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Mixed Tendon With Soba Enjoyed my meal! The tempura was very crunchy and satisfying, with the ingredients still maintaining their juiciness. It wasn’t very heavy until the end. The soba was a good complement as it was light. Their portions are generous, and there was a wide variety of ingredients: enoki, long beans, sweet potato, seaweed, shiitake & chicken fillet. Would come back again!
aggs & xi
Note to self: next time get the tempura sauce with extra togarashi. Came back to try level 3 spiciness of the dish. I did not taste any spiciness anyway, so I guess this dish is not spicy at all, sadly:( What I love about the tempura is that it is not overly crispy and there are a worthy amount of the veggie and chicken there (as compared to those with a lot of batter and little actual food). The chicken is really well spiced too, but it may taste a bit too salty for those who do not like salty food. The soba was well-cooked and the broth is not overly umami nor fishy which I like. . In frame: • Soba with chicken tempura [$13.9 excluding GST and service charge, $16.35 after]
Not a wholesome experience indeed Udon broth is well balanced between the umami and clear taste which I like.. I don't like the too-heavy, fishy kind. The tempura is crunchy, but it didn't blend so well with the togarashi (this is level 2 spiciness btw). Generous portion as well. One note is that the waitstaff wasn't patient at all in explaining the dish and the spiciness level. She seemed to rush everything and got me to just choose level 2 right away saying level 3 is "wasabi spicy la just choose level 2" even when I originally told her I wanted level 3! What was her fascination with level 2 about? Alright maybe she had other tables to wait and the turnaround has to be quick but don't customers also deserve to know what I eat, no? Furthermore I was seated at the counter table which is not as popular as the main dining area and only one other seats out of five on the counters were filled hence seat turnaround may not be an issue here.
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Best For Breakfast Or Light Dinner Ordered Eggs Royale ($23) and Crispy Fish Fillet Tacos ($23). The eggs royale was served with smoked salmon and poached eggs on the top of muffin, dressed with the mayo. I really like the smoked salmon and didn't expect the combination of poached eggs and smoked salmon would be that great. (Strongly recommend) However, the crispy fish fillet tacos was special but the taste only so so. Believe me, it won't be your repeating order in next visit. Taste: 4.5/5 (Eggs royale) & 3/5 (Tacos) Service: 4/5 Environment: 3.5/5 Price: Kinda expensive even with Burpple 1-for-1 (Because it located in CBD area)
Joon Tian
Smoked Salmon And Hash ($23). 1-for-1 with #burpplebeyond! Perfect for smoked salmon lovers looking for an all-day breakfast. Worthwhile for the quantity of smoked salmon, served along with baby spinach, sour cream, poached egg, radish slices, Ikura and micro greens. Not forgetting what’s hidden underneath, a crispy homemade potato hash patty. You get a mix of carbs, greens, protein at half price with #burpplebeyond, doesn’t this sound like an awesome deal? The Coffee Academics is opened for takeaways during this Circuit Breaker period.
Miss Ha
Egg White Scramble With Chicken & Avocado ($23). 1-for-1 with #burpplebeyond! Feels like the healthy kind of food that you will want to have after a good workout session. Grilled chicken breast was a little dry, served with sliced avocado on sourdough toast. On the side, egg white scramble, sprinkled with some paprika seasoning, served along a side of spinach salad. Overall a bland tasting breakfast, especially without a creamy egg yolk. Slightly pricey but reasonable thanks to #burpplebeyond! The Coffee Academics is opened for takeaways during this circuit breaker period.
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Seafood Chicken Pot (50% off w Beyond) Seafood chicken pot w spicy fragrant gravy $28.80 ($14.40 after burpple beyond 50% off) Added golden mushrooms $3.20 Super yummy and worth it with burpple 50% deal. Got the Spicy Fragrant gravy in 中辣 and it had the right level of kick. Chicken was tender (has bones but that’s normal for dishes like this), prawns and squid were fresh. M size is good for 2-3 people (3 if you’re small eaters). Worth a try and I’ll definitely be coming back!
