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Went to Chimichanga for dinner 2 days ago and ordered their Pico De Gallo Quesadillas and their Loaded Nachos Chicken for 2 pax!😇

Overall ratings 7/10! Portion size for the nachos were generous, Quesadilla is good too but service is pretty bad...☹️

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Went to Mischief at the end of Jan and tried their Classic Burger ($23), BBQ Spiced Chicken ($26), and Truffle Mushroom Linguine ($26)!😇

Food was a little pricey but portions were huge!! Good for sharing😁 Burger wasn't great tho... Overall ratings 8/10! Would head back for drinks and try out other food menu items🤤

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I’m back at Pasta & Co. once again for the fifth or sixth time! I’m glad to say standards are still well maintained at the establishment, though I must say my usual Lamb Merguez was a tad bit too spicy this round.

My friends had the Ragu, Mentaiko, and the Pasta alla Vodka. Alcohol taste in the pasta wasn’t too visible and was probably the favourite of the night.

Total spent $62.80 for 4 pax’s full-portion (after Burpple Beyond); doesn’t break the bank. I’m happy that the establishment is doing well. Michelle (lady boss) always serves with a nice smile; service is still fantastic. Would always recommend someone to try this place.

Ordered the Old Fashioned ($24), Onion Ring ($12) and the Cakeshake ($22). The Old Fashioned is still as good as I had especially the beef patty. The fries and thick and nice too. Their onion ring is a first to me and I like the big onion display and the onion inside. However I was expecting more flavour in the batter. The Cakeshake was offered to use with Strawberry shake in it as we wanted the New Yorker but it was sold out. Their crazy shake is really crazy and wild which is the highlight of the restaurant.

Overall, great food.

The food looks nice in pictures but tasted bad. Food took forever to come, we waited 40 mins for a chirashi bowl and a beef don. Rice was plain white rice and mushy and largely unseasoned. Ingredients were ok but for the price tag this place is extremely underwhelming. Highly not recommended even with burpple

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Set in the old building of 📍 Fortune Centre (Bugis area), you can enjoy handmade pastas at @pastaandco -- choose between interesting choices such as squid ink tagliatelle and roasted capsicum with paprika spaghetti with your sauce base. For me, there were hits and misses but I don't think I'll return.

🌠 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond ! 🌠 But take note that the 1 for 1 is only for the small sizes so you'll have to pay the difference in price (~$5) for each dish if you want to get the full size. I do recommend you do this because even the full size wasn't that hefty.

This pasta was the star of the show! I doubt I'll ever be properly satisfied by a solely cream or tomato based pasta ever again after tasting this. To be honest, the vodka doesn't taste like much but the piquant tomato, savoury bacon, and cream formed a perfect combination of flavours. The dish comes with "bird's eye chilli" as well but the spiciness wasn't too bad.


This was a fair attempt at the Italian classic, but came across a bit dilute and too peppery. Oh well. At least the fusili lunghi was fun to chew on!


Crispy but a bit too chewy inside. Worth a try but it's nothing special.


Ragu [$25.90]: squid ink pasta was cooked al dente and beef cubes were juicy and amount was generous✨✨🫶🏻 There were many other ingredients as well such as button mushrooms and fried garlic which was vv crispy !!!

@youngmasterales doing a collab beer with @smithstreettaps is definitely one of the most unexpected collabs of all time, right up there with Eminem & Dido, and Paul Mccartney, Kanye, Rihanna. And just like the two aforementioned music collabs, this beer collab produced something wonderful.⠀

The Smith Street Anniversary Beer is an imperial stout that clocks in at 10.5% ABV. It seems to be a trend with Young Master Brewery that their imperial stouts tend to have a thin body. Sure, it’s more suited for guzzling in the harsh climate of Southeast Asia, but the body of the beer isn’t nearly as robust as the flavours & scents. Speaking of which, the usual aromas of roasted coffee, molasses & just a little bit of vanilla were present. What made this beer really special, however, was the extra notes of oak & bourbon.⠀

Yes indeed, this stout was aged in Rebel Yell bourbon barrels, and it definitely shows. The oak flavours were quite prominent in the background, and the unmistakable malty sweetness of bourbon meshed well with the roasted coffee notes. Truly a beer worthy commemorate an era of tapping up great pints. ⠀

I remember when I first started paying (alarmingly) regular visits to Smith Street Taps and then drunkenly staggering home after last call, and long may it continue for many more years to come.

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Peanut Ice Cream Roll - $6.90
This dessert reminds me of the peanut ice cream roll I had at 九份. Sweet vanilla ice cream wrapped in popiah skin, with generous layer of peanut in between. The peanut is sweet and fragrant, giving the distinct flavour to this dessert. Go give it a try

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