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Tanjong Pagar

Tanjong Pagar

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I was transported to heaven upon my first spoonful of this decadent Varhola Manjari 64% Supreme goodness! The alcoholic content here was on point! โœŒ๏ธ
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Definitely try this along with the black sesame cake!
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Take decadent, fudgy chocolate brownies to the next level with a flakes of sea salt and dark chocolate chunks added into the mix. Though a subtle sweet-salt contrast, Lucia Cakes' Salted Dark Chocolate Brownie was such a treat. Thick, chocolatey and gooey goodness at $35 per box (25 pieces). Whatโ€™s more, a quick microwave and throw in a scoop of vanilla ice cream to double the indulgence.

Replacing defunct Ramyun & Soju at Orchid Hotel, this Japanese curry house from Hiroshima is worth checking out if you're in Tanjong Pagar. The space is rather cramped, so go solo or bring just a friend or two. They offer customised toppings and spice, like many other curry houses out there, but what really sets them apart is the inclusion of paitan soup. Diners are encouraged to add the light broth to any leftover rice and curry, turning it into a porridge-like consistency that is quite comforting. The Deep Fried Chicken Curry ($15.70) is a classic, and one that has Burppler Jianwei Low coming back from his weekly fix. For something different, try the Garlic Pork Belly Curry ($15.70). Sliced thinly, the pork was less garlicky that Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua expected, but he still enjoyed it for its juiciness. Pro tip: The bowl may look large but don't be deceived, says Xing Wei. The portion is actually good for one.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua

Set in International Plaza, this new kid on the CBD circuit is the place to go for hearty rice bowls and coconut soft serve. Of the two rice bowl options available, the Burpple community highly recommends the Sh-nack Don ($8.90). Expect umami beef slices, a runny onsen tamago and crispy Cajun-spiced fish skin served atop a bed of warm Japanese rice โ€” great for lunch! Wash that down with their Coconut Shake ($4.90) made with a blend of Thai coconut water and bits of coconut flesh, or treat yourself to the dairy and nut-free Coconut Soft Serve ($4.90), drizzled with gula Melaka sauce and powdered gula Melaka. It's refreshing and light enough, and makes for an icy finish to a tasty meal.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Vanessa Kou

MOJO Chirashi ($23++)
So bountiful & practically overflowing?? YAAASS. I pinched some of this from my friend; would like to have my own bowl the next time. ๐Ÿ˜‡

๐Ÿ’ณ Accepts credit cards
๐ŸŒฌ Air-conditioned seats available
๐Ÿ’ป Accepts reservations - I used Chope
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Chanced upon this zi char place as I saw a queue outside the store and decide to give this a try. I am sold! Generous portions and good quality food. Yums.

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Each bowl comes with several massive prawns that have been conveniently halved and slippery white beehoon all drowned in that umami rich broth. Serving size was also very generous. Highly recommended!

Never ever miss out on this! The salted egg pork ribs was never a disappointment for me. Hence; for those who are allergic to seafood, you can consider this as your mains!

I like how the outer layer is light and crispy while the yam on the inside is slightly gooey. Even though itโ€™s fried, it wasnโ€™t greasy at all!

You canโ€™t miss out on having Mellbenโ€™s crab done in its signature way โ€” claypot thick bee hoon! The broth is wonderfully thick, rich and creamy and beaming with sweetness from the crab. Having been to the Ang Mo Kio outlet recently, I found the soup there way too peppery but Iโ€™m glad that the Tanjong Pagar outlet is upholding the usual Mellben standards! Additional soup and bee hoon can be added at an extra cost.