Fat bird #BurppleBeyond 1-1 House Special Chicken Pot $17.90 Numbing & Fiery Chicken Pot $17.90 Spicy Chicken Cubes $13.80 Hot Plate Prawns $14.80 Total: $71+ Utilised 2 vouchers for 5 pax. Ordered 2 Chicken Pots (Small) and 2 mains and about 5 add-ons into the 2 pots. We preferred the spicy chicken pot over the house special as its more fragrant and the spicies really gave our taste buds a strong kick! Portion of chicken in both pots were alright and we find the side dishes are on the pricier side, like one portion of instant noodles cost $3.90. For the mains, the Spicy Chicken Cubes, the ratio of the dried chillis flakes to the small chicken cubes was like 15:1, but chicken was well fried and flavourful. I like the sauce of the Hot Plate Prawns, and it looked really appetitizing with the colourful condiments. Overall, Beyond made it a fairly good deal especially when dining with friends since the price is on the higher side.
Delicious Alternative To Kaoyu Somewhat similar to kaoyu, where you can choose the gravy and other add ons. Highly recommend the Spicy and Fragrant chicken pot (it's not very spicy 😊)! Burrple 1 for 1, with additional add ons, is sufficient for a group of 4 pax.
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My First Impossible Once you get past the strong fermented scent, digging into the Impossible Burger at Stamford Brasserie was a pleasant surprise. Strangely does taste like real meat! Unfortunately, it didn’t wow me enough to justify the price that impossible meats are normally tagged with.
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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!
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:)!
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Omurice Combo Great $12.90++ omurice plus mentaiko combo. Large portions because I upsized for free, and it’s served with a choice of sides (coleslaw was delicious) and miso soup. The egg was fluffy soft and creamy, utterly delicious! The rice inside was Tomato-flavoured and stir fried fragrantly with onions. The mentaiko pasta was quite salty but one of the nicer mentaiko pastas I’ve ever had! The noodles were firm and the pasta complemented the rice well. It was nice but I don’t think I’d have a specific craving for this. Worth a try though!
Omurice with Free Upsize A place catered to carb lovers. After reading much raved reviews and how affordable this place is, I decided to give it a try. One can have omurice for only $9.90 with a free upsize option. For $12.90, you get a combo with mentaiko spaghetti. It comes with a choice of salads and miso soup too. Add-ons such as cheese sauce (made live at your table), pork rib, chicken wing and chicken Hamburg steak are available. Most of the popular add-ons were sold out at the time I went. The omelette was soft, creamy and fluffy. Unfortunately, it went downhill after. The tomato fried rice was nothing but carbs with paltry servings of diced chicken. The mentaiko pasta tasted ordinary and isn’t worth the extra serving of carbs. As for the signature cheese sauce, I’d prefer if they used less cheddar (they use two types of cheddar) and more mozzarella (or include an additional variety of cheese). It’s not worth the $2 top up. This is one of the many Keisuke concepts out there. Most of them are pretty good, but this was simply underwhelming and largely overrated.
Omurice Combi (S$12.90++) Beautiful fluffy eggs! Don’t you get irrational cravings for omurice? I do and so I braved the queue at Omurice Keisuke at Bugis+. Keisuke’s concepts pride themselves for being known as value-for-money without compromising the quality of food. It is evident here in this recently opened establishment. I had the omurice combo (S$12.90++) which comes with tomato rice wrapped with a blanket of fluffy egg, a Neapolitan or mentaiko spaghetti, a sauce of your choice (demi glace for me), and a salad/miso soup. Value! I can guarantee that you’d not just be satisfied but full as well after finishing this meal. A little warning though, the establishment is tiny! Probably fewer than 20 persons at a time so prepare to queue for 30 mins during peak hours.
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