An average bagel filled with Kimchi chicken, housemade gochujang aioli, and kimchi slaw. It wasn’t spicy and was mostly creamy due to the aioli. I felt the bagel itself was a bit stale unfortunately. But overall it an okay bagel that I would only get if using a 1-for-1 deal.

It appeared they charged me $1 more for takeaway, but the guy at the counter immediately crushed the receipt the moment it came out and threw it away, which I thought was a little bit sus. Anyway he looked new and a little nervous so I decided not to pursue it.
(Edit: The nice staff at Whiskdom messaged me to track my order - the additional $1 was for the drink to be iced. But I wasn’t informed of this and wasn’t provided a receipt to check - must’ve been some kind of miscommunication.)

I used the Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 Bagel + Drink deal, so it wasn’t too bad, if not everything would’ve been too expensive for its standards. I got the Eggsplode ($12.90) for the other bagel but honestly wouldn’t recommend it at all unless you want a plain egg mayo bagel. They did give a lot of egg though.

I went at about 6.30pm and most of their drinks were unavailable, which left me with only a few options. I was their only customer at that time and waiting time was about 20-30 minutes for my two bagels and drinks to be ready.

I guess overall the experience here wasn’t the best for me, but I’m willing to give it another chance and try their bakes, since there’s the Beyond 1-for-1 deal.