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Burpple Guides, Bars, Japanese, Late Night, Dinner with Drinks, Good For Groups Best Izakayas in Singapore Burpple's guide to eight standout izakayas that hit the spot for wind-down Japanese dinner and drinks, every time.
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The awesomely-named Lo & Behold Group has the next trendy dining destination. Here, Chef-Owner Keirin Buck serves innovative, creative modern cuisine in a setting that is part fine-dining, part casual - a fusion fine-casual if you will.
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Is this the best beef sandwich in Singapore? Possibly.
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It features large, crisp outside soft inside, buttery brioche bread. Sandwiched between; mounds of thinly sliced, 3-day brine cured, succulent savoury salty fatty beef tongue slices.
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Beautifully contrasted by creamy cool tangy sour gribiche, a French mayonnaise-style cold egg sauce, made with eggs, mustard, canola oil, chopped pickled cucumbers, capers, parsley, and tarragon.
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Among the few staple dishes on the menu, this signature modern sandwich is generous in portion, decadent, and completely delicious. Will return for this.
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$6++
for char siew wanton with spinach noodles
with add on roasted pork

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Choice of egg, spinach or tomato noodles.
The fried wantons are packed with meat and fillings, totally got feelings when eating it. Hahaha! Char siew and roasted pork also charred till quite nice and noodles were QQ. Love the springiness and the flavour of the spinach noodles.

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Also in bite size, piping hot when served to us. Chocolate filling not thick yet full of flavour. It is full of liquor aroma after biting into the sesame ball. Though the skin is a tad too thick but the filling is nicely done to make up for it.

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Bite size cheese tart which is one of their signature dessert. They only have 3 rounds of serving for every session. The molten cheese filling is on the sweet side and be prepared that it will flow out if you bite into half. Not too sweet and you will definitely crave for more!

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I think the general reaction on the table is “OMG so cute!” when is served to ours. Is a snail shaped pastry. Fried outer layer which has this mochi-liked texture. Inside is stuffed with escargot and cheese. But this is really too cute to put into the mouth though.

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This is because I am having the most expensive chicken in the world - poulet de Bresse. Accordingly to an article in CNN Travel, the chicken can cost up to $40 Euro per kilogram which is around $63 Singapore dollar per kilogram. That is an expensive chicken.
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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/11/bacchanalia-by-vianney-massot-hong-kong.html
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Bacchanalia By Vianney Massot
39 Hong Kong Street
Singapore 059678
Tel: +65 69096360
Nearest MRT: Clarke Quay (NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Tue-Sat: 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 945pm
(closed on Sun-Mon)

They pride themselves in their home made recipes which are pretty unique and tastes good - Things like their gyu ponzu, Maguro yukke, and squid in squid ink tempura (ika kuro-age)! I also loved their Oden, and how flavourful the Daikon and the soup was :) the a4 wagyu beef stick is as good as the ones I had in Japan too!! Must order! The owners are passionate about their izakaya, and don't hesitate to ask them for recommendations

#burpple #tsoigood #japanesefood #sgig #foodie #instafood #singapore #shukuu

Loved that the izakaya food is filling and the drinks are affordable! Sapporo draft beer for $5.50 for 330ml. My fav top dishes would be the aburi shimesaba $14, maguro yukke $13 and the wagyu beef skewer $9.50! Reservations are highly recommended as it was 75-90% full when I was there for dinner on a Monday night! #burpple

-For my Main, i went with gyūdon and the taste of the gyūdon was quite nice and it was also filling. Definitely a value for $$.
-For our sides, we choose tofu and it tasted quite good to us.
-As for our drinks, we were recommended by the staff to go with sake. Since we do not know how to choose the sake, we went with the staff recommendation and i can say that his recommendation was not a bad choice.
-Will definitely come back here again with my friends.

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Round up the gang for live music, booze and hearty Western fare! Order the Peri Peri Chicken ($26) to share — fried chicken wings and drumlets that come with a special house-made chilli sauce. For mains, the heartily portioned Linguine Marinara ($20) should fill you up nicely.
Photo by Burppler Jacqueline Tay

If you're heading out for drinks with friends in Clarke Quay, fill up at this diner beforehand! Served crispy and piping hot, the Hooters Wings (from $14.90 for 10 pieces) are a must-order here — choose the Samurai sauce, which Burppler x lilypad approves of. Go for the juicy Hooters Burger ($10) if you're looking for something more substantial.
Photo by Burppler x lilypad

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This is Head Chef Bertram’s take on our local prawn noodles. The fettuccine is cooked a tad softer than al dente but seems to go well with the seafood reduction sauce that’s quite umami. In terms of seafood, you can expect to find little neck clams, baby squid and crab meat.
I noticed that quite a few of the other customers seated around us had ordered this pasta for lunch. Looks like seafood pasta will always be an automatic choice for many.

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