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A good way to sample a little of everything that Burger & Lobster have to offer (especially their namesake), the Original Combo which features two Burgers, a Lobster, chips, house salad and dessert at $110 can be topped up to have a burger replaced to their signature Lobster Roll for $15. Plump and juicy, the chunks of chilled lobster stuffed within the fluffy toasted brioche was an easy favourite. Tossed in slightly tart Japanese mayonnaise and sprinkled on with tiny bits of chives, the meat was still able to retain its wonderful flavours and the natural sweetness.

Next up, having our lobster done 2 ways, both steamed and grilled, the Original Lobster was one for the fans of the crustacean. To enjoy the fresh tasting goodness, the steamed version is the way to go in my opinion as the firm flesh didn’t require any other condiments. As for the latter, the char from the grilling does add a heady smokiness that may appeal to those who seeks an extra omph. The rich and thick golden butter sauce served alongside can also be used to amp up the dish.

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Loving the classic The Mayfair that we had opted for when we ordered the Original Combo, I was really impressed as I was under the impression that their focus was on lobster dishes. How wrong was I! Succulent and perfectly seasoned, the sturdy stack was able to nail the all-important protein - a beautiful medium rare 170g Nebraskan beef patty with the right balance of moisture and flavour. Sandwiched between soft sesame-topped buns were also crisp bacon, melted cheese, onions, savoury secret sauce, sliced tomatoes and house-made pickles. The pickles were crunchy, sourish, and with a hint of spice which helped cut the heaviness of the hunky burger.

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Though there is nothing new about incorporating Asian flavours into the humble Italian dish, DePizza’s range of fusion pizzas are pretty creative such as their Japanese-inspired Takoyaki Pizza ($26) and a unique take on a Singaporean favourite, Mala Madness ($24). The former being a hit at the table with its savoury mayo-takoyaki sauce base and generous spread of bonito flakes on their signature thin-crusted dough. The surprise chunks of octopus, squid and bacon hidden underneath the katsuobushi also blended well with thesweetness of the tonkatsu sauce. However, if you are all for the classics, the All About Them Proteins Pizza ($25) and Really Cheesy Pizza ($20) were well-received and delivered in flavour. And till the end of July, celebrate DePizza’s first anniversary with an extra #burpplebeyond deal. The 5th deal is 1-for-1 pizza AND drink, so get it while you can!

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With Stickies Bar’s numerous promotions and known Beer O’Clock deal starting at 2pm, there are few places that can compete with their offer whereby any pint of draught beer and glass of housepour liquor are priced by the time. Thus, a great place to chill with friends over a couple of drinks, settle down with a basket of their signature Popcorn Chicken ($13) topped with pepper and spice. The ideal bar bite for sharing; they were served hot with the right amount of crunch, nicely seasoned and not overly oily. Also, the batter wasn’t too thick and good enough that we found ourselves scrabbling after the pieces of shrapnel that were left at the end. What's more, a tip would be to order their Truffle Fries with Truffle Mayo ($12) which is on their recently refreshed menu and dunk the crispy morsels into the rich truffle loaded mayonnaise. The fries too, were addictive and fried to golden-brown perfection.

Thank you @stickiesbar and @burpple for the Eatup invite!

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At $38 each, a portion goes in support of ieatishootipost’s World Vision Myanmar school building initiative as a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.

I dare say serving one of the best pizzas in town, their wood fired baked crust was quite remarkable - nice crunch on the outside, crispness along the leopard spotted edge with a light chewy bite in the middle. Prepared a la minute and plated hot off the oven, the dough was certainly praiseworthy. Loaded with quality ingredients, this special edition pizza had all that and more. Strewn with a good amount of thinly sliced Jamon Iberico over a bed of tomatoes, roasted garlic, mozzarella and rocket leaves; the centerpiece was the ball of fresh burrata cheese.

Savoury, sweet and tangy, the combination of flavours was spot on. I just love the burst of cool creaminess from the soft cheese when paired with the cuts of salty jamon. The balance of texture, taste and even the contrasting temperature was very appealing to me. So before I knew it, I had finished 4 slices with lashes of garlic-infused olive oil they had offered we try.

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As stated on the menu, Tai Cheong’s Scrambled Eggs with Toast, Cheese and Chicken Chop ($9.50) is essentially a hunky portion of fried chicken chop perched above a pool of creamy mushroom sauce, stacked with a slice of thick airy toast, omelette and a blanket of melted cheese. A combination that can’t really go wrong, the chicken was the star element for me. Juicy and crunchy, the bonny piece of meat was not at all greasy and made the meal so much more substantial. The eggs were a tad underseasoned in my opinion but otherwise a great lunch option or something to share over teatime.

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A deceivingly simple platter of Fried Chicken Wings ($10), Dee Tongue Thai by Rung Mama’s version was more than decent. Fried to golden perfection, the batter was surprisingly light and remained crisp throughout the meal. The meat within was also immensely tasty and succulent. So good! Not forgetting the small pile of chunky crinkle cut fries which similarly was well-executed. Both studded with sesame seeds, the resulting flavour, fragrance and extra bit of crunch in every bite was the icing on the cake.

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Glazed with their house-made barbeque sauce, The Stamford Brasserie’s BBQ Pork Ribs ($25) were pretty well-executed. More sweet than sourish, the sauce wasn’t overly cloying. As for the meat, it fell off the bone without much effort and wasn’t too lean or fatty. Cushioned on leafy salad greens, the ribs were also served with chunky baked potatoes wedges - making it a nicely balanced and substantial lunch option. And all that made even better with Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1 deal!

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Built for comfort-food seekers, Wolf Burgers’ Umami Bomb ($11.90) is just the thing to try on your next cheat day. Coated in a secret umami sauce, the signature Wolf patty - freshly grounded beef patty is made even better with the savoury-sweet combination. With a slight resemblance to our familiar mushroom swiss, the unassuming burger was certainly an upgrade - more juicy and perfectly sandwiched between two soft buns and beautiful melty cheese.

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At $4.90 for 3 pieces, their deceptively simple fried chicken wings were quite a steal and a must-order there. Marinated and deep-fried with their secret blend, it does resemble prawn paste wings in terms of texture and slightly in taste without the accustomed and sometimes pungent shrimpy fragrance. Hence, upon clarification, we were pleasantly surprised to find that their batter does not include prawn paste. A satisfying bar bite, it was overall well-balanced with its delicately crisp exterior and tender flesh hidden underneath.

Thanks burpple for the invite and geaks by sekfan for the warm hospitality!

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Next best thing to or if not better than any Christmas turkey in my opinion, is Arnolds Fried Chicken’s Spring Chicken Meal! Having the 1/2 Spring Chicken Meal ($8.30) all to myself, Christmas weight gain is indeed a real thing but there is just no resisting the crispy well-marinated skin and tender flavourful meat~

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Can't believe recess week ended in the blink of an eye?! Well not missing school... I hope Hans Im GlĂĽck's Scharfrichter can get me through the rest of the possibly stress-filled week.

Mushrooms, hearty beef patty, rocket leaves layered with 3-pepper sauce, stuffed between multigrain buns and a side of crisp SĂĽsskartoffel Fritten (sweet potato fries).

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