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200 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058749

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07:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

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Enjoy 1-for-1 Deals

at Grids & Circles
Main Dish
SAVE ~$15
Main Dish
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Main Dish
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Main Dish
SAVE ~$15


From the Burpple community

A very different take on the typical Oyako Don as rice has been replaced by muffins in this dish. I thought the scrambled eggs and chicken were very well made and it would be perfect if the muffin were not as dry.

This super clean Japanese inspired lunch was originally priced at $16, but made value-for-money with the Burpple 1 for 1. It made for my first ochazuke experience! :)

A mountain of Kinmemai rice was crowned with a hunk of sous vide crispy salmon, cherry tomato and nori. Artfully surrounding it was puffed rice and whitebait sprinkled with bits of shiso. It was served with a jug of bacon genmaicha broth to pour over the rice.

The crispy salmon was really good. Cooked to a perfect pink in the center, it flaked with a fork effortlessly. I would have liked the broth to have a stronger tea aroma to provide more taste to the rice. However I did like the saltiness of the whitebait and the crunch the puffed rice provided. It tasted clean, balanced and well thought out. I really enjoy meals that showcase unadulterated taste of food, so this meal really ticked all the boxes for me.

The cafe screamed aesthetic with its whitewashed storefront and interior. It also has freeflow water and wifi on all levels. A lovely place in the heart of Chinatown to study and just take a chill pill over good food and tea.


This one was the surprise for Sunday afternoon despite the odd combination of ingredients which include apple slices, ham and tamago. I thought the apple would stick out like a sore thumb but it somehow added a zesty taste to the sandwich. The tango deserves a honourable mention as usual; I can officially say Grids and Circle has the best tamago in my opinion. This place is definitely my number one choice for a slow and pleasant weekend.