Never goes wrong. Lotsa prawns and a surprising ingredient: water chestnut, for the extra crunch! ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹

Back to Sin Huat for the first time in years with fellow foodies @danielfooddiary @pinkypiggu @soonnverysoon @aiwei76 . Totally worth the wait.

Stock was really fragrant and prawns were atas. But I've never been a mee tai mak fan so it's hard to convert me.

One of the highly recommended pastas is the Tagiolini al Granchio ($34). Fresh ribbon pasta cooked slightly short of al dente was tossed in a generous amount of fresh spanner crab and sweet cherry tomatoes. The white wine based sauce, classically paired with chilli and garlic, leading it to be as tasty and aromatic as youโ€™d imagine it to be.
Portions were slightly on the smaller side for 34 dollars but quality over quantity right?

A charming spot on Kandahar Street, this beautifully outfitted shophouse restaurant is the place to go to for Neopolitan-style pizzas. Made with imported Italian flour, topped with homemade tomato sauce and loaded with fresh ingredients, the pizzas are baked in a wood-fired oven that is suspended from a ceiling (!). Neopolitan-style pizzas sport a characteristic leopard-like spotted crust and are incredibly flavourful. Order the Bismark ($25), a Burpple community favourite that comes topped with fior de latte cheese, ham, mushrooms, parmesan and a runny egg. Take Burppler Cassandra Chow's cue to swirl the egg yolk with the creamy cheese for "a luxurious, creamy, fragrant, amazing mess". The Magherita ($18) and salami-topped Diavola ($23) are also winners in our books. For dessert, consider the 72% Venezuela cocoa cake, flecked with pink sea salt and topped with vanilla gelato.
Avg Price: $40 per person
Photo by Burppler Cassandra Chow

A classy place with really good cocktails, fantastic ambience and very good quality food. Most importantly, the service is TOP notch.

I had their steak and it is really done properly to my liking. Succulent and juicy. But it is a little pricey.
2 drinks and 2 mains can easily cost you $160. But is definitely a place to impress your date.

We stuck with the $17.80 buffet for weekdays (+$5.10 premium promo) and were impressed by the air-conditioned comfortable environment (2nd stall further down) coupled with pretty superb service attitudes. Marinated meats were tender and flavourful and I especially loved the fish meat stuffed with crab roe!
Ps come here preferably during mon-tues weekday night


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If, like Burpple Tastemaker Peter Wong, you're wondering if this Muslim-owned prawn noodle stall at Toa Payoh West Market and Food Centre can turn out a flavour-packed stock sans pork bones, the answer is a resounding yes. If Peter's guess is right, the stock gets its depth and complexity from a large amount of prawn shells, garlic and shallots. The result? A broth that's fresh and sweet, and the perfect base for the soupy Prawn Noodles ($3.50). If you're a fan of crustaceans, consider getting the Prawn Noodles with Clams ($6.50). Hardworking Burppler Doreen Tan counted 18 juicy clams in total โ€” how generous! Pro tip: Note that they are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Doreen Tan

Back in this pretty place. Pasta was a little past al dente but that didn't stop us from enjoying the dish. Generous with the crab meat and a more than decent seafood sauce. Light but satisfying. Yum.

Coated in 3 different types of cheese (gruyere, mimolette, pecorino ), macaroni is lavishly topped with smokey bacon bits, sous vide egg and dusting of yuzu kosho for a unique tart-spicy zing. #MediaTasting #FindNewFood