Top 10 Places for Newly Opened

Top 10 places for Newly Opened

Latest Reviews for Newly Opened

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Newly Opened

Pulled pork with the most amazing tomato sauce.. wiped the bowl clean alongside some sourdough bread! Too good.

Pair it with the in-house freshly baked sourdough bread! The owners truly care about serving you only the best quality ingredients that are good for you and taste great!

Cooked live in front of you , each piece of beef is so delicate and tender!
Each set comes with a sesame rice cake , miso soup , spa boiled eggs !
Best of all is the hidden slice of tofu in the donburi !
$35.20 after GST !

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Competent version that can challenge most restaurants.

It's obviously stored in a steamer and not fresh. Sauce is quite unique and roll is very thin, indicating some expertise.

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Find out more at
Three Buns Quayside
60 Robertson Quay
Singapore 238252
Nearest MRT: Chinatown (DT Line, NE Line), Fort Canning (DT Line)

Opening Hours:
Tue-Fri: 5pm - 12midnight
Sat-Sun: 11am - 12midnight
(Closed on Mon)

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Spanish baked eggs w roasted aubergines and peppers and a side of wood-fired oven-baked sourdough which was baked to perfection 馃憣馃徏 this is as of now my favourite baked eggs dish in SG 馃槏

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We checked out the Mummy鈥檚 Assam pasta with a fried fish in Assam sauce. Fish fillet was nicely cooked while pasta was quite al dente. However, the Assam sauce was kinda basic and lacked depth.
The Golden Egg pasta with salted egg sauce didn鈥檛 do it for us. We wished the taste was more punchy in the salted egg way but this was kinda flat in taste.
Definitely room for improvement but perhaps their classic pasta would be better.

The anal freak in you would completely forgive how lopsided the beef bulgogi slices are situated in that well fried golden yellow disc of a pancake. This was soft Korean pancake, with occasional traces of crisp ends, done well!
We also had a pork kimchi stew to share which was simmered with abundant amount of kimchi and cooked till soft pork belly chunks. As if the meal was not enjoyable enough, with these on burpplebeyond the meal at Baek Jung just gets better and better!


Tried the newly opened Ah Ter Fishball Noodle Bar near Boat Quay. If you find the name familiar, it鈥檚 the same as the famous noodle stall (which has won numerous accolades) at Amoy Street Food Centre. The air-conditioned casual dining eatery is helmed by Ah Ter鈥檚 son.
Presentation on point but I can鈥檛 say the same about the taste. I like my #bakchormee spicy and vinegary but the sweetness of the ketchup overpowered the sour and tart notes of the vinegar. Btw, I added additional 2 tablespoons of vinegar! It doesn鈥檛 help that the chilli is not spicy and that we waited 50 minutes for our food to arrive. The only saving grace is the bowl of robust minced pork and seafood soup; though not the best I have had.
I would say it鈥檚 a decent bowl of bak chor mee that doesn鈥檛 warrant a second visit. Fans of the Amoy stall might beg to differ but all I can say is 鈥渙ne man鈥檚 meat is another man鈥檚 poison.鈥
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