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Fried with rich Indonesian black nut sambal, Frenz organic sunny-side up egg. Maggi goreng only available for takeaway/delivery. $26+ each.

1 Star (Michelin Guide Singapore)

Due to P2HA, dining out was obv not possible, but that doesn't mean you can't get Michelin-star quality food in the comforts on your own home!

Was blessed by a friend who delivered Burnt Ends to our home in celebration of my birthday!

Next, the Beef Marmalade. A must-order starter if you're dining in cause having it on the spot would definitely taste a whole lot different! It came deconstructed and I pieced it back based on my vague memory of having it that one other time. The marmalade is made of smoked beef brisket that's slow cooked with bacon & beef bone marrow. What you do is top the sourdough toast slices that comes with it with a portion of the marmalade, then top it with the house made pickles and aioli. What you get is a party in your mouth followed by fireworks beefy goodness and a slight tartness of the pickle to cut through all the fatty juices that comes with it. Even though it's a small bite, it ticks all the flavour boxes in this snack.

Due to P2HA, dining out is obv not possible, but no one said you can't have Michelin-star food in the comforts of your own home!

I was blessed by a friend who gifted me a meal from Burnt Ends! So here goes the multiple posts on it!

Next up, the Bone Marrow Bun. It does look a little unassuming at first, kinda like garlic bread from a certain pizza chain. But what's in it, is at least ten folds better than garlic bread. The spread is a mix of garlic and bone marrow slathered between their homemade brioche bun once again then oven-baked to ensure that all the juiciness has seeped into the buns. That first warm toasted bite screams umami & all I wanted was to be greedy and have it all to myself 🤫

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Due to P2HA, dining out is obv not possible, but no one said you can't have Michelin-star food in the comforts of your own home!

I was blessed by a friend who gifted me a meal from Burnt Ends! So here goes the multiple posts on it!

First off, the Sanger. This burger is no stranger to the scene because it's one of the burgers that made Burnt Ends popular since their beginning! This signature pulled pork sandwich has 12h slow cooked pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw & pickled jalapeños packed between homemade brioche buns topped with cheddar. What you get is a huge sloppy bite that's bursting with flavour, leaving you wanting to wolf down the entire thing by yourself (if your stomach allows it).

Nonetheless, truly blessed with the people around me for their well wishes and messages. Thanks to @where.is.karl for sending Braci’s PDO Altamura bread, Cima di Butinto Extra Virgin Olive Oil and the Torta della Nonna before the restaurant pauses all deliveries and takeaways.
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✨ Braci
📍 52 Boat Quay, Unit 05-01/06-01, Singapore 049841
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Burnt Ends Sanger ($21.40)
This signature pulled pork sandwich is made with 12h slow cooked pulled pork shoulder, chipotle aioli, coleslaw and pickled jalapenos.

Firstly, I'm really glad takeaway did not make the bun soggy at all. I definitely wouldn't mind even stronger butter fragrance for the bun. Appreciate the generous amount of pulled pork, and the decent portion size - pretty substantial I'd say. Although slightly dry at certain parts w/o the sauce, there's pretty much a decent balance of flavours with their Chipotle Aioli sauce, pulled pork, cabbage and onion.

This would suffice as a worth to try once burger, but I'd still want to dine-in and try their grilled meat.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

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They told us this was on the house (fortunately for us it really was). Kueh was not too bad, not too sweet.

Overall, I didn’t really have a good experience here due to the many hidden charges that were just served without our knowledge of their costs. I know that Chinese restaurants may do this, but there was just too many - crackers on the table, water served per person, and then for the rice which we asked only for 2 servings, and then they charged us for 3 (we were 3 people). When we asked them about it, they wouldn’t budge or make any negotiations.

Even after using the 1-for-1 Burpple Beyond deal, it was still really expensive. I wouldn’t come back here again. Food was okay but honestly not worth the extravagant prices for such small servings.

Caramelised flaky pastry rolled with Vegemite, topped with date jam and toasted macadamia - a take on Cloudstreet's signature petit four.

Smaller in size than expected - about the same size as the Wattleseed Chantilly Tart. I actually really like this. Strong, umami flavoured sticky pastry. Much better than the wattleseed chantilly tart.

Worth a try if you are also ordering their mains during phase 2 (heightened alert)

Cloudstreet’s rye tart filled with cascara infused caramel and Valrhona (70%) dark chocolate ganache, finished off with wattleseed chantilly.

Too much caramel for my liking and the runny caramel made the tart not as crisp. Tart base was just okay - slightly thick, not crisp and not buttery.

Not worth it and pricey for an average tasting tart.

There wasn’t much inside this dessert, and the coconut milk was quite watery. Not the best and I would recommend you not to have this.

I didn’t really have a good experience here due to the many hidden charges that were just served without our knowledge of their costs. I know that Chinese restaurants may do this, but there was just too many - crackers on the table, water served per person, and then for the rice which we asked only for 2 servings, and then they charged us for 3 (we were 3 people). When we asked them about it, they wouldn’t budge or make any negotiations.

I wouldn’t come back here again. Food was okay but honestly not worth the extravagant prices for such small servings.

A standard bowl of chendol, I wish there could be more ingredients though.

I didn’t really have a good experience here due to the many hidden charges that were just served without our knowledge of their costs. I know that Chinese restaurants may do this, but there was just too many - crackers on the table, water served per person, and then for the rice which we asked only for 2 servings, and then they charged us for 3 (we were 3 people). When we asked them about it, they wouldn’t budge or make any negotiations.

I wouldn’t come back here again. Food was okay but honestly not worth the extravagant prices for such small servings.

Sotong pieces were large and chewy, and the sambal sauce was slightly spicy and tasty. I definitely wouldn’t pay $20 for a small bowl but it’s more reasonable after Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1 deal.

I didn’t really have a good experience here due to the many hidden charges that were just served without our knowledge of their costs. I know that Chinese restaurants may do this, but there was just too many - crackers on the table, water served per person, and then for the rice which we asked only for 2 servings, and then they charged us for 3 (we were 3 people). When we asked them about it, they wouldn’t budge or make any negotiations.

Even after using the 1-for-1 Burpple Beyond deal, it was still really expensive after GST and all. I wouldn’t come back here again. Food was okay but honestly not worth the extravagant prices for such small servings.