about 30 mins on a weekday evening ▪️ It was nice of them to offer free flow of tea whilst we were waiting in the queue for our seats ▪️ The omurice set was of pretty good value ($9.90), even with the addition the teriyaki hamburg ($3) ▪️ My friend thought the fried rice could have used a little more flavour, but I felt differently ▪️ I thought its neutral taste was the perfect counterbalance to the to the umami-packed demiglace sauce and the chicken hamburg ▪️ My friend mentioned that the egg could have been silkier, while I thought it was not overly contrasting from the texturally softer ones in the dish ▪️ The addition of spicy chili flakes and dried parsley will make all the difference here ▪️ The highlight of the dish here was (un)surprisingly the chicken teriyaki hamburg. I noticed it was flavourful at every way through the patty I remember having an awful breakfast and lunch beforehand, so it’s safe to say that this was the saving grace! I’m already having thoughts to go back if the opportunity ever presents itself. 😍 (7.7/10)
Zul
2w
Combo Omurice With Demi Glace Sauce With Mentaiko Spaghetti And Omurice With Creamy White Sauce They have free flow beansprout for you while waiting. Also complimentary salad and soup which is quite nice. The spaghetti was nice The Omurice itself is meh The demiglace sauce is quite nice The white sauce is not bad Overall 3/5 But for the queue is not worthed
Kevin
5w
Omurice Combo $12.90 Yummy runny eggs blanketing tomato-flavoured rice. A fan of this just cos im a big fan of eggs. While the mentaiko pasta may seem like a nugatory side just there to fill the plate, it was actually pretty decent with a nice al dente bite and gentle mentaiko flavours. With the combo you get a choice side salad as well (p.s. potato salad was the best).
Sarah
12w
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