Looking for Kid Friendly places?

Find a great place to eat based on millions of reviews by our user community

1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals

Members save an average of $20 per meal at places like these. Learn more here.

Get Inspired

Discover the best places to eat in these Burpple Guides curated by our editors

The perfect places for meal times with your little ones in tow — from beachside playgrounds to sa...
We hear you. Eating out with kids can be as tiring as it is enjoyable, but fret not, this guide p...

What the Community is Eating

The latest reviews from real people you can trust

Bacon 🥓, Leek & Onion Aglio Olio (S$18.90++)
Available at @marchesingapore in @sunteccity as part of Onion Special Menu (4 March - 21 April 2019).
Help yourself to fried garlic for extra kick.

Easter isn’t only about Easter Egg or Easter Bunny, but Chocolate!!

🍫: Chocolate Bar Fudge - part of S$30++ 3 course meal
📍: @vineyardhortpark @hortpark Singapore

Must order everytime I visit this restaurant. What makes this humble looking sandwich so great is actually the pita bread that they chose. The base of the bread remain crisp and chewy till the end of the meal, keeping the sandwich in shape instead of falling all over the place. Salmon slices were fresh too.

Also, this place offers free flow of their homemade bread. :D

Though we frequent Marche for their rosti, we tried a different set today (for a bigger group). Ordered whole pork knuckle ($48.90++) and two servings of seafood paella ($21.90++ each). Pork is a bit chewy and dry, but will satisfy your pork cravings. Paella is filling and generous with toppings.

Decided to head there for dinner with the family. Checked out the individual stations at this Swiss-style foodcourt a few times before joining the long queue for some Rosti with sour cream and sausage ($16.9) - a little overpriced don’t you think considering that’s its only grated potatoes, sour cream and sausage. Anyway, the potato pancake, freshly pan-fried till golden brown, was crispy on the outside yet soft on the inside - and the lightly seasoned Rosti went well with the juicy and salty pork sausage. It didn’t look much - but surprisingly, it was quite filling.
.
#sgfoodpic #sgfood #sgfoodies #foodsg #foodstagram #instafood_sg #instafoodsg #sgblog #sgfoodblog #foodstagramsg #foodsgram #eatoutsg #whati8today #food #burpple #sgmakan #singaporefood #singaporefoodie #シンガポール料理 #singaporefoodie #instafoodsg #rosti #sausage #ロスティ #ソーセージ #소시지 #dinner #맛있는 #スイス料理 #swissfood

food taste not good & not freah!Even there is a small piece of glass in salad from Fish&Chips!Can u believe that!!!never come back again!!!

This was the cake of the month but Marche should just put it on their permanent menu! Though it looked a bit small at first, but every layer was pretty nicely done so no complaints! Loved the upper half of smooth dense chocolate mousse coated with hazelnut crunch, with the bottom half of moist chocolate sponge with a layer of orange in the middle to jazz it up a little! 🤤🤤 Definitely one of their better cakes, and try their Marche apple pie if you haven’t cause that stuff with vanilla sauce is legit! 👍🏻👍🏻 Especially with eatigo 50% off, the worth-it level is sky high!

Marche never fails and neither does chocolate banana 😍😍 Loved the soft thin crepe encasing two whole bananas drizzled generously with chocolate sauce 🤤🤤 May not be worth at the original price, but with eatigo 50% off, it was a mad satisfying post-dinner dessert! Try their savory crepes and pizzas if you happen to be there for dinner 👍🏻👍🏻

This may look seemingly plain or ordinary but this Apple tart from marche is probably the best I have eaten.

The apples are well cooked without being too soft or sweet - just the nice crunch and the pastry base is crisp and buttery . The best part is that marche prides itself in using good butter for their pastries so what you get is a really awesome buttery flavour - not some imposter butter flavour along the lines of some pastries / petit croissants that I have come across elsewhere .

Ask for your Apple tart to be heated up ( in the oven PLEASE and not the microwave ) and ask for a side of vanilla sauce to drench over just before serving .

The result is dangerously good .

1 Like

Sigh 🥴

Galbi Jjim ($40++) meat smelled stale.
Pa Jeon ($14++) most tasteless pa jeon we've ever eaten.
Mul Naengmyun ($14++) too sour.

Sigh 😵

Love the beef bulgogi soup (not in pic) & kimchi pancake! Oh and they are very generous with their side dishes too 👍🏻 #Korean #Burpple #kimsfamilyrestaurant