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Had a lovely lunch here with tapas and cava! Trying cava for the first time and enjoyed the Iron Flute. Their pork belly is amazing too:) Service was great and the view even better!

A new food spot along Temple Street, which change between day and night. From morning serving coffee, tea and toast; then main dishes during daytime. But once the day turn dark, it transform into a bar.

First time here you will be greet with lots of vinyl at the shopfront. So it is very interesting cafe & bar at Chinatown.

Came during lunch time for their sabroso chicken chop. Featured pieces of juicy, tender and crunchy chicken chop, together with salad.

Unsurprisingly, the ๐—จ๐—ป๐—ฎ๐—ด๐—ถ ๐——๐—ผ๐—ป ($24) was unable to match up. The eel, gloriously glazed with teriyaki sauce and competently grilled, possessed a seductively sweet, smokey profile. Although Iโ€™m a big fan of scrambled eggs, the overly runny eggs that blanketed the rice were too wet. Here, the pickled carrots and ikura were unsuccessful in elevating the dish past the wetness. Still, this was a commendable dish.

Dining in a restaurant may be the only opportunity I get to shout โ€œObjection!โ€ to see someone elseโ€™s shocked expression โ€” not when the waiter asks you to pay, though โ€” but returning to @thetipsytavern.sg for Burpple Beyond deals is something Iโ€™d not object to.

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32 Maxwell Road
Unit 01-08 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

Maxwell Chambers is, in laymanโ€™s terms, a venue for dispute resolution. I wasnโ€™t there because I was a lawyer; I was there for The Tipsy Tavern. While it does offer beer on tap, cocktails and all manner of bottled alcohol, I came specifically for the 1-for-1 mains on Burpple Beyond.

The ๐—ช๐—ฎ๐—ด๐˜†๐˜‚ ๐—•๐—ฒ๐—ฒ๐—ณ ๐——๐—ผ๐—ป ($32) was a stunner. Beautifully-torched beef slices formed a ring around an onsen egg, and were sprinkled with spring onions. The beef, perfectly pink and justifiably juicy, was phenomenal. The pickled carrots added zest, the ikura were a joy to bite into, and the egg gave every component a creamy complexion. Outstanding!

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32 Maxwell Road
Unit 01-08 Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

Hidden along the fringe of the CBD, newly opened Overworked Gastro Bar is a venue for all occasions! Serving hearty western-asian fusion dishes, you can come down for their all-day brunch over the weekends or on your day off or enjoy their value for money set lunches at $15.90 during your lunch break or unwind after work with their all-day Happy Hour starting from only $9.80 per pint.

We enjoyed the Plaster Seafood Rosti ($15), which is, as its name suggests, inspired by the plaster prata! Hidden inside the well seasoned rosti are quality ingredients like Vannamei Prawns and Norwegian smoked Salmon, you know you are getting value for your money. The rosti was also executed nicely, crisp on the outside yet soft and moist within, one of the better rosti that I have had.

We also tried the Johnny Nutmetto ($22) which is their take on a cold pasta dish. Brimming with seafood such as prawns, clams and seabass slices and tossed in Chef Johnny's secret sauce, this was pretty interesting.

The Moo Ping ($10) is a good dish to order if you are there to unwind over some beers. Savoury yet sweet tender, marinated pork that is grilled to perfection, it really pairs well with a pint or two or... ten!

The Beer Battered Seabass & Gratin ($15), which is available as part of their set lunch at only $15.90, including a soup and a drink is pretty well done too. Even though the Kelong Seabass in craft beer batter and served with salad had been left in the cold for a while before we dug in, the batter remains crisp and does not feel overly oily.

And to round off the meal, my preferred choice of poison is the Jing A Worker's Pale Ale Draught ($10.80/pint)

Looking for fuss-free Japanese food? DingYang Bistro Bar is the place to be! Their most popular rice bowls include the Crispy Tofu Rice Bowl (comes in a $12 Set Meal) and the Chicken Katsu Rice bowl, both of which go splendidly with their sake and draught beer selection.

A4 Wagyu "Sukiyaki" ($28.00) white sukiyaki, shiitake mushroom, leek, scallion, egg yolk, perilla

Location: IKO, 65 Neil Rd, Singapore 088897

Chocolate lava cake with a gooey chocolate centre; the cake oozes a thick dark cholate lava when the cake is slit open. Paired with vanilla ice cream and crumbs, the latter adding a contrasting crunchy mouth feel from the soft and fluffy cake.

There's also three dollops of orange sauce, which has a spiced aftertaste that I can't identify. It surprisingly pairs well with the cake, especially midway if you find the chocolate may get too cloying.

Rating 7.2/10.

Had a really nice dinner experience drunken poet! The service was really prompt and the owner was very warm and welcoming, which she ensured that we were comfortable and had our needs met at every stage of the service. The ribs and shepherd's pie were amazing, with the ribs being really tender and juicy, while the pie being indescribably good. Would definitely be back!

Had a chance to go for the distillery tour and it was such an interesting experience learning about the roots of this distillery and how gin is made.

The tour comes with a welcome drink, that is mainly using calamansi juice and their very own dry gin. Absolutely loved the flavours coming from this cup, as it is tangy, refreshing and beautiful herbal taste of the gin makes this very pleasant.

The tour also comes with a tasting flight, with 3 of their gins. With the Singapore dry gin being herbally, butterfly pea being florally and the pahit pink being spicy and smoky, we loved butterfly pea the best. Paired with just tonic, it's extremely smooth and pleasant, with the floral flavours coming through strong.

With such beautiful vibes and service, I can really see myself coming back to have good gins and fun times with friends and loved ones. Will be back again!

Additionally, this place has a section for turntables and vinyls to cater to the music in you. As I was there in the day, I got the traditional kaya butter toast with soft boiled eggs and coffee set ($5.50). Thereโ€™s nothing to fault the soft boiled eggs as they are made to the right doneness and nanyang pulled coffee is aromatic with the right bitter notes. The kaya butter toast was outstanding as the bread has the QQ texture while the kaya jam was mildly sweet, complemented by the thick slab of butter.
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โœจ Shun Cheng Traditional Coffee & Bar
๐Ÿ“ 30 Temple Street, Unit 01-01, Singapore 058575
๐Ÿด [Self-Funded]