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The baby lamb rack was cooked to perfection! It was soft and juicy, and the mint sauce balanced it out nicely.

The honey glazed pork ribs were also tender and well seasoned. We both enjoyed our meal very much, with Bella being very attentive to our needs.

It was really a good deal on Burpple, to get it at half price.
Will 101% recommend!

With so many options to choose from, one will be spoilt for choice at this indoor alfresco dining destination. Several of the new stalls include GoPizza (@gopizza.sg), a Korean fusion pizzeria with unique combinations such as Bacon Potato Pizza and Korean Bulgogi Pizza and the popular 456 Mian Fen Guo (@456mianfenguo) from Bedok has opened their second outlet right here at Timbre+ Eastside. The dry version of the handmade and pulled mee hoon kway is just so good that we polished the entire bowl clean.

For authentic Indonesian cuisine, there is D’Penyetz (@dpenyetz_timbreplusexpo) to satisfy your savoury cravings with ayam penyet and ikan bakar before ending the meal with D’Cendol, a sweet and refreshing cendol dessert with kacang merah or durian. A fiery spicy option that will leave you sweating buckets will be Sedap Mala (@sedapmala2021) which specializes in the spicy numbing mala soup. The stall is in the midst of getting the halal certification and all of the ingredients right now are made without pork or lard. There is an opening promotion of $2.77/100g for all ingredients and you can choose to have them cooked in the signature mala (dry/soup), tangy tomato (soup) or fragrant garlic stir-fry.

Besides being a food park haven for foodies and alike, Timbre+ Eastside is also actively advocating sustainability and green movements such as having a Book Corner whereby it is a book swop space for diners to pick a book or two to read or donate their books for others.
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✨ Timbre+ Eastside
📍 1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150
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Did a takeaway brunch for a gathering. The portion is big for the platter... the pancakes are soft and fluffy! And the best thing is they are open quite early before 11am for my early gathering.

Beef don and butter lemon salmon are not too bad to taste as one-one Burpple deal ! Quite a cosy and chill place for a nice afternoon.

Finally back at Food Barn at One North for their sandwiches and it's as good as ever! I had their beef BLT sandwich ($12 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) and there was a substantial amount of meat, together with really fresh vegetables within. I really enjoyed the chips as well as they were pretty moreish! The coleslaw hidden behind is refreshing as well. Recommended if you are around the area for lunch!

Ever since that Korean burger chain abruptly upped and left the building, there hasn’t been a dedicated Korean burger joint in Singapore. Fret not good folks, for @bbbunsfordays is here to fill that void. Sure they’ve got the universal cheeseburger & chicken burger, but what you’re really here for are those burgers spiced up with Korean flair.⠀

Their BB-Bul-Go-Gi burger is the logical conclusion of marrying a cheeseburger to Korean culinary heritage. When it comes to Korea and beef, bulgogi was the inevitable outcome. This big bad bulgogi burger is loaded down with a double portion of meat, because of course I ordered an extra helping of bulgogi beef. Go big or go home, people.⠀

The American beef flank shavings were marinated in bulgogi, which imbued the beef with all of its sweet & salty sapidity. The ballad of beef gets to tango with thinly sliced white onions on the grill until it all gets captivatingly charred during the hot & heavy mating. Then, the awaiting brioche buns that Bbburgers are so proud of (rightfully so) are slathered with some mayo, dressed modestly with a leaf of lettuce, and used to barely contain the avalanche of divine bovine.⠀

Unfortunately, you can have too much of a good thing. The brilliant bulgogi beef got overbearingly sweet & salty in equal proportion, and the caramelised onions offered no respite from the onslaught of flavour. I found myself wishing for something sharp and/or spicy to stem the tide, like some kimchi in the burger instead of lettuce or even pickled radish. This burger is delicious, for sure, but it will run amok if it’s left unchecked.⠀

Aside from that minor improvement that could and should be made, this BB-Bul-Go-Gi burger is a certified 🅱️adass 🅱️ig 🅱️oi 🅱️urger.

Delicious Rosti w/ Egg & Sausage ($9.90)
Thought this looked promising, but we were pretty shocked to find the potato to be undercooked. It was literally crunchy (not crispy) - similar to biting into raw or semi-raw potatoes. Was left confused, and I'm really not sure if it was just their bad day I chanced upon? :')

There'll always be a long queue during the weekends especially if you come slightly later - because this American-style retro Diner serves up breakfast/ brunch food just a few minutes walk from Serangoon MRT.

All Star Plate ($12.90)
Scrambled eggs, sausage, baked beans, cherry tomatoes, hashbrown, wild mushrooms, bacon
(+$2 for pancakes)
I was honestly looking forward to the pancakes, but these were kinda dry, and they sprinkled cinnamon on top of the pancakes here. Not a taste I'm used to, ngl I'd rather have McDonald's :'). I did enjoy the sausage, and although it was slightly hard, the flavour was there. Best component of the entire dish is honestly just their "hashbrowns".

butter bun, natural grass-fed beef, signature chimichurri, smoked scamorza cheese, pickled jalapeño, onion & tomato salsa, local arugula

Went there for early dinner yet a queue was forming at 5.45pm. Our second time back here so we know the portions were huge. We shared 4 mains amongst 5 pax. The truffle mushroom pizza, fish & chips, burger were all yummy. The curly fries were generous too! Total price without drinks using 1-1 was $56.50. As we were rushing for a concert at Scape, we didn’t have time to do a review. You can get a free Takeaway Coffee if you present your review to the cashier. Reasonable price for decent food in the middle of Orchard Road.

Located in the CC. Green tea latte is not bad.
I would think gyudon is recommended. Curry chicken is okay. Teriyaki chicken is not that nice. Abit pricey without burpple. But no crowd