Recommended lists for Burpple Guides

Recommended lists of Burpple Guides in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Hawker Food Tastemakers Guide to Best Hawkers in Chinatown Our last Tastemakers Guide of the year sees our Burpple Tastemakers bringing their insatiable appetites to Chinatown, in search of the best hawker eats. And what a spread they've arrived at! From utterly satisfying curry chicken cutlet noodles made for cheat day breakfasts to the tenderest of soy sauce chicken and a ma la xiang guo stall that delivers flavours sans queues, this guide is packed with a treasure trove of foodie finds. Dress down, and go hungry!
Burpple Guides, Korean BBQ, BBQ Best Places for BBQ & Grills in Singapore 2017 Ahhh... barbecue. When it comes to meats, we can't think of a tastier way to enjoy them than grilled, smoky and sporting an appetising char, which led us to this week's guide on the best grills and barbies in Singapore. Quite naturally, there are one too many spots for Korean barbecue and Thai mookata (it's a very tough fight!), but we've also spiced things up with places for authentic Japanese yakiniku, including a stellar place in Boat Quay, and a rustic eatery in Foch Road for atmospheric Vietnamese barbecue. Ready, set, grill!
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: December 2017 In terms of new kids on the foodie block and trending hot spots, 2017 has been a year of plenty delicious memories. This week's Newly Opened guide is our last round-up of new foodie entrants for the year. From oozy Japanese omurice and smashing avocado toasts to a Korean-style monster burger and a stellar America-meets-Indian meathouse in Little India, we've got plenty of inspiration for you to round off your year with a bang. We hope you're extra hungry!
Burpple Guides, Steamboat Best Places for Steamboat in Singapore 2017 The recent spate of rainy days have got us in the mood for one thing — steamboat! As days cool and skies pour, we can hardly think of anything more fitting food-wise than to gather with our favourite people around a piping hot pot of goodness. From super shiok prawn broth hot pot to a steamboat buffet with freeflow xiao long baos, we've rounded up all our favourite spots for steamboat into this week's guide.

Top 10 Places for Burpple Guides

Top 10 places for Burpple Guides

Latest Reviews for Burpple Guides

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Burpple Guides

When my family comes to Maxwell, the fish soup is a sure order; but after an introduction to the above roast meat stall by the Hawker Spotlight event Burrple invited me to, things have changed. Torn between a plate of roast meat or fish soup, the perk of eating as a family allows an order of each to share. As my mum tasted the succulent and well roasted meat platter (叉烧,烧肉,烧鸭) for the first time, she favourably praised my (but actually Burrple’s) recommendation. While my family and I happily chowed down our lunch, I thought “its a joy to share the good stuff with my loved ones”.

P.S: another of my personal favourite here is the popiah stall that serves one of the better popiahs around at $1.30 per roll. On point skin and fillings- a excellent side dish to accompany your hawker spread.

But if you need to sit outside, please cover yourself from head to toe AND spray lotsa insect repellent coz the sandflies there are savage af.
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Can definitely ensure that strong wokhey flavour. Added an extra egg for the gram. So good, so worth it.

On the second floor of Hong Lim Hawker ( just 2 stalls away from ji ji wanton noodles) is this dessert stall that does really good Orh nee .

So creamy and full of real yam goodness without being too sweet or oily - this is really one place that I’d always come back to when I crave for a good bowl of Orh nee .

Given that the lady tending the stall is thai / Vietnamese - and that she could whip up such a good Teochew dessert puts many Chinese dessert stalls to shame :)

At 3.20, it isn’t exactly cheap but when you taste how pure the dessert is without any hideous purple colouring or fillers , I would say it is paying for good quality food :)

Chocolate Love Letter ($20.00) Love letter coated coated with generous layer of premium chocolate.
Tasting Hosted by @antoinette_sg and @brandcellar
Location: 30 Penhas Road, Singapore 208188
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Salted egg lava truffle enrobed in Valrhorna’s grand cru dark chocolate, these decadent morsels are nicely balance. Or be spoilt for choice as we had all the CNY goodies like Chocolate Love Letter ($20), Spiced Sweet Potato Chips ($15) and Homemade Rice Cracker ($10).

Address: 30 Penhas Road, Singapore 208188

Part of the $498 winter tasting menu.

Perfect winter dish. Earthy flavours from the vegetable jelly and a mild sweetness from the artichoke foam pair brilliantly with the black truffles. The truffles were of great quality and smelt and tasted very good.