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Featuring Garçons (Essen at The Pinnacle), Grain Traders (100AM), Xin Hao Ramen, Tian Wai Tian Fishhead Steamboat (Serangoon), NOW Noodles +, RK Eating House, Japan Foods Garden, LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar (Bugis Junction), Yentafo Kruengsonge (Cathay Cineleisure Orchard), Leong Yeow Famous Waterloo St. Hainanese Chicken Rice
Jayson Yeo
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Signature Wanton Fu Noodles Dry ($4.80)
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Mealtimes can’t get more economical than @wantonfusg with #burpplebeyond . For $4.80, we get 2 bowls of noodles that doesn’t stinge on noodles quantity or ingredients. Crispy pork lard is freeflow and the signature chilli sauce definitely packed a kick so go easy for people with low tolerance. The side of ngou hiang was fried fresh upon order but that felt steep beside the wanton noodles and tasted only average.

Salmon Sashimi
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Birthday cake never tasted so heavenly before. @sumobarhappy when celebrating birthday within a week of the actual date and 4 or more diners order a main each, we get this complimentary platter of salmon sashimi slices equivalent to our age (up to a max of 60). This bowl of salmon wasn’t [email protected] credit though but I was lucky enough to have pioneer gen in the group so we got the full 60!!! Salmon slices were definitely fresh and yummy and as thick as usual sashimi!

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Chef J’s Te Kar Bee Hoon ($12.80)
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Totally missing this plate of pig’s trotters bee hoon in my hood @enjoyeatinghouse tucked in a corner of Kam Leng Hotel. The hotel and the restaurant both pack a rustic 80s vibe evident from all the decor and display pieces. The slick beehoon coated heavily with all that braised porky sauce was so damn tasty that sharing this plate was just wrong.

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Asahi Battered Fish & Chips (~$18)
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Visited @levelup @eatplaylovesg and had an awesome time! Food and drinks reasonably priced. I particularly loved the Fish & Chips as the batter was so light and ultra crispy while the fish was really soft and moist, just the way F&C should be. Don’t forget to collect a token for every drink ordered as the signature of this place is its retro arcade machines.

DIY Pasta (~$17)
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Quite a fun experience building my own pasta @pastasupremosg . I added all my loves to my pasta. Garlic confit prawns, mushroom mix, sous vide egg. Tried the blue pea curly pasta with sichuan peppers, chilli, garlic and duck fat sauce. The overall flavour was tasty and but I would have preferred the pasta slightly more al dente with a more spicy sichuan punch.

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Jiji Wanton Mee ($4.80)
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One of my favourite wanton mee stalls that I patronize on an almost weekly basis at hong lim has finally opened a 2nd outlet in their very own space with aircon! Still the same great taste at the same price though I suspect portions may have shrunk a teenie bit. They have also expanded their menu to include some fried items. We gave the chicken wings a shot. Nothing out of the ordinary and very likely from off-the-shelf frozen packet. I felt that they didn’t maximize available space as much of it was wasted on bulky furniture and one long table just for self-service condiments and utensils.

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Tiong Bahru Yong Tau Fu ($5)
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Lived here during my childhood but never really knew there was such an established stall in this area. They have renovated and looks more modern now but the price still really decent, $5 for 10 pieces. I loved the ingredients but I did find the soup rather salty. Vegetables were $1 addon.

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Whole Abolone Seafood Soup ($15)
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I doubt most people would go for this option @ahterfishballnoodlebar and we had to if we wanted tp use #burpplebeyond . So for $22.30, we got 2 giant bowls of this amazing seafood soup, 2 bowls of noodles, 2 iced lemon teas and 2 sides (we picked chicken wings & fishcake). This deal couldn’t be anymore worth it! Each bowl of soup had 2 of almost everything, fishballs, pork balls, liver, fish wonton, prawns, whole abalones! We especially loved the flavour of the soup. It reminded me a bit of the soupy bcm at 85 market as it was full of minced pork pieces.

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Braised Pork Noodles Set ($16)
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Back @dumpling.darlings to try the other flavours of noodles served after my first experience with the szechuan style. The braised pork noodles is chock full of ingredients as usual but my favourite is still the szechuan as the braised pork version felt a little dry and one-d. The fried dumplings is still the favourite and at $18.80(final bill) for 2 sets after using #burpplebeyond , one really can’t complain!

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Kuay Jub ($5)
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Always a must when i’m visiting bkk, kuay jub is essentially the thai cousin of kuay chup. My favourite part of this dish is the rolled kuey and @deetonguethai ’s version is cheap and decent, just about as close to eating in Thailand as can be. I do wish the pork belly could be more crackling though.

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Number One to Five Burgers ($14 ea)
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@25DegreesinSingapore is a popular American casual burger and drinks joint that opened up 2 branches in SEA, one of them in Singapore. Everything on the menu is designed to be an ease to order hence the burgers are simply numbered. Number One to Four are your staple all time favourites while No 5 is on constant rotation (swipe right for the 5 burgers appearing in chronological order). The popular pick for the night went to Number One for its true-to-burger smokiness. The patty was done just nice while the bacon and gorgonzola sought to secure its spot as the hot favourite. I personally enjoyed Number Two quite a bit with much of the burger’s juiciness coming from the roasted tomatoes, burrata, pesto. The Number 5 definitely pulled its weight as it was probably the thickest burger with crispy onion rings loaded to seduce diners to order it. Do note that Number 5 is only available till end of this month before they come up with the next creation.
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Overall, the ambience here was a thumbs up with its very casual and chic semi-alfresco setting while still enjoying the air-conditioning. A perfect place to wind down the week at.

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Oden Mori ($15)
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Relatively new oden joint Yama-ya serves up tasty oden selection that won’t burn a hole in the pocket. Prices of the sticks start from $2. For the indecisive, try the oden mori so you get to sample a variety of items they have to offer. My personal favourite had to be the beef brisket as it was so tender it melts in the mouth. From the people at Nobu-ya, it is no wonder our orders for the evening were so prompt and satisfying.

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