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Interior of the place is cute, warm and cozy. The food portions were quite small, but the taste is unique. For the price paid, would say it’s interesting to try once! Used the Burple 6 course set meal.
To note that although it says it’s 6 course set meal, 4 of them are sharing plates...

The cafe is tucked in a quiet corner of serangoon/kovan, with really nice ambience and highly aesthetics interior. The braised beef cheeks were slow cooked till they were really soft and flavourful, with sautéed mushrooms and bacon. My friend ordered the grilled pork chop and the pork was well marinated, paired with sautéed apples which gave a refreshing bite. Please give the beef cheeks a try (alot of people ordered this, so it’s proof that it’s really good!)

For $8++, this was a wonderful serving of garlic bread. Very crispy on the outside, and soft on the inside! It was coated with a generous layer of butter and small pieces of garlic. However, it would have been better if the garlic paste were more evenly spread, as the two pieces on top were less tasty than the rest. Great as a starter and definitely helps to fill your tummy at Vineyard!

The main item would be the barramundi that is farmed from a kelong here!! Fish was fresh and tender and most importantly, it had no bones! 😂 The sauce had slightly sour notes, which helped make the dish more appetizing! However, the piece of fish might be a little small for big eaters and you may want to get a starter to go along with it.

Lunch set: mains

𝐑𝐞𝐝 𝐦𝐮𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐭 - Air-flown from France, this was well-executed fish with its crisp skin from the searing on high heat and tender soft meat from the oven baking. While seemingly blasphemous to stuff a crustacean into a molluscs, their unique take on a prawn dumpling with the mussel being replaced as the ‘dumpling’ skin truly impressed us in its powerful seafood flavour. The accompanying purée and sweet daikon braised in seafood broth also played up the natural mullet flavours.

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𝐁𝐛𝐪 𝐠𝐚𝐥𝐛𝐢 - Modern rendition of korean bbq with the beef first slow-roasted for 48 hours and finished on the grill. This resulted in tender beef retaining its fragrant juices with a good but uneven sear. While it lacked in char, this was made up for in the smokiness of the Fiddleheads Fern. We fell in love with the spring seasonal Morel Mushroom that was robust in earthiness and stuffed with sweet-savory gang-doenjang (soybean sweet potato stew). This was served with gobo rice and a side of refreshing greens. The burdock root claypot rice made for a tasty yet light accompaniment with its naturally sweet and earthy flavours.

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Snacks: prawn
Fresh prawn seasoned with wasabi mayo atop buttery kombu brioche, topped with chives and tarragon. Texture-wise, this was a perfect medley of soft prawn, juicy popping bites from the ebiko, and fluffy yet crisply toasted brioche. This was my personal favourite after the chawanmushi but if nitpicking, did find that the wasabi element could have been a tad stronger.

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We only ordered the braised lamb shank ($28++) because our first pick had gone out of stock, but this was a surprisingly wonderful find! The meat is tender and falls off the bone easily; seasoned well and not at all gamey. It is accompanied by mash and roasted vegetables, ladled over with a tangy tomato sauce. The crispy broccoli and cauliflower florets were exceedingly good!

Given their identical price points, I’d recommend the braised beef cheeks over the short rib pasta ($25++). I found the sauce too one dimensional and gelatinous. The pieces of meat were either fatty or a tad tough to chew. The beef cheeks features more textures and flavours!

Atas place for a variety of crepes, drinks and different kinds of cheese. I guess high end food isn’t really to my taste buds, but I liked the sweet crepes and salad best

Beurre (pronounced ‘burr’), an innovative French-Sin fusion gourmet.

Had the Burpple 1-for-1 4-course sets + freshly shucked oysters, truffle Escargot and signature Stuffed Black Chicken to share.

All the dishes were awesome! 58* Pork Belly, signature Stuffed Black Chicken, Chef’s Special Oyster, and freshly shucked oysters (from Hokkaido!!) were outstanding!

Lots of restros have mala inspired dishes, most were good attempts but have much room to improve. Beurre executed the 58* Pork Belly perfectly, balancing the spice, fragrance and pork belly really well. The mala/spicy roasted quinoa on top adds a crispy dimension to the dish, so flavors, aroma, texture and visual are all on point.

Signature Stuffed Black Chicken is a must have! I’ve only had black chicken in herbal soups, this is the first time I ate a roasted version of it. With truffle, foie gras and glutinous rice stuffed into it, again another innovative and marvelously executed dish.

Our Burpple 4 course set included
• Chef’s Special Oyster
• Scallop Grenobloise
• 58* Pork Belly
• Basque Cheesecake

Special callout to Samantha - kudos for the warm and attentive service 👍🏼

They have a few vegetarian options here, including some of the pizzas.

Margherita Pizza made with tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil. Perfect side for sharing. $20++