👉French Onion & Mushroom Beef Burger👈 Juicy Beef Patty, Caramelised French Onions, Sautéed Mushrooms & Brioche Buns 。 Hidden away at an unassuming HDB coffeeshop in Tampines, @dsocialoutcast is a hidden halal food gem that was recently awarded ⭐️⭐️⭐️ by @foodkingnoc (just a few hours ago😂). Specialising in charcoal-grilled burgers🍔 that are smoked using hickory wood, you know you’re in for something special at probably a fraction of the usual price. Swipe 👈 left to the end for their menu. Guess what? They serve Crispy Chicken Skin too that’s perfect for sharing! 。 Comes with a handful of potato chips (Calbee BBQ?) that’s drizzled with mentaiko mayo sauce (I think so?), the burger was no doubt well-executed by the chef. Each element of this burger came together to create a harmony of flavours. But if I had to find something to nitpick about, it would be that the beef patty was well-done instead of maybe medium-rare? 。 P.S. Will try their Australian F1 Wagyu Beef Burger next time 👍 Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Restaurant Quality Burgers at Coffee Shop Prices The classic French Onion and Mushroom Burger (+ $1 for cheese), which comes topped with caramelised mushrooms and onions cooked in the Kopa oven. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/the-social-outcast/
Social Outcast Burgers & Sides Teriyaki Ungai ($15.90) consisted of two slices of Ungai and Alfalfa Sprouts. It's worth it to try it for first time. Ifelt that like the Teriyaki Sauce just nice to complement with  Ungai but I didn't like the Alfalfa Sprouts because of vegetable taste. I never heard of Ungai put inside the burger. It's hidden deep inside of Tampines HDB Block. So just use maps to search for them. It's deep fried for the chicken skin ($3.90) but mixed with the spices. I felt that chicken skin is crunchy but dry aftertaste. I didn't like to eat chicken skin but it's really quite good 👍👍👍. Thank you for serving it out even though KFC didn't want to bring it to seasonal menu :")
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Truffle Fries Would be better if there is more truffle taste to it.
My First Halal English Breakfast Experience 💕 Side note: I never knew how difficult it was to locate a Halal-certified cafe till I had to find one. Visited Penny University with a Muslim friend and woohoo it was a great experience!! I got the full English breakfast which consisted scrambled eggs (which were dry and kinda meh), turkey bacon, chicken sausage, baked beans, sautéed mushrooms, hash brown, mixed salad and 2 sliced of toasted bread. The portion was extremely generous. I struggles to finish the dish, though it was pretty good, esp. the sausage. I also really liked the iced latte they served, which completed the meal IMO. It was strong enough but smooth and not overwhelming 🤘 Taste: 7/10 Ambience: 7/10 (very cosy space that fits only around 20-30 pax? Nicely decorated with interesting pieces of “antiques” at every corner) Wifi/phone reception: 3/10 (the cafe provides free wifi to patrons, but there’s barely signal - constantly hovering between nil to one bar in strength. Nothing much changes even when you toggle to your own 3g/4g data. I’m guessing reception’s just generally bad in the cafe. Perhaps a good reminder to all of us that we should focus on our loved ones and the meal before us instead of our phones 😂)
Waffles & Whole Day Breakfast Ordered the chicken and waffle and breakfast platter. The chicken was fried to perfection and the maple syrup complemented the saltiness of the chicken. Waffles was fluffy too!
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Dum Chicken Biryani ($15.50) Presented like a treasure chest, the briyani was served in a cavernous deep dish and sealed with a thin layer of baked prata. Buried inside was a large chicken thigh, a hard-boiled egg and filled with colourful basmati rice. The chicken was a tad dry but the basmati rice was fluffy, flavourful and fragrant as the spices sifted through the long grains. A good companion with all the curry and masala dishes. 👍
Zaffron Tandoori Platter ($42.40) This rustic-furnished establishment serves up authentic contemporary North Indian cuisine and is crowned the BIB GOURMAND by the Michelin Guide Singapore. Ideal for group sharing, the specially curated sampler platter of meat kebabs came with Malai Kebab, Chicken Tikka, Mutton Seekh Kebab, Murg Pudina and Fish Tikka. The spices marinate seeped well into the chunky charred pieces, making them tasty, juicy and aromatic. The mutton kebab didn't even taste gamey. A definite choice for all first-timers, especially if you love your meat!
Methi Malai Matar (SGD $14.50) @ Zaffron Kitchen. . A fragrant, flavourful dish. As named, it features methi / fenugreek leaves, malai / heavy cream, and matar / green peas. . In a rich, smooth, thick yet mild curry of ginger, garlic, salt, cashew nut paste, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon stick, white onions, powdered cumin, bay leaves, garam masala, ghee / clarified butter, and pepper. . Has a bold vegetal earthy nutty flavour, with hints of bitter sweet notes. Completely delicious, and pairs well with white rice. . . . Zaffron Kitchen More details in profile & blog
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